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Then through Control Panel - System - NIC try to adjust. These functions are part of the Windows API (Application Programming Interface). The node cannot be pinged, and does not bring up the login screen at startup. If any of these files are missing, remove Microsoft TCP/IP in the Network option in Control Panel, and then reinstall it. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r10622154-Help-with-Error-Code-10043-in-Windows-95

Twinsock "comm_open: unable to create socket (10043)" 12. Advanced Search Forum Windows Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME TCP/IP Install Problem If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Deleting these files could result in an inability to connect to AOL.MORE INFORMATIONTCP/IP files with a .386 extension are typically stored in the Windows\System folder. Bookmark Email Document Printer Friendly Favorite Rating: Error: "ping; transmit failed, error code 10045" (Last modified: 09Oct2002) This document (10013609) is provided subject to the disclaimer at the end of this

news.optonline.net [OptimumOnline] by anon404. RE: Ping error 10043 GlenJohnson (MIS) 28 Oct 02 09:33 Change your nic and see what happens. third what kind of card is it? by Patc » Sat, 16 Oct 1999 04:00:00 Tobias, Here is some information off MSofts Technet that may help: ********************* WINDOWS:95,98 WINDOWS ====================================================================== ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- --- The information in this

PING: transmit failed, error code 10043. PING: transmit failed, error code 10043. Reply With Quote August 2nd, 1999,11:35 AM #3 drizzle Guest If you are using TCP/IP as one of the protocals on your network check to see if it is binding correctly This file uses the 32-bit Windows Sockets interface.

I removed all bindings from this item, as I have been told it is important for security. JavaScript를 사용하고 페이지를 새로 고치세요. 쿠키가 사용되고 있지 않습니다. 쿠키를 사용하고 페이지를 새로 고치세요. The following device VxDs are provided for Microsoft TCP/IP and should be present on the computer in the Windows SYSTEM folder. However, the information provided in this document is for your information only.

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Also, the PING command may return the following results: Pinging with 32 bytes of data: PING: transmit failed, error code 10043. http://setiweb.org/ping-transmit/ping-transmit-failed-error-code-5.php By manually adding the virtual drivers NOT INSTALLED BY WIN98, two of my other machines do indeed seem to run much faster! Want high-quality HTML signatures on all devices, including on mobiles and Macs? Reply With Quote August 3rd, 1999,10:47 PM #6 dsolodow View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Dec 1998 Location Indianapolis, IN USA Posts 37 Search for that code on

The related DLL and helper files are WSHTCP.VXD and WSOCK32.DLL. PING: transmit failed, error code 10043. The IP, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS configuration is set correctly. More about the author Register now while it's still free!

I also must confes that this was after 3 reinstalls of Win95, easy and quick from the network, several attempts of reinstalling client drivers and TCP/IP stuff and finally after reading But I know I've seen this same error message on other machines, so I'm saving your suggestions for next time RE: Ping error 10043 GlenJohnson (MIS) 31 Oct 02 16:41 Glen Learn More Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Deploy Windows 10 with WDS 11 46 34d Injecting x64 drivers into WDS boot wim 36 49 11d Windows 7 home sp1

fact Formerly TID 2942877 Novell NetWare 5.0 Winsock2 Update with Client32 symptom Error: "ping; transmit failed, error code 10045" Error: "ping; transport failed, error code 10043." Error: "ping; transmit failed, error

by Princ » Sat, 16 Oct 1999 04:00:00 Quote:> I have a windows 98 machine on my network that ever since I took over this > site has not worked properly. When I try to ping any computer on the network I get PING: transmit failed, error code 10043 PING: transmit failed, error code 10043 PING: transmit failed, error code 10043 PING: If you don't know the proper .inf file, you can usually find it via find files, text search, "NIC description as displayed". Thanks for your help...................Now let me figure out how to give you the 100 points...... 0 LVL 5 Overall: Level 5 Windows OS 2 Message Accepted Solution by:jboddy1998-09-18 Accept this

wsock.vxd, afvxd.vxd Provide Windows Sockets-based access to TCP or UDP for sockets. Reply With Quote August 9th, 1999,10:14 AM #9 kenetic Guest This is obviously a PNP NIC, If your nic came with disk run setup or diag to determine what IRQ and Any other ideas? http://setiweb.org/ping-transmit/ping-transmit-failed-error-code-5-xp.php Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More...

We are sharing a DSL connection with AnalogX Proxy (working great). What can I try next? This could occur if a user mistakenly attempts to install the TCP/IP-32 files under Windows 95 when Microsoft TCP/IP is already installed. New Voice Technology Fee - $2 (edit: article was taken down) [ComcastXFINITY] by Darknessfall593.

fix Do the following: 1 - Try running WS2BAKUP.BAT to see if it is a Winsock2 problem. Check the MS knowledge base, that issue is definately addressed. Sorry ibmdoc, but it annoys me when people do not take the time to confirm what they post as an answer is correct or original (not previously published as a comment Close this window and log in.