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August 7, 2000

Virtually wireless
[Times art: Jeff Goertzen]
Wireless Internet is here but leaves a lot to be desired. Small, slow and limited describe it, though developers say the technology is improving. Story

Virtually useless
A monthlong test of wireless Web shows the technology has a long, long way to go.

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Incomplete installation causing problem
Q. When I start my computer, I get this message: "Cannot find a device file that may be needed to run Windows or a Windows application. The Windows registry or System.ini file no longer exists. If you deleted this file on purpose, try installing the associated application using its uninstall or setup program. If you still want to use this application associated with this device file, try reinstalling that application to replace missing file. Ndiswan.vxd." If I don't do anything, and just wait, the computer starts normally. Sometimes it will say "Press any key to continue." How can I reinstall the missing file?  


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