Direct cable connection causes network connection to be disrupted

Direct cable connection causes network connection to be disrupted

Post by Brando » Wed, 08 Oct 2003 08:10:46


I have performed a direct cable connection between my
laptop that has windows 98 loaded and my desktop with
windows XP, everytime I enable the direct connection
between the two pc's my network connection is
disconnected, why is this ? and is there a way to fix it?
 
 
 

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Hi group.

Hopefully someone can help me. I have done a CE 5.0 build for an x86 device
and can ActiveSync to it using any of the 4 com ports, but I don't see 'USB
Cable:' as an option, even though I have added 'Serial' under 'USB Function
Clients'. I think the USB Function Driver itself is fine because if I plug a
memory stick into any of the USB ports I instantly get another Hard Disk
show up in My Device, and I can read and write to that memory stick just
fine (Mass Storage client is also included under USB Function Clients).

I'm sure I just need to add a block driver or something specifically for
this but I can't seem to find any details no matter where I look. It's
probably already on this newsgroup but I've only just discovered this and my
ISP only keeps messages for 4 weeks.

Thanks in advance for you assistance,

Gareth Cole

Embedded Projects Developer. Ultima Control Systems Ltd

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

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