Hi Rob,

I don't know if it will work with V3R7.

I just checked the link that I downloaded it from and it isn't working today.  
Sometimes IBM turns off their sites for some reason.  I don't think they 
realize some people only have weekends and holidays to get some things done.  
If you want it email me privately and I will set it up for you to download it 
from my FTP site.

Gary Kuznitz

PS:  This was originally available to anyone to download from IBM for free.


On 1 Sep 2003 at 16:11, Rob (Rob Dixon <pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx>) commented about 
Re: [PcTech] "CWBNACFS.DLL cannot run. Unable to :

> Gary
> 
> Thanks yet again for your help.
> 
> Gary Kuznitz wrote:
> 
> >Is there some reason you must have 3.1.2?  Wouldn't it be better to run the
> >free beta version 5.1 which defiantly runs on XP Pro?  I am running it with 
> >OS
> >400 v4r4.
> >
> Where can I get it? Will it run with V3R7?
> 
> Many thanks
> 
> Rob
> 
> >
> >Gary Kuznitz
> >
> >On 1 Sep 2003 at 14:49, Rob (Rob Dixon <pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxx>) commented about
> >Re: [PcTech] "CWBNACFS.DLL cannot run. Unable to :
> >
> >  
> >
> >>Having just re-installed XP Pro after a disk failure, I then installed a
> >>fairly old Client Access version.  I can't find out which but probably 
> >>3.1.2.
> >>
> >>Now if I right click on a folder anywhere I get
> >>
> >>  "CWBNACFS.DLL cannot run. Unable to get a handle to
> >>CwbRdr"
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>A search on Google produced APAR II10147 showing a solution dating back 
> >>to April 1997 but the solution is for Win 95 or NT.
> >>
> >>I am also getting slow log on, etc.
> >>
> >>The APAR reads
> >>
> >>    ______________________
> >>
> >>
> >>APAR#:      II10147
> >>Component:  INFOAS400 - AS/400 Information
> >>Release(s): R310
> >>
> >>Abstract
> >>CA400WIN95 KNOWN WINDOWS NT PROBLEMS V3R1M2
> >>
> >>
> >>Error Description
> >>
> >>** Last updated 11/04/97 **
> >>
> >>Contents:
> >>1.0  "CWBNACFS.DLL cannot run." Message box
> >>2.0  Slow logon, or CTRL+ALT+DEL to get to desktop
> >>3.0  Only printers displayed in Network Neighborhood
> >>4.0  Can't assign network drive
> >>
> >>
> >>1.0  "CWBNACFS.DLL cannot run." Message box
> >>-------------------------------------------
> >>If right clicking on an icon on the desktop results in
> >>a message box displaying the following error message:
> >>"CWBNACFS.DLL cannot run. Unable to get a handle to
> >>CwbRdr", then do the following steps:
> >>
> >>Go to Start \ Settings \ Control Panel \ Devices.
> >>Select CwbRdr, then Startup and change the setting
> >>from Manual to Automatic. Then reboot the PC.
> >>
> >>
> >>2.0  Slow logon, or CTRL+ALT+DEL to get to desktop
> >>--------------------------------------------------
> >>If logging onto Windows NT is taking 2-3 minutes, or
> >>if you have to press CTRL+ALT+DEL to get to the
> >>desktop, then do the following steps:
> >>
> >>Go to Start \ Settings \ Control Panel \ Devices.
> >>Select CwbRdr, then Startup and change the setting
> >>from Manual to Automatic. Then reboot the PC.
> >>
> >>
> >>3.0  Only printers displayed in Network Neighborhood
> >>----------------------------------------------------
> >>If only AS/400 printers are displayed in Network
> >>Neighborhood, then do the following steps:
> >>
> >>Go to Start \ Settings \ Control Panel \ Devices.
> >>Select CwbRdr, then Startup and change the setting
> >>from Manual to Automatic. Then reboot the PC.
> >>
> >>
> >>4.0  Can't assign network drive
> >>-------------------------------
> >>If you cannot assign a network drive, then do
> >>following before contacting service:
> >>
> >>Go to Start \ Settings \ Control Panel \ Devices.
> >>Select CwbRdr, then Startup and change the setting
> >>from Manual to Automatic. Then reboot the PC.
> >>
> >>  _______________________________
> >>
> >>I have found CwbRdr in
> >>
> >>C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers
> >>
> >>last modified 02/01/1997 (UK date) at 3.12
> >>
> >>I have no idea how to achieve a similar result in XP Pro.
> >>
> >>Any ideas please?
> >>
> >>
> >>Many thanks
> >>
> >>Rob Dixon
> >>
> >>
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