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Well I set up a network, only 2 computers at this time. One runs XP the other 98. Now on the 98 machine I set up WideFS it works, it runs AI Bridge and my EICAS software with no problems.I downloaded a copy of Squawkbox version 2.3 build 4 as I understnad this version works great for networked systems. I placed all files in right locations and get WideFS FS2K Over-ride active. But when I go to connect I get....SQUAWKBOX caused an invalid page fault inmodule MSVCRT.DLL at 0167:7800a39f.SQUAWKBOX caused an invalid page fault inmodule MSVCRT.DLL at 0167:7800a39f.Registers:EAX=00680110 CS=0167 EIP=7800a39f EFLGS=00010283EBX=007482fc SS=016f ESP=00680000 EBP=00680008ECX=006800e8 DS=016f ESI=00442538 FS=33a7EDX=bff76855 ES=016f EDI=19930520 GS=0000Bytes at CS:EIP:ff 75 20 ff 75 1c ff 75 24 56 ff 75 14 ff 75 10 Stack dump:00680110 81b5701c 00680040 7800ad0b 00680110 007482fc 0068012c 006800e8 00442538 00000000 00000000 00000000 00680110 81b5701c 007482fc 00442538 When I open task manager after this message it still shows Squawkbox still running but unresponsive.So I reload the MSVCRT.DLL from the Win98 CD, this didnt work. I updated the Microsoft Libraries, this didnt help. Uninstalled Squawkbox and re installed it, still nothing.I dont know what else to do? I can reinstall Win98 but I dont think that is my problem. PLEASE can anyone help? Suggestions, Comments? Ideas? Anything? I want this to work so I can take the load off my main computer which has FS2002 in it and without Squawkbox I cant run some associated programs that have to have it on the same machine as they are.Thanks folksBrian

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BrianDoes your second computer run without a soundcard? I know I had a problem with starting SB on a PC without sound. Solved it by unchecking the sound checkbox on the splashscreen.It's a wild guess but hey, you never know...Cheers,

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You maybe right, the 2nd computer has a sound card but no drivers loaded for it. I will try it in the morning when I get home from work to see if that works. THANKS MUCH for the idea.Brian

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That was the problem!! Thanks so much fo the info! It was the fact that the 2nd computer didnt have a sound card in it. So I bought a sound card and stuck in it LOL Now just have to tweek a few things.Brian

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Glad I could help Brian. And I am amazed that this was the problem! You're the second guy I've helped with this specific problem in over two years! :-eekCheers,

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