Paul J Collins
Thu Jul 13 17:00:14 PDT 2000
>>>>> "Jeremy" == Jeremy M Dolan <email@example.com> writes:
Jeremy> On Fri, 14 Jul 2000 00:26:29 +0000, Paul J Collins wrote:
>> Supposedly, the stack in Windows 2000 is a rewrite. Lots of
>> new bugs, I hope.
Jeremy> Interesting, hadn't heard that. Also it's worth noting
I recall diary entries on www.windows2000test.com referring to some
work on TCPIP.SYS to stop it blue-screeing.
Jeremy> that I used nmap's OS detection on my W/ME box, and it
Jeremy> detected it as W/2K... So perhaps thats using a new one as
Upgrading one version of Windows to another has never been a good
idea. A clean install is always the best course of action.
Jeremy> I've been having MAJOR problems with browsing the LAN in
Jeremy> W/ME, its eaither its implementation of SMB over IP, or
Jeremy> explorer.exe, but I'm rebooting even more then I was in 98
Jeremy> to get around it. I'm tempted to go to add/remove programs
What kind of problems? Stuff just not appearing in Network
Neighborhood? If you can't see a machine in NN, does typing
\\machinename in the Run dialog allow you to see its shares?
Jeremy> and remove Windows Millenium (its listed, since i did an
Jeremy> upgrade)... but what are the chances of that actually
The probability of the process completing with a reassuring message is
high. The chances of everything being hunky-dory after the mandatory
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