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North of Watford

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  1. Alas, my Win98 boxes are in storage at the moment, so I am relying on memory, which may be fallible. I am assuming that you have ClamWin already installed and that it is running full disk scans automatically somehow. So that will need to be cancelled. For cancelling within the program, see the configuration screen here: http://www.clamwin.com/content/view/23/55/ and follow the link to Scheduled Scans. If it is being fired up externally (for example by Windows task scheduler) then see here https://duckduckgo.com/?q=how+to+schedule+clamwin how some folks recommend doing it, and reverse any actions that may have been applied in your case. For Clam Sentinel go to http://clamsentinel.sourceforge.net/ to download your choice of installer or non-installer as you wish. There are two user guide linked at the bottom of that page. I hope that helps.
  2. I use Clam Sentinel (at http://clamsentinel.sourceforge.net/ ) and set it to scan only files that are newly written to disk. Then manually set ClamWin off to do a whole disk scan when I know I am going to be away from the machine for a long time. [The same difficulty with Clam happens on my Linux box. If only there were something similar to adopt!]
  3. I settled on Teamviewer 8 as the last version able to run on Win98SE. Alas I cannot confirm it still works on Win98 as that box is packed away at present pending a house move, but version 8 has recently run on my Linux box to take control of a remote Win7 box, so they don't seem to be blocking that version. It can be found here: https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Knowledge-Base/Download-TeamViewer-8-and-9/ta-p/78348 As this version is now the oldest on their web site, I would be inclined to get a copy now, just in case ... ! If you really want version 6, there is a Windows copy here: http://www.oldversion.com/windows/teamviewer-6-0
  4. I happily use Scramdisk, which is one of the precursors to Truecrypt. You might also try E4M (Encryption for the Masses) which was another precursor. Scramdisk also has a Linux spin off for multi-boot systems, but I guess you will find none of these work on modern WinNT systems (such as Win7 or later) This page appears to have a copy of Scramdisk for download, though I cannot vouch for it: http://aplusfreeware.com/categories/LFWV/misc.html For Scramdisk for Linux see here: http://sd4l.sourceforge.net/ YMMV
  5. I know this is a long thread, but I believe the answer can be found in the earlier pages.
  6. You will see that he has been active recently on the fools design site I showed you above, and there is a series of comments that you have been actively contributing to on Techtalk.cc . If anyone knows the answer, it is to be found there.
  7. Normally to be found here: http://www.foolsdesign.org/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=65
  8. Has anyone had any success with QupZilla (Webkit/Qt based)? I have tried umpteen variations of compatibility settings, and get an immediate crash every time.
  9. Well, as I haven't contributed to this very worthwhile & necessary project so far, now is obviously the time to volunteer. Depending on how real life is going (demanding customers etc) there might be a few days gap between times that I can attend to this filing etc task. If that is OK with everyone, I'm happy to have a go. Email the info collections etc to: w98sesp3 -at- isonews2.com Jeff [Address deliberately split over three lines to inhibit spam@ddress.scraper.bots.org ]
  10. Before we all conclude that the VIA USB problem has been resolved, I may have a problem. This is not yet definitive, proven or reproducible, I need to do a lot more work on it for reasons that will become obvious. I recently updated one of my Win98 boxes (the one with a VIA chipset for everything) using SP3.10 . I was interrupted in the course of the job, and am not certain that I did it correctly. I then used the box without any difficulty until yesterday when I plugged in a USB stick for the first time. Immediate BSOD! Cleared with one click of the space bar, and continued to check the stick for contents, including opening a couple of files. Then I went to remove the stick using the remove media button in the tray. Another immediate BSOD that flickered on pressing the space bar, but looped back to the same location. Resolved by a power off. I am pretty sure that I hadn't done something right earlier. Request: is there a consolidated list of all the files and version numbers that should be on a correctly updated box; files that have been installed by the updating process? As soon as I find out what was the cause, I'll be right back to 'fess up, so that others can avoid the trap. Jeff
  11. Alas, it has been far too long since I have been able to contribute any encouragement or testing to this project. [As Macmillan said to a newspaper reporter during one election campaign: "Events, dear boy, events!"] I have been watching this marvellous exercise in backporting develop over the 8 or 9 "dots" since Problemchyld picked it up by the scruff of its neck and started driving it forward. Very many thanks for the efforts that have gone into it. My present W98SE system is too important to me and far too fragile to update in place. When I make the time to be able to start again from a reformat I will do so. In the meantime, thanks again to all who lead, contribute and test. Jeff
  12. I too think that we will have to settle with Opera 11.64 as the last that will work sensibly. I am actually using Opera 12 to post this reply (Win98SE+KernelEx4.5.2), BUT there is much that is a pain: - Plug-in wrapper crashes on launch - default support from KernelEx shows web pages, but the menu system has largely vanished - Windows 2000 SP4 support from KernelEx has the menu system, but only shows blank pages - clearly compiled with a Windows 2000 or later compiler, it will not print (for all the reasons that have been discussed at length elsewhere. All in all, Opera 12 seems to be a non-starter. Jeff PS If relevant, it was Opera-USB 12 that I unzipped to a suitable drive, and ran.
  13. "Trend Micro has confirmed ... " of course means the exact opposite. It is the default announcement for every site that they have not inspected and about which classification no one has objected. My employer uses Trend Micro to safeguard his employees from looking at things they should not. I have submitted a large number of perfectly innocuous sites for reclassification from "Disease Vector" to something correct.
  14. I'm another satisfied NetMeter user, never had a problem with it in five or so years, with or without KernelEx. NetMeter didn't used to be portable. So I kept another program on my USB stick for running on other people's PCs. Written as an example for programmers, it is here: http://delphi.about.com/od/fullcodeprojects/l/aa112903a.htm It does not store any details or usage at all, whereas NetMeter does.
  15. Why should I hate you for suggesting that I "upgrade" my browser, everyone else does! Maybe you can tell me if this version of Firefox3 actually prints in Win98 with KernelEx. If it does, I'll consider it, otherwise there is no chance of my using it. I am running KernelEx on most of my Win98 machines, that is no problem. So, does anyone have a copy of the LogMeIn .xpi before the current version? I have spoken to LogMeIn, and raised a ticket. The ticket was cancelled with only a blank message where the helpful bit should have been, and the techie on the phone effectively told me to get lost.
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