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Turn a dell pc into a server

Turn a dell pc into a server

Turn a dell pc into a server

I have been trying to turn a dell pc into a server. I know it can be done cause I have done it before. I try to load netware 4.11 and every time the system attempts to load server.exe it crashes and reboots. Can someone help me?

RE: Turn a dell pc into a server

What Dell are you using? What O/S is currently installed? How much memory do you have, hard drive space? Have you checked for fragmentation on the hard drive? How old is the PC? More detailed information would probably get more help :)

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RE: Turn a dell pc into a server

It is dell series T450. Dos 6.22 is running. I believe it is 13 gig HD with 128 MB Ram. Havent thought of fragmentation. The machine is fairly new, couple months old is all.

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