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clueLESS
18-07-2005, 10:14 AM
I originally posted this under a different forum and got the basic do a web
search response, which I've already done. What I am hoping for is to impose
on someone with an extended knowledge in this topic to provide "childlike
explanations of what this service does. I thank any who respond in advance

(ORIGINAL QUESTION)
Under the thought that " Ther are no stupid questions, just stupid
people".... could someone explain to me just what is the :
ndis user mode i/o driver

Just curious so I won't take it as an insult if you explain it to me in
kindergarten like terminology. Much Thanks

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Shenan Stanley
18-07-2005, 10:23 AM
clueLESS wrote:
> I originally posted this under a different forum and got the basic do
> a web search response, which I've already done. What I am hoping for
> is to impose on someone with an extended knowledge in this topic to
> provide "childlike explanations of what this service does. I thank
> any who respond in advance
>
> (ORIGINAL QUESTION)
> Under the thought that " Ther are no stupid questions, just stupid
> people".... could someone explain to me just what is the :
> ndis user mode i/o driver
>
> Just curious so I won't take it as an insult if you explain it to me
> in kindergarten like terminology. Much Thanks

You should have also phrased the question here as you finally clarified in
your other post..
At 6:03PM in the other thread you posted this:
-------
I was hoping you might explain what the ENABLE PAGE TRANSITIONS
link is and how it differs from the REUSE WINDOW FOR SHORTCUTS.
-------

For those wishing to see the answers to the previous thread before diving
in - see the windowsxp.general newsgroup at 12:07AM on 7/12/2005.

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Shenan Stanley
18-07-2005, 10:33 AM
clueLESS wrote:
> I originally posted this under a different forum and got the basic do
> a web search response, which I've already done. What I am hoping for
> is to impose on someone with an extended knowledge in this topic to
> provide "childlike explanations of what this service does. I thank
> any who respond in advance
>
> (ORIGINAL QUESTION)
> Under the thought that " Ther are no stupid questions, just stupid
> people".... could someone explain to me just what is the :
> ndis user mode i/o driver
>
> Just curious so I won't take it as an insult if you explain it to me
> in kindergarten like terminology. Much Thanks

Shenan Stanley wrote:
> You should have also phrased the question here as you finally
> clarified in your other post..
> At 6:03PM in the other thread you posted this:
> -------
> I was hoping you might explain what the ENABLE PAGE TRANSITIONS
> link is and how it differs from the REUSE WINDOW FOR SHORTCUTS.
> -------
>
> For those wishing to see the answers to the previous thread before
> diving in - see the windowsxp.general newsgroup at 12:07AM on
> 7/12/2005.

Also.. If you have nothing "wireless", you don't need it.

Go to trol Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Services.
Scroll down to Wireless Zero Configuration.
Double click on it.
Set it to manual - reboot

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Richard Urban [MVP]
18-07-2005, 11:43 AM
Look here (from Google) http://www.ndis.com/pcakb/KB01010301.htm

And here (also from Google)
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wceddk40/html/cxrefndisuser-modeiodriver.asp



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"If you knew as much as you thought you know,
You would realize that you don't know what you thought you knew!"

"clueLESS" <clueLESS@witsend.com> wrote in message
news:90525812-091A-4598-8246-FE93C68F69B2@microsoft.com...
>I originally posted this under a different forum and got the basic do a web
> search response, which I've already done. What I am hoping for is to
> impose
> on someone with an extended knowledge in this topic to provide "childlike
> explanations of what this service does. I thank any who respond in
> advance
>
> (ORIGINAL QUESTION)
> Under the thought that " Ther are no stupid questions, just stupid
> people".... could someone explain to me just what is the :
> ndis user mode i/o driver
>
> Just curious so I won't take it as an insult if you explain it to me in
> kindergarten like terminology. Much Thanks
>
> --
> If it ain''t broke just give me 5 minutes alone with it!!!!!!!!

clueLESS
18-07-2005, 01:24 PM
Hey Shenan,
I'm a little confused by your reply. Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but I'm
confused by the linking of the IE ? on another thread to this post.
Sometimes I just don't seem to properly comprehend what someone is trying to
say, as in this case, so if you wouldn't mind could you clarify?

re:
You should have also phrased the question here as you finally clarified in
> your other post..
> At 6:03PM in the other thread you posted this:
> -------
> I was hoping you might explain what the ENABLE PAGE TRANSITIONS
> link is and how it differs from the REUSE WINDOW FOR SHORTCUTS.
> -------

--
If it ain''t broke just give me 5 minutes alone with it!!!!!!!!


"Shenan Stanley" wrote:

> clueLESS wrote:
> > I originally posted this under a different forum and got the basic do
> > a web search response, which I've already done. What I am hoping for
> > is to impose on someone with an extended knowledge in this topic to
> > provide "childlike explanations of what this service does. I thank
> > any who respond in advance
> >
> > (ORIGINAL QUESTION)
> > Under the thought that " Ther are no stupid questions, just stupid
> > people".... could someone explain to me just what is the :
> > ndis user mode i/o driver
> >
> > Just curious so I won't take it as an insult if you explain it to me
> > in kindergarten like terminology. Much Thanks
>
> You should have also phrased the question here as you finally clarified in
> your other post..
> At 6:03PM in the other thread you posted this:
> -------
> I was hoping you might explain what the ENABLE PAGE TRANSITIONS
> link is and how it differs from the REUSE WINDOW FOR SHORTCUTS.
> -------
>
> For those wishing to see the answers to the previous thread before diving
> in - see the windowsxp.general newsgroup at 12:07AM on 7/12/2005.
>
> --
> Shenan Stanley
> MS-MVP
> --
> How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
> http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
>
>
>

Shenan Stanley
18-07-2005, 01:33 PM
clueLESS wrote:
> I'm a little confused by your reply. Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but
> I'm confused by the linking of the IE ? on another thread to this
> post. Sometimes I just don't seem to properly comprehend what someone
> is trying to say, as in this case, so if you wouldn't mind could you
> clarify?
>
> re:
> You should have also phrased the question here as you finally
> clarified in
>> your other post..
>> At 6:03PM in the other thread you posted this:
>> -------
>> I was hoping you might explain what the ENABLE PAGE TRANSITIONS
>> link is and how it differs from the REUSE WINDOW FOR SHORTCUTS.
>> -------

I went to the other thread where you posted this and you had later come back
and stated your question a different way....
That is the part between the "-------"'s. I was repeating this here as you
did not seem to state it in your new thread. Every bit of information a
poster gives can be valuable to those trying to help - including alternative
methods of phrasing and later clarification. As you had added this
clarification in your previous thread - I felt it important for others to
see it in this new thread you started for some reason.

I made no direct link - only specified where people using newsreaders could
locate the original thread so they could see the answers that had not
satisfied your needs..

However, if a web page link will help - what I am quoting is response #16 in
the thread as presented here:
http://groups-beta.google.com/group/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/browse_frm/thread/61e83f0f47e6cecc/973921292e964a74?q=clueLESS+NDIS+general&rnum=3#973921292e964a74
( Short Link: http://snipurl.com/gbit )

That type of clarification made by the OP (Original Poster) could be quite
valuable to those trying to answer you.

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Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
--
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

clueLESS
18-07-2005, 01:55 PM
I think your refering to the Dumb Question post by Jim Betts. This wasn't my
post, I was only trying to further question a responder for some other info.
Being a new user I may have incorrectly linked the two together but assure
you that to me anyway, they were 2 completely seperate questions. The NDIS
thread posted by me and the IE settings ? posted in anothers thread. Maybe
thats where the confusion comes from. As a Favor to those like yourself who
have taken the time to help me I PROMISE to review the guidelines and tips
for properly using the forum so as to not cause confusion and worse,
possibly frustrate those trying to help to the point that they stop
contributing. My word of honor to be more informative and proper in my
posting. And no thats not sarcasm, just the truth.

Take Care
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If it ain''t broke just give me 5 minutes alone with it!!!!!!!!


"Shenan Stanley" wrote:

> clueLESS wrote:
> > I'm a little confused by your reply. Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but
> > I'm confused by the linking of the IE ? on another thread to this
> > post. Sometimes I just don't seem to properly comprehend what someone
> > is trying to say, as in this case, so if you wouldn't mind could you
> > clarify?
> >
> > re:
> > You should have also phrased the question here as you finally
> > clarified in
> >> your other post..
> >> At 6:03PM in the other thread you posted this:
> >> -------
> >> I was hoping you might explain what the ENABLE PAGE TRANSITIONS
> >> link is and how it differs from the REUSE WINDOW FOR SHORTCUTS.
> >> -------
>
> I went to the other thread where you posted this and you had later come back
> and stated your question a different way....
> That is the part between the "-------"'s. I was repeating this here as you
> did not seem to state it in your new thread. Every bit of information a
> poster gives can be valuable to those trying to help - including alternative
> methods of phrasing and later clarification. As you had added this
> clarification in your previous thread - I felt it important for others to
> see it in this new thread you started for some reason.
>
> I made no direct link - only specified where people using newsreaders could
> locate the original thread so they could see the answers that had not
> satisfied your needs..
>
> However, if a web page link will help - what I am quoting is response #16 in
> the thread as presented here:
> http://groups-beta.google.com/group/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/browse_frm/thread/61e83f0f47e6cecc/973921292e964a74?q=clueLESS+NDIS+general&rnum=3#973921292e964a74
> ( Short Link: http://snipurl.com/gbit )
>
> That type of clarification made by the OP (Original Poster) could be quite
> valuable to those trying to answer you.
>
> --
> Shenan Stanley
> MS-MVP
> --
> How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
> http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
>
>
>

Shenan Stanley
18-07-2005, 02:43 PM
clueLESS wrote:
> I think your refering to the Dumb Question post by Jim Betts. This
> wasn't my post, I was only trying to further question a responder for
> some other info. Being a new user I may have incorrectly linked the
> two together but assure you that to me anyway, they were 2 completely
> seperate questions. The NDIS thread posted by me and the IE settings
> ? posted in anothers thread. Maybe thats where the confusion comes
> from. As a Favor to those like yourself who have taken the time to
> help me I PROMISE to review the guidelines and tips for properly
> using the forum so as to not cause confusion and worse, possibly
> frustrate those trying to help to the point that they stop
> contributing. My word of honor to be more informative and proper in
> my posting. And no thats not sarcasm, just the truth.

Hah - no you are correct - my bad!
Admittedly I was trying to piece all of that together and it wasn't making
sense to me - but I was hopeful it might to someone else!

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Shenan Stanley
MS-MVP
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http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

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