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  2. The black screen is after WinXP boot screen. I have already tested many drivers: 1030.2.731.2015 - not work hidden SSID 1030.21.302.2017 - delayed boot 1030.31.102.2018 - delayed boot @ED_Sln Your drivers are not version 1113 - this is the version 1030.31.102.2018 Maybe it would help change any options in the regedit?
  3. HW ID: USB\VID_0BDA&PID_F179 Installed Drivers: 0002-Realtek_WindowsDriver_1030.25.0701.2017.zip Driver name: Realtek RTL8188FTV Wireless LAN 802.11n USB 2.0 Network Adapter The card works well under WinXP 32-bit or 64-bit but there is a problem when starting the system. Booting (cold start) is interrupted for 50-60 seconds - black screen. With the system restart (warm boot) everything is OK
  4. @kocoman Replace UefiSeven with Flashboot 3.3n loader - then you don't need a graphic card driver: https://www.betaarchive.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=474419#p474419
  5. I found interesting tool for change CPUID Name from Windows 32-bit - tested WinXP SP2: amdp4_test.zip I modified my own name in the hex editor :-) Can someone change the source code msr_test.exe to modify the SSE2 CPUID?
  6. Yes, you are right - I found and, for example, in the BIOS JetWay V266B there was such an option:
  7. There is no for Windows but it is in Grub2 - WRMSR command I just don't know what registry address to change the bit 26 SSE2: I also found a msr-cmd.exe tool for Windows but I don't know how to use it to edit bit 26 SSE2: Usage: msr-cmd.exe [options] read <reg> msr-cmd.exe [options] write <reg> <edx(63~32)> <eax(31~0)> msr-cmd.exe [options] -l write <reg> <hex_val(63~0)> msr-cmd.exe [options] rmw <reg> <h bit> <l bit> <unmasked_hex_val> msr-cmd.exe [options] rmwmask <reg> <mask(63~0)> <unmasked_hex_val> msr-cmd.exe [options] getbit <reg> <#bit> msr-cmd.exe [options] setbit <reg> <#bit> <0/1> Options: -s write only do not read back -d data only, not to print column item name -g <GRP> processor group (default: 0) to apply 'A' or 'a' to apply to all available processors groups by default, a group can contain up to 64 logical processors However, I modified another - IA32_CLOCK_MODULATION 0x19A register without any problems in GRUB2: wrmsr 0x19a 0x12 or under WinXP 64-bit with msr-cmd.exe: msr-cmd read 0x19a msr_read(): CPU 0 reg: 0x0000019a edx: 0x00000000 eax: 0x00000002 msr-cmd write 0x19a 0x00000000 0x00000012 msr_write(): ret: CPU 0 reg: 0x0000019a edx: 0x00000000 eax: 0x00000012
  8. Maybe it can be done from the GRU4DOS ???
  9. I use mega.nz as a cloud to upload my files and not just download someone's. P.S. Besides, there is a different way for the files to be displayed - just browse mega.nz in the private window.
  10. I found a way - you need to turn on the Wipe all local metadata when logging out option in Security > Metadata and always log out from the mega.nz instead of closing the window:
  11. I don't want another because everything works well for me except mega.nz It seems that the browser saves on disk some setting at the first visit but these are probably not cookies.

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