Usually the problem with spontaneous rebooting with Check Version and Win95 are due to Check Version running before Win95 has completed it's startup process. Check Version tries to access resources Win95 is still allocating and viola - ReBoot occurs.
To correct this problem (it has worked 100% of the time for us so far) add a delay to the Check Version shortcut in the Startup folder. You do this by adding a number to the LOGIN parameter of the shortcut. Something like: "C:\Program Files\IBM\Client Access\cwbckver.exe" LOGIN 10 would wait 10 seconds before starting the login process.
Rob Ward M-C Industries, Inc. (913) 273-3990 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.mcind.com ---------- > > I've applied the fixpack off of the cahome page, so I should be current.. > > I thought IBM was recommending that you DO NOT run check version, > > especially if you're having problems with the old random reboot problem > > (which I am). The buttons are pretty though. So, I guess you're saying > > that what I've got is as good as it gets??? > > I had the random reboot problem. Never could track it down to a > combination of things except that it would reboot when I printed from > any app. It seemed to happen more often when I had done a print screen > from PC5250. I upgraded to the v3r1m1 client and the problem went away, > at least it seems.. > > Danny Mc? >
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Re: Client Access for Win95 which version?, (continued)
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