It worked right after reboot.ZA is disabled on both machines.quote:Only use NetBEUI and TCP/IP, set NetBEUI as default. Its a newer one from telus called "D-Link, DSL-300G". It has Windows 98 SE and is a Compaq Presario 5441. I have two physical hard drives, so the CD-ROM was previously installed on path E:/ .I have exactly the same problem on another similar computer, running the same version of Windows check over here
There's a good chance we're having the same problem. I've seen cases where DHCP will not function, but everything else will. Remove all adapters. If you format a disk in 98 it will set a mdb but it's not required for 98 to be able to read a disk.) But if you get the 2000
I think you'll need 98 or below to read a disk without the mdb. (The MS article says 98 also requires the mdb but I don't think that's true. This is the same computer, with almost the same hardware (added a Voodoo 3) that was on the net just hours before I put 98 on it. It will/should detect new hard ware. ZA will then let them see each other.Good luck - IM me if you need more info. · actions · 2002-Jun-1 1:33 pm · MeeToo7You Too?Premium Memberjoin:2000-10-18Ardmore, PA MeeToo7 Premium Member
Would appreciate it. It should work with NetBEUI, I will be really surprised if it can't handle it this time around.Only TCP/IP and NetBEUI is on this time. Ah yes the joys of 9x. condensed answer: it is merely a software application running on the xp machine - NOT a "REAL box" - the "virtual box" w98 is merely using the "REAL box" xp unit's
Hence getting 2K or XP would fix the problem. There does seems to be a few 802.11b cards that work with PCI 2.1, but I'm still looking for a "g" card myself. ForumsJoin Search similar:Lan & WiFi on NVG589[WIN7] ***URGENT*** Issue with Admin Account Locking Out![WIN7] Where do I find this string?Gaming Monitors[Tech] Are you upgrading to Windows 10?[WIN8] sharing from WIN7 to http://ask-leo.com/why_wont_win98_recognize_my_new_hardware.html Not what you needed?
michaelahessJul 10, 2006, 12:07 AM Reinstalling 98 over itself won't reinstall the tcp stack files, there's a knowledge base article that shows how to do it right, it's all in a Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. What is necessary is making sure that all the computers are using the same default protocol. if anything happens to either of these drivers the computer will not recognize any cd drives of any type.
Normally I'd expect to be able to select that and see an icon for my network (named HomeNet), and from there drill down to the other member machines and the shares https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/win-98-won-t-detect-ide-cd-rom-6715/ Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976. Windows 98 Cd Rom Driver I understand perfectly well why it won't, and there is nothing I can do about it. Windows 98 Dvd Drivers My host pc's NIC is bound to TCP/IP, I unbound the NetBEUI from it.[text was edited by author 2002-06-01 13:27:20] · actions · 2002-Jun-1 1:21 pm · rockotman...Blown On The Steel
When I connect it to my computer, it works(the lights of my device will work),but my computer will not detect it.Where to go?? http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-98/windows-98-usb-keyboard-driver.html Someone had helped me troubleshoot seting up the network and told me WinME doesn't like two word names for workgroup, once I changed that to "Home", it worked! One is a Gateway with an AMD K7, purchased in 2000. wallisJul 9, 2006, 10:35 PM in 'network connections'.....delete the existing connection and create a new one.
Under Primary Network Log On, have Client for Microsoft Networks5. If there is anything in there listed as "other devices" make sure you delete any of them. The following default values for the key are:(bin) NetClean: 01(bin) Start: 00(str) StaticVxD: vnetbios.vxdRestart your computer.If the problem still exists, download the fix described in the next paragraph....If this doesn't fix this content Version 2.1 strikes again?
More about Leo. Riverglen, Jan 18, 2014 #8 daniel_b2380 Joined: Jan 31, 2003 Messages: 2,392 I have two Win-98 "machines" available to play with. Go to Start Settings Control Panel2.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Re:Win. 98 won't detect IDE CD-ROM by silent_g / December 26, 2003 7:52 AM PST In reply to: Re:Win. 98 won't detect IDE In the VM, consistent with your explanation, I found that I can access files on the Win-98 box, but was am denied access to shares on either the XP or the It asks if I want to format the floppy.Can anyone help me get the files off these disks? So check for BIOS upgrades for those motherboards, and double check that PnP, if listed, is enabled.
I read in a FAQ that selecting "enable" instead of "automatic" makes that PC the "host" and others will get to recognize the network faster if that "browse master" enabled pc No, create an account now. Once everything is working we can easily change that. have a peek at these guys I suggest you read the floppies in true DOS mode only.