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MSM.NLM cannot load until NBI is loaded

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I am trying to install Netware 4.10.  I am receiving errors trying to load the Networking.  Trying to load MSM.NLM I receive the following error.

Module MSM.NLM cannot be loaded until NBI is loaded
Server-4.10-1574: Needed support modules are not present
Module MSM.NLM not loaded.

I have not been able to find out what or where NBI is.  I would appreciate any help that I can get at this point. Also I have tried a couple different NIC's, each giving the same results.

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kstimps,

Sounds to me like you need to get LANDR9.EXE from http://support.novell.com. You will find the files you need under \33spec, and \33spec\41x, or very similar.

Good Luck!
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