> When it pops up and says its disabling the dialup adapter, does it then ask
> for an adapter??
> If so just choose "existing NDIS driver"
> But you will need Dial up Networking
> >> Gareth,
> >> There is a known problem with Win98 clients.
> >> Reboot and run setup again.
> >> It may require this to be done 4 times or more before it works.
> >> A note. Check in Network Properties and make sure the Microsoft Family
> >> Logon is not there. If it is remove it.
> >> Then reboot before trying again.
> >> Cris Hanna, BS, MCP
> >> SBS-MVP
> >> >I have a Dell Inspiron Notebook with a 3COM 33.6k/LAN PCMCIA card. I
> >> >have just upgraded to Win98. When I try and run the client setup from
> >> >SBS 4.0a, it tells me that it does not recognise the driver for the
> >> >card. If I go ahead and install I get a GPF. Anybody any ideas. Dell
> >> >could give me no answers, and there is nothing on the 3com website.
> >> >Help!
> >> >Thanks
> >thanks for the response. I was able to get the client install to run
> >without the IPDETECT GPF, however I cannot logon to my server, it tells
> >me it cannot find the Domain Name server. I have tried the following:
> >- removing Dial Up Networking (I have heard this can cause problems)
> >- I added back in the Microsoft Family Logon after rebooting so now I
> >have both the Client for Microsoft Networks AND Microsoft Family Login.
> >When I ran the client setup, it did still tell me that the driver I have
> >for my 3Com PCMCIA card was one that it did not recognise. I am
> >wondering if this is now causing me a problem??
> >Thanks for your help.
thanks for the feedback, actually those nice people at Microsoft Tech
Support supplied me with a "hot fix" update to IPDETECT that solved my
problem. I think they planning a general release of this fix at some