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Client services for netware

by brainfreeze215 / February 1, 2009 11:39 PM PST

I wanted to uninstall client services for netware so I would be able to use the welcome screen. I went to uninstall it and the computer completely froze up. So I restarted and went to try again, but it wasn't listed on the properties window, so I thought that it was uninstalled. But then when I went to change the welcome screen it said that it still couldn't because client services for netware was uninstalled. So I went and re-installed client services for netware so I could uninstall it again, but every time I try to uninstall it the computer completely freezes up. Help?

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Never tried this myself,
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / February 2, 2009 1:21 AM PST
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That could work
by brainfreeze215 / February 2, 2009 3:46 AM PST

I'm away from the computer with the problem right now, but I'll be sure to give that second method a try. The thing is, when I try to uninstall it, the computer freezes and I have to restart it. When it boots back up, it says that csnw is uninstalled but then when I try to set the computer to welcome screen it still says it's installed.

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