No you do not. They are as far as I know stand alone products. B__But I would
sure go to the web and get sp6. Fixes a lot of bugs and some things sp2 
does not
do right. If sp6 gives you fits drop back to sp5. Means you will have to go 
and get
that also. Have fun. I mean work hard.

At 12:13 PM 3/22/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello, all:
>
>I have purchased the upgrade to Protel 99SE.  It has been sitting in the box
>for about 3 months now, waiting for my new computer hardware to arrive.  The
>old computer (circa 1996 Dell) can't run 99SE.  Not enough RAM (64MB, can't
>add more).
>
>I decided to go with a dual P-III PC133 (screw Rambus and their lawyers)
>system, instead of the Athlon DDR I was considering.  The reasons:
>1)  I have been told that dual CPU systems are "smoother" than single CPU
>systems.
>2)  I have heard of compatibility problems between DDR memory modules and
>systems.  Until they get the kinks worked out of DDR, I don't want to
>experiment.  After all, this is to be a WORK machine, not a play machine.
>
>My question is:  do I have to install the old Protel software on my new PC
>before I install the 99SE upgrade?  I hope not; I would rather not "pollute"
>the new machine with old DLLs, etc. from the old software.
>
>Hopefully, by this time next week, I will be joining the rest of you in the
>W2K/99SE realm.
>
>Best regards,
>Ivan Baggett
>Bagotronix Inc.
>website:  http://www.bagotronix.com
>

Rusty Garfield
Development Technician IV
Sugar Land Product Center
(281) 285-7611 (voice)
(281) 285-7619 (fax)
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