I am trying to use an old palmtop computer, which has no disk drives.
It's only way to transfer files is through the old dos program
intersvr.exe. So I need to run interlnk.exe on my desktop computer.
However, this is proving challenging. I'm running windows 2000. I've
added "device=c:\interlnk.exe" to my config.nt. However, when I then
try to run interlnk to map the drive, it reports that it cannot
establish a connection (the computers are linked with a serial null
modem cable). The system also warns that interlnk.exe is trying to
run a 16-bit dos device driver which is not supported.
Does anyone know of a way to get this to work? Or do i simply have to
run Windows 95/98 to use this dos program?
Please respond via email. Thanks in advance for any info =).