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Windows 98 stuck in MS-DOS mode


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ok i'll let you know. again, thank you sooooooooooo much. it's been a really long day and you've been great. You saved me money. :tazz:
my daughter is dieing to know what time it is there in Australia right now?
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11.54 am Saturday 20/8/05
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thanks and have a good day, it's time for me to go to bed
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BTW we owe a big thanks to BDLT who was doing a lot of research on this topic for me
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Excellent teamwork, guys!! :tazz:
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I dont know if this is the correct place to say this, but I think this thread is what you people at "Geeks to Go!" should be proud of.
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--Ignore--

Edited by thegeek, 20 August 2005 - 08:25 PM.

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You guys are simply the best. No other website or anyone can compare to your dedication and hard work. I owe you the biggest thanks, especially peterm. I will definately be talking about this site.
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Ok now you have a network card installed lets see if it works.
go to the tcpip in network neighbourhood and put in the settings I gave you
Does this work?
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I am working a lot with helping other people and their pc problems and I must say this was good...
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I installed the network card and now I have this error. It says I'm missing a file SYSTEM.ini.
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The network card is most likley causing the error roblem with the system.ini
are you getting any network error messages.
related to the dynamic link library?
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After you turn on the computer, right before it loads to the desktop a window pops up. It says:
Windows Networking
Unable to load the dynamic link library:
msnp32.dll
The system cannot find the file specified.
Some or all of the following feature is not available:
Microsoft Network.
Then you click on ok.
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ok go to start>accessories ms dos prompt
type in ver (press enter)
this should give you the version of windows you are using
please copy all this down and post
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Windows 98 [version 4.10.2222]
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