Quote:>Our vendor stated that SCO 3.2.4 is not y2k compatable and said that we should
>intall 5.0.5. We have purchased 5.0.5 enterprise.
Damn. I wish I could lie like that. Does your vendor give lessons in
3.2v4.2 can be made Y2K compatible by the installation of UOD426
Quote:>Not the vendor states that the computer is incompatable. Is he just feeding me
>a line or is that the truth.
How should I know? Without a hardware description, it's difficult to tell.
However, you can do the job yourself. Boot the machine and inscribe the
bios version on a piece of paper. Then go to the bios, motherboard, or
system vendors web pile and see if there's an update. If you can't find
anything, try starting at:
for bios info. SCO also has a bootable floppy disk that will test for
clock problems. However, one of the numerous RTC (real-time-clunk) testers
for DOS or Windoze will work as well.
Quote:>When trying to install it, it wouldn't read the DPT Diskette.
This is great. First he sells you a new operating system. Then, he sells
you a new computer. Now, he expects *YOU* to make it all work? Why am I a
bit suspicious? What kind of error message are you getting from your
unspecified DPT diskette? Is it a read error, or is it simply refusing to
ask for the disk? Be advised the 3.2v4.2 drivers may not work with
Quote:>Is there a DPT diskette that can be downloaded so that it would read.
Yeah, probably. See:
Yep. Lots of downloads.
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