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Novell, new print server, NT, MD & bad crashes

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04-17-2001 06:23 AM
Double post here and T5,
Last thursday our network service guy installed a print server on our
Novell 4.5 for the engineering dept, 4 of us. Three of us, myself
included are NT4, one
w98. We were printing thru our own machines.

Everything seemed Ok til Monday.

When I tried to print from MD4 a Novell Login window popped up asking,
of course, me to log in. Yet I already was on the network half the day.
It would not accept any of my names or passwords. Clicking OK or Cancel
made the window go away and caused all the other programs to lock up.
TaskManager did not even show MD4, where normally when I crash it'll
show that MD is 'Not Responding'. Re-booting everything worked OK til I
try to print again.

After one of the re-boots when I tried to print I entered a co-workers
name and password and everything worked fine (!) Then just to make sure
I re-booted again cancelled out of the login window, crashed, rebooted,
and got the BLUE SCREEN O'DEATH stating I may have a corrupt drive
ACCKKHHhhh....

Re-booted yet again, ran Innoculan virus checher all seems OK there.

Our 'support service' is a little perplexed although they won't be able
to actually look at it 'til this Thursday

Any suggestions?
Whit

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