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  1. I've never had more than 1 primary partition on a HD before until I tried this experiment, but what is the reason you shouldn't have more than 1 per HD in Win98? I use GDISK instead of FDISK so it wasn't a problem for me to create them, and I have no problem changing things back to the way they were before (1 primary and 2 logicals instead of the current 3 primaries), but I'd like to understand why.I don't know why. Maybe this configuration is not tested and may give unpredictable or inconsistent results. Petr
  2. It is not recommended to make more than one primary partition per HDD and Windows 98 SE FDISK does not allow to create them. The ordering from my experience is as follows: - primary partition of the first HDD - primary partition of the second HDD (if any) - primary partition of the third HDD (if any) - primary partition of the fourth HDD (if any) - all logical drives in extended partition of the first HDD (if any) - all logical drives in extended partition of the second HDD (if any) - all logical drives in extended partition of the third HDD (if any) - all logical drives in extended partition of the fourth HDD (if any) I know it very well because I had several removable disks with logical drives in extended partition only and they did not move my disk D (logical drive in extended partition of the first HDD). Petr
  3. http://blogs.technet.com/sysinternals/ states: Petr
  4. You can get it here: http://thunder.prohosting.com/~ladi/e_cmd32.html#getver Other utility is Microsoft's FILEVER, it provides a bit more details including language version. Petr
  5. Just a note, there are no 16-bit PE. PE = Portable Executable = 32-bit NE = New Executables = 16-bit LE = Linear Executavles = 32-bit (.VXD, .386) Petr
  6. I have tried to correct wrong display in Windows 98 SE FDISK.EXE and FORMAT.COM. FDISK.EXE from Q263044 can handle even disks above 137 GB but the display is everywhere limited to 5 digits, on some places the last digit is truncated but most often it appears in the next field and shifts all subsequent values to the right, the result is almost unreadable. The same problem is with FDISK.EXE from Windows Me. I have increased the display to 6 digits and I hope it works everywhere, please test it. There was too many modifications so I could make a mistake. For sizes >=100GB there is no space between the word before this number and this number, it would be necessary to shorten the text on some place and I think this is acceptable behavior. FORMAT.COM from Windows 98 SE has limited the size of in the "Formatting.." message to 5 characters before the decimal dot, but including the thousand comma. The result is that the size for disks above 10 GB was shown incorrectly, in very confusing way: If the size was 12,345.67 MB, then the display was 12,34.67 MB - very bad. It was easy to correct this behavior by extending the size to 6 characters, this correction is already made in Windows Me FORMAT.COM. Unfortunately there is another limit - the size in megabytes is 16-bit integer and therefore the biggest displayable size is 65,535.99 MB. 80 GB disk appears as 10758 MB disk (76293 - 65536). It would be possible to rewrite the display routine but I'm nit sure if it is worth the effort. Here are the corrected files, please test: disktools.zip Petr
  7. I had no probem with 955X chipset so I supposed that it should be similar, southbridge is the same. Petr
  8. I don't understand exactly. With reference to MSRK: does this mean that if the process tries to allocate 200 MB memory inside of its separate 4GB memory space, the Windows 98 system has to find contignous memory either in physical memory or in the swap file? And what dll rebasing could change on it? Petr
  9. I just tried D975XBX board with E6600 processor and 1GB RAM - and no luck, the Insufficient memory to initialize Windows. Quit one or more memory-resident programs or remove unnecessary utilities from your CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files, and restart your computer. message described in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/184447 appeared even if I set MaxPhysPage=30000 or MaxPhysPage=20000, and maxfilecache=522240 and smaller values - no success, Windows 98 SE never booted. Petr
  10. 6.0.3790.0 is Internet Explorer 6 for Windows Server 2003 - look at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/164539 Petr
  11. My favorite is TClockEx 1.4.2: http://www.rcis.co.za/dale/tclockex/ Petr
  12. http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/article02-029 ? Petr
  13. http://ftp.ntu.edu.tw/cpatch/msupdate/win9.../321467usa8.exe http://ftp.ntu.edu.tw/cpatch/msupdate/win9.../272137usa8.exe http://ftp.ntu.edu.tw/cpatch/msupdate/win9.../242193usa8.exe Not good idea I think, it may cause some confusion since there are too many dsclients: Date Time Version Size File name ------------------------------------------------------- 07-Dec-1999 04:00 5.0.2920.0 3,100,432 Dsclient.exe (original on Win2000 Server CD) 24-Apr-2002 10:35 5.0.2920.1 3,118,816 Dsclient.exe 20-May-2002 06:09 5.0.2920.2 3,117,280 Dsclient.exe 06-Aug-2002 09:38 5.0.2920.3 3,111,648 Dsclient.exe 17-Sep-2002 05:49 5.0.2920.4 3,102,480 Dsclient.exe 30-Sep-2002 09:28 5.0.2920.5 3,102,480 Dsclient.exe (323455 version)and even some older. The original file name from Microsoft is Windows98-KB323455-ENU.EXE. Petr
  14. Q283261 points to file Q278456 but this is for Windows 98 Gold only, not for Second Edition. Petr
  15. For hotfixes it seems to be not possible becasue only Microsoft has this information. One year ago I have prepared a list of files in sesp2.? including the information what fixes are available in what languages, and what files are even in localized Windows English, i.e. need not to be localized: List of files List of fixes I'm trying to collect all localized files for Windows 95/98/98SE/Me and to localize semi-manually 19 languages that are based on US English version. But I don't know if I'll be able to finish this project, it is very time consuming. Petr
  16. Q328145 - MS02-050: Certificate Validation Flaw May Permit Identity Spoofing (superceded by 329115) q278558 - Mapped Drive Access Denied to Windows 2000-Based Server (superceded by 293793 and 323455/323466) Petr
  17. I don't use Windows 95 but I tried to collect all Win95 updates, here is the list of files: Activeds.dll 5.0.2172.1 Activeds.tlb 5.0.2143.1 Adprop.hlp NONE Adsldpc.dll 5.0.2172.1 Adsldp.dll 5.0.2172.1 Adsmsext.dll 5.0.2172.1 Adsnds.dll 5.0.2143.1 Adsnt.dll 5.0.2191.1 Adsnw.dll 5.0.2143.1 Afvxd.vxd 4.00.950 Afvxd.vxd 4.10.1511 Afvxd.vxd 4.10.1657 Ariblk.ttf NONE Arp.exe 3.51 Arp.exe 5.00.1545.1 Asp.dll 4.02.0685 Asycfilt.dll 2.40.4275.1 Asycfilt.dll 2.40.4276.1 Atapchng.vxd 4.00.1112 Atapchng.vxd 4.00.951 Awfxcg32.dll 4.00.962 Backup.exe 4.00.952 Cabinet.dll 1.00.603.0 Cabinet.dll 5.00.2147.1 Cbss.vxd 4.00.1114 Cbss.vxd 4.00.1116 Cbss.vxd 4.00.1117 Cbss.vxd 4.00.1118 Cdfs.vxd 4.00.1112 Cdfs.vxd 4.00.1113 Cdfs.vxd 4.00.952 Cdvsd.vxd 4.00.1112 Cdvsd.vxd 4.00.952 Cfgmgr32.dll 4.10.1422 Cfgwiz32.exe 4.00.1150 Cfgwiz32.exe 4.10.1537 Cfgwiz32.exe 4.10.1903 Cfgwiz.dll 4.00.1150 Cfgwiz.dll 4.10.1537 Cfgwiz.dll 4.10.1903 Charmap.exe 4.00.951 Cimwin32.dll 1.50.1085.0048 Cmnquery.dll 5.00.2195.1 Comctl32.dll 4.70.0.1146 Comctl32.dll 4.72.2106.4 Comctl32.dll 4.72.3612.1702 Comdlg32.dll 4.00.951 Comicbd.ttf NONE Comic.ttf NONE Command.com 4.00.1111 Command.com 4.00.951 Command.com 4.03.1112 Compobj.dll 2.2 Conagent.exe NONE Configmg.vxd 4.00.1112 Configmg.vxd 4.00.1114 Cp_1250.nls NONE Cp_1251.nls NONE Cp_1252.nls NONE Cp_1253.nls NONE Cp_1254.nls NONE Cp_1255.nls NONE Cp_1256.nls NONE Cp_1257.nls NONE Crypt32.dll 5.131.1877.9 Cryptdll.dll 5.00.2195.1 Dcom95.exe 4.71.1015.0 Delw2Reg.exe NONE Devlib.exe NONE Dfs.vxd 4.10.2231 Dialer.exe 4.10.2000 Directcc.exe 4.10.1537 Directcc.exe 4.10.1903 Disktsd.vxd 4.00.1112 Disktsd.vxd 4.00.952 Diskvsd.vxd 4.00.1114 Dlc.vxd 4.10.990 Dlc.vxd 4.10.995 Dlc.vxd 4.10.996 Dnsapi.dll 5.0.2181.1 Dsclient.chm NONE Dsclient.hlp NONE Dsfolder.dll 5.0.2195.1 Dsprop.dll 5.0.2195.1 Dsquery.dll 5.0.2195.1 Dsuiext.dll 5.0.2195.1 Esdi_506.pdr 4.00.1112 Esdi_506.pdr 4.00.1116 Esdi_506.pdr 4.00.1118 Esdi_506.pdr 4.00.1119 Esdi_506.pdr 4.00.954 Esdi_506.pdr 4.00.955 Esdi_506.pdr 4.00.956 Europat.exe 1, 0, 0, 1 Exchng32.exe 4.0 Fdisk.exe NONE Fontinst.exe 1, 0, 0, 3 Ftp.exe 3.51 Ftp.exe 5.00.1545.1 Gdi1252.exe 4.01.971 Gdi32.dll 4.00.1112 Gdi32.dll 4.00.952 Gdi32.dll 4.01.970 Gdi32.dll 4.01.971 Gdi.exe 4.00.1112 Gdi.exe 4.00.952 Gdi.exe 4.00.953 Gdi.exe 4.01.970 Gdi.exe 4.01.971 Gdipe.exe 4.01.971 Getisdn.url NONE Hosts.sam NONE Hsflop.pdr Hsflop.pdr 4.00.1112 Hsflop.pdr 4.00.1113 Httpodbc.dll 4.02.0685 Icmp.dll 3.51 Icmp.dll 5.00.1545.1 Ifsmgr.vxd 4.00.1113 Ifsmgr.vxd 4.00.1114 Ifsmgr.vxd 4.00.1116 Ifsmgr.vxd 4.00.954 Iislog.dll 4.02.0685 Imagecls.sys 4.03.1212 Imagehlp.dll 4.00.1381.4 Impact.ttf NONE Inetmib1.dll 3.51 Inetmib1.dll 3.51.1057.4 Inetmib1.dll 5.00.1717.1 Infocomm.dll 4.02.0685 Insmsi.exe 1.11.2405.0 Int13.vxd 4.00.1112 Intl.cpl 4.00.951 Ios.vxd 4.00.1112 Ios.vxd 4.00.1113 Ios.vxd 4.00.1114 Ios.vxd 4.00.1115 Ios.vxd 4.00.953 Io.sys NONE Ipsetup.exe 4.10.1903 Iscomlog.dll 4.02.0685 Isdn.hlp NONE Isdnui.dll 4.00.1150 Isdnui.dll 4.10.1537 Isdnui.dll 4.10.1903 Iwrps.dll 4.02.0685 Kbdbe.kbd NONE Kbdbene.kbd NONE Kbdcr.kbd NONE Kbdcz1.kbd NONE Kbdcz2.kbd NONE Kbdcz.kbd NONE Kbdda.kbd NONE Kbdes.kbd NONE Kbdfi.kbd NONE Kbdfo.kbd NONE Kbdfr.kbd NONE Kbdgk220.kbd NONE Kbdgk319.kbd NONE Kbdgk.kbd NONE Kbdgkl.kbd NONE Kbdgl220.kbd NONE Kbdgl319.kbd NONE Kbdgr1.kbd NONE Kbdgr.kbd NONE Kbdhu1.kbd NONE Kbdhu.kbd NONE Kbdic.kbd NONE Kbdir.kbd NONE Kbdit1.kbd NONE Kbdit.kbd NONE Kbdlt.kbd NONE Kbdlv1.kbd NONE Kbdlv.kbd NONE Kbdne.kbd NONE Kbdno.kbd NONE Kbdpl1.kbd NONE Kbdpl.kbd NONE Kbdpo.kbd NONE Kbdsf.kbd NONE Kbdsg.kbd NONE Kbdsl1.kbd NONE Kbdsl.kbd NONE Kbdsp.kbd NONE Kbdsv.kbd NONE Kbdsw.kbd NONE Kbdtuf.kbd NONE Kbdtuq.kbd NONE Kbduk.kbd NONE Kbdusx.kbd NONE Kbdycc.kbd NONE Kbdycl.kbd NONE Kernel32.dll 4.00.1112 Kernel32.dll 4.00.951 Kernel32.dll 4.00.952 Kernel32.dll 4.03.1212 Kernel32.dll 4.03.1216 Krnl386.exe 4.03.1212 Larialbd.ttf NONE Larialbi.ttf NONE Lariali.ttf NONE Larial.ttf NONE Lcourbd.ttf NONE Lcourbi.ttf NONE Lcouri.ttf NONE Lcour.ttf NONE Linkinfo.dll 4.00.951 Logonsrv.dll 5.0.2195.1 Lpt.vxd 4.00.951 Lpt.vxd 4.00.954 Lpt.vxd 4.00.955 Ltimesbd.ttf NONE Ltimesbi.ttf NONE Ltimesi.ttf NONE Ltimes.ttf NONE Mapi32.dll 4.0 Mapi.dll 4.0 Metadata.dll 4.02.0685 Mfc40.dll 4.1.6140 Mpr.dll 4.00.951 Mprserv.dll 4.00.955 Mprserv.Dll 4.00.959 Mprserv.dll 4.00.959 Mprserv.dll 4.00.962 Mprserv.dll 4.00.963 Mprserv.dll 4.00.964 Mprserv.dll 4.10.2000 ??? Msab32.dll 4.0.951 Msafd.dll 4.10.1511 Msafd.dll 4.10.1656 Msasn1.dll 5.0.2134.1 Msdaipp.10 8.102.4004.0 Msdaipp.15 8.103.4004.0 Msfs32.dll 4.0 Msgsrv32.exe 4.00.1112 Msi.dll 1.10.1029.1 Msi.dll 1.11.2405.0 Msi.dll 2.0.2600.2 Msiexec.exe 1.10.1029.1 Msiexec.exe 1.11.2405.0 Msiexec.exe 2.0.2600.2 Msihnd.dll 1.10.1029.1 Msihnd.dll 1.11.2405.0 Msihnd.dll 2.0.2600.2 Msiinst.exe ? Msiinst.exe 5.1.2600.27 Msimain.sdb ? Msimsg.dll 1.10.1029.1 Msimsg.dll 1.11.2405.0 Msimsg.dll 2.0.2600.2 Msisip.dll 2.0.2600.2 Msls31.dll 3.10.337.0 Msnet32.dll 4.00.952 Msnet32.dll 4.00.953 Msnet32.dll 4.00.955 Msnet32.dll 4.00.956 Msnet32.dll 4.10.2225 Msnp32.dll 4.00.952 Msnp32.dll 4.00.956 Msnp32.dll 4.00.957 Msnp32.dll 4.10.2225 Mspatcha.dll 1.94.319.0 Mspatcha.dll 5.1.2600.0 Mspsrv.exe 4.00.952 Mspwl32.dll 4.00.951 Mspwl32.dll 4.00.952 Msshrui.dll 4.00.1111 Mstcp.dll 4.00.1111 Mstcp.dll 4.00.1112 Mstcp.dll 4.00.1113 Mstcp.dll 4.00.950 Msvcrt40.dll 4.22.0000 Msvcrt.dll 4.20.0.6164 Msvcrt.dll 4.20.6164 Msvcrt.dll 5.00.7022 Msvcrt.dll 6.00.8397.0 Mswsock.dll 4.10.1511 Mswsock.dll 4.10.1656 Mswsock.dll 4.10.1657 Mswsosp.dll 4.10.1511 Mswsosp.dll 4.10.1656 Nbtstat.exe NONE Ndis2Sup.vxd 4.00.950 Ndishlp.sys NONE Ndis.vxd 4.00.1010 Ndis.vxd 4.00.1111 Ndis.vxd 4.00.1113 Ndiswan.vxd 4.00.1150 Ndiswan.vxd 4.10.1537 Ndiswan.vxd 4.10.1903 Ndswan16.dll 4.00.1150 Ndswan16.dll 4.10.1537 Ndswan16.dll 4.10.1903 Ndswan32.dll 4.00.1150 Ndswan32.dll 4.10.1537 Ndswan32.dll 4.10.1903 Negotiat.dll 5.0.2195.4784 Net.exe NONE Net.exe NONE Net.exe NONE Netpptp.sys 4.10.1537 Netpptp.sys 4.10.1903 Netpptp.sys 4.10.2002 Netstat.exe 3.51 Netstat.exe 5.00.1545.1 Ntdsapi.dll 5.0.2195.1 Ntkern.vxd 4.03.1212 Ntkern.vxd 4.03.1213 Nwapi32.dll 4.10.1381 Nwapilyr.dll 5.0.2195.1 Nwlink.vxd 4.00.1112 Nwlink.vxd 4.00.1113 Nwlink.vxd 4.00.1114 Nwlink.vxd 4.00.1117 Nwlink.vxd 4.00.951 Nwlink.vxd 4.00.958 Nwnblink.vxd 4.00.952 Nwnet32.dll 4.00.951 Nwnp32.dll 4.00.969 Nwnp32.dll 4.10.2000 Nwpp32.dll 4.00.952 Nwpp32.dll 4.00.954 Nwpp32.dll 4.00.955 Nwpp32.dll 4.00.956 Nwredir.vxd 4.00.1113 Nwredir.vxd 4.00.1114 Nwredir.vxd 4.00.952 Nwredir.vxd 4.00.960 Nwredir.vxd 4.00.975 Nwserver.vxd 4.00.951 Nwserver.vxd 4.00.952 Oainst.exe 2.40.4514 Ole32.dll 2.1 Oleacc_A.dll 4.2.3130.0 Oleaccrc.dll 4.2.4025.1 Oleacc_U.dll 4.2.3100.0 Oleaut32.dll 2.40.4275 Oleaut32.dll 2.40.4276.1 Oledb32A.dll 2.51.5303.0 Oledb32.dll 2.51.5303.0 Olepro32.dll 5.0.4275 Olepro32.dll 5.0.4276.1 Olethk32.dll 2.1 Opengl32.dll 4.00 Openhci.sys 4.03.1163 Openhci.sys 4.03.1214 Openhci.sys 4.03.1217 Password.cpl 4.00.954 Pccard.vxd 4.00.1114 Pccard.vxd 4.00.1115 Pccard.vxd 4.00.1118 Pccard.vxd 4.00.1119 Pccard.vxd 4.00.1120 Pccard.vxd 4.00.1121 Pci.vxd 4.00.1113 Pci.vxd 4.00.1114 Pci.vxd 4.00.1120 Pci.vxd 4.00.1122 Ping.exe 3.51 Ping.exe 4.00 Ping.exe 4.00.1381.3 Ping.exe 5.00.1545.1 Pppmac.vxd 4.00.1150 Pppmac.vxd 4.00.954 Pppmac.vxd 4.10.1537 Pppmac.vxd 4.10.1903 Pppmac.vxd 4.10.2002 Pppndi.dll 4.10.1537 Pppndi.dll 4.10.1903 Protman.dos NONE Protman.exe NONE Qfecheck.exe 4.00.950 Qfecheck.hlp NONE Radmin32.dll 3.51.867.1 Rasapi16.dll 4.00.1150 Rasapi16.dll 4.10.1537 Rasapi16.dll 4.10.1903 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.1111 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.1112 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.1113 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.1114 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.1150 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.950 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.953 Rasapi32.dll 4.00.954 Rasapi32.dll 4.10.1537 Rasapi32.dll 4.10.1903 Rasapi32.dll 4.10.2000 Rasapi32.dll 4.10.2002 Readme.txt NONE Redirect.mod NONE Regtlib.exe 6.00.8191 Riched20.dll 5.0.153.0 Riched20.dll 5.30.22.2300 Riched20.dll 5.30.23.1200 Riched32.dll 5.0.1461.82 Rlocal32.dll 3.51.867.1 Rmm.pdr 4.00.1112 Rnaapp.exe 4.00.1150 Rnaapp.exe 4.10.1537 Rnaapp.exe 4.10.1903 Rnaapp.exe 4.10.2002 Rnaapp.hlp NONE Rnanp.dll 4.00.1111 Rnanp.dll 4.00.1150 Rnanp.dll 4.00.950 Rnanp.dll 4.10.1537 Rnanp.dll 4.10.1903 Rnaph.dll 4.40.311 Rnaph.dll 4.70.1903 Rnaserv.dll 4.00.1150 Rnaserv.dll 4.10.1537 Rnaserv.dll 4.70.1903 Rnasetup.95 4.00.950 Rnasetup.dll 4.00.1150 Rnasetup.dll 4.00.950 Rnasetup.dll 4.10.1537 Rnasetup.dll 4.10.1903 Rnasetup.osr 4.00.950 Rnathunk.dll 4.00.1150 Rnathunk.dll 4.10.1537 Rnathunk.dll 4.10.1903 Rnaui.dll 4.00.1111 Rnaui.dll 4.00.1150 Rnaui.dll 4.00.950 Rnaui.dll 4.10.1537 Rnaui.dll 4.10.1903 Rnr20.dll 4.10.1511 Rnr20.dll 4.10.1656 Rnr20.dll 4.10.1657 Rnr20.dll 4.10.1658 Rnr20.dll 4.10.1660 Rnr20.dll 4.10.1661 Rnr20.dll 4.10.1662 Route.exe 3.51 Route.exe 5.00.1545.1 Rpcltc1.dll 4.00.951 Rpcltc3.dll 4.00.952 Rpcltccm.dll 4.71.3328.0 Rpclts3.dll 4.00.951 Rpcrt4.dll 4.00.953 Rpcrt4.dll 4.71.3116 Rpcrt4.dll 4.71.3336.0 Rplcldr.exe NONE Sage.dll 4.40.311 Schannel.dll 4.86.1961.1877 Schannel.dll 4.86.1964.1877 Schannel.dll 4.87.1961.1877 Schannel.dll 4.87.1964.1877 Scsi1Hlp.vxd 4.00.951 Scsi1Hlp.vxd 4.00.953 Scsiport.pdr 4.00.1112 Scsiport.pdr 4.00.951 Sdbapi.dll 1.0.0.1 Secur32.dll 4.10.2000 Secur32.dll 4.10.2228 Serenum.vxd 4.10.2222 Setupapi.dll 4.00 Setup.exe 4.10.1511 Setup.exe 4.10.1657 Setup.exe 4.10.1658 Setupx.dll 4.00.1111 Shell32.dll 4.00.1112 Shell32.dll 4.00.951 Shell32.dll 4.00.952 Shell32.dll 4.00.954 Shell32.dll 4.00.955 Shfolder.dll 5.00.2919.200 Smartvsd.vxd 4.00.1024 Smartvsd.vxd 4.00.1111 Smmscrpt.dll 4.10.1903 Smmscrpt.dll 4.40.1150 Smmscrpt.dll 4.70.1537 Smmscrpt.dll 4.70.1903 Smmsetup.dll 4.10.1903 Smmsetup.dll 4.40.1150 Smmsetup.dll 4.70.1537 Smmsetup.dll 4.70.1903 Sndvol32.exe 4.10.1998 Snmpapi.dll 4.00 Snmpapi.dll 5.00.1717.1 Snmpapi.dll 5.00.2195.5513 Snmp.exe 5.00.1717.1 Snmp.exe 5.00.2195.5513 Socketsv.vxd 4.00.1112 Spap.vxd 4.00.1150 Spap.vxd 4.10.1537 Spap.vxd 4.10.1903 Splitter.vxd 4.00.1150 Splitter.vxd 4.10.1537 Splitter.vxd 4.10.1903 Spoolss.dll 4.00.951 Spoolss.dll 4.00.952 Spoolss.dll 4.03.1212 Ssee1250.fon 4.10.1689 Ssee1251.fon 4.10.1689 Ssee1252.fon 4.10.1998 Ssee1253.fon 4.10.1689 Ssee1254.fon 4.10.1689 Ssee1257.fon 4.10.1689 Ssef1250.fon 4.10.1689 Ssef1251.fon 4.10.1689 Ssef1252.fon 4.10.1998 Ssef1253.fon 4.10.1689 Ssef1254.fon 4.10.1689 Ssef1257.fon 4.10.1689 Stdole2.tlb 2.40.4275 Stdole2.tlb 2.40.4276.1 Svrapi.dll 4.00.1111 Synceng.dll 4.00.951 Tahomabd.ttf NONE Tahoma.ttf NONE Telnet.exe 3.51 Telnet.exe 5.00.1545.1 Telnet.exe 5.00.1755.2 Telnet.hlp NONE Timedate.cpl 4.00.951 Timedate.cpl 4.00.952 Torisan3.vxd 4.00.952 Tracert.exe 3.51 Tracert.exe 5.00.1545.1 Uhcd.sys 4.03.1212 Uhcd.sys 4.03.1213 Uhcd.sys 4.03.1214 Uhcd.sys 4.03.1215 Uhcd.sys 4.03.1218 Unicode.bin NONE Unidrv.dll 4.00.951 Usbcamd.sys 4.03.1212 Usbd.sys 4.03.1212 Usbd.sys 4.03.1213 Usbd.sys 4.03.1214 Usbhub.sys 4.03.1212 Usbhub.sys 4.03.1213 Usbhub.sys 4.03.1214 Usbhub.sys 4.03.1215 Usbhub.sys 4.03.1218 User32.dll 4.00.954 User32.dll 4.01.971 User.exe 4.00.951 User.exe 4.00.952 User.exe 4.00.953 User.exe 4.00.954 User.exe 4.01.971 Usp10.dll 1.0325.2145.1 Usp10.dll 1.0325.2180.1 Vcache.vxd 4.00.1111 Vcache.vxd 4.00.950 Vcond.vxd 4.03.1212 Vdhcp.386 4.00.950 Vdhcp.386 4.00.952 Vdhcp.386 4.00.954 Vdhcp.386 4.00.956 Vdhcp.386 4.10.1423 Vdhcp.386 4.10.1657 Vdhcp.386 4.10.1658 Vdhcp.386 4.10.1660 Vdhcp.386 4.10.1661 Verdanab.ttf NONE Verdanai.ttf NONE Verdana.ttf NONE Verdanaz.ttf NONE Vfbackup.vxd 4.00.1112 Vfbackup.vxd 4.00.1114 Vfwwdm32.dll 4.03.1212 Vfwwdm32.dll 4.03.1213 Vfwwdm32.dll 4.03.1214 Vfwwdm.drv 4.03.1212 Vfwwdm.drv 4.03.1213 Vfwwdm.drv 4.03.1214 Vgateway.vxd 4.00.1150 Vgateway.vxd 4.10.1537 Vgateway.vxd 4.10.1903 Vip.386 4.00.500 Vip.386 4.00.951 Vip.386 4.00.956 Vip.386 4.00.958 Vip.386 4.10.1423 Vip.386 4.10.1511 Vip.386 4.10.1512 Vip.386 4.10.1657 Vip.386 4.10.1658 Vip.386 4.10.1659 Vip.386 4.10.1660 Vip.386 4.10.1661 Vmcpd.vxd 4.03.1212 Vmcpd.vxd 4.10.1505 Vmm.vxd 4.03.1212 Vmm.vxd 4.03.1215 Vmm.vxd 4.03.1216 Vmm.vxd 4.03.1217 Vnbt.386 4.00.950 Vnbt.386 4.00.952 Vnbt.386 4.00.953 Vnbt.386 4.00.959 Vnbt.386 4.10.1512 Vnbt.386 4.10.1656 Vnbt.386 4.10.1658 Vnbt.386 4.10.1659 Vnetbios.vxd 4.00.953 Vnetbios.vxd 4.00.954 Vnetsup.vxd 4.00.1112 Vnetsup.vxd 4.00.950 Vnetsup.vxd 4.10.2223 Voltrack.vxd 4.00.1112 Voltrack.vxd 4.00.952 Voltrack.vxd 4.00.953 Voltrack.vxd 4.00.954 Vpicd.vxd 4.03.1212 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1112 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1114 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1116 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1117 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1118 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1120 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1121 Vredir.vxd 4.00.1122 Vredir.vxd 4.00.953 Vredir.vxd 4.00.954 Vredir.vxd 4.00.955 Vredir.vxd 4.00.958 Vredir.vxd 4.00.960 Vredir.vxd 4.10.2231 Vserver.vxd 4.00.1112 Vserver.vxd 4.00.1113 Vserver.vxd 4.00.1114 Vserver.vxd 4.00.952 Vserver.vxd 4.00.953 Vserver.vxd 4.00.954 Vserver.vxd 4.00.955 Vserver.vxd 4.00.956 Vtcp.386 4.00.454 Vtcp.386 4.00.954 Vtcp.386 4.00.956 Vtcp.386 4.10.1423 Vtcp.386 4.10.1424 Vtcp.386 4.10.1657 Vtcp.386 4.10.1658 Vtdapi.vxd 4.00.950 Vtdi.386 4.00.454 Vtdi.386 4.10.1423 Vtdi.386 4.10.1656 Vtd.vxd 4.03.1212 Vudp.386 4.10.1423 Vudp.386 4.10.1657 Vwin32.vxd 4.03.1212 Vxdldr.vxd 4.03.1212 W3Svc.dll 4.02.0685 Wam.dll 4.02.0685 Wan.tsp 4.00.1150 Wan.tsp 4.10.1537 Wan.tsp 4.10.1903 Wbemprox.dll 1.50.1085.0045 Wgpoadmn.dll 4.0 Winfile.exe 4.00.951 Winipcfg.exe 4.00.950 Winipcfg.exe 4.10.1656 Winoa386.mod 4.03.1212 Winsock.dll 4.00.1111 Winsock.dll 4.00.1114 Winsock.dll 4.00.950 Winsock.dll 4.10.1511 Winsock.dll 4.10.1656 Wldap32.dll 5.0.2168.1 Wmsui32.dll 4.0 Ws2_32.dlx 4.10.1511 Ws2_32.dlx 4.10.1656 Ws2Help.dll 4.10.1511 Ws2Help.dll 4.10.1656 Ws2Thk.dll 4.10.1511 Ws2Thk.dll 4.10.1656 Wsasrv.exe 4.00.950 Wsasrv.exe 4.10.1511 Wsasrv.exe 4.10.1656 Wshtcp.vxd 4.00.950 Wshtcp.vxd 4.10.1511 Wshtcp.vxd 4.10.1656 Wsipx.vxd 4.00.951 Wsipx.vxd 4.00.954 Wsipx.vxd 4.00.956 Wsipx.vxd 4.10.1511 Wsipx.vxd 4.10.1656 Wsock2.vxd 4.10.1511 Wsock2.vxd 4.10.1656 Wsock32.dll 4.00.1111 Wsock32.dll 4.00.1114 Wsock32.dll 4.00.950 Wsock32.dll 4.00.953 Wsock32.dlx 4.10.1511 Wsock32.dlx 4.10.1656 Wsock.vxd 4.00.1063 Wsock.vxd 4.10.1511 Wsock.vxd 4.10.1656 Xcopy32.mod 4.00.1112 Xcopy32.mod 4.00.951 Xcopy.exe NA Xcopy.exe NA Xtrans.95 NONE Xtrans.osr NONE I may look rather confusing but I don't have anything better. Almost all files I have, with few exceptions. If you would like to know from wich package is any specific file please let me know. Petr
  18. Nice list, just few comments: The link to telnetup.exe is broken, the correct one is: http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/9...d0/TelnetUp.EXE Is there any reason why 7 links are not directly to the files? Why not link the updates directly? http://download.microsoft.com/download/c/1.../811630USA8.EXE http://download.microsoft.com/download/win.../323255USA8.EXE http://download.microsoft.com/download/WIN.../329115USA8.EXE http://download.microsoft.com/download/win.../256015USA8.EXE http://download.microsoft.com/download/win.../242975USA8.EXE http://download.microsoft.com/download/win.../260067USA8.EXE http://download.microsoft.com/download/win...S/238453US8.EXE The last one has invalid digital signature but there is other source with correct digital signature: http://download.windowsupdate.com/msdownlo...92055011d7c.exe Petr
  19. Hello, I just noticed that the latest Intel driver for Gigabit Ethernet cards does not support many new NICs. The latest driver for Win98 seems to be PROSET ver. 10.3 and contains NDIS3 driver ver. 8.6.17 dated 01/06/2006 that supports the following gigabit NICs: 100C 82544GC/EI PRO/1000 T 100D 82544GC PRO/1000 XT 100E 82540EM PRO/1000 MT 1013 82541EI PRO/1000 MT 1014 82541ER PRO/1000 MT 1015 82540EM PRO/1000 MT Mobile 1016 82540EP PRO/1000 MT Mobile 101E 82540EP PRO/1000 MT Mobile 1018 82541EI PRO/1000 MT 1019 82547EI PRO/1000 CT 101A 82547EI PRO/1000 CT 1075 82547GI PRO/1000 CT 1076 82541GI PRO/1000 MT 1077 82541GI PRO/1000 MT 1078 82541ER PRO/1000 MT 107C 82541PI PRO/1000 GT The latest driver for Win2K/XP is PROSET ver. 10.3 and contains NDIS5 and NDIS5.1 drivers ver. 8.7.1.0 dated 04/27/2006 that supports the following gigabit NICs: 1000 82542 PRO/1000 1001 82543GC PRO/1000 F 1004 82543GC PRO/1000 T 1008 82544EI PRO/1000 XT 1009 82544EI PRO/1000 XF 100C 82544GC PRO/1000 T 100D 82544GC PRO/1000 XT 100E 82540EM PRO/1000 MT 100F 82545EM PRO/1000 MT 1010 82546EB PRO/1000 MT Dual Port 1011 82545EM PRO/1000 MF 1012 82546EB PRO/1000 MF Dual Port 1013 82541EI PRO/1000 MT 1014 82541ER PRO/1000 MT 1015 82540EM PRO/1000 MT Mobile 1016 82540EP PRO/1000 MT Mobile 1018 82541EI PRO/1000 MT 1019 82547EI PRO/1000 CT 101A 82547EI PRO/1000 CT Mobile 101D 82546EB PRO/1000 MT Quad Port 101E 82540EP PRO/1000 MT Mobile 1026 82545GM PRO/1000 MT, GT 1027 82545GM PRO/1000 MF 1028 82545GM PRO/1000 MB 1075 82547GI PRO/1000 CT 1076 82541GI PRO/1000 MT 1077 82541GI PRO/1000 MT Mobile 1078 82541ER PRO/1000 MT 1079 82546EB PRO/1000 MT, GT Dual Port 107A 82546EB PRO/1000 MF Dual Port 107B 82546EB PRO/1000 MB Dual Port 107C 82541PI PRO/1000 GT 108A 82546EB PRO/1000 P Dual Port 10B5 82546GB PRO/1000 GT Quad Port and NDIS 5.2 driver ver. 9.5.12.0, dated 07/26/2006 that supports: 104A 82566DM ICH8LAN 104B 82566DC ICH8LAN 104C 82562V ICH8LAN (10/100 Mbit only) 105E 82571EB PRO/1000 PT Dual Port 105F 82571EB PRO/1000 PF Dual Port 1060 82571EB PRO/1000 PB Dual Port 107D 82572EI PRO/1000 PT 107E 82572EI PRO/1000 PF 107F 82572EI PRO/1000 PB 108B 82572E PRO/1000 PM 108C 82572E PRO/1000 PM 1096 ESB2LAN PRO/1000 EB 1098 ESB2LAN PRO/1000 EB 109A 82573L PRO/1000 PL 10A4 82571EB PRO/1000 PT Quad Port 10B9 82572EI PRO/1000 PT 10BA ESB2LAN PRO/1000 EB1 10BB ESB2LAN PRO/1000 EB1 Has anybody tried to use e.g. PRO/1000 PL that is on D975XBX mobo with some modified Win9x driver? Or this is just death end? Petr
  20. I'm trying to understand how combined updates work, i.e. one packege for 98 Gold + 98 SE, or one package for 95 Gold, 95 OSR2 and 95 OSR 2.x but I'm lost a bit. An example for Windows 95. The controlling 175086up.inf executed by the WEXTRACT contains: [DefaultInstall] RunPreSetupCommands = Win95.Ver.Check, OSR2.Ver.Check, OSR21.Ver.Check [Win95.Ver.Check] "rundll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection 95G_chk.inf,DefaultInstall,2,N" [OSR2.Ver.Check] "rundll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection OSR2_chk.inf,DefaultInstall,2,N" [OSR21.Ver.Check] "rundll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection OSR21chk.inf,DefaultInstall,2,N" What mean "2,N" flags here? http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/deliver...hinfsection.asp seems not to describe them. But OK, in general it means that all three infs (95G_chk.inf, OSR2_chk.inf, OSR21chk.inf) are executed. What they contain interesting: 95G_chk.inf [DefaultInstall] CustomDestination = 95GonlyDestination [95GonlyDestination] 49000 = W95GonlyReg, 54 [W95GonlyReg] "HKLM",%Osr2Key%,%Osr2Val%,"","" "","","","","" [Strings] Osr2Key = "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\OptionalComponents" Osr2Val = "DeskMgmt" Osr2_chk.inf contains: [DefaultInstall] CustomDestination = OSR2onlyDestination [OSR2onlyDestination] 49001 = OSR2XonlyReg, 22 49002 = OSR2onlyReg, 54 [OSR2XonlyReg] "HKLM",%Osr2Key%,%Osr2Val%,"","" "","","","","" [OSR2onlyReg] "HKLM",%Osr21Key%,%Osr21Val%,"","" "","","","","" [Strings] Osr2Key = "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\OptionalComponents" Osr2Val = "DeskMgmt" OSR21Key = "System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\NTKern" OSR21Val = "StaticVxD" and Osr21chk.inf contains: [DefaultInstall] CustomDestination = OSR21onlyDestination [OSR21onlyDestination] 49001 = OSR2XonlyReg, 22 49003 = OSR21onlyReg, 22 [OSR2XonlyReg] "HKLM",%Osr2Key%,%Osr2Val%,"","" "","","","","" [OSR21onlyReg] "HKLM",%Osr21Key%,%Osr21Val%,"","" "","","","","" [Strings] Osr2Key = "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\OptionalComponents" Osr2Val = "DeskMgmt" OSR21Key = "System\CurrentControlSet\Services\VxD\NTKern" OSR21Val = "StaticVxD" And for Windows 98 (256015 as an example): 256015up.inf contains [DefaultInstall] RunPreSetupCommands = G.Ver.Check RunPostSetupCommands = SE.Ver.Check [G.Ver.Check] "rundll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection 98G_chk.inf,DefaultInstall,2,N" [SE.Ver.Check] "rundll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection 98SE_chk.inf,DefaultInstall,2,N"so again both INFs are executed. 98G_chk.inf contains: [DefaultInstall] CustomDestination = 98SEonlyDestination [98SEonlyDestination] 49000 = W98SEonlyReg, 50 [W98SEonlyReg] "HKLM",%98SEKey%,%98SEVal1%,"","" "","","","","" [Strings] 98SEKey = "Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\OptionalComponents" 98SEVal1 = "ICS" 98SE_chk.inf contains: [DefaultInstall] CustomDestination = 98SEonlyDestination [98SEonlyDestination] 49000 = W98SEonlyReg, 22 [W98SEonlyReg] "HKLM",%98SEKey%,%98SEVal1%,"","" "","","","","" [Strings] 98SEKey = "Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\OptionalComponents" 98SEVal1 = "ICS" Apparently the logic is: For Windows 95, if value DeskMgmt does not exist, it is Windows 95 Gold (4.00.950), if it exists, but StaticVxD does not exist, it is OSR2 (4.00.1111) and if StaticVxD exists, it is OSR2 with USB supplement, i.e. OSR2.1 or OSR2.5 (4.00.1212 or 4.03.1214). For Windows 98, if value ICS does not exist, it is Windows 98 Gold (4.10.1998), if it exists, it is Second Edition (4.10.2222). The only information I was able to find for meaning of the number at the end of the lines in Destionation sections is here: http://www.mdgx.com/INF_web/custdest.htm but there is just 1=prompt user 5=no prompt but what means 22, 50 and 54? And how this exactly works? BTW, is there any way how to force (ADVPACK?) to create the installation log? Something like is visible here for wmp11: http://forums.techarena.in/showthread.php?t=513853 Petr
  21. I just tried the a.m. procedure and not only that the LFN was not lost but even Windows 98 SE setup has converted SFN to LFN at some stage. The result is working Windows installed in "C:\Long Windows Dir\". The only problem during setup was that java package failed to self-register, but who needs old MS Java now? I had no time to test it deeper but as general concept it can be apparently used. It change nothing on the fact that it would be much better and more reliable to use SFN Windows system directory. Petr
  22. Core 2 is not P4. Core 2 is new architecture based on Pentium III, NetBurst architecture used by P4 was abandoned. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentium_4 PCIX? I think you meant PCI-E, and there is no problem with PCI-E video cards in Windows 9x in general, just some specific types don't have drivers and they may be some specific incompatibilities. I have successfully used ATI X300SE, X550 and Nvidia 6200, 6200TC and 6600 in computers with 915, 945, 955 and 975 Intel chipsets. What do you mean by "processor support"? I think no processor support is needed. The only processor dependent thing I'm aware of is the microcode update driver UPDATE.SYS, I've modified it to update Willamette and Northwood processors too, but this microcode update should be done by BIOS anyway. What do you mean by P4 support by Intel? Officially there is Windows 98SE INF installation utility for Intel 915 chipset but support for other newer chipsets can be easily added. The only problems are with AHCI/RAID, SATA in native mode, USB2.0 and HDA. This is valid for Intel P4 9xx chipsets, Intel 8xx P4 chipsets have complete support for Windows 9x. There are also other chipsets than Intel (VIA, SiS, Nvidia) NUSB provides no USB support, it is just mass storage driver. Chipset specific drivers are required for USB2.0 support and not all are available.AFAIK there are no Firewire drivers required, Firewire controller driver is built in Windows 98/Me. I think 500 W is necessary for really big systems with SLI Nvidia video cards, I have just measured my E6600 Core 2 system in Intel D975XBX motherboard with ATI X550 video card and 2 320GB HDDs and the maximum power (with special burn-in tests running) consumed (on primary side) is 140 W.Some poeople don't recommend modular connectors in power supplies because they decrease the reliability and increase the serial resistance. If possible to use them, 120 mm fans are even better because of lower noise level. Petr
  23. Do you know anything what is specific to laptop computers? I.e. something that all laptop computers have and all desktop computers don't have? I don't think so. Petr
  24. My experience is that many Nvidia PCIe cards work with Windows 98 SE, you just have to choose the model manually. Just look at the list at http://www.nvidia.com/object/81.98_9x_supported.html I have used 6200, 6200 Turbo Cache and 6600. It depends on the motherboard too. I don't think that there is FX5700 with PCIe bus. Petr


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