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Network Neighborhood ICON gone!
mjduffy Sep-28-00 08:00 PM
I don't know how but I no longer have the network neighborhood available on my computer. It is as if the whole Microsoft Network software was deleted. I need to know how to re-install it. It is not listed in the add/remove programs/widows setup. I believe I need this to see my laptop, my laptop will not see my PC in Network neighborhood so I may still have work to do to get them working. Thanks in advance.

Mike


1. RE: Network Neighborhood ICON gone!
lbyard Sep-28-00 08:41 PM
In response to message 0
Plug in the network cable. No, see if the network is still there in the Control Panel, Network. Network install instructions are at http://duxcw.com/digest/Howto/network/net2pc/intro.htm. Larry

2. RE: Network Neighborhood ICON gone!
mjduffy Sep-28-00 09:09 PM
In response to message 1
The Network is still in control pannel, and both computers have the same protocols and clients installed. I am just unable to either "Find Computer" or pull up the "Entire Network" After I installed the drivers for the Linksys FENSK05 and the NIC in my PC. I got two file errors that are reffered to in the registry. (vredir.vxd and dfs.vxd) Then at windows boot I get the error of "Unable to load the dynamic link library: msnp32.dll
The system cannot find the file specified.
Some or all of the following feature is not available:
Microsoft Network

I have msnp32.dll, but don't know what system folder to put it in.

Hope this helps you. Thanks again for the help.

Mike


3. RE: Network Neighborhood ICON gone!
lbyard Sep-29-00 04:37 AM
In response to message 2
At this point I would uninstall and reinstall all network components. Are you being prompted to login into windows or the network? Larry

4. RE: Network Neighborhood ICON gone!
mjduffy Sep-29-00 01:47 PM
In response to message 3
Thanks for the help. After discussing with several people the best solution has been to re-install windows 98 and start over with a clean system. I was afraid I'd have to do that.

Mike


5. RE: Network Neighborhood ICON gone!
lbyard Sep-29-00 02:19 PM
In response to message 4
That is not what I would recommend. I have seen many cases where customers have done that and created worse problems because they did not properly back-up critical data, etc. Good luck. Larry

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