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MrMateczko

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  1. Try installing the graphic drivers and see if it still happens.
  2. MDGX's unofficial updates use NIRCMD to kill some processes, maybe that's the problem. Try with this update, does it happen also?: http://www.mdgx.com/files/VBVM60.EXE Does this happen even if GPU drivers are not installed? (using default VGA drivers)
  3. HIMEMEX sounds interesting, will have to try it out (as well as XMGR.SYS) if it can fix the startup hang problem on my motherboard.
  4. Time-bomb? What? How can I experience something like this? I've read the rloew's post about it but it only deals with ramdisks and EMM386, I don't use both on 98SE. I've been using HIMEMX.EXE without any problems for many years, it is necessary in my case, as normal himem.sys makes 98SE not bootable on my ASRock H110M-DVS R3.0 motherboard. Without HIMEMX, it just hangs on the startup screen, regardless if I use the RAM patch with the /M option or not. I haven't tested XMGR.SYS yet, would it be better?
  5. As dencorso said, right after installing 95/98SE, just run PATCHMEM.EXE /M and forget about anything else. Don't bother with SPLIT8MB, Min/Max FileCache, or MaxPhysPage. For many years been running 98SE without ever tweaking FileCache settings, even before the RAM patch became available to public.
  6. Huh? You don't have to change ACPI settings in BIOS to make setup /p i work correctly. It will simply not use ACPI at all. I don't have options to turn off ACPI on my ASRock H110M-DVS R3.0 motherboard BIOS yet Windows 98 SE installs just fine
  7. Check this site, it might help: http://starman.vertcomp.com/asm/mbr/bootini.htm
  8. It's not modified, all the files are original with their original modified date, the custom readme is something that I've wrote Also, there are many copies of the 4.1.2.71 driver on the internet, but all of them are branded in the INF file (D-Link etc.), rather than the generic Atheros name. Before the FTP went down, it was the only copy that was not branded (although that's a very minor nitpick ), good thing it's now preserved. Also yes, the INF file does indeed copy the SYS file to the wrong folder, blame Atheros, not me Just move it to the System folder and everything will be well.
  9. I use this driver on my ThinkPad T42p with an aftermarket miniPCI Atheros WiFi card, they are the latest ever made Atheros WiFi drivers for 98SE (4.1.2.71), they support WPA2 fully and are working fine for me with Odyssey Client 4.56: http://shell.stare.pro/~mrmateczko/Atheros_Wi-Fi_Win98SE_Latest.zip
  10. Which driver do you use? What is the hardware ID of the GPU? Try these drivers (modify/remove subsys in INF if it collides with your hardware ID): http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles/vftp1gme.exe
  11. Enhanced Host Controller means USB 2.0, therefore it should be able to work with 98SE. (note the kernel driver: it's ehci-pci not xhci) Which unofficial USB drivers are you using? Try these: http://www.mdgx.com/spx/NUSB.EXE http://shell.stare.pro/~mrmateczko/U98SEUSB.EXE (part of the unofficial SP3, not an install option in the INFEX window)
  12. Any HD Audio drivers worked? (Realtek, Conexant, etc.)
  13. Latest version of AIDA64 still works under Windows 98SE without KernelEx and provides real-time monitoring: https://www.aida64.com/downloads Use the ZIP version, the installer version doesn't work without KernelEx.
  14. Use AMNHLTM instead of Rain and other such software (run bat to install and accept the registry change, then reboot): http://web.archive.org/web/20060212132151/http://www.user.cityline.ru/~maxamn/amnhltm.zip
  15. PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_81681849&REV_02 The SUBSYS gets ignored by the 98SE driver INF and shortens to: PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&REV_02 the INF supports REV_01, 02 and 03. You might try inserting newer revisions manually, but I've tried that before with no luck. These are the latest PCI-E Windows 98 SE Realtek Lan drivers which I'm mentioning here: https://soggi.org/files/driver/Realtek_RTL81xx_PCIe_FE-GbE_v5.708_11192008_Win98SE-ME.zip
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