Trey, I am having a lot of problems participating in the CT reflector. It is
probably because my little university's one-horse system does not recognize
DEC as a Internet entity. I will work with them to try and fix that. To get
registered on CT-USER required that I send a note to AD1C over the
PacketCluster because all my Internet notes to him were bounced.
Anyway, I have an answer for the VE3 that asked about a CT problem. Would
you mind forwarding my answer to CT-USER? Thanks.
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Date: Tue, 1 Mar 1994 10:08:31 -0500
From: email@example.com (RICHARD KING - K5NA)
Subject: Re: CT conflicts with IBM 750C
> I recently purchased an IBM 750C colour notebook, running IBM Dos 5 and tried
> to install a recent version of CT (8.21) on it. Unfortunately, CT did not
> run and the machine provided me with the following message:
> "Fatal Error
> Previously installed software is neither VCPI nor DPMI compatible"
This problem is caused by your storage definition in your CONGIG.SYS file. I
had the same problem. I think you have to take the NOEMM statement out of the
CONFIG.SYS file, but that is from my memory. I forget the precise fix and
whether you want to define the additional storage as expanded or extended.
Anyway, that's the problem area.
Make a copy of your original CONFIG.SYS file and file it away in case you
really screw up and then experiment with the memory definition of the
CONFIG.SYS and you will get the problem straightened out. Good luck.
73, Richard - K5NA