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reboot12

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  1. Nonsense! I use WinXP SP2 64-bit for about 13 years and works very stable. And install from a pendrive best using a GRUB4DOS - I wrote about it somewhere on the forum - look.
  2. @George King allegro.pl - AB9 KARTA SIECIOWA WIFI USB WI-FI ADAPTER + ANTENA
  3. 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?
  4. 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
  5. @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
  6. 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?
  7. Yes, you are right - I found and, for example, in the BIOS JetWay V266B there was such an option:
  8. 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
  9. Maybe it can be done from the GRU4DOS ???
  10. 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.
  11. 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:
  12. 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.
  13. I use Pale Moon 28.10.6a1 (64-bit) 20230413 mega.nz works well only at the first visit. At the following sessions there is a problem with displaying files and only shows an Empty folder The same problem is on Win7 To display files, you need to close the browser, delete the %appdata%\Moonchild Productions folder, start the browser and log in on mega.nz
  14. You don't have to install SP2. When the value of CSDVersion is default 256 DEC then install error: but after changing value of the CSDVersion to 512 DEC and restart instalation goes:
  15. @Adrian_ https://msfn.org/board/topic/183956-asus-b85m-e-with-core-i5-4590-code-10-in-device-manager/
  16. @FantasyAcquiesce Install MS Anna TTS: https://www.betaarchive.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=40135
  17. @verta Give the compiled version ntvdmx64
  18. @Danial Braine OMG! It's not about that !!! I want to right-click on a file, select from the context menu, for example, called "Copy to" after which the window selecting target appears and the field in which I can enter the new file name. A specific example. On the partition D: I have a long name ISO file pl_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_618244.iso I want to copy this file immediately to a pendrive in one step under another name win7.iso I do not want to copy a file with a long name, later change the name manually!!!
  19. @Danial Brain Bla, bla, bla... Read the first post carefully. The topic applies to the old ThinkPad T61 laptop.
  20. In QEMU (virt-manager) on Linux you have to do this: qemu-system-x86_64 -cpu host,-sse2 In QEMU on Windows: qemu-system-x86_64 -cpu qemu64,-sse2 In the Linux host system, e.g. Debian you need add the option clearcpuid=26 to the kernel cmd line in /etc/default/grub: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="clearcpuid=26" then update-grub and reboot To check if it works: cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep flags How to disable CPU Feature / Flag HLE "Hardware Lock Elision" on RHEL x86 - intel cpufeatures.h #define X86_FEATURE_XMM2 ( 0*32+26) /* "sse2" */ How to achieve the same for Windows without using a virtual machine? I found it: set-sse2-enable but this is a guide on how to compile their own applications so that they do not use SSE2 sse2_use_not_use.zip - test tools fo Win 32-bit


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