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    nwlink.vxd

    Hey guys,

    My PC seems to be missing nwlink.vxd and keeps asking for it when I boot the PC. I can't seem to find it anywhere, including my WIN98 SE CD.

    Can anyone help?

    If you are able to send it to me, please let me know beforehand so I can confirm - just so I don't end up with 20 copies in my inbox.

    Thanks

    Mxx
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    Excellent, thanks very much.
    I did a google search but couldn't find any sites that had it free.

    Thanks again

    Mxx
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    :)

    no problem..
    let me know if you have any problems with that

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    How much do you know about networking?

    You can probably guess by the fact that file went missing that my attempts didn't go too well!

    Mxx
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    quitee alot

    yeah hehe yeah quite alot...
    what do you want help with??

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    Well, I've just installed broadband with two PCs gaining net access through a router. Internet access is fine but I would like both PCs to see each other if possible.

    One PC is Windows ME, the other is Win 98. Whenever I set any network properties for the 98 one and go into network neighbourhood the PC is shown there and not in Entire Network.
    This problem doesn't occur with the Win ME PC but neither of them can see the other.

    I'm not too sure what the settings need to be for DNS and such like but trying different 'how to...' guides from the net don't seem to work.

    I think the problem lays with the 98 PC, but not sure why.

    Any help, walkthroughs, greatly appreciated.

    Mxx
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    well

    well i know that we have an adsl router and when we plug the cables in we automatically see eachother... 2 are xps and the other is winme... it should work fine... what router/modem and isp do you have?

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    Curently at work so may not be able to answer all questions you have, but the router is a 'DSL-504 ADSL Router with 4 Built in Switched Ports' and my isp is plus.net - can't give you any configurations just now - would need to wait until I get home.

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    ok


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