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Windows 9x, ME, NT, 2000, XP Topic

Windows 3.x, 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, (Workstation and Servers)
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PS_1048
Paradox v1 for windows
I hope I am in the right place to get the info I need. I have used the original v1 from the early nineties and am currently on windows xp, just for paradox. The laptop is almost at the end of its life, so must move on. I will try to upload it to a windows 7 laptop in xp mode. But perhaps I should move up the paradox version ladder too. Can I still get  v5 and would I be able to use my existing databases and would I easlily be able to use v5? Can it be used  on windows 10? And what about the latest corel versions? Are these a step too far for thid it dinosaur. A few different questions but hope someone out there can help. In my narrow circle of uk friends no one has ever used paradox, sono help there. Looking forward to any input.
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S0nY
Xcopy/robocopy most efficient way to trans. files?
The company i work for uses xcopy to copy our server files and folders to a backup folder every night, this process takes anywhere from 45 mins to 1hr 20 mins, other than trying robocopy or xcopy does anyone have a better more efficient ( faster ) idea or way that they do things to copy large tables/files/folders to a backup folder? Please post your ideas or what you do if it is different.
11 years ago
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6 years ago
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Jocat
Windows XP Log On Problem
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15 years ago
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lowster11
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9 years ago
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David H. Thornton Sr
VPN
I am running Windows 2000 Advance Server and I have the routing and Remote running. I have a windows XP Pro workstation that I want to access my Server remotely but when I used the network connection VPN I do not get into the server using my admin account and password. Any suggestions
14 years ago
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9 years ago
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andyhud
WIn NT 4 (Service Pack 6) - Window Messages
RE: Delphi application - probelm area Win NT messages, , I'm having to check if my application , has been closed with a reboot/shuit down or with the user interactive and clicking close, , I have managed to capture messages that are being sent to my app and it appears as though the following messages are sent on a shut down...., , $00B001(45057) and, $00B01A(45082), , I cannot find a definition of these messages anywhere - does anyone know exactly what they are??, I appear to get the B001 5 or 6 times and then a B01A., , Any help appreciated.
18 years ago
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S0nY
Can you set mapdrives for "All Users"?
Does anyone know if it is possible in Windows XP to set a mapdrive for " All users " or something like that, because every time we have a new employee come in the office i have to set there user info on the server, than go to the computer their working on and log into the network as them, once the computer is loaded up i have to set all the mapdrive so they can begin working with our network, also if they move  to a different computer i have to repeat these steps, same problem for printers too...
11 years ago
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11 years ago
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Skeech
Windows 2000 Professional
Here's a problem that popped up - I try to boot into my computer running Windows 2000 Professional, and the system gets to the Windows 2000 logo screen then automatically goes into a reboot, and the cycle repeats itself. An error message pops up but only for a split second so I cannot read it. I have not installed anything onto the computer in over two months. It's set up as NTFS, only one partition, and it's a Compaq 7000 Series., , Two question:, , 1. What the heck is wrong (sorry, had to ask)?, 2. Is there a way to freeze the error screen as it pops up so I can read it?, , Thanks in advance for any help., , Chris
17 years ago
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12 years ago
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darkmast2
Windows ME and GeForce 2 MX 200 Graphics Card
I was wondering if anyone has encountered problems while installing a GeForce 2 MX 200 Graphics Card while running the Windows ME Operating System., , When I install the card and start up windows, it won't automatically detect the new card. Also when I try to install it manually it still won't find it., , Anyone have any ideas., , P.S. The card is AGP and my old one is PCI (3D Blaster Savage 4). I have made sure AGP is enabled in BIOS and have tried the AGP at different speeds.
18 years ago
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SANDMAN
Goto : http://www.nvidia.com/page/home.html and ask there support the question.
12 years ago
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David H. Thornton Sr
Serial Printing
I am running Windows 2000 Advance Server and I have a POS program that the vendor is saying it is a microsoft problem with printing from a serial port(COM1) I have an Epson Serial printer and I tested it VIA the printer folder and I get a test print. I then go to the command prompt and used the mode status command and it saying it does not exist but if I use the print command (eg. print /d:com1 c:\set.txt) it prints. Is there any way I can automatically print the file out or get windows to print from the software. Any suggestions
14 years ago
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SANDMAN
Try use the systems "ADD PRINTER" to reinstall printer. (donot use the software that came with the printer to install the drivers ; 2000 has the drivers you will need to install drivers.)  It work for me.Smile
12 years ago
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timjbrooks
Access problems with Java based files via Internet
I operate a pc with a cable modem internet connection and internet explorer 5.5. It seems that I can't access any files on the web that require Java format. This means no live cams, no picture, no articles,no chat rooms,etc., , I have checked the internet options tool bar and Java seems to be enabled., , Can you help me with this 2 month old problem. Thank you, , TIMJBROOKS@MEDIAONE.NET
18 years ago
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SANDMAN
Install "IE 6 or higher" this may solve your problem, it did me. "IE 5.5" has proven to cause many problems forf it's users.
12 years ago
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Auden
No printer specified error
Hello all, I am new here and I hope this works. , , I am currently having a problem with a laptop trying to print from P-dox5 on a Win98 platform (the printer is an HP4050n). I am receiving two errors, one with this file in the error dialog box (hpdfdb1.drv using PCL 6 driver and hpdfcb1.drv using the PCL 5e driver). Now, when I change the driver for the printer to PS I am able to printer with out errors, but I do not get all the info or graphics as shown on the screen. And the other error is the NO PRINTER SPECIFIED ERROR, the odd thing on this on is this only happens when I change the drivers with out rebooting the computer. I hope this is enough info and if not please feel free to contact me, as I will be able to provide more info if needed. Thank you all in advance. Great site!
18 years ago
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SANDMAN
Had same problem - Deleted all printers on the system then; reinstalled the printers. Everything works great now !
12 years ago
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onenonly
windows me/java/errors......
Need any advice....., Had the same problems with not finding java...It cant find it. Was advised many months ago to reinstall windows and netscape,, which have been done and with the same errors, and more poping up.....now have windows me,, netscape 6.2. ......Get a script timed out error....could that be connected with java., Says specify a new value/change value in the iis administration tools.....where is this..., Needs some ideas where to start.......Thanks... Betty
18 years ago
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12 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
64 bit Windows
I've heard rumors that the next version of Windows will be 64-bit. Furthermore, it will have a 32-bit and 16-bit layer / interpretor for backword compatibility., , Anybody heard anything?
16 years ago
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SANDMAN
From what I've heard "Vista" as it is now is the last of the OS's Microsoft will be making .
12 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
Cool Windows Key shortcuts
I just posted my favorite WinKey shortcuts in a short rambling to our Prestwood knowledge base at the following URL: http://www.prestwood.com/aspsuite/kb/document_view.asp?qid=100269 , The Microsoft Windows Key (WinKey) does more than just display the Start menu. I didn't know that until recently. What are some of your favorite shortcut keys? Post here or at the end of the KB post.
15 years ago
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mprestwood
I updated the link in the above post.
12 years ago
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David H. Thornton Sr
Multi Mailboxs
Hi, I am using outlook 2003 to access Microsoft mail. I want to set up 2 pop3 email accounts but I want each account incoming mail to go into that account's inbox and right now they both are sent to the same in box. Any Suggestions
14 years ago
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12 years ago
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deleted_member
Public/private IP and XP remote desktop
I have a peer to peer LAN of four PCs running XP - One I use as a file server. The LAN is connected to the internet via ADSL on the file server, and XP's Internet Connection Sharing. Only the file server has a public IP address. , , 1. Is it possible to intitiate a remote assistence request to a computer on the Internet from any of the other clients that do not have a public IP address?, , 2. Is it possible to connect from a PC on the Internet via Remote Desktop to any of the PCs on my LAN that DO NOT have a public IP address?, , Any suggestions would be great., , Chris
17 years ago
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mprestwood
If you have a firewall, you may need to configure your firewall to route a particular port to the internal IP address. This feature goes by various names including IP masquerading and pin holes.
15 years ago
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vile
Kerberos security
I was told I needed to know about this for security reasons. What is it and why should I know about it?
17 years ago
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mprestwood
Kerberos is a network security authentication protocol developed by MIT. It's important to you because starting with Windows 2000, Microsoft has adopted Kerberos version 5 authentication protocol as the default network authentication protocol., , [URL=http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/howitworks/security/kerberos.asp]Click here[/URL] to read a Microsoft white paper on the subject.
17 years ago
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Chris McCune
Outlook and Microsoft Mail
Hi, I am using outlook to access Microsoft mail. Everytime I hit the send and receive button, it starts to work and the gives me a "file in use" error and stop sending. I have uninstalled and reinstalled outlook with no resolution. Does anyone know where his file might be so I can delete it? Thanks!
18 years ago
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Chris.M
Thanks, I'll give it a try on Monday.
18 years ago
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linaW
access to Access
If we keep a database on our network system (small company - 4 computers) how could we get creative and allow a client to visit the database and have access to this database at their convenience? Any suggestions?
18 years ago
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andyhud
Auto Logon Win2K through VC++
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Fred VanHouten
Outlook Express Identities and Dialup
Hi. In Outlook Express, I have 3 email identities. Online (56k modem), I can switch from the 1st to the 2nd and from the 2nd to the 3rd ok; but when I switch from the 3rd back to the 1st, my computer hangs up,the dialup network dialing box appears, and I wait while it redials the ISP number., , It wasn't always like that. I could switch endlessly and stay on line. Then one day I did something and, on switching, began to get a dialog box saying something like "This ID is already selected. Hang up? Keep it?" or some other choice. It also had a "keep showing this dialog box" checkbox which I unchecked., , Any ideas out there?, , Thanks for listening,, Fred
18 years ago
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rziriak
Win98
I have a computer in the office with three users. Each has their own profile. Is there a way to configure Win98 so the user must enter a password in order to use the machine. I have one that hits cancel to bypass the password., , Please help! Thanks,, Bob
18 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
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