Posted 28 August 2007 - 03:10 AM
For the avoidance of any doubt: I am the fool who MAY have deleted the Windows 2000 folder AppleTalk and I think I need it back to persuade my torrent client (Azureus) to make Remote connections again.
I did a file/folder search of my C drive for Apple*, and it returned three folders all titled Apple Computer containing folders/files for iTunes and QuickTime only - but no AppleTalk folder.
I then searched for AppleTalk, and it returned not found.
The Event Viewer returns literally thousands of error messages per day each time I run Azureus, eg:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: atkctrs
Event Category: None
Event ID: 3001
Unable to open ATK device for R access.
Returning IO Status Block in Data.
0000: 58 22 1a 00 00 00 00 00 X"......
So I think I need AppleTalk back, if that's the culprit.
Would any kind soul check their Windows 2000 to see if they have AppleTalk and, if so, where should it be (ie the path please), and where can I get it from so I can put it back where it belongs?
There are full details of Event Viewer error and warning messages in my Post of Aug. 27 at 11:54 titled Windows 2000 Not Fully Shutting Down On "restart" Or On "shut Down".
Thanks. I'll look in regularly if you need questions answered.
(the one who knows from experience that:
1. ignorance combined with minimal wealth + plenty health is, in fact, bliss;
2. asking questions becomes dangerous when they're answered; and,
3. eating too many chips wont make you into a FAT32).