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Client32 NLM Problem

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I have recently installed Client32 for win3.11 on several of the nodes in my office.  They have all been working fine except for one.  After about two weeks of being run, it has come up with the following error...
'NIOS-201-109: An attempt to load Client32.NLM failed because of the module refrences an undefined external: CNWIpxGetBoardInfo.  Module C:\novell\client32\client32.nlm did not remain resident."
We use a dual boot option, giving the user the choice to use 16 or 32 bit client, and the 16 bit is still working great on this node.  I took a look on Novell's site for this error and their answer is to load the IPX.nlm first, which is the way we already have it in the startnet, so that does not apply.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Merideth Ritchie
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If your client 32 is the Windows version (not the DOS version before loading Windows), check if all Netware dlls are still the correct version and have not been replaced by olders dlls (when you install new software, sometimes (always I'm supposed to say!) installation programs overwrite dlls with older ones swithout noticing you...

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When an NLM does not remain resident one of two things has happened.
a) The system ran out of memory loading the named NLM
b) the system ran out memory loading a dependant NLM.
c) an NLM has been corrupted either at file level or after it has been loaded.

Things to check, compare to function machines
a) virutal memory settings
b) base memory, upper memory

Things to do.
a) Uninstall Client32, then re-install the Client forcing it to get all files from the original media.

b) Check for viruses
c) Unload all device drivers that aren't necessary are work up from there
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