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To be honest I have no general, whoever wrote the capture program did it based on a certain PCAP, so the PCAP version that comes with the app is most likely to work.

Unless of course the application and PCAP version are written for MS DOS 1.0 or Windows 95, which is just tooo old.

If something acts weird it may be that the PCAP driver version is too old so some feature built into the application tries to use a function or program call that just is not the bottom line is to use whatever version of PCAP comes with the application....