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  1. It seems i wasn't integrating the correct drivers. If anyone needs the good ones i have attached them to this post.
  2. Hello everyone, i have the following problem: I can't install Windows XP SP3 on a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Li 3710 laptop. All i get is Stop Error 7B when booting from cd. I added textmode SATA and chipset drivers to the installation files but it didn't work. Ubuntu, Windows 7 and Vista can be installed and work without any issue. Is there anything else that must be integrated, to get XP to install?
  3. Cyberformer..if you want to go online with Windows 3.x you need Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows for Workgroups, a web browser...I just found IE5, the 16 bit version and drivers for your network card (if they're not included with Windows) You can find most stuff on HPC Factor and gaby.de You should also look on http://www.oldversion.com/, there is some old 16 bit software there. This guide here, Networking Windows 3.11 under Virtual PC, could provide some help for you. I ran a test on Virtual PC and I was able to go online with Wfw 3.11, so it should work on a real machine too.
  4. Hello everyone, I would like to setup dualbooting with Windows 98 or Windows ME and Windows XP. My system specs are: athlon x2 4200+ processor, 3Gb RAM, Geforce 8500 GT (512 Mb video RAM) video card and a 232 Gb SATA hard drive I have read some of the topics around here about installing these operating systems on newer computers but i still have some questions: 1. My Win XP and data partitions are below the 127 Gb limit, so the only available space would be somewhere above that. So will i be able to install win98/Me above the 127 Gb limit ? Is it possible to integrate the "127 Gb limit" patch into the installation files? 2. About the video card... I have seen the nvidia driver 82.69 here. If i add my video card to the ones already present in the inf file, would i encounter any problems? Thanks in advance
  5. usually "www" is configured as a subdomain for example.com. You must create a subdomain called "www" for your domain.
  6. Hello, i have this strange problem... I am sharing my internet connection with other computers on the network using Internet Connection Sharing on a computer with Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit with Service Pack 1. The problem I'm encountering is this: The other computers on the network can't open the Yahoo website (Yahoo Messenger works fine) , while other websites load just fine. My computer, which is sharing the connection doesn't have this problem. I have disabled the antivirus (Avast) by shuting down both it's On-Access protection and it's services from services.msc I have turned off the Windows Firewall from Control Panel but I didn't disabled the service since it is linked to ICS I have disabled Windows Defender from services.msc I have disabled TCP/IPv6 for both network cards I have cleared the DNS cache from the command line with ipconfig /flushdns I have checked the hosts and hosts.ics files for any redirection to for www.yahoo.com Is there something i'm missing or doing wrong? I didn't have this problem when I was using ICS from Windows XP SP3... Thanks in advance. ---
  7. Enable MAC address filtering in your router and build a list of allowed MAC addresses for all computers that connect to that router. This way only authorized machines will be able to access the it.
  8. I have encountered a small issue while running RP9 on Windows ME. It seems that the clock in the system tray is not skinned regardless of what theme I choose. Also it seems that not all icons have been changed when I selected a theme. The test platform is Windows Me with Internet Explorer 6 SP1 running inside Vmware Player. I have installed RP9Updates.exe before installing RP9.exe and deleted ShellIconCache just to make sure. I hope this helps
  9. i guess i'll have to install a complete version of vista in order to slipstream the service pack, vlite it and reinstall....
  10. I know this is not recomended since it always crashes the host, but there is any way to slipstream sp1 into vista using a computer running winxp sp3?
  11. To make a long story, short.... Q: Why would somebody use Win98? A: Because it works It's simple as that
  12. here is a tutorial to help you with ICS http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/xp_ics/index.htm
  13. I've been trying to slipstreap SP1 into Vista installation files under Windows XP SP3 and i got a blue screen saying that there is a problem with SPTD.SYS Is there an incompatibility between Vlite and Daemon Tools's driver? I copied the vista installation files and the SP1 package on my hard drive, so why would daemon tools get involved?
  14. I have a Asus PG 220 LCD Monitor and the problem is that the native resolution isn't available for Windows. On the CD that came with the device there was only some software for the built in web cam and on the Asus web site i can't find anything but the same stuff. Is there a way to force Windows XP to use a custom resolution for this monitor? Thanks in advance

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