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Dial-Up Networking

Item ID Article title Pages
Q148154 RAS Client Cannot Browse RAS Server With IPX Only 2
Q149907 Browsing a Remote Network from a DUN Client Using Only TCP/IP 2
Q151760 Error 20091 When Client Dials RAS Server Using TCP/IP 3
Q161516 Troubleshooting Modem Problems Under Windows NT 4.0 4
Q162293 Troubleshooting RAS Client Issues in Windows NT 4.0 5
Q171015 How to Install and Configure Windows NT 4.0 Dial-Up Networking 4


Item ID Article title Pages
Q126380 Troubleshooting CD-ROM Problems in Windows NT 4
Q139986 CD-ROM Drive Not Recognized After Installing Windows NT 2
Q155053 Black Screen on Boot 3
Q156344 Plug and Play Devices Not Detected or Installed 2
Q170995 How to Install Third-Party Network Adapter Drivers 2
Q122926 Troubleshooting STOP: 0x0000007B or "0x4,0,0,0" Error 6


Item ID Article title Pages
Q152220 How to View and Remove Information from AutoDial 4
Q156569 How to Connect to Internet Service Providers from Windows NT 3
Q157807 Enabling AutoDial with Internet Explorer in Windows NT 4.0 3
Q161410 How to Set Up a Private Network Over the Internet Using PPTP 3
Q163391 Troubleshooting Problems Communicating on the Internet 8
Q169843 PPTP Connection to Multihomed Server May Not Succeed 2
Q161986 Troubleshooting Internet Service Provider Login Problems 8
Q166090 MSN Support in Windows NT 7


Item ID Article title Pages
Q121517 How to Recover From a Corrupt NTFS Boot Sector 7
Q124550 Err Msg: Windows NT Could Not Start...Ntoskrnl.exe 3
Q131735 How to Create Windows NT Boot Floppy Disks 2
Q135527 Err Msg: Windows NT Could Not Be Started As Configured 2
Q136547 Restoring Windows NT Dual Boot After Installing Windows 95 3
Q142065 Connecting Windows NT to Windows 95 with a Null-Modem Cable 3
Q151237 Error Message When Installing TCP/IP or Adding TCP/IP Service 3
Q166090 MSN Support in Windows NT 7


Item ID Article title Pages
Q135406 Steps to Manually Remove and Reinstall a Printer Driver 3
Q156082 Windows NT Printer Driver Support 4
Q160861 Printers May Produce Garbled Output After Print Job Is Deleted 2
Q163551 Troubleshooting Printing Problems in Windows NT 4.0 6


Item ID Article title Pages
Q100108 Overview of FAT, HPFS, and NTFS File Systems 9
Q103049 How to Manually Remove Windows NT or Windows 2000 4
Q130087 How to Troubleshoot Windows NT Boot Floppy Disk Problems 2
Q142865 Microsoft Support Policy on Hardware Not On Windows NT HCL 4
Q151414 Windows 95 Partition Types Not Recognized by Windows NT 2
Q151581 Cannot Upgrade Windows 95 to Windows NT Workstation 4.0 3
Q154538 WinNT 4.0 Upgrade CD Will Not Upgrade WinNT 4.0 Installation 4
Q155034 Dual-Booting Between Windows NT Workstation 4.0 and Windows 95 2
Q155563 Toshiba T4900CT Laptop Computer Hangs at NTDETECT Screen 2
Q155621 Comparison of Windows 95 and Windows NT Workstation 4.0 2
Q155717 Windows NT 4.0 Installations Cannot Be Copied or Moved 2
Q156530 Setup Stops When Inspecting Computer Hardware Configuration 3
Q156903 Boot Loader Screen Keeps Repeating During Setup 2
Q160495 Err Msg: STOP: C000026C Unable to Load Device Driver... 2
Q157912 "STOP: 0x00000093" with Security Dongle Adapter 2
Q156527 "STOP: 0x00000093" with Novell NetWare Client Services 4
Q161703 Stop: 0x0000001E Error Message During Setup 3
Q131303 Latest Windows 2000 and Windows NT Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) 1
Q168931 Err Msg: Setup Was Unable to Verify Your <X>: Drive 3
Q171003 Stop 0x50 Error Message While Installing Windows NT 4.0 3
Q122926 Troubleshooting STOP: 0x0000007B or "0x4,0,0,0" Error 6
Q126690 Windows NT 4.0 Setup Troubleshooting Guide 26

Deployment and Unattended Setup

Item ID Article title Pages
Q153768 Changing the Default Installation Drive Using Unattended Setup 2
Q155099 Creating Network Component .inf File for Unattended Setup 4
Q155197 Unattended Setup Parameters for Unattend.txt File 36
Q155614 Unattended Installation of Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 3
Q155643 Case Studies Available Describing Windows NT 4.0 Deployments 2
Q155644 Available Resources for Windows NT 4.0 Deployment 2
Q156654 How to Disable the Installation of Exchange During Setup 3
Q156823 How to Install an OEM Network Adapter Card in WinNT 4.0 Setup 4
Q156876 Using UDF Files with Windows NT 4.0 Unattended Setup 4
Q157361 How to Automatically Log On After an Unattended Setup 3
Q157576 Troubleshooting Problems Using Sysdiff.exe Tool 10
Q157920 How to Prevent Welcome to Windows NT Screen During Setup 5
Q158447 How to Run a Program Only Once After Unattended Setup of WinNT 5
Q158484 How to Set the Administrator Password During Unattended Setup 2
Q159624 Err Msg: Incorrect Arguments. Consult the Windows NT... 3
Q163303 Sysdiff Cannot Be Used to Apply Service Pack 3
Q163554 Determining NIC Parameters for Setup Using Unattend.txt 4
Q170271 Description of Zero Admin Kit for Windows NT Workstation 4.0 4

Article ID: 179727 - Last Review: 10/07/2013 17:41:06 - Revision: 1.1

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