In case anyone comes across this Win98 issue, I'm attaching the NDIS.VXD file. Thanks, for that Advanced Parameters site, looks Very useful!! My next step is massaging an XP vm and getting that setup on my client's new Win10 box (I guess running VM Player) so that he can run the old software while I re-write it for .NET and SQL Server.

N7I2S5 May 7, 2011 at 12:08:39 Specs: Windows 95 & Windows 7, AMD Athlon II X2 250 3GHz / Host: 4 GB RAM, VM: 256MB RAM Ndis Windows Protection Error - Windows 98™, 95, ME Nov 14, 2003 Repair While Initializing Device Troubleshooting Guide THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE MICROSOFT KNOWLEDGE BASE this one.If you didn't have a hard time installing this.. All Restart your open for further replies. General Initializing a Miniport Driver - Windows drivers Initializing a Miniport Driver. 04/20/2017; 2 minutes to read; In this article. When a networking device becomes available, the system loads the NDIS miniport driver to manage the device (if the driver is not already loaded). Every miniport driver must provide a DriverEntry function. The system calls DriverEntry after it loads the driver.

24/01/2010 · 2 hours ago, Goodmaneuver said: Quadro FX5600 nearest equivalence is GeForce 8800GTX which is not compatible. I might be able to test a GeForce 7950 GX2 which would be the best card if it works. The bottom GPU suffers from heating too much though and I was going to modify the heat-sinking before

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2/03/2012 · Alternatively, you can use search again to locate the ndis.sys file. In the search results right click on the ndis.sys file that is located in C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386. Open the system32 folder > click Edit at the top of the window and choose paste. Confirm your choice to replace the existing file. Restart the computer. If the ndis.sys The timing calibration code in the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) driver causes a divide by zero if the CPU runs at 2.2 GHz or faster. This problem does not occur with CPUs that run at 2.1 GHz or slower. To resolve this issue in Windows 98 contact Microsoft support. Microsoft does not have a fix for Windows 95. In case anyone comes across this Win98 issue, I'm attaching the NDIS.VXD file. Thanks, for that Advanced Parameters site, looks Very useful!! My next step is massaging an XP vm and getting that setup on my client's new Win10 box (I guess running VM Player) so that he can run the old software while I re-write it for .NET and SQL Server.