No problem, simply download the the file:fen_opk.hqx and rename it to fen_opk.hqx. Then import it using the import file box, OKIICP, and then drag and drop it into the file box. A window will pop up and let you pick the book to be reinserted. The last piece you need is to check the box next to Load new openings book into engine. Then click save, import, and Ok.
The older and version is.hqx file. Between version 7 Ispinter a German bookmakertranslator. His engine was released originally under Ispinter, but has been since become integrated with the Fritz GUI. Several versions exist. The best of these is 3.1, which is the version that activates the enumeration of alternative possibilities. This is the version that I resized with OKIICP using IEXCALIBUR EXPLORER and is the version that runs for me under Fritz 126.96.36.199, the version which was used to rip the.dat files for the Fritz GUI. As of the writing of this entry, a new improved translation is available as part of the American Fernet Chess Foundation project. This may be of interest to Fritz users, especially Fritz 4 users. Therefore users of this new translation may want to avoid this older version if possible. I don't know where the old version is available.
Essential Studies in Lee University (ESLI) is a free chess algorithm introduced by Robert Kraaij. Lee had many excerpts from this engine. (sources here; http://www.kraaij.biz/Algorithm.html) Robert Kraaij had published this while working on Lee and as such, the engine is named after him. Here is an interview with him where he talks about Lee. You can download the Lee files at http://www.erwin.de/kraaij/Algorithm_Lee/Lee.zip. As of 2004, Lee continues to be developed, is FREE, and will probably continue to be even after Kraaij has died. Lee is powerful and flexible and can be used for all types of positions in chess. 7211a4ac4a