TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. After reboot, the system hung at Preparing network connections. I did not try â€œLast > Good Configurationâ€? > tough. The only challenge am having is the Windows 98 connecting. navigate here
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Android Apple Microsoft Science Gaming News Apps & Software Tablets Mobile Deals AppGeek Follow Us Twitter Facebook StumbleUpon Google+ LinkedIn RSS Feed Also a article I have used as a starting point for peer to peer networking in 2000 http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;258717 XP can be a challenge with peer to peer networking. I now have a dual boot system which works fine in pro, but still loops round when I try the old xphome. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now
Thanks heaps. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on May 25, 2005 Thanks OP for the nice post. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? It is a relatively new installation of windows, and on a computer that is not normally networked or connected to the internet, indeed, since it was last used successfully, it had
HELP! This is a 98 gateway computer if that helps > ya out any. > > Any help I would be grateful for. > > Thanks, > > Gidget > > > It does not seem to matter if the new server is a Domain controlloer or simply a member server. check it out I donâ€™t think it is material, but when I installed my xp, I did not use the default directory, but created and used a directory called winxp, just thought I would
Windows Logon Can't logon to windows2000 XP logon screen problems Logon Password problems XP logon password problem Win xp home password problem - safe mode won't start Windows XP Home (Logon TechSpot is a registered trademark. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 6, 2005 this is simply a "majic fix"...this does not solve the problem or explain why it exists I have a heterogenous O/s running on my LAN, Windows98, XP, and 2000pro.
Log In or Register to post comments sam williams on Mar 10, 2004 I don't have a problem with establishing connectivity between win 9x and win xp machines. An article that came up was http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=318030 This has some very good reference to other articles that may help. Feb 22, 2005 XP Home error message on boot-up: System can't logon. It will search your drive for installed versions of windows and when it finds your xp home install, you will have the option to repair it.
The LISTENING output showed that the Netlogon service was working, so I figured an authentication problem existed. (For more information about common ports, see the Microsoft articles "A List of the check over here Thanks to your suggestion I've used Revo Uninstaller umpteen times in my own installations and in helping other people solve their computer problems. Log In or Register to post comments Advertisement Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 31, 2005 Something for Windows 2000 users to try if having this problem: MAKE SURE YOUR GUEST Got to the \\computername\IPC$ prompt on Windows 98 machine from the network neigbourhood.
Install. Usually it is SP2 that is causing the problem on older setups. On many of our computers in for repair, removing SP 2 helps correct the problem. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-logon-loop-fix.html Login now.
Last night I was not able to logon to any (two no previous passwords) users on the computer, windows setup administrator logon (with Safe Mode logon) does not work also. I think it's a long shot but it won't hurt to try it. Log In or Register to post comments Eric (not verified) on Mar 31, 2004 I have this same exact problem, but resetting the password did not help...?
When you start the system, there will be a blue screen with an error number. Thanks. I can't believe I'm the first person that ever happened to. When both these machines and connected to the LAN they can connect to each other with no problems at all.
Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 25, 2005 i tried that solution but it didn't work.. Topics include server management, storage management, backup/recovery, systems and network management tools and more.Subscribe now! Any thoughts from anyone? weblink Do you have any idea why your suggestion works?
It is you, who should work at ms support... Ideas? 8 Upcoming Training Mar 22:Crunching Big Data with Apache Spark with Sasha Goldshtein Mar 22:Data Protection in the Cloud: Lessons Learned from 2016 Mar 23:Infrastructure Challenges with Microsoft SQL Server I added SP2 as an update and, yes I downloaded it after 8/1/04 on an old motherboard. Already have an account?
I have a windows xp laptop that is a member of a domain and a windows 98 laptop which is a member of the corresponding workgroup. Advertisement Related ArticlesFixing Windows 98 to Windows XP Logon Problems 43 An IEAK Compatibility Problem; An MSCS 1.0 Bug Fix 2 An IEAK Compatibility Problem; An MSCS 1.0 Bug Fix 2