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Kurt_Aust

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  1. Although there are differences in the CD layout for an XP x64 source (mainly an extra amd64 folder) there are largely transparent to the end user.

    Work can be done on XP x64 on a 32-bit host with the exception that SP2 needs some tricks to be slipstreamed and some hofixes won't integrate (5eraph's works fine though).

  2. Due to the stupid WYSIsn'tWYG editor MSFN now uses I can't fix it when the main post goes awry, for instance when lists change from numbered sequence to bullet points.

    That is why it got moved to RyanVM, go by that version of the guide.  Note that some options got removed, partly to simplify testing, but mainly because some things not longer worked with the pure hotfix method but still did when using 5eraph's packs.

  3. Just got back from holidays

    Now while I won't try to troubleshoot component removals, if it doesn't work without removing any components, ask yourself if you did the following steps correctly:

    Note that nLite must be run with administrator privileges, you might need to disable anti-virus software and most importantly, slipstreaming Service Pack 2 must be done on a Win NT 5.x host (2000/XP/XPx64/2003/2003x64).

    If working from a SP1 source slipstream service pack 2 then exit nLite (if nLite is open it can interfere with the WMP11 slipstreamer).

    These are the things most likely to result in a corrupt file error (assuming a clean source), note that all the Microsoft downloads should have a valid digital signature.

  4. Thanks for your interest and suggestions PCBONEZ, unfortunately however due to changes in MSFN.org's forum software it is no longer possible for me to update or maintain complex forum posts like the main guide in this topic.

    Attempts at updating the main post always fail, previously I was able to work on it offline as a basic text file and just copy/paste it but that is no longer an option.

    I intend over the Christmas break to rewrite and move this topic to another forum host, but there won't be any updates until then.

    ATICCC.ins is correct at 0 bytes, at least that's what the DriverPacks create with the ATI graphics settings I use.

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  5. Neighbour:  What processor does your host machine have?  I ask because it turns out that while a 98se guest install fails on my current machine (Haswell-E i7-5930K) it installs fine on my old machine (Core 2 Quad Q9450) and I seem to recall something about newer host processors sometimes having an impact on other guest OS installations.

    135th:  I've fixed the SciTech Display Driver link but this stupid new forum software won't allow me to update the QuickTime Alternative link.

  6. Despite what others have mentioned VirtualBox is still the best option for Win98se

    Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 is almost as good but doesn't run on Windows versions after Win7

    VMware does have driver support but with no graphics acceleration, not even the software acceleration that the SciTech driver gives you in VirtualBox.

  7. Changelog

    5 Jan 16: Guide published

    7 Jan 16: Updated \Hotfix\rootsupd.exe & \Hotfix\rvkroots.exe

    10 Jan 16: Added notes for USB stick based installation and support for VirtualBox drivers without D3D

    31 Jan 16: Updated to support version 3.1a of Service Pack 4

    20 Feb 16: Updated root certificates and install PowerShell via Run1a.bat rather than .in_ file

    18 Nov 16: Moved to the RyanVM forums



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