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"Cannot find NETWORK.DRV"

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This error appears every time I run my point cast screen saver or run a setup.exe program to install something on my NT computer.  I have to press "close" in this window and then I can continue.  Is there a way to get rid of this error?  Tried looking for the file, but to no avail.
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Need more info.
what version of OS (NT 4.0 WS or Server, 3.51, SP1, .....)
I think you have installed a Netware client on your machine and now the file makes problems.


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My computer is running NT Workstation 4.0, Service Pack 3
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Ok, I think you should try to reinstall your Network option and try it again.
At what time this error occurs, before install SPIII or after ?

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