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  1. If your screen size is 1366x768 and you use Windows 95, You may notice that the display does not auto resize after VMware tools is installed. This is how i fixed that issue. 1. If you haven't already, Install VMware Tools. 2.After the installer finishes. You will see a notepad window telling you how to install the SVGA drivers, which we will ignore. 3.In that notepad window, Go to File,Open and go to, C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Tools\drivers\video (Sorry in advance if that's wrong) 3b. Go to the file type menu and set it to 'All files' then right click on VMX_svga and click properites. Then uncheck the 'read-only' attribute. Save the changes and open the file. 3c.You'll then see the driver file. Highlight the whole 'MODES?,800x600' text and copy and paste it. Make sure there is spaces. Then change the '800x600' to '1366x768' or desired resoultion and save it. 4. Then install the driver as intended. Using Display properites or device manager. Note: If the screen does not resize, you can try changing the resoultion to 600x480 or 800x600 and resizeing again. Comment down below if there's a problem with this guide. -Nerdulater
  2. After Installing 95 C, You may see the Internet explorer 4 wizard with a grayed X and cancel button. The fix is very simple. Task manager also works. Only step:Hit ALT+F4/ESC. Thats it. Yep. Seriously. Very mandatory. -Nerdulater
  3. I have been working on an updated version of SeaMonkey 1.1.19 (Firefox 2) for Windows 95 and NT4. I plan to backport CSS features over from newer versions of the browser, as well as modify the browser to work better with the modern web and improve user experience on older OSes. (I plan to include an optional hosts file that blocks Facebook and Google Analytics URLs, which will speed up the web greatly.) Right now, it is just a rebrand, but I am working on newer features and I do accept contributors. GitHub Page Latest Release
  4. I have a Mazak machine (Milling VRX 500), the interface runs on Windows 95. I need to transfer a large amount of data from the machine to my 4 GB Sandisk Compact Flash. But the CF drive is not appearing in the explorer, therefore I cannot access it. Can someone suggest what can I do to solve this situation. Another option is using Floppy Disk, which is ridiculously small, about 1.44 MB. I can transfer via the Mazak Software, but it only allows one by one file transfer (I've got a few hundreds of files). The process is really tedious, take weeks to accomplish this. Also, no USB port exists. Someone got any idea?
  5. I'm currently running Windows 95 SP1 under VMware Player 6.0.4 (host OS: Windows Vista) with the VMware SVGA II graphics card driver installed and I've run into a problem with a old graphics editing programme called Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 (released in June 1995). The application works under Windows 95, however when I try to tinker around with the toolbox, edit the canvas or attempt to save a file after a few minutes, Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 crashes: Clicking on Details prior to closing Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 displays the following: I'm wondering if the problem relies on the Windows 95 operating system itself (including the updates that I installed), Adobe Photoshop itself or the KERNEL32.DLL module that hasn't even been updated yet. I searched for answers to resolve this issue, but it has been no help at all. Is there a way to fix this problem? 64 MB of system memory and 4 MB of video memory is allocated to the guest OS under VMware Player. Update: I found that Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 isn't fully compatible with Windows 95. Updating to version 3.0.5 apparently solved the issue.
  6. Hi, I am trying to understand the usb support or non-support problem of Win95. The usb support files of OSR 2.5 extent Win95 with several files and especially with the NTKERN.VXD which include the usb wdm stack, I think. Inside that file there are some strings which points to HAL.DLL and ntoskrnl.exe. I believe that this two files are inline of NTKERN.VXD, could this be right and how will these two files used by the other driver files like usbd.sys? Sadly, I couldn't find any tools like 'Dependency Walker' or 'PE Explorer' for files in LE format to analyze vxd files. Perhaps someone can help me.
  7. While cleaning out my closet recently, I found my old Windows 95 installation disk that came with my first computer (still in working order). So, I decided to test it out and see if it could run on modern (2008) hardware. I followed this YouTuber's tutorial on running Windows 3.1 from a flash drive, but copied the files from my Win95. The installation went successfully and it booted right up after editing the System.ini file to work around the memory bug. So, I've decided to challenge myself and see how useful I can make it run. I've installed BearWindows's VBEMP9x driver to get correct display resolution, and a mouse wheel driver to get two-finger scroll working. But I currently have no sound or ethernet. I could not find a Realtek HD Audio driver nor a Atheros AR81xx to get these working. Has anyone attempted this on similar hardware? Is it possible to use DOS drivers for some of these things? This is an Asus Eee PC 1000HD and I'm running Windows 95 OSR1 "A".
  8. Sorry if this got posted twice! Has anyone had any luck getting this chipset to natively work on windows 95? I'm trying to load this on an Dell Optiplex GX270. The last time I tried this was when installing the graphics driver, but didn't work since it complain of a missing dll when trying to launch igfxtray. The driver refuses to load without this. Could someone please help me into to getting this to work? Windows 95 is my favorite version of Win9x, and would much rather use it on this machine rather than xp which is slow as hell under 512 MB of RAM. *Also I am aware of the Vemp 9x Drivers, but trying to get the real driver to work because these drivers have this glitch that causes the entire screen to go black when opening a dos prompt, doesn't even work when executing a dos game under windows!
  9. Hey there! I recently installed Windows 95 OEM Service Release 2 over MS-DOS/Windows 3.1 after concerns that MS-DOS wouldn't fully recognise the hard disk larger than 2 GB. I had to convert the drive to FAT32 and resize the drive to full capacity at 32 KB clusters (or up yo 66,732 clusters). On the Fujitsu website regarding the LIFEBOOK Point 510, it only found three files, the BIOS update to version 1.09 (1997-09-09), the pen driver for Windows 95 and the updated Windows 95 patch. I'm curious to ask here. In page 33 of the manual for the Fujitsu Point 510 unit, it mentioned the ability to rotate the display from landscape (wide) to portrait (tall) as well as performing pen calibration. Are there any other drivers for the Point 510, for example, which it will let me rotate the display in landscape or portrait mode and perform pen calibration under Windows 95? The integrated video card that the Point 510 uses is the Chip & Technologies (C&T) 65548 display adapter with 1 MB of video RAM. Just curious, because when it had Windows 3.1, I couldn't find any information on that.

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