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Wireless Connection And Client Services For Netware

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#1 sharoneverton


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Posted 22 June 2008 - 02:52 AM

My computer has been working like a charm for the past 2 years until my 12 yr old daughter started taking computer class in middle school. NOw I'm constantly check and correcting problems that she has started by downloading and installing software used at her school.
My latest dilenma is the connection to my wireless router. My pc connects to the wireless router but no luck on connecting to the internet. I get the "GifExzception in Module......." error. I was about to reinstall th software but without a wired connection port available on my desktop I cannot startover unless I purchase and install a card with a cable port. Is there any way that I can correct this problem?.

My second problem-- Client services for netware. At some point my daughter install client services for netware and I've lost the ability to use the user account quick switch by loggin off an account and login into another account, at this point I can only see my account. Any help with this?....

I'm running window XP Home edition

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Posted 22 June 2008 - 07:35 AM

With a child working on your computer, you're gonna need all the help you can get! :thumbsup:

Here's a link to a similar problem with a LinkSys wireless card: http://forums.linksys.com/linksys/board/me...message.id=4585

I'd suggest getting a wired NIC card for your system in any case. They're cheap (less than $15 US) and should the wireless go out for any reason, you'll still be able to connect via the wire.

As for the Client Services for Netware - go to Start...Control Panel...Network Connections
Right click on the wireless network connection and select Properties
On the General tab there'll be a list of items that the connection uses - select the Netware stuff by clicking on it, then click on Uninstall.
Ensure that the Client for Microsoft Networks is still installed - if not, reinstall it using the Add button.
You may have to reboot for the changes to take effect.
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