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Home Cable Internet sharing 2 PCs thr. WIN98SE
Artmaster Dec-31-00 02:19 PM
Hi,

I m new at network , 2 days ago I succesfully connect 2PC to internet through win98SE internet sharing (crossover no hub ), the problem is when the 2nd PC shutdown its locks the 1 PC (server)so need restart. no IPX no Netbeu ..
Do I need to buy hub ?
Any1 can advice me how I can solve the problem or any web address.
Thanks in advance and Happy NewYear .


1. RE: Home Cable Internet sharing 2 PCs thr. WIN98SE
lbyard Dec-31-00 06:48 PM
In response to message 0
When the ICS locks-up, can you display the Windows Task Manager by holding the Ctrl and Alt keys and pressing Delete? You shouldn't need a hub. Larry

2. RE: Home Cable Internet sharing 2 PCs thr. WIN98SE
Artmaster Jan-01-01 12:28 PM
In response to message 1
Hi Larry,


Thank you very much for your reply .
But computer going completly lock, so keyboard
also doesnt work , unable ro press ctrl+alt+del only one way is press restart on case .
so windows begin with scandisk, and dont like to press restart every locks.


3. RE: Home Cable Internet sharing 2 PCs thr. WIN98SE
lbyard Jan-01-01 03:08 PM
In response to message 2
If you still have two network cards in the PC connected to the Internet, pull the network adapter for the cable MODEM and see if the computer still locks-up when the other computer shuts down. Larry

4. RE: Home Cable Internet sharing 2 PCs thr. WIN98SE
Artmaster Jan-03-01 02:01 PM
In response to message 3
Hi Larry ,

Thank you very much for your help , I changed IRQ of 2nd NIC ,and the problem solved, And I also uninstall inet sharing of WIN98SE , I installed All Aboard because this software permit file transfer at PALTALK also ,Win98SE Int.sharing doesnt.

Best Regards ,

Thanks again ...


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