"John Seeliger" wrote in message
>> Stay informed about: Speedstream 1022 Wireless USB Adapter
> Computer 1:
> CTX SAK266
> AMD K6-266/32 MB/Windows 98
> Computer 2:
> eMachines T1090
> Intel Celeron 900/128 MB SDRAM/Windows XP
> Installed the drivers and Siemens Speedstream USB Utility. Put them into
> Both have a green light on the LAN Utility. On Link Info, both have N/A
> both Link Quality and Signal Strength. Earlier, at least on the
> I initially had it at about 6% on both and moving the adapter around some
> made it go up to 13-20% on one or the other. Then I messed with some
> settings on the utility and was forced to reset defaults on both. I
> changed anything since resetting defaults except putting both into Ad Hoc
> Site Survey showed nothing on either computer until I searched. Now
> linksys xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx 100% 6 No
> SpeedStream xx-xx-xx-xx-xx-xx 73% 11 No
> The site survey on the CTX has the linksys entry with the same BSSID.
> Basically, I guess I have no idea what I am doing as I have never set up a
> LAN, let alone a wireless LAN and there was only an online documentation
> it. No hard copy.
> What do I have to do to be able to see the scanner and printer from this
> on the other and what do I have to do to share files? Should I use 64-bit
Ah, no response yet. I finally figured out I needed to run Network
Connection Wizard. Did it on both machines. The CTX one did well, but only
shows itself in Network Neighborhood (Is there a "My Network Places" on
Windows 98 (not SE)?), but when I run it on the eMachines, it always
crashes. It freezes up and then wants to send an error report.
Is there any help for this?