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  1. ClamWin has now been updated to version 0.103.2. Download page: https://clamwin.com/content/view/18/46/
  2. ClamAV native win32 port for use with ClamWin updated to 0.103.2 by sherpya. Download page: https://oss.netfarm.it/clamav/
  3. No. CD's do not play, but this is old news. The last version to play cd's is 0.86i. I tried running the stand-alone version of 0.86i along side 2.2.0 but it threw up errors about msvcrt.dll. This is no doubt because msvcrt.dll has been replaced in the system folder. You might be able to figure out a way around this with registry hacks (known dlls).
  4. I just updated VLC 2.1.5 Rincewind (UPXed) to VLC 2.2.0 Weatherwax (no subsequent UPXing). Everything is running fine so far. Kernelex 4.5.2 without later updates. Set VLC installation to XP SP2, chose upgrade and keep settings, running with default settings. Size of 2.1.5 folder: 56.8 mb, 667 files, 242 folders. Size of 2.2.0 folder: 112 mb, 718 files, 245 folders.
  5. Posted in the wrong place. New version mp3DirectCut. Still supporting Windows 98. Features: Non-destructive cut, copy, paste Volume change, fade, normalize, pause detection mp3 recording with ACM or Lame encoder Fast mp3 visualisation and easy navigation Supports Layer 2 (dvd/dvb audio) ID3v1.1 tag editor · ID3v2 tag keeping Cue Sheet support Auto cue (track dividing by time values) Track splitting with filename and tag creation Trim · Crop · Fast play · Loop play VU meter, bitrate visualisation High speed recorder · Command line usage Unicode support http://mpesch3
  6. You will probably need Rudolph Loes's SATA patch to get started with 98 or ME on that board. From the readme: The PTCHSATA.EXE file Patches the Hard Disk Driver ESDI_506.PDR to properly support shared Interrupts and to disable Virtual Mode I/O not supported by many SATA Controllers. The SATA.INF file is a modified, stripped down version of the Microsoft MSHDC.INF file. It provides the necessary support for Motherboard Chipset SATA Controllers that would ordinarily be confused with standard PATA Controllers. SATA Controllers operate in NATIVE Mode when PATA Controllers are also presen
  7. Next day I turned it on the 'distortion' returned. Oh well.
  8. Somehow I missed your post of last week. I only noticed it Saturday when I was looking at DougB's post about mplayer. I only use Nvidia cards. On this machine, PCI-e cards. I've tried several but the 'distortion' never went away. This week I tried a new one with a big heat-pipe on the backside. When I installed it, the heat-pipe blocked the PCI-e 1x slot where I had my network card. So I moved it to the 4x slot. At first Windows seemed to have no problems accepting the change. Soon their were even more display problems that had nothing to do with browsers. So I had to revert to the previous se
  9. I actually had no idea you were working on a wrapper when I first posted. I was just excited that later version of Mozilla browsers would work. I have now read the recent posts in this thread. Here is my situation. I have no problem with Firefox 3.68 on my regular machine (Pentium 4, AGP). A couple of years ago I built a modern AMD machine (Pci-e video, Athlon X2) and with the help of rLoew's patches installed Windows 98SE. Eveything works fine except Mozilla browsers made with Gecko engine 1.9x. After browsing for awhile video distortion sets in. It starts with just a few white lines in image
  10. You're right about that, but it doesn't appear to be a problem here. FF9 on Win98SE can edit the .rdf and .sqlite files, but cannot create them properly once the history or bookmarks entries are completely deleted. I don't know the exact cause of this, but it seems like it might be fixed with kernelex or a kstubs hack. What do you think? Something else: while experimenting, I saved my profile from Win98SE after copying the files over from Win2K and then uninstalled everything. After a clean install, I copied over the places.sqlite and localstore.rdf from the saved profile. It didn't work.
  11. From a sugestion by Drugwash, I copied my 'places.sqlite' from a Win2k working enviroment (FF23) to a FF9 profile on Win98SE. This gave Firefox 9 Bookmarks and, I only realized later, History. The Bookmarks Toolbar however displayed nothing. This was do to retension of an old file named 'localstore.rdf', as I did an upgrade installation from Firefox 3.6.28. Copying over the 'localstore.rdf' fixed the problem. There is no problem if you completely remove all Firefox preferences and settings and do a clean install. The History part is not just a leftover, it keeps going until you clear history.
  12. Thanks for the places.sqlite suggestion. Bookmarks are added to the menu but not to the bookmarks toolbar. However, if you copy the whole profile they are displayed. Obviously another file is involved for the toolbar display, but which one?
  13. Are you sure your card is listed in the inf of the driver? The copy of NV 82.69 that I have lists no 7800 cards at all. Windows may install drivers but refuse to load them on reboot in the product id is missing from the inf. You can try manually adding the id if it's not there.
  14. This is just an informational post for those thinking about installing Win98 or ME on a system with a PCI-Express video card. Right now, there are a lot of ASUS nVidia 6600 and 6800 pci-e video cards up for sale on Ebay. They're being sold as 'new' and are presumably old stock. Prices range from $30 to $80 with free shipping. The links are below. 6600: http://www.ebay.com/sch/Graphics-Video-Cards-/27386/i.html?_sop=10&_from=R40&Chipset%252FGPU%2520Manufacturer=NVIDIA&Compatible%2520Port%252FSlot=PCI%2520Express%2520x16&_nkw=GeForce+6600&LH_PrefLoc=1&_dcat=27386&LH_
  15. If anyone is still interested in this board; AsRock 4Coredual-Sata2, there are four 'new' ones up for sale on Ebay. http://www.ebay.com/...=item4ac5168bd1
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