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Hi I'm getting this error message in Windows 98.  Does anyone know what this is:

"The Windows sockets implementation detected that the network subsystem failed"   10050"

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Vic
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The above Winsock Fix program is for Windows XP.  You can download a Winsock Fix program for Win98 from this page:

http://www.itc.virginia.edu/desktop/central/display/versions.php3?softwareID=67&nav=title
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