• Subject: Re: Internet Explorer 4.0 & CA Win 95
  • From: "Jack Mullins" <jmullins@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 07:19:46 -0500

I've experienced this problem every since installing the beta a few months
back.  You should try starting your router manually from "NS Administrator".
I've found that if the router is started from "NS Administrator" it will
usually start; you can even create an icon for the router on your desktop.
However, I've also found that the router will usually not start if you've
had problems shutting down Windows95 during the previous session.
Therefore, I always make a "good" boot after having shutdown problems.

It's a pain in the %^&* to have to work in this fashion; but, once you get
used to it it's no worse than the rest of the freak crashes you have to put
up with when using Windows!

Jack Mullins
Sun Industries, Inc.
2409 Industrial Drive
Jonesboro, AR 72402


>>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.
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>Barry L. Smith
>>AS/400 Technical Services Manager/Financial Applications Manager
>>Hershey Entertainment & Resort Co.
>>300 Park Blvd.
>>PO Box 860
>>Hershey Pa 17033
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>>EMAIL    bsmith@800hershey.com
>>WEBSITE  http://www.800hershey.com
>>
>>HERSHEY  The sweetest place on earth
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