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bristols

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  1. Thanks for this. Many of the above updates are replaced by WildBill's unofficial updates: - 2360131 (WildBill) REPLACED BY 2416400 (WildBill) - 908506 - 2347290 (WildBill) replaces only Spoolsv.exe - 917537 - Asp.dll - REPLACED BY 2124261 (WildBill) - 921398 - Shell32.dll - REPLACED BY 2286198 (WildBill) - 923191 - Comctl32.dll - REPLACED BY 2296011 (WildBill) - 924667 - Mfc40u.dll, Mfc42u.dll - REPLACED BY 2387149 (WildBill) - 955069 - Msxml3.dll - REPLACED BY 2079403 (WildBill) - 967715 - Shell32.dll - REPLACED BY 2286198 (WildBill) - 970238 - Rpcrt4.dll - REPLACED BY 2360937 (WildBill) - 980218 - Atmfd.dll - REPLACED BY 2296199 (WildBill) This one is replaced by an official update: - 975713 - Shlwapi.dll - REPLACED BY 982381 (the last IE Cumulative Update) These I'm unsure about: - 980195 - ActiveX Kill Bits (REPLACED BY LATEST IE CU?) - 2290570 (?) - 908506 requires 896423 This one is not 'replaced', as such: - 971961 - Jscript.dll - Script 5.6 update. You can choose to install Script 5.6 or 5.7 updates. In the former case, this is the latest version of Jscript.dll. Something I'm unsure about are the CAT files contained in the obsoleted updates above. Do those CAT files supply registry changes or anything of value that is not supplied by WildBill's updates? Are they only relevant when those updates are installed?
  2. Hi brutus1234, Thanks for your report. I have updated the 2000 Updates page accordingly - hopefully it will go online soon. However. Although I have made 828026 obsolete on the page, I have a reservation, which is that I believe 828026 is still good for WMP 7.1. Now, the 2000 Updates page doesn't consider that anyone wants to slipstream WMP 7.1. Windows 2000 ships with 7.0, and I'm not sure exactly about the upgrade path to 7.1. Indeed, I have no idea whether or not anyone would even want to slipstream 7.1 instead of 9, and I know no good reason. I know that the Updates page is not totally comprehensive, for historical (and good) reasons (decisions made before my involvement). But if I come to learn of a good reason to slipstream 7.1, I'll look into providing links to the relevant files. Probably it has been talked about before here. To anyone who knows: please chime in.
  3. You're welcome. I'm not sure, but I suspect that the reason that usbser.sys is missing from the 'latest' update is because usbser.sys is for Windows 2000 Server. If you don't have Server (sorry - I don't recall whether you have specified in your posts ), I'm not sure whether or not the file will be slipstreamed. If this bothers you, then you need to speak to others here more experienced than myself for advice.
  4. Just use only the one that is named as usual. I'll have to get back to you on that. I suspect one of those files is just some sort of registry fix, but don't quote me. Meanwhile, if you've requested and downloaded both, you could try running a Command Prompt from the folder in which you saved the two updates, with the "-x" parameter, which will extract the contents of those files, so that you can compare their respective contents for date and build number. So for example, you would use a command like this: Windows2000-KB838417-x86-ENU.EXE -x "Windows2000-KB838417-x86-ENU.EXE" being the update's filename in this case.
  5. No problems to report about slipstreaming WillBill's unofficial updates? No sir everything workings fine on my end. All the newer versions replace the old ones and from what I see working properly. Thanks. Good stuff. I'll think about how to include them on the Windows 2000 Updates page.
  6. No problems to report about slipstreaming WillBill's unofficial updates?
  7. Mmmhhhh... Perhaps you meant "831375"? Indeed I did. Thanks for pointing out my error. I've updated the list. Actually, the note is possibly redundant in the context of HFSLIP. At least, I can just say that I found that manually installing 873437 before 831375 gave my system some kind of general protection error (if I recall correctly), and the OS wouldn't finish the boot process.
  8. Here is a direct download link for .NET 2 SP2: http://download.microsoft.com/download/c/6/e/c6e88215-0178-4c6c-b5f3-158ff77b1f38/NetFx20SP2_x86.exe As far as I am aware, that is the last official release for .NET 2x for Windows 2000. However, MFSN member blackwingcat has .NET 3.5 SP1 working: http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1095338.html (page in Japanese). Making a switchless installer for slipstreaming is beyond my ken, I'm afraid.
  9. I have not yet tried to slipstream the below listed hotfixes, but intend to have a go soon. Has anyone else? I hope to be able to include them in the Updates page (and also perhaps WildBill's unofficial updates, but this post doesn't address them). The hotfixes below for Windows 2000 SP4 (Pro and/or Server) contain files which seem to be newer than those available from the updates on the Windows 2000 Updates page I maintain. These hotfixes were issued to address specific issues, and were not included in SP4 or the later SP4 Update Rollup 1. Many of the KB articles for these hotfixes mention 'SP5'. Probably several (if not all) of these 'new' files were included in MSFN member Gurglemeyer's Unofficial SP5 project. Most of these are available upon request from Microsoft. I've made two lists for the same set of hotfixes. The first is a simple list with the KB number for each, linking to its article. The second is a more detailed list, showing the relevant files contained in those hotfixes of the first list. In the detailed list, those files in green are the latest files I'm aware of for Windows 2000 (excluding files from subsequent unofficial updates), by version number. I know that version number alone is not enough to determine whether or not any given file is the latest release. If you're aware of any errors here, please correct them. Please take notice of the notes in red. And sorry that this looks a bit messy. Simple list 839228 872955 180410 830051 818383 823442 819745 823658 824025 827475 830460 831694 892993 836726 840172 843125 889317 838417 843503 831375 873437 883528 885927 890202 892496 922667 896674 898465 899904 904711 906952 909916 911589 915365 919862 922823 925783 915985 Detailed list 839228: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=839228 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 18-Sep-2000 22:01 5.0.2195.1569 33,616 Fips.sys 18-Mar-2004 20:08 5.0.2195.6883 80,944 Ipsec.sys 12-Dec-2003 18:34 5.0.2195.6882 29,456 Ipsecmon.exe 21-Sep-2003 00:55 5.0.2195.6824 390,928 Netdiag.exe 18-Mar-2004 21:00 5.0.2195.6882 417,552 Oakley.dll 18-Mar-2004 21:00 5.0.2195.6882 96,528 Polagent.dll 18-Mar-2004 21:00 5.0.2195.6882 137,488 Polstore.dll 18-Mar-2004 21:00 5.0.2195.6824 58,128 Rasman.dll 18-Mar-2004 21:00 5.0.2195.6872 153,872 Rasmans.dll 18-Mar-2004 21:00 5.0.2195.6824 54,032 Rastapi.dll ============ 872955: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=872955 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------- 19-Jun-2003 07:35 5.0.2195.1569 33,616 Fips.sys 13-Jul-2004 05:51 5.0.2195.6960 80,944 Ipsec.sys 13-Jul-2004 05:51 5.0.2195.6960 29,456 Ipsecmon.exe 20-Sep-2003 12:25 5.0.2195.6824 390,928 Netdiag.exe 13-Jul-2004 12:02 5.0.2195.6960 417,552 Oakley.dll 13-Jul-2004 12:02 5.0.2195.6960 96,528 Polagent.dll 13-Jul-2004 12:02 5.0.2195.6960 137,488 Polstore.dll 19-Jun-2003 07:35 5.0.2195.6604 56,080 Rasman.dll 13-Jul-2004 12:02 5.0.2195.6872 153,872 Rasmans.dll 19-Jun-2003 07:35 5.0.2195.6604 54,032 Rastapi.dll ============ Replaces SP4 files 180410: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=180410: (Careful! When installed manually, this hotfix will overwrite some newer files with older) Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 17-Jun-2004 23:05 5.0.2195.6951 46,352 Basesrv.dll 21-Sep-2003 00:45 5.0.2195.6824 236,304 Cmd.exe 17-Jun-2004 23:05 5.0.2195.6945 231,184 Gdi32.dll 17-Jun-2004 23:05 5.0.2195.6946 712,464 Kernel32.dll 24-Mar-2004 02:17 5.0.2195.6898 37,136 Mf3216.dll 24-Mar-2004 02:17 5.0.2195.6824 54,544 Mpr.dll 18-Apr-2005 15:01 5.0.2195.7040 337,168 Msgina.dll 24-Mar-2004 02:17 5.0.2195.6892 90,264 Rdpwd.sys 18-Apr-2005 15:01 5.0.3900.7040 2,359,568 Shell32.dll 07-Feb-2005 05:35 5.0.2195.7026 6,301,696 Sp3res.dll 18-Apr-2005 15:01 5.0.2195.7029 126,736 Sysdm.cpl 29-Dec-2004 09:14 5.0.2195.7017 380,688 User32.dll 18-Apr-2005 15:01 5.0.2195.7029 396,048 Userenv.dll 24-Dec-2004 17:23 5.0.2195.7013 1,633,616 Win32k.sys 15-Feb-2005 07:06 5.0.2195.7031 184,592 Winlogon.exe 17-Jun-2004 23:05 5.0.2195.6946 244,496 Winsrv.dll 17-Jun-2004 23:05 5.0.2195.6946 712,464 Kernel32.dll 24-Dec-2004 17:23 5.0.2195.7013 1,633,616 Win32k.sys 17-Jun-2004 23:05 5.0.2195.6946 244,496 Winsrv.dll 25-Feb-2005 17:43 6.1.22.4 371,936 Updspapi.dll ============== Replaces SP4 files 19-Jun-2003 830051: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=830051 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 16-Jan-2004 00:18 5.0.2195.6891 88,048 Atapi.sys 16-Jan-2004 00:18 5.0.2195.6891 35,632 Classpnp.sys 16-Jan-2004 00:19 5.0.2195.6891 30,832 Disk.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file 818383: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=818383 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 22-Apr-2003 10:38 5.0.2195.6738 48,848 I8042prt.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file 823442: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=823442 Date Time Version Size File name --------------------------------------------------------- 11-Sep-2003 18:42 1.50.1085.112 708,696 Wbemcomn.dll ============== Replaces SP4 file 819745: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=819745 Date Time Version Size File name ------------------------------------------------------ 03-Jun-2003 20:50 5.0.2195.6752 149,840 Kmixer.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file 823658: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=823658 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Binlsvc.dll 5.0.2195.6871 97,552 05-Nov-2003 08:30 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 files 824025: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=824025 Date Time Version Size File name ------------------------------------------------------- 20-Sep-2003 22:35 5.0.2195.6824 46,000 Sysaudio.sys 07-Oct-2003 18:21 5.0.2195.6863 72,752 Wdmaud.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file 827475: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=827475 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Ntbackup.exe 5.0.2195.6877 1,164,048 02-Dec-2003 18:55 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 files 830460: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=830460 Date Time Version Size File name ---------------------------------------------------- 15-Oct-2003 17:09 6.1.9845.0 77,878 Msvcirt.dll 22-Oct-2003 18:04 6.1.9845.0 94,285 Msvcirtd.dll ============== Replaces SP4 file 831694: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=831694 Date Time Version Size File name ------------------------------------------------------ 30-Mar-2004 23:51 5.0.2195.6883 22,064 Pciidex.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file 892993: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=892993 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Els.dll 5.0.2195.7024 157,968 25-Jan-2005 09:30 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 file 836726: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=836726 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 20-Apr-2004 23:30 5.0.2195.6921 94,456 Sfc.dll ============== Replaces SP4 file 840172: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=840172 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------- 15-Apr-2004 00:22 5.0.2195.6920 163,344 Acpi.sys ============== Replaces SP4 files 843125: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=843125 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 19-Jun-2003 20:05 34,724 Ntdetect.com 25-May-2004 19:36 5.0.2195.6933 59,088 Pci.sys 10-Mar-2004 22:48 5.0.2195.6884 109,936 Pcmcia.sys ============== Replaces SP4 files 889317 http://support.microsoft.com/?id=889317 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------- 19-Jun-2003 20:05 34,724 Ntdetect.com 12-Mar-2005 06:21 5.0.2195.7035 59,248 Pci.sys 19-Jun-2003 20:05 5.0.2195.6664 109,584 Pcmcia.sys ============== Replaces SP4 files 838417 http://support.microsoft.com/?id=838417 Date Time Version Size File name --------------------------------------------------------- 07-Dec-2004 12:37 5.0.2195.7008 20,752 Usbd.sys 02-Dec-2004 10:32 5.0.2195.7006 40,560 Usbhub.sys 02-Dec-2004 10:32 5.0.2195.7006 22,768 Usbser.sys ============== Replaces SP4 files 843503: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=843503 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------- 12-Dec-2003 18:19 5.0.2195.6882 24,752 Hidclass.sys 11-Jun-2004 21:04 5.0.2195.6940 25,072 Openhci.sys 12-Dec-2003 17:37 5.0.2195.6882 32,944 Uhcd.sys 07-Jun-2004 23:46 32,543 Usb.inf 28-May-2004 20:55 5.0.2195.6935 20,752 Usbd.sys 12-Dec-2003 17:37 5.0.2195.6882 19,792 Usbehci.sys 17-Jan-2004 02:06 5.0.2195.6891 50,032 Usbhub20.sys 16-Jun-2004 18:52 5.0.2195.6941 139,120 Usbport.sys ============== Replaces SP4 files 831375: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=831375 (If installing manually, install before 873437) Date Time Version Size File name ---------------------------------------------------------- 10-Dec-2003 05:17 5.0.2195.6881 579,856 Autochk.exe 10-Dec-2003 09:17 5.0.2195.6881 13,584 Chkdsk.exe 15-Nov-2001 15:27 5,149 Empty.cat 11-Mar-2004 17:59 5.0.2195.6824 17,680 Fmifs.dll 11-Mar-2004 17:59 5.0.2195.6881 67,344 Ifsutil.dll 11-Mar-2004 17:59 5.0.2195.6881 83,216 Ufat.dll 11-Mar-2004 17:59 5.0.2195.6881 261,392 Ulib.dll 11-Mar-2004 17:59 5.0.2195.6881 322,832 Untfs.dll ============== Replaces SP4 files 873437: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=873437 (If installing manually, install ONLY AFTER 831375) Date Time Version Size File name --------------------------------------------------------- 19-Jun-2003 21:05 5.0.2195.6605 576,272 Autochk.exe 17-Jul-2004 02:23 5.0.2195.6960 66,832 Ifsutil.dll 19-Jun-2003 21:05 5.0.2195.6605 17,680 Fmifs.dll 19-Jun-2003 21:05 5.0.2195.6625 261,392 Ulib.dll 19-Jun-2003 21:05 5.0.2195.6660 321,296 Untfs.dll 19-Jun-2003 21:05 5.0.2195.6605 83,216 Ufat.dll 19-Jun-2003 21:05 5.0.2195.6625 13,584 Chkdsk.exe ============== Replaces SP4 file 883528: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=883528 Date Time Version Size File name ----------------------------------------------------------- 17-Aug-2004 05:35 5.0.2195.6968 22,832 Usbprint.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file 885927: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=885927 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------- 22-Sep-2004 10:36 5.0.3900.6975 225,552 Comdlg32.dll ============== Replaces SP4 file + 841880 890202: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=890202 Date Time Version Size File name ------------------------------------------------------ 10-Dec-2004 08:03 5.0.2195.7009 23,536 Usbstor.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file + 842933 892496: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=892496 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 11-Feb-2005 05:22 5.0.2195.7029 125,200 Gptext.dll ============== Replaces SP4 files 922667: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=922667 Windows 2000 Post-Service Pack 4 COM+ 1.0 Hotfix Rollup Package 37 ============== Replaces SP4 file 896674: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=896674 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------------- 15-May-2005 16:18 5.0.2195.7050 513,456 Ntfs.sys ============== Replaces SP4 file 898465: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=898465 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Scsiport.sys 5.0.2195.7071 74,672 19-Sep-2005 23:22 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 files 899904: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=899904 Date Time Version Size File name ---------------------------------------------------------- 15-Jul-2005 15:04 5.0.2195.7006 53,520 Ntmsapi.dll 15-Jul-2005 15:04 5.0.2195.7006 170,256 Ntmsdba.dll 15-Jul-2005 15:04 5.0.2195.7006 39,184 Ntmsevt.dll 15-Jul-2005 15:04 5.0.2195.7006 438,032 Ntmsmgr.dll 15-Jul-2005 15:04 5.0.2195.7059 401,680 Ntmssvc.dll 03-Dec-2004 03:56 5.0.2074.7006 47,376 Rsm.exe ============== Replaces SP4 files 904711: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=904711 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------- 01-Aug-2005 02:54 5.0.2195.7061 184,592 Winlogon.exe 12-Jul-2005 04:15 5.0.2195.7059 100,112 Scardsvr.exe ============== Replaces SP4 files 906952: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=906952 Date Time Version Size File name -------------------------------------------------------- 09-Sep-2005 00:27 5.0.2195.7070 115,472 Winspool.drv 25-Feb-2005 05:13 6.1.22.4 371,936 Updspapi.dll ============== Replaces SP4 file 909916: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=909916 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Fastfat.sys 5.0.2195.7075 142,320 27-Jan-2006 18:13 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 file 911589: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=911589 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Proquota.exe 5.0.2195.7090 48,400 05-May-2006 16:01 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 files 915365: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=915365 (SERVER ONLY) File name File version File size Date Time Platform Nddenb32.dll 5.0.2195.7079 17,168 01-Mar-2006 04:10 x86 Netdde.exe 5.0.2195.7079 110,352 01-Mar-2006 02:08 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 files 919862: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=919862 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Ntevt.dll 1.50.1085.6968 196,688 21-Jul-2006 09:41 x86 Provthrd.dll 1.50.1085.7105 77,919 21-Jul-2006 09:41 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 file 922823: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=922823 File name File version File size Date Time Platform Mprddm.dll 5.0.2195.7105 69,904 13-Jul-2006 07:15 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 file 925783: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=925783 (SERVER ONLY) File name File version File size Date Time Platform Tapisrv.dll 5.0.2195.7111 176,400 26-Sep-2006 11:52 x86 ============== Replaces SP4 file 915985 http://support.microsoft.com/?id=915985 (SERVER ONLY) File name File version File size Date Time Platform Ntdll.dll 5.0.2195.7080 484,112 22-Mar-2006 08:47 x86
  10. I wondered the same... @brutus1234: Indeed I'll add the Italian WMP9 installer to the page. Thank you.
  11. Thanks very much WidlBill. You know I guess that BlackWingCat also produced a patch for MS10-099: http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1371229.html It's a pity you guys couldn't work in tandem and share the load. Perhaps you do in some way(s) - if so, pardon me.
  12. A while ago, Erpman (erpdude8 here) announced that he would remove his NT4 and 9x updates pages from his website (he has since restored the latter page, with several updates removed). Before he did, I took the opportunity to download everything there that I didn't already have for Windows 95. The updates that were listed there, as well as those listed by MDGx (and one or two listed at Lightspeed's now defunct Win95 page), account for everything I downloaded for the OS. A few of the updates were produced by Erpman - at least, a few of the NT4 ones were, but possibly also some of the 95 ones. Anyway, I suspect I got Q229670 from Erpman's site, if not that of MDGx. It would be good to get the Erp's input here. Unfortunately WayBack Machine doesn't seem to have indexed his 9x page when it was at its fullest.
  13. bristols

    Windows Updates

    For those that don't know, I maintain the Windows 2000 Hotfixes page on FDV's site. FDV hasn't responded for the past couple of months to my attempts to contact him, and as a result, the page hasn't been updated (I can't upload changes to the page myself). Does anyone have any suggestions? I will consider posting the page elsewhere if there's any indication that FDV cannot / will not any longer be available.
  14. @LoneCrusader Try this page - hopefully it can supplement those updates you already have: http://erpman1.tripod.com/w9xmeupd.html You could also give this archived page a go: http://web.archive.org/web/20041229005517/erpman1.tripod.com/w95ntupd.html Erpman (MSFN's erpdude8) previously listed far more patches and hotfixes here. I believe I have most of them archived, so that cover collectively they include most if not all the files referenced in the post made by Petr. Do you happen to have a list of the actual KB numbers of hotfixes and patches you need? If so, I can probably supply you with each one if you wish. Edit: I've PM'ed you with a list.
  15. It would be good to know the outcome of your comparison. Please let us know in that event. I think this was based on erpdude8's work (someone please correct me if I'm wrong). In any case, MDGx (of course) hosts an unofficial WMP9 for 98 FE here: http://www.mdgx.com/wmp.htm#WMP9 Direct download: http://www.mdgx.com/spx/WMP90_98.EXE
  16. It's possible to install WMP 7.1 using a special script and a couple of files from the 7.0 package. Also the Windows Media 9 Codec Package for WMP 7 will install with only one error, an "Error registering OCX..." I don't remember the rest of it, Ill have to check again. But after that error it says it's installed successfully. As an off-topic aside, I'm interested to learn what advantage WMP7x has over 6.4 on Windows 95. Would either of you have anything to say on this? My only off-the-cuff idea would be about DVD playback, but I was under the impression that a simple registry fix can enable it in 6.4, too.
  17. bristols

    Windows Updates

    Boy, I admit that did not quite compute. Is the later release on the list? If so, which one? 967715 has the last official SHELL32.DLL - build 5.0.3900.7155. However the list of unofficial patches (to which I linked in my previous post) has a later (unofficial) build (thanks to WildBill!) - 5.0.3900.7158. The update in question is 2286198 - MS10-046 Vulnerability in Windows Shell Could Allow Remote Code Execution (update) - right now the first in the list. An obligatory word of caution - it's an unofficial update (although no-one seems to have had any problems with WildBill's updates, including me). Back and forth. ***** When you reply to a post, the first quote (in square brackets) shown in the message box contains the name of the quoted post's author and the time it was made.
  18. bristols

    Windows Updates

    Hi jinjou, Thanks for your time and concern. You're not alone. Other MSFN members are helping keep 2K alive with unofficial patches. Thanks for picking that up. I'll replace the web page link with this direct download. Hmmm. I found the direct download link for directx_9c_redist.exe, but Microsoft seems to have replaced the file on the server. Now, the size of the downloaded file is 1.3KB. Seems we need to find another (trusted) source for this file. Any suggestions? Well, Windows2000-KB908531-v2-x86-ENU.EXE is included for the sake of completeness, even though later release contain an updated SHELL32.DLL file. See, Windows2000-KB908531-v2-x86-ENU.EXE contains the file VERCLSID.EXE. It is the installation of this file that FDV does not recommend. However, in case someone needs this file (for some reason I know not what), it's listed. Perhaps I should make this update's situation clearer. I inherited the upkeep of this page. The "Don't do it!" remark was made before my involvement. I agree, it's not really helpful without an explanatory link. Thank you for supplying one. I'll make all these updates to the page and send it to FDV for upload. Thanks again!
  19. Incidentally, for anyone interested, the Orangeware 2.3 USB driver can be found here: http://web.archive.org/web/20070321052856/http://www.doubleh.com.tw/dh-page/download.htm Direct Download: http://web.archive.org/web/20061201081001/www.doubleh.com.tw/download/Driver+upgrade/AliNEC23-931119/U2v2_3.exe
  20. bristols

    Windows Updates

    Did you find out if these are obsolete. And I found another one Windows2000-KB957579-x86-ENU 923414 - Srv.sys, replaced by 982214 (MSFN user Wildbill-produced unofficial update) 936021 - Msxml3.dll, replaced by 2079403 (MSFN user Wildbill-produced unofficial update) 957579 - replaced by 951748 v2 While they work for me so far with no problems, of course you install unofficial updates at your own risk. Regarding 936021 and any other (official) update: to find out whether or not it has been superseded by an (official) update, you can check its security bulletin page. Each update has a column listing "bulletins replaced by this update". Check it: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS07-042.mspx
  21. Or indeed use an alternative. For example, the open-source SumatraPDF Reader is still in development, supports Windows 2000 and is far more lightweight than the Adobe Reader: http://blog.kowalczyk.info/software/sumatrapdf/
  22. bristols

    Windows Updates

    Here is some information from my notes (works for me, your mileage may vary): 2124261 = a Wildbill unofficial patch. Current, not obsolete. 914389 = replaced by 980232. 923414 = ? 936021 = ? 941644 = replaced by 951748 v2. 941693 = replaced by 979559. 943484 = replaced by 973037. 975560 = current, not obsolete.
  23. I have an old Dell Inspiron 3700 Laptop, with 440BX chipset, Pentium 3 500Mhz CPU and ATI Mobility M1 8MB AGP card. I want to know whether it is somehow possible to enable Banked VGA Write Combining (BVGAWC) and Linear Frame Buffer Write Combining (LFBWC) modes for this card under non-DOS-based operating systems. Apparently in old systems, Intel left the implementation of these modes, and Write Posting (WP), to software/OS developers. Fortunately for DOS and 9x users, there is FastVid, which implements the modes from pure DOS: http://www.mdgx.com/umb.htm#FAS However, I've been unable to find a solution for NT-based systems (I use Windows 2000). Does anyone know of a piece of software that could help? I use WPCredit on this system to perform a few tweaks at boot time to the PCI Configuration Registers. Does anyone know whether or not I could change something here to enable these modes? I've managed to change three registers successfully, but I'm ignorant about the purpose of many of them. For your information, here is the registers file (PCR) for the 440BX chipset (and thanks in advance!): PCR(PCI Configration Registers) Editor / WPCREDIT for WIN32 Copyright (c) 1998 H.Oda! [COMMENT]=Author H.Oda! & Shohei Uchikawa [MODEL]=440BX AGPset [VID]=8086:Intel [DID]=7190:Host to PCI Bridge (00)=Vendor Identification (01)=Vendor Identification (02)=Device Identification (03)=Device Identification [04:7]=Address/Data Stepping (Not implemented) [04:6]=Parity Error Enable 1=enable 0=disable [04:4]=Memory Write/Invalidate 0=hardwired to 0 [04:3]=Special Cycle Enable 0=hardwired to 0 [04:2]=Bus Master Enable 1=hardwired to 1 [04:1]=Memory Access Enable 1=hardwired to 1 [04:0]=I/O Access Enable 0=hardwired to 0 [05:1]=Fast Back-to-Back [05:0]=SERR# Enable 1=enable 0=disable [06:7]=Fast Back-to-Back 0=hardwired to 0 [06:4]=Capability List Negative of AGP DIS bit [07:7]=Detected Parity Error 1=detects in PCI Bus Tr. [07:6]=Signaled System Error 1=82443BX asserted SERR# [07:5]=Received Master Abort Status 1=abort happened [07:4]=Received Target Abort Status 1=abort happened [07:3}=Signaled Target Abort Status 0=hardwired to 0 [07:2]=DEVSEL# Timing[1:0] 01 = Medium. (hardwired) [07:1]=(Same as bit2) [07:0]=Data Parity Detected 0=hardwired to 0 (08)=Revision Identification 02h=B1 Stepping (0A)=Sub-Class Code 00h=Host Bridge (0B)=Base Class Code 06h=Bridge Device [0D:7]=Master Latency Timer[4:0]00000=disable function [0D:6]=(Same as top) [0D:5]=(Same as top) [0D:4]=(Same as top) [0D:3]=(Same as top) (0E)=Header Type 01h=hardwired to 01h [10:7]=12[5]:10[4] hardwired to 0 forces Min APSIZE 4MB [10:6]=(Same as top) [10:5]=(Same as top) [10:4]=(Same as top) (10:3)=Prefetchable 1=hardwired to 1 (10:2)=Type[1:0] 00=hardwired to 00 (10:1)=(Same as bit2) (10:0)=Memory Space Indicator 0=hardwired to 0 [11]=12[5]:10[4] hardwired to 0 forces Min APSIZE 4MB [12:7]=Lower Programmable Base Address[1:0] [12:6]=(Same as top) [12:5]=12[5]:10[4] hardwired to 0 forces Min APSIZE 4MB [12:4]=(Same as bit5) [12:3]=(Same as bit5) [12:2]=(Same as bit5) [12:1]=(Same as bit5) [12:0]=(Same as bit5) [13:7]=Upper Programmable Base Address[3:0] [13:6]=(Same as top) [13:5]=(Same as top) [13:4]=(Same as top) [13:3]=Lower Programmable Base Address[3:0] [13:2]=(Same as bit3) [13:1]=(Same as bit3) [13:0]=(Same as bit3) [2C]=Subsystem Vendor ID(Lo) defaults 00h, write once [2D]=Subsystem Vendor ID(Hi) defaults 00h, write once [2E]=Subsystem ID(Lo) defaults 00h, write once [2F]=Subsystem ID(Hi) defaults 00h, write once [34]=Capabilities Pointer A0h=AGP_DIS is 1 00h=else [50:7]=DRAM Data Integrity(Lo) 00=NonECC 01=EC 10=ECC [50:6]=ECC Diagnostic Mode 1=enable 0=disable(def) [50:5]=MDA Present [50:3]=USWC Write Post During IOBridge Access Enable [50:2]=In-Order Queue Depth 1 = In-order queue = max. [51:7]=WSC# Handshake Disable 1=MP and uses ext IOAPIC [51:5]=Host/DRAM Frequency[1:0] 00=100MHz 10=66MHz [51:4]=(Same as bit5) [51:3]=AGP to PCI Access 1=enable 0=disable [51:2]=PCI Agent to Aperture 1=Access disable from PCI [51:1]=Aperture Access Global 1=enable 0=disable [51:0]=DRAM Data Integrity(Hi) 00=NonECC 01=EC 10=ECC [52:2]=HostBus Fast Data Ready 1=enable 0=disable(def) [52:1]=ECC - EDO static Drive 1=ECC are always driven. [52:0]=IDSEL_REDIRECT 1=AD17 0=AD12(def) [53:7]=SDRAM[7] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [53:6]=SDRAM[6] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [53:5]=SDRAM[5] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [53:4]=SDRAM[4] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [53:3]=SDRAM[3] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [53:2]=SDRAM[2] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [53:1]=SDRAM[1] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [53:0]=SDRAM[0] ECC Support 1=ECC 0=Non ECC [57:5]=Module Mode Configuration [57:4]=DRAM Type[1:0] 00=EDO 01=SDRAM 10=RSDRAM [57:3]=11=(Reserved) [57:2]=DRAM Refresh Rate[2:0] 000=disable 001=15.6us [57:1]=010=31.2us 011=62.4us 100=124.8us 101=249.6us [57:0]=110=(Reserved) 111=(Reserved) [58:1]=EDO RASx# Wait State 0=1 tASR 1=2 tASR [58:0]=EDO CASx# Wait State 0=1 Tasc 1=2 Tasc [59:5]=PAM[0] Write Enable 0F0000h - 0FFFFFh [59:4]=PAM[0] Read Enable 0F0000h - 0FFFFFh [5A:5]=PAM[1] Write Enable 0C4000h - 0C7FFFh [5A:4]=PAM[1] Read Enable 0C4000h - 0C7FFFh [5A:1]=PAM[1] Write Enable 0C0000h - 0C3FFFh [5A:0]=PAM[1] Read Enable 0C0000h - 0C3FFFh [5B:5]=PAM[2] Write Enable 0CC000h - 0CFFFFh [5B:4]=PAM[2] Read Enable 0CC000h - 0CFFFFh [5B:1]=PAM[2] Write Enable 0C8000h - 0CBFFFh [5B:0]=PAM[2] Read Enable 0C8000h - 0CBFFFh [5C:5]=PAM[3] Write Enable 0D4000h - 0D7FFFh [5C:4]=PAM[3] Read Enable 0D4000h - 0D7FFFh [5C:1]=PAM[3] Write Enable 0D0000h - 0D3FFFh [5C:0]=PAM[3] Read Enable 0D0000h - 0D3FFFh [5D:5]=PAM[4] Write Enable 0DC000h - 0DFFFFh [5D:4]=PAM[4] Read Enable 0DC000h - 0DFFFFh [5D:1]=PAM[4] Write Enable 0D8000h - 0DBFFFh [5D:0]=PAM[4] Read Enable 0D8000h - 0DBFFFh [5E:5]=PAM[5] Write Enable 0E4000h - 0E7FFFh [5E:4]=PAM[5] Read Enable 0E4000h - 0E7FFFh [5E:1]=PAM[5] Write Enable 0E0000h - 0E3FFFh [5E:0]=PAM[5] Read Enable 0E0000h - 0E3FFFh [5F:5]=PAM[6] Write Enable 0EC000h - 0EFFFFh [5F:4]=PAM[6] Read Enable 0EC000h - 0EFFFFh [5F:1]=PAM[6] Write Enable 0E8000h - 0EBFFFh [5F:0]=PAM[6] Read Enable 0E8000h - 0EBFFFh [60]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 0 [61]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 1 [62]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 2 [63]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 3 [64]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 4 [65]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 5 [66]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 6 [67]=DRAM Row Boundary Addr 7 [68:7]=Fixed DRAM Hole Cntl[1:0]01=512-640KB, 10=15-16MB [68:6]=(Same as top) [69:7]=DQMB1/CASB1# strength [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [69:6]=(Same as top) [69:5]=DQMA[7:6,4:2,0] strength [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [69:4]=(Same as bit5) [69:3]=CKE1/GCKE strength[1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [69:2]=(Same as bit3) [69:1]=CKE0/FENA strength[1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [69:0]=(Same as bit1) [6A:7]=CSA1#/RASA1# etc strength0=1x 1=2x [6A:6]=CSA0#/RASA0# etc strength0=1x 1=2x [6A:5]=DQMA5/CASA5# strength [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6A:4]=(Same as bit5) [6A:3]=DQMA1/CASA1# strength [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6A:2]=(Same as bit3) [6A:1]=DQMA5/CASA5# strength [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6A:0]=(Same as bit1) [6B:7]=CSB6#/CKE4 strength[1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6B:6]=(Same as top) [6B:5]=CSA6#/CKE2 strength[1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6B:4]=(Same as bit5) [6B:3]=CSA5#/RASA5# etc strength0=1x 1=2x [6B:2]=CSA4#/RASA4# etc strength0=1x 1=2x [6B:1]=CSA3#/RASA3# etc strength0=1x 1=2x [6B:0]=CSA2#/RASA2# etc strength0=1x 1=2x [6C:7]=MECC [7:0] strength 2 [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6C:6]=(Same as top) [6C:5]=MECC [7:0] strength 1 [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6C:4]=(Same as bit5) [6C:3]=CSB7#/CKE5 strength[1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6C:2]=(Same as bit3) [6C:1]=CSA7#/CKE3 strength[1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6C:0]=(Same as bit1) [6D:7]=MAA[13:0] etc strength [1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6D:6]=(Same as top) [6D:5]=MAB[12:11, 9:0]# strength[1:0] 00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6D:4]=(Same as bit5) [6D:3]=MD [63:0] strength 2[1:0]00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6D:2]=(Same as bit3) [6D:1]=MD [63:0] strength 1[1:0]00=1x 10=2x 11=3x [6D:0]=(Same as bit1) (71:7)=(Reserved) default=1Fh [72:6]=SMM Space Open [72:5]=SMM Space Closed [72:4]=SMM Space Locked [72:3]=Global SMRAM Enable (72:2)=Compatible SMM Space Base[2] 010=A0000h - BFFFFh (72:1)=(Same as bit2) (72:0)=(Same as bit2) [73:7]=H_SMRAM_EN (H_SMRAME) [73:6]=E_SMRAM_ERR (E_SMERR) [73:5]=SMRAM_Cache (SM_CACHE) forced to 1 [73:4]=SMRAM_L1_EN (SM_L1) forced to 1 [73:3]=SMRAM_L2_EN (SM_L2) forced to 1 [73:2]=TSEG_SZ[1:0] (T_SZ)[1:0] 0=128,1=256,10=512,11=1M [73:1]=(Same as bit2) [73:0]=TSEG_EN (T_EN) 1=enable SMRAM 0=disable [74:1]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB0)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [74:0]=(Same as bit1) [74:3]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB1)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [74:2]=(Same as bit3) [74:5]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB2)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [74:4]=(Same as bit5) [74:7]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB3)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [74:6]=(Same as top) [75:1]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB4)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [75:0]=(Same as bit1) [75:3]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB5)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [75:2]=(Same as bit3) [75:5]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB6)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [75:4]=(Same as bit5) [75:7]=SDRAM Row Page Size[1:0] (DRB7)00=2K,01=4K,10=8K [75:6]=(Same as top) [76:7]=SDRAM Mode Select[2:0] 000=Normal SDRAM Op. [76:6]=(Same as top) 11x=(Reserved) [76:5]=(Same as top) else see manual [76:4]=SDRAMPWR 0=3DIMM 1=4DIMM [76:3]=Leadoff Command Timing 0=4 CS# 1=3 CS# [76:2]=CAS# Latency 0=3 DCLK 1=2 DCLK [76:1]=SDRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay 0=3 DCLK 1=2 DCLK [76:0]=SDRAM RAS# Precharge 0=3 DCLK 1=2 DCLK [77:1]=DRAM Leadoff Timing[1:0] 01=Add clock delay [77:0]=(Same as bit1) [78:3]=DRAM Idle Timer[3:0] 0000=0, 0001=2, 0010=4, [78:2]=(Same as bit3) 0011=8, 0100=16, [78:1]=(Same as bit3) 0101=32,0110=64, [78:0]=(Same as bit3) 0111=128 clks, 1xxx=Inf. [79:7]=Banks per Row (DRB7) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [79:6]=Banks per Row (DRB6) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [79:5]=Banks per Row (DRB5) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [79:4]=Banks per Row (DRB4) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [79:3]=Banks per Row (DRB3) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [79:2]=Banks per Row (DRB2) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [79:1]=Banks per Row (DRB1) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [79:0]=Banks per Row (DRB0) 0=2 Banks 1=4 Banks [7A:7]=Power Down SDRAM Enable 1=enable 0=disable [7A:6]=ACPI Control Register 1=enable 0=disable [7A:5]=Suspend Refresh Type 1=Self 0=CBR (Refresh) [7A:4]=Normal Refresh Enable 1=enable 0=disable (7A:3)=Quick Start Mode 1=enable 0=disable [7A:2]=Gated Clock Enable 1=enable 0=disable [7A:1]=AGP Disable (AGP_DIS) 1=AGP disable 0=enable [7A:0]=CPU reset without PCIRST 1=enable 0=disable [7B]=Suspend CBR Refresh Rate [7:0] [7C:4]=Suspend CBR Refresh Rate Auto Adjust 1=enable [7C:3]=Suspend CBR Refresh Rate [11:8] [7C:2]=(Same as bit3) [7C:1]=(Same as bit3) [7C:0]=(Same as bit3) [80:1]=Multiple Bit Error (MBE) 1=multi-bit ECC error [80:0]=Single Bit Error (SBE) 1=single-bit ECC error [81:7]=Error Address Pointer [15:12] [81:6]=(Same as top) [81:5]=(Same as top) [81:4]=(Same as top) [82]=Error Address Pointer [23:16] [83]=Error Address Pointer [31:24] [90:7]=SERR# on AGP NonSnoopableAccess Outside ofAperture [90:6]=SERR# on Invalid AGP DRAMAccess [90:5]=SERR# on AIGATT [90:4]=SERR# on Receiving TargetAbort [90:3]=SERR# on Detected ThermalThrottling Condition [90:2]=SERR# Assertion Mode [90:1]=SERR# on Receiving Multi-ple-Bit ECC/Parity Error [90:0]=SERR# on Receiving Single-bit ECC Error (91:7)=Multi-bit 1st Error[2:0] (MBFRE) indicates row (91:6)=(Same as top) (91:5)=(Same as top) [91:4]=Multiple-bit ECC Error Flag (MEF) (91:3)=Single-bit 1st Row Error [2:0] (SBFRE) (91:2)=(Same as bit3) (91:1)=(Same as bit3) [91:0]=Single-bit (correctable) ECC Error Flag (SEF) [92:4]=Read thermal Throttling Condition [92:3]=Write Thermal Throttling Condition [92:2]=AGP non-snoopable access outside of Aperture [92:1]=Invalid AGP non-snoopableDRAM read access [92:0]=Access to Invalid GraphicApertureTranslation Table (94:7)=(Reserved) default=04h (95:7)=(Reserved) default=61h (99:7)=(Reserved) default=05h (A0)=AGP Capability ID (A1)=Next Capability Pointer (A2:3)=Minor AGP Revision Number[3:0] (A2:2)=(Same as bit3) (A2:1)=(Same as bit3) (A2:0)=(Same as bit3) (A2:7)=Major AGP Revision Number[3:0] (A2:6)=(Same as top) (A2:5)=(Same as top) (A2:4)=(Same as top) [A4:1]=AGP Data Transfer Type[1]01=1x 10=2x 11=default [A4:0]=AGP Data Transfer Type[0] [A5:1]=AGP Side Band Addressing Supported, hardwired to 1 [A7]=AGP Maximum Request QueueDepth [A8:1]=AGP Data Transfer Rate[1]00=default 01=1x 10=2x [A8:0]=AGP Data Transfer Rate[0] [A9:1]=AGP Side Band Enable 1=enable 0=disable [A9:0]=AGP Enable 1=enable 0=disable [B0:7]=GTLB Enable (and GTLB Flush Control) [B1:7]=Snoopable Writes In OrderWith AGP Reads Disable [B1:5]=Graphics Aperture Write- AGP Read Sync. Enable [B4:5]=Graphics Aperture Size (APSIZE) 000000=256MB [B4:4]=Graphics Aperture Size 100000=128MB [B4:3]=Graphics Aperture Size 110000=64MB [B4:2]=Graphics Aperture Size 111000=32MB [B4:1]=Graphics Aperture Size 111100=16MB [B4:0]=Graphics Aperture Size 111110=8MB 111111=4MB [B9:7]=Aperture Translation Table Base [15:12] [B9:6]=(Same as top) [B9:5]=(Same as top) [B9:4]=(Same as top) [BA]=Aperture Translation Table Base [23:16] [BB]=Aperture Translation Table Base [31:24] (C8:7)=(Reserved) default=18h (C9:7)=(Reserved) default=0Ch [CA:7]=CSA0#/RASA0# CSB0#/RASB0#0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CA:6]=DQMA5/CASA5# Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CA:5]=DQMA1/CASA1# Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CA:4]=DQMB5/CASB5# Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CA:3]=DQMB1/CASB1# Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CA:2]=DQMA[7:6,4:2,0]/ CASA[7:6,4:2,0]# [CA:1]=CKE1/GCKE Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CA:0]=CKE0/FENA Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:7]=CSA7#/CKE3 Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:6]=CSB6#/CKE4 Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:5]=CSA6#/CKE2 Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:4]=CSA5#/RASA5#,CSB5#/RASB5#0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:3]=CSA4#/RASA4#,CSB4#/RASB4#0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:2]=CSA3#/RASA3#,CSB3#/RASB3#0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:1]=CSA2#/RASA2#,CSB2#/RASB2#0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CB:0]=CSA1#/RASA1#,CSB1#/RASB1#0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CC:6]=MAA[13:0] etc Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CC:5]=MAB[12:11, 9:0]# Bus Freq0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CC:4]=MD [63:0] Bus Freq Ctrl2 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CC:3]=MD [63:0] Bus Freq Ctrl1 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [CC:2]=MECC [7:0] Bus Freq Ctrl20=66MHz 1=100MHz [CC:1]=MECC [7:0] Bus Freq Ctrl10=66MHz 1=100MHz [CC:0]=CSB7#/CKE5 Bus Freq 0=66MHz 1=100MHz [D0]=BIOS Scratch Pad (BSPAD) [7:0] [D1]=BIOS Scratch Pad (BSPAD) [15:8] [D2]=BIOS Scratch Pad (BSPAD) [23:16] [D3]=BIOS Scratch Pad (BSPAD) [31:24] [E0:7..3]=Throttle QWord Maximum (TQM) [4:0] [E0:6]=(Same as top) [E0:5]=(Same as top) [E0:4]=(Same as top) [E0:3]=(Same as top) [E0:2]=DRAM Write Throttle Mode [2:0] [E0:1]=(Same as bit2) 100=Normal Operations [E0:0]=(Same as bit2) else=(Reserved) [E1:7]=Throttle Monitoring Window (TMW) [2:0] [E1:6]=(Same as top) [E1:5]=(Same as top) [E1:4]=Throttle QWord Maximum (TQM) [9:5] [E1:3]=(Same as bit4) [E1:2]=(Same as bit4) [E1:1]=(Same as bit4) [E1:0]=(Same as bit4) [E2:7]=Throttle Time (TT) [3:0] [E2:6]=(Same as top) [E2:5]=(Same as top) [E2:4]=(Same as top) [E2:3]=Throttle Monitoring Window (TMW) [6:3] [E2:2]=(Same as bit3) [E2:1]=(Same as bit3) [E2:0]=(Same as bit3) [E3:7]=Global QWord Threshold (GQT) [5:0] [E3:6]=(Same as top) [E3:5]=(Same as top) [E3:4]=(Same as top) [E3:3]=(Same as top) [E3:2]=(Same as top) [E3:1]=Throttle Time (TT) [5:4] [E3:0]=(Same as bit1) [E4:7]=Global DRAM Write Sampling Window [1:0] [E4:6]=(Same as top) [E4:5]=Global QWord Threshold (GQT) [11:6] [E4:4]=(Same as bit5) [E4:3]=(Same as bit5) [E4:2]=(Same as bit5) [E4:1]=(Same as bit5) [E4:0]=(Same as bit5) [E5:5]=Global DRAM Write Sampling Window [7:2] [E5:4]=(Same as bit5) [E5:3]=(Same as bit5) [E5:2]=(Same as bit5) [E5:1]=(Same as bit5) [E5:0]=(Same as bit5) [E7:7]=Throttle Lock (TLOCK) 1=E0h - EFh is Read Only [E8:7]=Read Throttle QWord Max (RTQM) [4:0] [E8:6]=(Same as top) [E8:5]=(Same as top) [E8:4]=(Same as top) [E8:3]=(Same as top) [E8:2]=DRAM Read Throttle Mode [2:0] [E8:1]=(Same as bit2) 100=Normal Operations [E8:0]=(Same as bit2) else=(Reserved) [E9:7]=Read Throttle Monitoring Window (RTMW) [2:0] [E9:6]=(Same as top) [E9:5]=(Same as top) [E9:4]=Read Throttle QWord Max (RTQM) [9:5] [E9:3]=(Same as bit4) [E9:2]=(Same as bit4) [E9:1]=(Same as bit4) [E9:0]=(Same as bit4) [EA:7]=Read Throttle Time (RTT) [3:0] [EA:6]=(Same as top) [EA:5]=(Same as top) [EA:4]=(Same as top) [EA:3]=Read Throttle Monitoring Window (RTMW) [6:3] [EA:2]=(Same as bit3) [EA:1]=(Same as bit3) [EA:0]=(Same as bit3) [EB:7]=Global Read QWord Threshold [5:0] [EB:6]=(Same as top) [EB:5]=(Same as top) [EB:4]=(Same as top) [EB:3]=(Same as top) [EB:2]=(Same as top) [EB:1]=Read Throttle Time (RTT) [5:4] [EB:0]=(Same as bit1) [EC:7]=Global DRAM Read SamplingWindow (GDRSW) [1:0] [EC:6]=(Same as top) [EC:5]=Global Read QWord Threshold [11:6] [EC:4]=(Same as bit5) [EC:3]=(Same as bit5) [EC:2]=(Same as bit5) [EC:1]=(Same as bit5) [EC:0]=(Same as bit5) [ED:5]=Global DRAM Read SamplingWindow (GDRSW) [7:2] [ED:4]=(Same as bit5) [ED:3]=(Same as bit5) [ED:2]=(Same as bit5) [ED:1]=(Same as bit5) [ED:0]=(Same as bit5) [F0:7]=AGP Jam Latch Strength 1=Enable strong pull-down [F0:6]=AGP Jam Latch Strength 1=Enable weak pull-down [F1:1]=AGP Jam Latch Strength 1=Enable strong pull-up [F1:0]=AGP Jam Latch Strength 1=Enable weak pull-up (F5:7)=(Reserved) default=F8h (F8:7)=(Reserved) default=20h (F9:7)=(Reserved) default=0Fh
  24. @erpdude8 WildBill's patch is now at Version 3. It's here: Windows2000-KB2286198-v3-x86-ENU.EXE Check this post for a whole slew of further post-EOL patches for Windows 2000: The thread to which I just linked really needs to be made a sticky!! @WildBill I've been meaning to say: utterly fantastic work! All power to you! Do you intend to keep this up? I really hope the answer is positive.
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