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[Resolved] Network Card DLL Problem

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by xico, Sep 1, 2004.

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  1. xico

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    After I installed the crad, a D-Link DFE530TX+, the puter asked me to put the Win98 CD in the CD Rom drive, and then it tells me that I don't have DHCPCSVC.DLL on the Win98se CD. How do I go about finding this dll?

    Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. Bryan

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    It is on the W98SE CD. It's in Net7.cab

    When it's prompting you, click on Browse and drill down til you have it looking in that .cab file on the CD for the .dll

    Let us know what happens.
     
  3. bearone2

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    is this an old or new nic card?

    was there an install disk/cd for the card? if so use it.
     
  4. xico

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    Thank you, Bryan! I'm gona crank her back up right now, and get it! (y) :D I'll let you know what happens regardless. Thanks. (y)
     
  5. xico

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    Got it Bryan! Got it! I'm on line again. Thanks!

    This is the second time my network card got blown out by lightening. Took the dogs for a walk, and about a half a block away there was a blast of lightening that freaked the poor dogs out. When I got back, I was off line again. Just burns the card, tho, nothing else. (y) (y) :D
     
  6. Bryan

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    Your welcome, glad to hear your ok now.
     
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    Surge protector? Or backup power supply? Not sure if that would help? Do you leave the system on during the storm?
     
  8. xico

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    I have a surge protector, but I've been seriously thinking about getting the backup power supply. No, I don't leave it on during a storm any more--when it gets close. But we have storms every day. That's Florida. A shower for a half hour or an hour, and then sunshine. Sometimes the storms come up so fast that if I'm out walking the dog, I'll get caught in the rain. The last time the thunder was so loud that Lilly must have jumped a foot off the ground. She's not afraid of firecrackers--normally--but she headed for home after that clap of thunder. I could barely keep up with her.

    But I guess that's what I have to do, get a backup power supply.

    Thanks, Candy. (y) :D
     
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