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Dvorak May 13, 1999 06:45 AM
"Could not initialize networking" at startup
It's happening on my PM8500 that I upgraded tonight. The really funny thing is that this dialog box that pops up at startup is totally bogus. It claims that neither TCP/IP nor OT is installed, but everythting starts up just fine and runs without a hitch. Wierd, and functionally irrelevant, but it is there.
Adam Bailey May 14, 1999 07:18 PM
I had the same problem (see <tt>&lt;;</tt>). Eventually turned out to be a bad TCP/IP configuration; re-creating it worked.

So check that, check your ARA configs, and maybe even your AppleTalk configs.

My configurations get corrupted every few months, although never like this.

[This message has been edited by Adam Bailey (edited 05-14-99).]
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