Microsoft KB Archive/100650
Article ID: 100650
Article Last Modified on 10/31/2006
This article was previously published under Q100650
When you reboot after installing LAN Manager services for Macintosh version 1.0 on a system with LAN Manager version 2.1 or 2.1a and TCP/IP, you get an internal processing error at location 0270:0BF8 and the machine hangs.
The LAN Manager services for Macintosh work with NetBEUI, but encounter this problem with TCP/IP because of conflicts created by the ordering of TCP/IP and Appletalk drivers in the CONFIG.SYS file.
Edit the Device= and Run= lines in the CONFIG.SYS file so that the Appletalk drivers are listed first.
- Boot from the HPFS recovery disk for the HPFS file system or from an MS-DOS diskette for the FAT file system.
Copy the CONFIG.SYS file to a floppy disk so you can modify it on another workstation. Rearrange the appropriate lines so that the Appletalk drivers precede the TCP/IP drivers. Use this order:
- Save CONFIG.SYS and copy it back to the server.
- Reboot the server.
This problem doesn't occur if LAN Manager version 2.2 and LAN Manager Services for Macintosh version 1.0a are used.
Additional query words: sfm 1.30 lm 2.2 2.20 2.1a 2.10a LMSF