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Author Topic: SharePort Network USB Utility v0.94---problem!  (Read 6391 times)

adidas99

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SharePort Network USB Utility v0.94---problem!
« on: October 04, 2008, 09:56:32 PM »

I updated the firmware and all went well but after i install the usb utility and then try to run it I get a blue screen memory dump... and this is on 2 different computers both dell xps running win xp mce... anyone have any of these problems??
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FuriaRi0T

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Re: SharePort Network USB Utility v0.94---problem!
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2008, 11:18:18 AM »

Actually, yes. It worked 100% a-okay on my XP pro machine. When I installed it on my laptop using Vista Home Preimum (32-bit base) it did the exact same thing.

I system restored it, and downgraded to the 1.12 firmware for now.
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Wal_

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Re: SharePort Network USB Utility v0.94---problem!
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2008, 11:19:12 AM »

I updated the firmware and all went well but after i install the usb utility and then try to run it I get a blue screen memory dump... and this is on 2 different computers both dell xps running win xp mce... anyone have any of these problems??

What router are you using? What device are you trying to connect to via SharePort, which OS? XP 32 or 64? Vista 32 or 64?
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FuriaRi0T

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Re: SharePort Network USB Utility v0.94---problem!
« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2008, 01:43:03 PM »

For me, it's the DGL-4500... hense the fourm purpose. My 32-bit XP Pro machine (wired) works fine with sharepoint.

The laptop is 32-bit Vista Home Premium (wireless). Whenever the program is installed onto the Vista machine, even before I log into the user account, it BSOD mem-dumps. I'm assuming it's something similar to adidas99's problem.
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