Re: [NTLK] serial connection at more than 57600 on Windows?

From: Laurent Daudelin (
Date: Tue Mar 19 2002 - 10:46:59 EST

On 19/03/02 02:42, "Jon Glass" <> wrote:

> on 3/19/02 8:27 AM, Marco Mailand at wrote:
>> Did you never have problems with mass installation?
> I do this frequently, and have never had a problem with loading (unless my
> store is full) :-). In fact, just yesterday, I installed three packages
> together, from three different folders on my hard drive, at one time. The
> first one to load (Fort Knox) popped up a message after loading, and it
> didn't cause any problems with NCU or the installation of the next package.
> I have also installed a whole install of AN (on numerous occassions) and it
> has always gone well.

As Victor mentioned yesterday in one message, I too have sometimes to wait
when installing packages. I usually wait a few seconds after installing one,
because if I try too soon, a connection error happens. The transfer seems to
start, but never makes any progress and just hangs there. This is on a 2100
over Ethernet.


Laurent Daudelin              Developer, Multifamily, ESO, Fannie Mae             Washington, DC, USA
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