Wireless and 1394 errors on startup

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by =?Utf-8?B?Qm9iIEN1ZG1vcmU=?=, Sep 21, 2004.

  1. I am new to WiFi but have managed to establish a network at home between my
    desktop and laptop. Using a 1394 connection from desktop to Linksys Access
    Point (Wireless G) and a Linksys USB WiFi adapter. The desktop is XP
    Professional SP1 and the Laptop is a Toshiba with Wifi built in via Centrino.
    On bootup on the desktop I get an ndis.exe error saying that temp files in
    c:\documents and Settings\bob\local settings\temp are not valid windows
    images. The files in question are xta5.tmp, exa3b.tmp, dxa3c.tmp and
    gxa3e.tmp. I think ndis is linked with the 1394 interface but have not a
    clue about the files, how to validate them or relocate them so these errors
    are cleared. Can anybody help me?

    Many thanks
    =?Utf-8?B?Qm9iIEN1ZG1vcmU=?=, Sep 21, 2004
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  2. Ok, Think I found the answer in microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain -
    Thank you Carey Frisch [MVP]. Seems this is linked to spyware and a problem
    to resolve. But at least I know where to go now.


    "Bob Cudmore" wrote:

    > I am new to WiFi but have managed to establish a network at home between my
    > desktop and laptop. Using a 1394 connection from desktop to Linksys Access
    > Point (Wireless G) and a Linksys USB WiFi adapter. The desktop is XP
    > Professional SP1 and the Laptop is a Toshiba with Wifi built in via Centrino.
    > On bootup on the desktop I get an ndis.exe error saying that temp files in
    > c:\documents and Settings\bob\local settings\temp are not valid windows
    > images. The files in question are xta5.tmp, exa3b.tmp, dxa3c.tmp and
    > gxa3e.tmp. I think ndis is linked with the 1394 interface but have not a
    > clue about the files, how to validate them or relocate them so these errors
    > are cleared. Can anybody help me?
    >
    > Many thanks
    >
    =?Utf-8?B?Qm9iIEN1ZG1vcmU=?=, Sep 21, 2004
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