Georg, your response was most illuminating; so, I inserted this line at the
top of dillio.bat:
del c:\fdos\temp\w32dhcp.tmp       ;

then, as usual, after reboot, the packet driver had to be reloaded. opening
dillo, it worked properly; then closed dillo, reopened it, and it still
worked, indicating that the packet driver was still

  The question is, is the need to reload the packet driver after reboot
normal here?, and in any case, how might we bat-script the packet loading,,
preferably calling *that* from dillo.bat as well?

Rich, aka kurt.
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