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Petr

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  1. You can use these tables, they were already described somwhere here. http://old.winpack.org/petr/win98_internat_files.html http://old.winpack.org/petr/win98_internat_fixes.html Please keep in mind that these tables were created in November 2005 and some information may be obsoleted. Petr
  2. It updates all time zones if necessary for year 2007 and adds some new. You can download the complete list of changes from my previous post. Please note that the time zone names are in English. Petr
  3. But NOT both, right? I think i'll try the first since it says 'Intel.' Thanks. No both, of course. Both drivers are made by Orangeware, the first one is special Intel edition with support of ICH4 and ICH5 southbridges and Windows 9x only, it is dated 4/01/2003. The second one is newest Orangeware driver for Windows 9x/2000/XP, supports ICH4 only and is dated 3/1/2006. I don't know which one will be better for you. This ID is supported by these drivers: http://sony.storagesupport.com/floppydrive/mpf82e.htm http://sony.storagesupport.com/floppydrive...in98drivers.zip
  4. I used REGMON on my Win98SE computer and then looked for the value using regedit search function. Petr
  5. Then you can use any of the following Orangeware USB 2.0 drivers: ftp://ftp.abitshop.com/pub/driver2/intel_usb/1102.exe (version 1.01.0000.2) http://old.winpack.org/petr/U2v242.exe (version 2.04.0002.0) Regarding the Sony USB floppy drive, what model do you have? You can read it by http://old.winpack.org/petr/usbview.exe utility, just check "Config Descriptors" and "Refresh" (F5). At least post idVendor and idProduct. Here are some Windows 98 drivers for Sony USB FDD: http://sony.storagesupport.com/floppydrive/mpf82e.htm http://www-3.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/d...cid=MIGR-4P52BK http://sony.storagesupport.com/floppydrive...in98drivers.zip Regards, Petr
  6. Have you used the same piece or same type of NIC in these different PCs? I have reviewed this thread again and I think it is necessary to eliminate possible points of failures step-by-step. According to your description the problem appears when there are too many outgoing connections, right? It may be problem of the NIC driver so I'd try different NIC with different chip from different manufacturer, e.g. 3COM 3C905B or C or Intel® PRO/1000 GT just to name some below €30. Maybe some of your friends will have some or you can buy one very cheap at http://search.ebay.at/3c905b This would be the first and easy step. You can also try to look at the status of the network using netstat command - using -s, -e and other parameters you can find how many concurrent connections you have and other statistics. You can also try to play with various NIC parameters. But I'd start with different NIC to eliminate possible driver problem. Petr
  7. Apparently it is this one: REGEDIT4 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\SessionManager\KnownDLLs] "RSABASE"="RSABASE.DLL" I also don't know where to find that 0xC1CA61B0\RSABASE (in my case) means the above mentioned key and value. Petr
  8. Hu$tle, nobody has replied to my observations and suggestions so I have no idea what is the real dimension of the problem, it looked like just and only I have the problem. I have reported the problem in this thread on May 2 2005, more than 19 months ago. There was suggestion to use Microsoft umss driver instead of these partially working files taken from Windows Me, but I never was able to compile it and again nobody was interested in this way. If everybody is happy with the current state why should I try to change it? Petr
  9. NUSB support of USB floppy drives is broken, it should be removed, I wrote about it in this thread twice already but it was not corrected yet. Use manufacturer supplied driver instead. You need manufacturer supplied driver to support USB 2.0 in Windows 98, you can use Everest to identify the USB 2.0 controller, this is the example: --------[ PCI Devices ]----------------------------------------------------------------- [ VIA USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller ] Device Properties: Device Description VIA USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller Bus Type PCI Bus / Device / Function 2 / 4 / 2 Device ID 1106-3104 Subsystem ID 1106-3104 Device Class 0C03 (USB Controller) Revision 63 Fast Back-to-Back Transactions Not Supported Device Features: 66 MHz Operation Not Supported Bus Mastering Enabled The important information is Device ID, Subsystem ID and Revision. Then I can point you to the right driver in case it exists. Petr
  10. Then you can use the above mentioned ASUS P5PE-VM or AsRock ConRoe865PE, ConRoe865GV Petr
  11. I never had any problems with i875P chipset and Windows 98SE, everything works as expected. AFAIK just SATA disks in native SATA mode will not work and may cause the problem you have described. SATA disks in PATA compatibility mode should work fine. This topic was discussed here several times, it depends what new hardware you want. The official support for Intel chipsets is: ICH5 + 82865G/PE/P/GV/82848P/82875P/E7210: no driver for native SATA/RAID ICH6 + 915G/P/GV/GM/PM/GMS/910GML: no driver for native SATA/AHCI/RAID, USB2.0, High Definition Audio Unofficial support is for ICH7 + 945G/GZ/P/PL/955X/975X: no driver for native SATA/AHCI/RAID, USB2.0, High Definition Audio, some ACPI (?) problems For example Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775-RH supports all Celerons, Pentium 4 processors and Pentium D processors up to model 820 and 940. The price in local internet shop is € 38 without VAT. Asus P5PE-VM supports also 05B platform processors and costs about € 41,50 without VAT and many others. Many other boards were mentioned in other threads here, e.g. AsRock boards etc. It depends on your needs. You can also use AMD processors (like cheap and good Sempron 64 2800+ in socket 754) with VIA based motherboard, VIA has drivers for both USB 2.0 and native SATA/RAID HDDs. There are many other options, it depends what do you expect. Petr
  12. Windows 95 Resource Kit does not describe ProductKey but ProductID: [Setup] ProductID=999999999 I have not tried if also "XXXXX-OEM-XXXXXXX-XXXXX" works. Apparently not, see Q263281: Entering OEM Product Key Information When Running Msbatch.inf Does anybody have/tried the OPK? Further discussion is here: Experts Exchange: Silent Win95 Installation ProductID-Problem Petr
  13. Yes, I'm sorry, I have not noticed "Socket A" but Sempron 2400+ in Socket A is no longer sold here. Why not to compare AMD and Intel processors in socket 754 and 775 respectively? Petr
  14. Just for completeness, this driver adds support for the following PCI IDs: NVIDIA&DEV_0183.DeviceDesc="NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 420 with AGP8X" NVIDIA&DEV_018C.DeviceDesc="NVIDIA Quadro NVS 50 PCI" NVIDIA&DEV_0320.DeviceDesc="NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200" NVIDIA&DEV_0047.DeviceDesc="NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GS" NVIDIA&DEV_0218.DeviceDesc="NVIDIA GeForce 6800 XT" NVIDIA&DEV_00F5.DeviceDesc="NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GS" Petr
  15. Do you have any details? I have 81.98 on all my Win9x computers since it was released and never seen any stability problem. And if you read release notes you will see that there were many and many bugs corrected in newer versions (since series 40) Petr
  16. I have just checked some internet shops in our country: AMD Sempron 64 2800+ (s754) ... € 33,60 AMD Sempron 64 2800+ (AM2) ... € 41,30 Intel Celeron D336 BOX 2.80G (s775) € 44,90 Intel Celeron D352 BOX 3.20G (s775) € 56,40 (prices without VAT) Intel processors will have much higher power consumption and the motherboard will be more expensive. I personally prefer Intel processors but at present, for cheap solutions AMD is better because there are no cheap Intel Core2 processors and also motherboards for Intel Core2 processors are expensive. Petr
  17. NDIS 5 driver should be OK for Win98 to WinXP. But I have seen too big INF file in some driver packages, Windows 98 can handle 64 KB max. Petr
  18. These boards (with these PCI IDs) are supported (beta) by the latest Catalyst 6.2 for Windows 9x: Radeon X*** "RADEON X300 Series" = RV370_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5B60 "RADEON X550" = RV370_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5B63 "RADEON X600 Series " = RV370_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5B62 "RADEON X600 Series" = RV380_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_3E50 "RADEON X700 Series " = RV410_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5E4A "RADEON X700 Series " = RV410_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5E4B "RADEON X700 Series" = RV410_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5E4C "RADEON X700 Series " = RV410_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5E4D "RADEON X800 PRO/GTO" = R420_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4A49 "RADEON X800 Series " = R420_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4A4A "RADEON X800 Series " = R420_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4A4B "RADEON X800 XT Platinum Edition " = R420_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4A50 "RADEON X800 PRO " = R423_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5549 "RADEON X800 XT Platinum Edition " = R423_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_554A "RADEON X800GT" = R423_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_554B "RADEON X800 Series" = R423_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_554D "RADEON X800 XT" = R423_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5D57 "RADEON X800 Series " = R430_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_554F "RADEON X850 Series" = R480_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5D4D "RADEON X800/X850 Series" = R480_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5D4F "RADEON X850 Series " = R480_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5D52 "RADEON X850 Series " = R481_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4B49 "RADEON X850 Series " = R481_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4B4B "RADEON X850 Series " = R481_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4B4C and IGP: "RADEON IGP 320" = A3_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4136 "RADEON IGP 340" = RS200_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4137 "RADEON 9100 IGP" = RS300_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5834 "ATI RADEON 9000/9100 PRO IGP Series" = RS350_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_7834 "ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 " = RS400_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5A41 "ATI RADEON XPRESS 200" = RS480_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5954 "ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 Series" = RS482_ENU, PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_5974 Petr
  19. OK, I really don't know what may help you or not, I just read that the Realtek driver you tried to install was incorrect. There are several ways how to identify your NIC. 1. To look at it and read the NIC part number or the network chip part number, for Realtek it will be RTL8xxx. 2. To use some program for hardware identification, very good is Everest, the latest version of Everest Home i build 2.20.475: http://old.winpack.org/petr/everesthome_build_0475.zip or you can use trial version of Everest Ultimate downloadable at Everest homepage: http://www.lavalys.com/products/download.p...=UE〈=en 3. To get the PCI ID of this board, it looks like 10EC:8129, in this example 10EC is manufacturer Realtek and 8129 meand chip RTL8129. This information can be obtained by various ways: a) read during boot on the BIOS boot screen B) use any utility for reading PCI devices c) use REGEDIT, find HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Enum\PCI key, and here are several keys, for every PCI device one. For example, for my 3C905C NIC it is HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Enum\PCI\VEN_10B7&DEV_9200&SUBSYS_100010B7&REV_30 - here is even additional information about the susbystem ID and chip revision. The ID you can use for identifiying of your board e.g. here: http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/iii/ - the a.m. Realtek you can find here: http://pci-ids.ucw.cz/iii/?i=10ec8129 This information could be also used for evaluation whether your driver is suitable for your NIC. You can just look into the INF file and if you see this line inside: %Rtl8129.DeviceDesc%=rtl8129.ndi,PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8129 it means that this driver is suitable for NIC with RTL8129 chip. Other possibility is to use http://listing.driveragent.com/ - for "PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8129" you will find the information that driver for this NIC is part of Windows 98 SE and what the newest driver is. With paid subscription you can also download it. Regards, Petr
  20. I am sure that almost every network card must be OK, starting with Edimax EN-9130 TXL that costs about € 3 and ending with Intel® PRO/1000 GT Desktop Adapter for about € 30. What Realtek chip is on your current NIC? Petr
  21. Probably in Microsoft labs only. It is possible to extract it from the iexpress package. Do you see any reason why to use this version? Petr
  22. BTW, Windows Vista 32-bit edition supports up to 128 GB of physical memory: http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/0...erInWindows.ppt At present, there is almost no use even for Windows XP x64 edition. Petr
  23. It is on your CD-ROM, in \tools\reskit\batch folder. In fact, you don't need any tool, you can write the inf MSBATCH.INF file manually. Petr


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