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    FK Doctor of Love
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    I tried to run "winipcfg" but it didn't find it. Does that not work on Win2k Pro?

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    k, winipcfg is renamed ipconfig in Win2k Pro, but when i run it, it appears to go the Dos prompt, but it runs it real quick and then it disappears right away before I can see anything

    how do i configure Dos to NOT terminate when program is complete?

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    nevermind, i figured it out

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    why dont you just have a mod check your ip and mail it to you? they can do that by looking at the bottom of your post...

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    On Win2K:

    It's not winipcfg.

    It's ipconfig /all and that will show the neccesary information.

    Remember win98 and win2k are two different things.

    mg33

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    Originally posted by mg33
    On Win2K:

    It's not winipcfg.

    It's ipconfig /all and that will show the neccesary information.

    Remember win98 and win2k are two different things.

    mg33
    correct - and if the info runs by too fast ~ there's always the /p switch

    MG - did you check your paging file?

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    whats the point in knowing your ip its dynamic and changes whenever you logon.

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    Originally posted by robw
    whats the point in knowing your ip its dynamic and changes whenever you logon.
    Well - not everyone's is dynamic ..

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    true

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    Originally posted by robw
    whats the point in knowing your ip its dynamic and changes whenever you logon.
    actually, mine isn't dynamic, i'm always connected at my university, and even if I release and reassign, I get the same IP number

    anyway, I needed it so my cousin could connect with me to play Links LS2001 golf head to head

    I whupped him
    [Edited by FatalJay on 04-03-2001 at 12:38 AM]

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    Originally posted by robw
    whats the point in knowing your ip its dynamic and changes whenever you logon.
    my ip almost never changes

    I keep my computer on all the time
    just for that reason

    and my cable provider refreshes its ips every 48 hours so if my computer is on at that time i keep the same one

    and if my computer is off and no one has taken that ip i get it again

    so basicly it never changes
    Its nice for running servers etc

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    Lansite: Here's my stats on the paging file:

    Background Services:
    Space Available: 1063 MB on C-Drive

    Initial Size (MB): 190
    Maximum Size (MB): 1000

    Total paging file size for all drives
    Minimum allowed: 2MB
    Recommended: 190MB
    Currently Allocated: 194MB

    Current Registry Size: 15MB
    Max. Registery Size: 35MB
    ___________________________________

    Application Virtual Memory:

    Paging File Size for C:

    Space Available: 1063 MB on C-Drive

    Initial Size (MB): 190
    Maximum Size (MB): 1000

    Total paging file size for all drives
    Minimum allowed: 2MB
    Recommended: 190MB
    Currently Allocated: 194MB

    Current Registry Size: 15MB
    Max. Registery Size: 35MB
    _________________________________________


    Does that look correct? Every now and then a message comes one saying that it's increasing my virtual memory. Not totally sure why.
    If you have any suggestions about what I should change, feel free to tell me.

    Thanks,

    mg33

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    Hi MG

    How many drives/partitions in your computer?

    You must have 128MB RAM???

    I'd suggest 1.5 times RAM PLUS 12 - to each drive/partition ~ that's how I have mine set and I don't have any problems with it at all. And I'd set the min and max static - for example if you set your virt. memory to 194 - keep it 194 min and 194 max - but do it for each drive/partition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_Opal View Post
    Ya..It's nice site to check the ip address. http://www.ip-details.com/ is one of the place to check your ip address.

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    that is some helpful advice, hopefully he managed to find his ip in the 10 years between posts.
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    Until I realised this was a 10 year old thread, I was going to suggest looking under the cushions on the couch. that's where I always find mine.

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    ROFL, UpNorth -

    best necro thread ever!
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