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Troubleshooting

If you are having difficulty with your Web server, use the following sections of this topic to troubleshoot your problems. Installation Testing Your Installation Viewing Your Home Page Installation If you are having trouble installing PWS, or operating the program following installation, check the following items. Uninstalling Previous Versions This …

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Windows 95 Device Manager Cont4

THE WINDOWS 95 DEVICE MANAGER (CONT) Ports: The ports entry in Device Manager refers to your COM (communication) and LPT (printer) ports in your computer. Most motherboards (main boards) installed in computers today come with two COM ports, COM “A” and COM “B” also known as COM #1 and COM …

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Intel Chipset Reference Comparison

Marketing Name Code Name Processors Supported Max RAM Max Cachable RAM Max SIMM Slots SIMM Types SIMM Protection Max CPUs EIDE Disk Support USB 450NX PCIset ? Pentium II Xeon, 100MHz bus 8G (64Mbit) Interleaved 8G 32 EDO and DRAM ECC 4 PIIX4E Ulta DMA/33 33 MB/s Host/Hub 440GX AGPset …

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Microsoft Data Access Component and FrontPage 97 Issues and Articles

Microsoft Data Access Component and FrontPage 97 Issues and Related Articles The above material is being provided to you in support of particular products, including those provided by Microsoft and others. In those cases where the information we have provided is protected by copyrights belonging to others, we hereby acknowledge …

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Windows 95 Device Manager Cont3

THE WINDOWS 95 DEVICE MANAGER  (CONT) Floppy Disk controllers: Generally most floppy disk controller errors are due to Windows 95 not identifying the controller correctly based upon the information reported by the motherboard’s Bios or a corrupted driver. The easiest solution would be to go into device manager, expand the …

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Windows 95 Device Manager Cont2

THE WINDOWS 95 DEVICE MANAGER  (CONT) CD-Rom Drive: Generally, if you were able to install Windows 95 along with all of the necessary  drivers after the initial installation, seeing a CD-Rom drive error in Device Manager afterwards is unusual at best, but it does happen. In these instances, check the …

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CMOS Memory Type Mismatch

CMOS Memory Type Mismatch If you have arrived here through a search engine, and there’s no menu to the left click here! Explanation: Some motherboard BIOS’s store the total amount of memory as a BIOS setting and then compare that value against what is detected as physical hardware when the …

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CHKDSK MS-DOS Command

Type: External (1.0 and later) Syntax: CHKDSK [d:][path][filename] [/F][/V] Purpose: Checks a disk and provides a file and memory status report. Discussion Checks for errors on a disk. Displays error messages (if problems are found) and issues a status report. If you specify the /F option, the program will correct …

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Attrib MS-DOS Command

Type: Internal (3.0 and later) Syntax: COUNTRY=country code,[code page][,][d:][filename] Purpose: Used in the CONFIG.SYS file to tell DOS to use country-specific text conventions during processing. Discussion The COUNTRY command affects the following items: date and time formats, the thousands and decimal characters used in numbers, the location and symbol used …

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