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    Error 41: Unable to bind (in NETBIND.COM)

    Hiya!
    I saw another question on here about netbind.exe, so I was hoping I could get some help with my problem too.

    Here's the scoop:
    I want to create a DOS boot disk to connect via DHCP through an Intel 32 bit PCMCIA NIC to an NT Domain using TCP/IP.
    I currently have a working NETBEUI boot disk for the PCMCIA card.
    I also currently have a working DHCP boot disk for some other ISA & PCI cards that connect me to my Domain via TCP/IP.

    I have included what I hope will be helpful info and files below, autoexec.bat, config.sys, protocol.ini, system.ini
    If anyone has a clue about how I should go about fixing this, I'd be forever grateful!
    Thanks,
    Jeremy Carter
    vizoere@yahoo.com


    The following is the text I see when booting (parens show executing command):

    Starting Windows 98...

    Microsoft Protocol Manager version 2.1 (device=protman.dos /i:a:\NETWORK in config.sys)
    Intel EtherExpress PRO/100 Mobile CardBus 32 NDIS v2.02 (980317) (device=a:\NETWORK\M32andis.exe in config.sys)
    Copyright(C) 1998, Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
    Memory Address CC000, IRQ 10, Node Address 00A0C938E271

    The command completed successfully. (NET INITIALIZE /DYNAMIC in autoexec.bat)
    MS-DOS LAN Manager v2.1 Netbind (NETBIND.COM in autoexec.bat)
    Microsoft Netbind version 2.1
    Error: 41 Unable to bind.
    NET0111: Error accesing NEMM.DOS. TCP 1.0 not loaded. (TCPTSR.EXE in autoexec.bat)
    NET0111: Error accessing NEMM.DOS. Tiny RFC 1.0 not loaded. (TINYRFC.EXE in autoexec.bat)
    Press any key to continue

    Error 7361: (null) (NET START BASIC in autoexec.bat)

    Here is my config.sys:

    FILES=60
    STACKS=0,0
    BUFFERS=30
    DOS=HIGH,UMB
    DEVICE=A:\HIMEM.SYS
    DEVICE=\NETWORK\IFSHLP.SYS
    DEVICE=A:\NETWORK\PROTMAN.DOS /I:A:\NETWORK
    DEVICE=A:\NETWORK\M32ANDIS.EXE
    LASTDRIVE=Z

    Here is my autoexec.bat:

    @ECHO OFF
    PROMPT $P$G
    SET PATH=A:\;A:\NETWORK
    NET INITIALIZE /DYNAMIC
    NETBIND.COM
    TCPTSR.EXE
    TINYRFC.EXE
    NET START BASIC

    Here is my protocol.ini:

    [network.setup]
    version=0x3110
    netcard=MS$M32ANDIS,1,MS$M32ANDIS,1
    TRANSPORT=TCPIP,TCPIP
    LANA0=NDRIVER,1,TCPIP

    [protman]
    DriverName=PROTMAN$
    PRIORITY=MS$NDISHLP

    [NDRIVER]
    DRIVERNAME =INTEL$

    [TCPIP]
    NBSESSIONS=6
    DEFAULTGATEWAY0=
    DISABLEDHCP=0
    DRIVERNAME=TCPIP$
    BINDINGS=NDRIVER
    LANABASE=0

    Here is my system.ini:

    [network]
    FILESHARING=NO
    PRINTSHARING=NO
    AUTOLOGON=YES
    computername=Int32MobilBoot
    lanroot=a:\network
    username=addws
    workgroup=H8NTMSTR
    LOGONDOMAIN=H8NTMSTR
    reconnect=NO
    dospophotkey=N
    LMLOGON=1
    PREFERREDREDIR=FULL
    autostart=basic
    MAXCONNECTIONS=8

    [network drivers]
    NETCARD=M32ANDIS.EXE
    TRANSPORT=TCPDRV.DOS,NEMM.DOS
    devdir=A:\NETWORK
    LoadRMDrivers=yes

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    Does a:\network\nemm.dos exist and is it a good copy?
    Vernon Frazee, Microsoft MVP (Windows - Shell/User)

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    Unfortunately, yes, it's the same copy that works on my other DHCP boot disk.

    Thanks for your reply,
    Jeremy

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    Hmmm... mind's a blank this morning. (Needs more coffee! ). Have you tried posting this over in the Networking forum yet?
    Vernon Frazee, Microsoft MVP (Windows - Shell/User)

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    If you don't keep up with security fixes, your computer|network won't be yours for long.

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