• Subject: Re: Internet Explorer 4.0 & CA Win 95
  • From: "Randy W." <rawong@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Oct 1997 03:21:10 -1000

Hi Barry,

When I installed IE4 onto my NT 4.0 disk with CA 95/NT (3.1.2) already
installed there was no problem with the SP applied from August.  Everything
worked fine and I didn't notice anything.  Since I was in the process of
rebuilding my Win95b disk (crashed too many times) I installed IE4 and next
CA 95/NT.  It still worked.  Then I applied the SP released in September
later in the day, and my router would connect by itself.  However, when I
tried to start my 5250 via the icon created by the AS/400 connection app, it
would never connect and received the following error message:  [CE000C] : An
error occurred during initialization of the NS/Router."    Bummer.....  I
just wanted to make it work, so I just recreated my AS/400 connection and
short-cut and so far so good.

Not much of a test, but I would think that it confirms your suspicion.  Oh
well, too bad M$ doesn't also own our problems as well.  By the way, we are
using the NetSoft Router on a TR Lan.

Thanks......Randy

-----Original Message-----
From: Barry L. Smith <bsmith@800hershey.com>
To: midrange-l@midrange.com <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Date: Tuesday, October 07, 1997 6:12 AM
Subject: Internet Explorer 4.0 & CA Win 95


>After installing Internet Explorer 4.0, Client Access for Win 95 would not
>start.  If I double clicked on the AS/400 icon nothing would happen.
>Fortunately after uninstalling Internet Explorer 4.0, Client Access started
>working again.  Has anyone else experienced this problem. and possibly
>found a solution.  Looks like Microsoft must have changed a Win 95 system
>setting which CA did not like.
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>Hershey Entertainment & Resort Co.
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