I run Windows 2000 Pro on a computer and Windows 98 SE on a second computer. They are connected by a Orinoco Wireless LAN behind a Linksys router connected to a cable modem.
I use TCP/IP.
Everything works fine with one minor glitch.
When I click on "Computers near me", if I click on the Win 98 computer from the Win 2000 computer, I get the hour glass and then a STOP error that disappears in a few seconds preventing me to read it and then the Win 2000 computer reboots.
Notice the very curious fact that I can access any drive of the Win 98 computer by typing its address directly.
I have some corruption, but I do not know where.
Any help welcome.
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