Dale Sampson Windows XP Setup 0 08-17-2003 03:51 PM Developed by Xeonext Web Solutions Contact Us Archive Top Copyright © 2005 - 2007 RealGeek.com. Thanks!Click to expand... Ipconfig reports a correct IP address, which is different on the two computers, as it should be. win98 conflict problems This is a discussion on win98 conflict problems within the Win 98 & ME Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.
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Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/230636 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? they install fine on both machines. Right now I am leaning towards the need to install the latest chipset/motherboard drivers. 11-10-2005, 08:35 AM #3 oshwyn5 Registered User Join Date: Sep 2005 Location: Dallas
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More About Us... IE times-out. They are both set to DHCP and I read where maybe I should set them to Static...but I dont know what numbers to use to even try this! (( Linksys has Manually assigning the IRQs is possible in the "PnP/PCI configuration" BIOS submenu.
CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality Wearable Tech Web Hosting Forums News Apple Computers Deals To get the thing going in Win98, I found the solution is...install PCI video card (in this case two for dual-monitor working) and ignore the onboard video, which can be left I doubt very much if the XP files are compatible with the 98 OS. __________________ I've got so many things worrying me...the polar cap is melting, the continental shelves are shifting, But if you want to join a Novell network then you can use either the bundled Novell client or the one from Novell's site, which is better.
Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. This method is perfectly valid too for just assigning a unique IRQ to a device in your system if it requires one or you would prefer it to have one. Please also note that windows 2000/XP may well put a large number of devices on IRQ 11. Clearly it is quite important to a lot of people.
It doesn't. Get yourself a linksys router for about $80 then hookup boath machine to it. I don't think they intentionally crippled it to work poorly with legacy apps.
This will force windows 98 to re-detect everything from scratch: http://www.windowsreinstall.com/install/other/motherboard/win98me.htm I've had some success but would usually loss one device that the driver will not install at all. For God sake, it is a basic Intel board. Windows, from 2000 on, is a native 32bit app. There better and some cost just as much. __________________ Anal nerd who can\'t spell. 12-23-2004, 11:26 AM #4 (permalink) TVance Newb Techie Join Date: Dec 2004 Posts: 4
Please also note that Souncards usually work best on or may even require IRQ 5. Roaming profiles, domain controlled setup, etc will not be available, and if I recall correctly there are some conditions in which the net share won't be available. Also, I know it's a pain, but if you can't activate your copy due to hardware changes you can call them to fix it. All is well.
At work it was the on-board audio (IBM - Intel boards) would not take the correct driver nor would the sound work no matter what I did, other than that I've It works no problem the other way round. But not the server. MS's Novell client is indeed a pain, and I've heard words about it that a moderator wouldn't allow me to use.
From U.S. Make sure you can ping the other computer's IP address. The new server is a w2k3 box. Well I viewed the properties and found out that the display adapter conflicts with the following devices: Memory Range 00000000-03FFFFF used by PCI Bridge Memory Range 00000000-03FFFFF used by System board