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If you are not a registered user on Windows IT Pro, click Register. Another issue is simple file sharing on XP http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=307874 this article will help those who are used to windows 2000 networking and the Q258717 article mentioned earlier. Last programs I had installed were Windows Security Updates (KB873339), (KB885835), (KB885836) and critical update (KB886185). And no matter whether the primary log on is set to administrator, user or visitor. weblink

I went ahead, created an account for the Windows 98 user on XP. Please post back and tell us how this problem turned out. 6 3/30/2005 (8:14 pm) by Mike Montag Mike Montag (1 Posts) I am having the same problem. Since the problem you have is during boot, it may be a driver issue. although I have not changed any components since it last worked properly, I did try your suggestion, it made no difference.

If I start using repair console from the cd, and overwrite the wsaupdater file, then I can start next time in safe mode and log on as administrator, however, if I Computer Stops Responding with a Black Screen When You Start Windows Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 314503 - When you attempt to start Windows XP, the computer may appear to stop responding If it says 'Windows did not detect problems... Please let me know if any one had already tried this.

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  • I've tried a lot of different things, including mapping by ip number(\\\), and nothing seems to help.
  • If the new board has a different chipset, XP will crash trying to load the old controller driver.
  • I have removed the network card, it still looped round, so I then restarted from cd into repair cons, overwrote wsaupdater with userinit and restarted, still the same.
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  • It just comes up with an error every time.....HELP!!!!!
  • Rather, the problem that I am encountering is access speed to shares.

Error Messages When You Start Your Computer if Windows Program Files Are Missing or Damaged Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 812450 - When you start your computer, you may receive an error I reentered the Win98 user's nonexpiring password in the Win98 user's account on the XP computer. Log In or Register to post comments sam williams on Mar 10, 2004 I don't have a problem with establishing connectivity between win 9x and win xp machines. You may also...

Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Software Windows Today's Posts XP Home error message on boot-up: System can't logon. I will try removing the network card and see what happens, I will let you know!! 14 6/29/2005 (5:55 pm) by ron wright ron wright (8 Posts) Update. Typed the password for the account created on XP machine in other to have access to shared resources without success. I reloaded the system—same problem.

Login now. Feb 22, 2005 XP Home error message on boot-up: System can't logon. I think it's a long shot but it won't hurt to try it. An article that came up was http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=318030 This has some very good reference to other articles that may help.

To temporarily help you, you can click on 'Disable'. I have a heterogenous O/s running on my LAN, Windows98, XP, and 2000pro. This encyclopedic guide delivers full coverage of every topic from installation and multimedia, to security and networking. Also, it may be worth checking the key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogonuserinit" for the value "C:WINDOWSsystem32userinit.exe," 17 6/30/2005 (3:29 pm) by ron wright ron wright (8 Posts) Hi all, what i have

Print reprints Favorite EMAIL Tweet Discuss this Article 43 ade (not verified) on May 19, 2004 I found this article useful. http://roguewb.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-logon-screen-icons.html When the Win98 PC tried to connect to the XP PC's shares, an Enter Network Password dialog box opened and showed the message You must supply a password to make this Log In or Register to post comments Advertisement Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 31, 2005 Something for Windows 2000 users to try if having this problem: MAKE SURE YOUR GUEST She is looking for her cd's or disks that she got with> it when she got it second hand but does anyone know whaat I should do after> she finds them?

By the way, I don't think it is BlazeFind (as others have posted) because there was no file called wsaupdater.exe on my system AND I had not run AdAware recently (which Hi LooknAround, nice to be in contact again. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? check over here Doesn't always work, but can save you when it does. 11 6/29/2005 (3:43 pm) by ron wright ron wright (8 Posts) Hi, I am new here, but I do have

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This error message occurs no matter what log on settings are chosen in User Accounts - with or without password required. Related How To: Change your boot and logon screen in Windows XP How To: Fix a disabled registry editor or task manager problem on a Windows XP PC How To: Customize Reboot. I won't forget this one.

Inmediately I did what the author says and again Voilà! . This is a 98 gateway computer if that helps > ya out any. > > Any help I would be grateful for. > > Thanks, > > Gidget > > > For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look. Please enable JavaScript to watch this video. http://roguewb.com/windows-xp/change-windows-xp-logon-screen.html if you are sure your video card, memory modules, modem, sound card, nic and hard drive are ok.

Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Mar 12, 2005 Couldn't believe it was so simple, thanks a lot. I like the style of this article, becasue it exposes every hypoteses the author did (they are the same hypoteses i did and try before to find this heaven-gifted article) not Note that netbios-ssn is commonly known as 139/TCP—NetBIOS Session Services. By the way when it comes to these types of problems i'm pretty illiterate so if you could be as simple as possible that would be great.

Your suggestion "I reentered the Win98 user's nonexpiring password in the Win98 user's account on the XP computer" is not feasible in my own scenario since the all the clients using