Re: Crashing on Windows

King-Hang Chu (chu@waikiki.tti.com)
Wed, 27 Sep 95 10:00:01 PDT


I have the same problem when running CUSEEME on Windows NT with Beam and
Whiteside NFS/TCPIP or on Windows for workgroup 3.1 with Pathway NFS/TCPIP

However, CU-SEEME works fine on my other machine that run Windows 95 and the
standard TCPIP from Windows 95.

Hope this help.

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> Date: Tue, 26 Sep 95 08:47:48 -0500
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> I've got some problems trying to get CU-SeeMe running on a Windows
> platform. I'm trying to use it to send just audio between two
> PCs, or between a PC and a reflector. Whenever I press push-to-talk,
> the PC sends a second or two of audio, then freezes. Any hints?
> Bill Paulson, w.b.paulson@att.com
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