Re: (no subject)

Fred Salerno (salernof@gate.net)
Thu, 18 Jan 1996 14:07:13 -0500 (EST)


Win95 does indeed have a winsock.dll and a wsock32.dll.

You may need to re-install the tcpip portion of win95 through the control
panel.

On Wed, 17 Jan 1996, Mac Tichenor wrote:

> 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
>