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windows nt nightmare!


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stevebob

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hi all!

i have just bought a belkin adsl modem with wireless-G router and a wireless G desktop network card.The router is connected to a windows xp os downstairs and it is working fine.

I want to connect wirelessly to a windows nt os upstairs.i have contacted belkin and they say that the card is compatible with windows nt even though it doesnt say this on the box.

i installed the software and then inserted the card. it doesnt seem to be working, the led lights arent on and when i click the executable file it flashes up for a second and then closes.i thought maybe it was conflicting with some other device being windows nt so i took out the lan card.it only has a pentium 2 processor,cost £30 so i wasnt bothered!

the device manager on windows nt, compared to windows xp, is a shambles! im getting a couple of error messages when i turn the computer on.one of which is failed to find RemoveCpl.exe,which i think is to do with the card.

another one is RegisterDeviceNotificationA not found in User32.dll

oh and another one about NETDI.DLL not found.

im really annoyed and hope someone can help :tazz:

thanks

Steve

Edited by stevebob, 19 July 2005 - 08:07 AM.

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