Tried booting to the disk with the laptop, same exact error as above. Sign up with Google. COM The following file is missing or corrupted: Over a Month Ago Time Zone: I’ve been busy fixing other pc’s actually. Can you tell it’s been awhile since I used windows 98!
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Explanation simplified – You mentioned getting a ribbon cable at the shop, so Windows 98 pcmcia just added a reminder to see about windows 98 pcmcia converter that WDR mentioned, since we have a few at work that I’ve used to do the same thing. Any more ideas, I’ve love to hear them, otherwise it looks like I will have to go with the whole adapter deal: I’ll do some more research for the driver you need today.
Hopefully will get time tomorrow afternoon to follow the above suggestion. If you still have the win98 folder on there that you installed from, just point the ‘found new hardware’ applet to that folder for the drivers. Didn’t reliese it would error on you. I’ve spent few windows 98 pcmcia this afternoon trying to narrow down sources but no success.
I heard someone windows 98 pcmcia a forum say that one did exist at one time, but I can’t find it – if anyone that knows reads this how about a model number? I did that already, twice: Please read over this site, it could help you get this figured out.
Legacy: Plug and Play Board Undetected by Windows 98/95/Me
OK I found the option, it wndows system files. Have you ever done that before? If anyone has any more suggestions please windows 98 pcmcia me know!! I am going to stop by our local computer store today and see if they have that part, otherwise I may way for the email from the tech support guy Let your windows 98 pcmcia do the walking.
Legacy: Plug and Play Board Undetected by Windows 98/95/ME – National Instruments
Click on the Re f resh button. What is frustrating about this is the device doesn’t tell you what it needs so you have to guess and with ocmcia experience the guessing gets easier or just luckier. Windows 98 pcmcia it not finding the device, or are the drivers not loaded correctly?
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I can copy files from floppy to C: To fix your cdrom problem, start by going into the device windows 98 pcmcia and remove the cdrom from the device manager. Will check the cd-rom drivers next this evening, when I should have time to work windows 98 pcmcia it again if windows 98 pcmcia, tomorrow afternoon there will be time.
As soon as it gets to the point where it finds the pcmcia card in the slot, it turns off the power to the cdrom and immediately turns it back on, spins up the cd, and seeks for a while It has a 32bit card slot but seems to be picky and only want to run older cards.
Another thing – it looks like the cdrom was installed, but is being stuck in the “disk drives” area of device manager, which I assume is keeping it from working windoes. Could be an architecture issue ya think? What is the pcmcia cards manufacturer?
And the drivers page you gave me for the cdrom worked as well. However getting the DOS Lan drivers to play nice wkndows be a headache been there done that too Tackle projects and never again get stuck behind a technical roadblock. Below is exactly what comes up after following the directions the page specified above.
If one of you would just let me know about that funky error pcmdia, whether to expect problems out of the modem or not, I’d appreciate it! And yes I might open a new question for the issue At the top of the dos prompt, this windows 98 pcmcia exactly what it said: I’m glad you both found the UnknownDevices pgm desirable.
The Coolpix camera at least triggers the upper icon when plugged-in, just the drivers for it are not working now works fine in the Compaq.