How to switch to IMP/EXP Utility of multiple installs of Oracle on same client?

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Oracle 10g
Oracle 9i
Oracle import/export
I have installed Oracle 9i and Oracle 10g on one Windows XP machine and two Oracle homes were successfully created - as i can switch between them using the Home Selector. I then tried the same install on another box with Windows XP, but when I use the Home Selector I get a message telling me only one home is present on the system. The only way I seem able to change which IMP/EXP utility runs is by changing the path order in the Environment Variables/System Variables tab and restarting the machine. Is there a way for me to fix this so I can avoid restarts? Any advice greatly appreciated. Thanks.
ASKED: July 15, 2008  5:17 PM
UPDATED: July 15, 2008  5:23 PM

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