Machine Hangs; Repeat Rate too High in Windows 3.1, MS-DOS 5 (85551)

The information in this article applies to:
    Microsoft Windows 3.1
    Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 5.0

This article was previously published under Q85551


Logical Connection sells a printer sharing device that comes with a program called POPLC.EXE. POPLC has several functions, including clearing the print sharing device buffer and selecting which printer receives the data stream. If POPLC.EXE is loaded without the /NORES (non-resident) switch, when the Windows 3.1 portion of Setup starts, the machine either stops responding (hangs) or the keyboard repeat rate gets set too high.


To work around this problem, either do not load POPLC.EXE, or use it with the /NONRES switch.


For more information, please contact Logical Connection.

The Logical Connection product included here is manufactured by a vendor independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding this product's performance or reliability.

Modification Type: Major Last Reviewed: 10/14/2003
Keywords: KB85551