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k2x5

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  1. Thank you tomasz86! I installed BWC's KernelEx v18g and re-installed the combined .NET - works like a charm!
  2. Correct, I've found the same. But I'm not overly concerned with power management. The system has to stay awake 100% of the time it is turned on, and the power needs to be manually cut - so when it gets to the "It is now safe to turn off your PC" screen it works out nicely as an indicator of when to cut the power. Incidentally, I tried switching the Driver to "Advanced Configuration and Power Interface PC" just to try your suggestion - it had the same result as the ACPI Multiprocessor PC. The system no longer recognized the video card.
  3. I've got the latest HFSLIP2000-FullPack from tomasz86's Archive, and I have installed the 20141114_NETFX101120303540 .NET combined install package. I'm running into an issue with the combined .NET update - when I try to install the package it copies all the files into place and then near the end of the installer I get the error: .NET Framework Initialization Error C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\mscoreei.dll could not be loaded After a reboot, I get the same error every time I try to run an app that depends on .Net 4 Anyone run into this before? Know a fix?
  4. Just to provide an update here - I found a post relating to the HAL for the system and ACPI. During the original installation I took the default HAL which shows up as "ACPI Multiprocessor PC". I changed the driver out for the "Standard PC" driver and after re-installing all the system drivers, it detects and installs my PCI video card without issue. (VisionTek Radeon 7000) Now, I've just got to sort out a problem with .NET and I'm good to go!
  5. Hi all, I've been reading through the many posts here, and I'm just wondering if someone can point me in the right direction. I've been trying to set up a PC to run on Windows 2K Pro but obviously drivers have been an issue. After a lot of time searching around I have nearly everything working properly; however I have one very bizarre issue. When I plug my monitor into the onboard VGA port, it tries to install the Intel 4600 Graphics drivers - which it installs, but upon a reboot it says it can't load the drivers. When I plug my monitor into a PCI-e card that I install, it doesn't detect it as a Standard VGA Adapter or ask to install the drivers. A device appears in the Device Manager called "PCI standard PCI-to-PCI bridge" with a yellow exclamation mark on it. When I check it's message it says "This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)" This happens whether the video card is PCI-e or straight PCI. I've tried disabling all the other integrated peripherals in the Bios to no success. Specs: Motherboard: GA-H81M-S2PV Processor: Intel Core i5 The graphics cards obviously operate on a basic level here, because they do display something - however the maximum I can get is 800x600 resolution/16 colors. I just need to get 1024x768 out of it for my desired application.
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