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Mac Tichenor (71251.647@compuserve.com)
Wed, 17 Jan 1996 22:56:14 -0600


I've upgraded (?) from Windows 3.1 to Windows 95. I'm using a dial up
connection to access the internet and using the built in TCP/IP
capability of Win 95 instead of a third-party winsock.

When I try to start CUSEEME, it says it can't find a WINSOCK.DLL.
That's because Win 95 doesn't use one so I don't have one installed
anywhere. When I copy one of my old WINSOCK.DLLs into the Windows
directory, I no longer get the "cant find" error message, but it is
clear that CUSEEME cannot use this WINSOCK.DLL to access the connection
and I get a bunch of error messages, including something like "can't
initialize network receive connection".

Is there a way to get CUSEEME to do its thing through the Win 95 TCP/IP
stack?

Thanks.

Mac Tichenor, Jr.
71251.647@compuserve.com