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  1. Something else.....don't know if this matters or not. On my desktop, the only connection I have is my Local Area Connection. However, on my laptop, I have 3 connections. They are: 1394 Connection (enabled, connected) Local Area Connection (enabled, network cable unplugged) Wireless Network Connection (enabled, connected) I also have the choice of bridging connections, which they were the first time I tried to install the router & card. They aren't now.
  2. I have checked both computers, and neither of them have the XP firewall enabled. I have BlackIce on my desktop, but I even tried exiting out of that, and it still wouldn't work. Both computers are running on the MSHOME workgroup. I hate to sound stupid, but I'm not sure where that is. I'm pretty new to this.....never had a network before. Would someone please explain how to check if file/print sharing is enabled, and NetBIOS over TCP/IP is enabled?
  3. When I want to share a folder, I right-click it, go to Properties, then the Sharing tab, then check both boxes under Network Sharing and Security. Also, when I go to View Workgroup Computers from my desktop, I get the following error: Mshome is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. The list of servers for this workgroup is not currently available.
  4. I can see both of them, I just can't access them. When I try to get into files on the other pc, I get the error message listed above. I have enabled Smart File Sharing on my desktop pc.
  5. I finally got my wireless router working, and got internet on my laptop. Now, I'm trying to share files between it and my desktop. For a minute it was working. However, as soon as I restarted my laptop, and tried to access the files on my desktop, I got the following error: //DESKTOP is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator or this server to find out if you have access permissions. The network path was not found. Both computers are running Windows XP, if that helps. I'm about at my wits end trying to make them work.
  6. It works! Here's what I did. First I went to the nView Manager and checked it so it doesn't start with Windows, but that didn't work. Then I went to Control Panel, opened NVIDIA nView Desktop Manager and unchecked the box that says Enable. Incredimail seems to be working fine now. Any ideas why that software would be causing a conflict like that? Heather
  7. Ok just reinstalled Incredimail and here's the error I get Incmail has caused an error in KERNEL.32.DLL Incmail will now close If you continue to experience problems, try restarting your computer. Tried starting it again, this time got another error saying Incmail has caused an error in NVIEW.DLL I'm going to try restarting without NVIEW running. Heather
  8. Well one of the guys at Dell Tech Support told me how to do it. He said to run "regedit", then go to both HKEY Current User, and HKEY Local Machine. Under each of those folders is a folder called Software. For instance, I just deleted the Incredimail folder from those 2 places. Do you think the problem has to do with the NView software that was installed with it? I can try restarting Windows without it running. I just re-downloaded Incredimail to try installig a fresh copy....will see if it does any good. Heather
  9. No, but I never use Outlook for e-mail. Heather
  10. If I remember right it just says Incredimail caused the error. Heather
  11. I posted this under the old topic, but didn't know if it would be noticed. Ok, I looked in my BIOS, but I couldn't find where to disable the card. So I called Dell, but all they could tell me was what I already knew. We took the tower apart and were going to install the card, but it had to be installed in the AGP slot, and there was something in there. We later figured out this was a bridge of some sort to my onboard video, because when we removed it and installed the new card, it automatically took off my old card. Everything is running fine, except for my Incredimail. Ever since I hooked the PC back up and restarted it, I can't do anything. Every time I try to, I get a message saying it caused an error in Kernel32.dll. This is the only program I'm having problems with. I've tried uninstalling it, deleting all files along with those in the registry, and reinstalling, but I'm still getting the same error. The video card that was installed is a Nvidia Geforce 4 MX 440-SE. It also installed some software called Nview, and NVKeystroke, and I have no idea what they are. I've also gotten some other errors with other programs, when I try to open files. Here's my Test Results from last night. Please help......I really don't know what to do except to put everything back as it was. Heather
  12. I wanted to add that I'm having other weird errors with other programs, and post my test results Please help.......I don't know what to do except replace the bridge thing and just run my old card. Heather
  13. Ok, I looked in my BIOS, but I couldn't find where to disable the card. So I called Dell, but all they could tell me was what I already knew. We took the tower apart and were going to install the card, but it had to be installed in the AGP slot, and there was something in there. We later figured out this was a bridge of some sort to my onboard video, because when we removed it and installed the new card, it automatically took off my old card. Everything is running fine, except for my Incredimail. Ever since I hooked the PC back up and restarted it, I can't do anything. Every time I try to, I get a message saying it caused an error in Kernel32.dll. This is the only program I'm having problems with. I've tried uninstalling it, deleting all files along with those in the registry, and reinstalling, but I'm still getting the same error. The video card that was installed is a Nvidia Geforce 4 MX 440-SE. It also installed some software called Nview, and NVKeystroke, and I have no idea what they are. Please help.....I have no idea what to do. Heather
  14. Thanks everyone. I'm having a friend come over today to help me with it also. He's upgraded his pc before so he knows a little more than I do. I've never had to before. Hopefully one of these days I'll get the hang of this. Heather
  15. Ok, just want to make sure I've got this right. In my Add/Remove programs, I can't find anything about video drivers. I'm not sure if I've found it in the Device Manager.....it's not under Sound, Video, and Game Controllers. I looked under Display Adapters, and found an Intel 82815 Graphics Controller......is that it? So I start in safe mode, uninstall that(if that's right), shut down, install the new card, reboot, get into my BIOS (I think with Dell it's F12), disable the onboard video, save those changes, boot into Windows, and install the drivers? I only have one slot on the back of the PC.....it's a business computer. That's why I plan to buy a new one. Heather
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