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    I have this link already, it's one of the few...

    I have this link already, it's one of the few technical ones that I have been able to find on the IBM website. I'm hoping that someone out there has some practical experience with installing or...
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    IBM's FastT Storage

    Just curious to see if anyone is familar with IBM's FastT Storage units, particularly the FastT600? The only documentation I can find on it, is basically marketing information on the IBM's website....
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    It shouldn't be able to boot up as a slave, but...

    It shouldn't be able to boot up as a slave, but you should be able to read/write to it as a slave. The drive may have just lost its boot partition if it doesn't boot, but that shouldn't keep you from...
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    Connect the dsl modem to router w/firewall to...

    Connect the dsl modem to router w/firewall to your computer(s). Depending on OS enable network/dialup connections, enable tcp/ip and dchp, and password protect Once you get basic connectivity to all...
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    Just a silly little question....But how much HD...

    Just a silly little question....But how much HD space do you have left/available? Pulling down all of the downloads/photos you can from a site could be detrimental to it's health, in more ways than...
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    Is the HD set in your CMOS? Does the CMOS hold...

    Is the HD set in your CMOS? Does the CMOS hold its configurations? Check ribbon cables for connectivity or swap out cables. Is it IDE or scsi? Do you have onboard controllers or cards? If cards pull...
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    I'm getting to old for this..... :rolleyes:...

    I'm getting to old for this..... :rolleyes: ....Of course the simplest and cheapest thing to do is reset the clock, but then the most expensive thing to do is build a new system....<that's...
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    Make sure you go to Microsoft.com and at least...

    Make sure you go to Microsoft.com and at least update your service packs and drivers for XP. This might help you a little bit....

    Personally, I think XP is a system resource hog, but what the hell...
  9. To simply answer your question.....Clients,...

    To simply answer your question.....Clients, Services, and Protocols assist in allowing you to connect to your network and the internet. Check your Network and dialup connections and look for things...
  10. What clients, services, and protocols do you have...

    What clients, services, and protocols do you have running for your network connectivity?

    SQ....
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    My first rule of thumb is to eliminate the...

    My first rule of thumb is to eliminate the hardware issues so you can move on to software issues. When was the last time you opened up and cleaned/blew the dust out of your box? Pulled and reseated...
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    Glad to hear everything worked out for you Reset....

    Glad to hear everything worked out for you Reset. Now make a backup copy of those files. Store them away in a safe place as you will need them for as long as you run with the Windows 95...
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    Interesting....There appears to be more to this...

    Interesting....There appears to be more to this script than meets the eye. The "kill" command is usually used with Unix or Linux. DOS and/or Windows scripts are more likely to use the dreaded delete...
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