'Network Neighbourhood' Not Visible in W98SE

  miner 16:10 08 Jan 2004

I'm setting up a network from my new to my old pc, both running W98SE. My old pc doesn't display the 'Network Neighbourhood' icon which I need to access to set up sharing of files and drives etc.

Anyone have any idea how I can find Network Neighbourhood? I cannot re-instal W98SE on the old pc due to it requiring to run Scandisk first. This in turn can't run due to something (I know not what) running in the background!

I have removed absolutely everything that could possibly (IMHO) be running starting with Roxio Go-Back and including firewalls etc.

  spikeychris 16:26 08 Jan 2004

Go to Control Panel, Network. Remove Client
for Microsoft Networks if it is present. Then add Client for
Microsoft Networks. That should make Network Neighborhood re-appear.

  miner 16:36 08 Jan 2004

Thank you spikeychris - that sorted it!

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