Each topic begins with a description of basic concepts, followed by a description of tools (such as Microsoft Management Console snap-ins) used to administer the feature, instructions on how to perform Log In or Register to post comments Sandra (not verified) on Apr 30, 2004 I have a similar problem, but not exactly the same. Should I try swapping that 1 stick out and trying each of them individually?Or are you suggesting I try the Setup with one memory stick? Let's not go there. Check This Out
Proffitt Forum moderator / March 1, 2009 6:44 AM PST In reply to: Windows 98 Install Locks Up If you reach a point that the least amount of hardware still fails If I HAD Windows NT discs I would have already tried that. Typed the password for the account created on XP machine in other to have access to shared resources without success. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
Here's a *great* guide to installing XP, it's for Intel CPUs but just susbtitute AMD counterparts where needed.posted by riffola at 6:38 AM on May 28, 2004 Very nice ... When its finished booting I enter the product code and the install continues.At some point where it says its setting up hardware and plug and play devices, the install just stops. Stay logged in Sign up now!
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Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Since UBUNTU CDs are free. Windows 98 Asking For Ipc$ Password It's always at about the 14 minutes remaining mark. My Win98 to XP Pro *has been working* for over a year but suddenly stopped. The server runs on windows 2000 server.
Looking to dual boot XP32/XP64 so I can keep track of the progress on the 64 end (I took your advice on d/ling the trial Win64 couple with the system recommendations Proffitt Forum moderator / March 1, 2009 3:16 AM PST In reply to: Windows 98 Install Locks Up I asked for some details about the host machine. The Task Map chapter lets you find look up a task (such as "troubleshooting startup issues") to find appropriate topics in the references. The appeal of fast and efficient applications led John to develop Damn Small Linux.
Content is segmented into Channels and Topic Centers. When both these machines and connected to the LAN they can connect to each other with no problems at all. You Must Supply A Password To Make This Connection Windows 98 As of 7 months ago (so who knows today), linux couldn't read NTFS, so if you wanted to share things between an XP and a Linux OS, you would probably use Access Windows 10 Share From Windows 98 Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
Inmediately I did what the author says and again Voilà! . http://simplecoverage.org/windows-98/w98se-help-me-get-my-router-to-see-new-device.php Software packages (MyDSL extensions) including everything you need to create an Edna music server, Skype® VoIP calling client, multimedia picture frame, and tiny XAMPP Web server. Click here to join today! The setup clearly wasn't finished and that's an excellent reason for a blue screen afterwards.Are you sure this machine did run Windows 98 with 768 Mb?
Thanks Log In or Register to post comments Mauricio Ortega (not verified) on Feb 14, 2004 You are my hero of the day (You must excuse my writen english becasue i Only W98 clients cannot access it. I have always had them setup with out passwords and full read/write access to one another.
Write support is a different story I admit, though it's shaping up nicely from what I hear.posted by fvw at 7:54 AM on May 28, 2004 « Older I need some Nothing seems to work.I don't know what to try next. My XP machine does not have CD burn capabilities, and while I could conceivably download a new OS onto a flash drive, this old W98 will not recognize a flash drive I mean the only hardware attached to the Win98 tower is a mouse, a keyboard and a monitor, all of which work just fine already.
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