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Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Jump to content Windows 98 Existing user? wxp and wxp-laptop see each other on network, but w98 can't access network or be seen by the others. When I try to get the IP info (such as "winipcfg" or "ipconfig") I get an error message "Cannot read IP information". weblink
Apparently, if you get this message, there are 2 basic causes. I removed and reinstalled everything that pertains to the network. It wouldn't hurt to then re-boot and then take a look at those reg keys again before procedding on to install what's necessary for DSL. · actions · 2003-Sep-16 10:25 pm Current setup is three computers connected to router, w98, wxp, wxp-laptop.
Along with other TCP/IP tools, IP Configuration can help you solve Windows TCP/IP problems.In this Daily Feature, I will show you how to use the IP Configuration utility, and I’ll point The router works. Reboot when prompted Make sure you have the Windows source files either on a directory on the hard drive or CD available. After you finish each step, check to see if the problem is fixed.
If the TCP/IP check box has not been selected, click to select the TCP/IP check box, and then click OK. Add it back in again when prompted 4. While the former is a normal occurrence and has no negative effects, you may want to clean out the unresolved or invalid DNS names when troubleshooting DNS problems. Make sure they have registered their computer with CampusNet.
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JamesM #1 JamesM3M5, Jul 6, 2003 JamesM3M5 Senior member Joined: Jul 2, 2002 Messages: 218 Likes Received: 0 Hold on a second, I found this: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;286748 Good Lord! Any ideas for Windows 98? If you have more than one network card or a have a modem installed on the system, you can use the drop-down arrow to select the other device and view its Reboot 3.
Try re-installing your network card or going to start-control panel-network and adding tcp/ip from the add button · actions · 2003-Sep-16 8:03 pm · DSmithLadyMVMjoin:2002-04-23Deep South
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The D-link network adapter card in the w98 is working according to Device Manager, but BellSouth's Connection Manager (that they say is worthless) says it is a Network adaptor error. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Win98 lives -- now in your browser! [Microsoft] by aurgathor296.
Windows 95 Filename Location Size winsock.dll C:\Windows 42 kb wsock32.dll  C:\Windows\System 65 kb Windows 98 Filename Location Size winsock.dll  C:\Windows 21 kb wsock32.dll C:\Windows\System 40 kb wsock32n.dll C:\Windows\System 26 kb If have a peek at these guys This chapter is available on the sample online version of the Windows 2000 Resource Kit.Looking at the detailed displayClick the More Info button on the graphic version of IP Configuration in Clogged showerhead [HomeImprovement] by digitaldoc77© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode
TCP/IP Troubleshooting Guide for Windows 9x This guide will aid in troubleshooting TCP/IP related issues in Windows 95/98. Networking Oct 25, 2014 slow write but fast read on wired lan Networking Jan 7, 2014 Got Tomato?
Worried19, Sep 11, 2004 #1 Sponsor MFDnNC Joined: Sep 7, 2004 Messages: 49,014 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=286748 MFDnNC, Sep 11, 2004 #2 Worried19 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 8, 2003 Messages: 170 Thank New 32x8 modem on the Approved List [ComcastXFINITY] by maxbrando222. Click Microsoft in the Manufacturer box, click TCP/IP, and then click Add. 3. check over here It's been around for just a couple of years now ;-) Bob Cerelli, Sep 15, 2004 #9 Worried19 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 8, 2003 Messages: 170 SntgRvr - Fantastic!
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I'm having to leave for the weekend. Click Apply, then Ok, restart the computer and check your Device Manager to verify that the Dial-Up Adapter is in place. TCP/IP is there and is bound to my D-Link adapter, and there aren't any other adapters (now) for it to be bound to. By Greg Shultz | April 27, 2001, 12:00 AM PST RSS Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter More Email Print Reddit Delicious Digg Pinterest Stumbleupon Google Plus Troubleshooting and diagnosing TCP/IP problems on
In the network control panel, open the TCP/IP Properties for their network adapter. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? I did find THIS Microsoft Knowledge base article. this content The time now is 11:21 PM.
If they have not, then have them goto the Telecom office in the basement of Wilson Hall to pay. If TCP/IP is installed, click your first network adapter, and then click Properties. I don't think it's related, but now I can't access the Internet, and I don't have an IP address on the laptop. close all windows and restart the computer.
At one point I was looking through Device Manager and saw that I had, under network adapters, dial-up networking and one other, and I removed them, leaving my D-Link adapter. No, create an account now. Still no luck. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
JSntgRvr, Sep 15, 2004 #6 Bob Cerelli Joined: Nov 2, 2002 Messages: 22,468 You can try two things: A. When you type Ipconfig.exe at a command prompt in Windows NT or Windows 2000, you’ll see a listing like the one shown in Figure B.