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KernelEx for Win2000


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3 minutes ago, Nandor said:

Hi Guys

I have Windows 2000 with extended kernel installed on my acer veriton n260g thanks to blackwingcat i found a driver for the sata ich9 the only problem the Realtek Audio Driver which dont make any sound the yellow exclamation mark is next to the Microsoft UAA Bus driver as well.

Anyone had experience with this blessed integrated realtek audio?The only thing i can think that maybe i should had installed the audio driver before the extended kernel and maybe that would made it work?

What you guys think?

AFAIK Acer Veriton N260G uses ALC662 chip, which should have native Windows 2000 drivers. Try these.

Also try installing Extended Core v16e, it should let you install some XP drivers.

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On 4/18/2021 at 5:16 PM, jaclaz said:

WHICH software/driver?

Afaik it does exist logitech drivers version 13.51.823.0 that should be Windows 2000 compatible (even if listed as XP and later).

https://webcamtests.com/drivers/logitech/logitech-all_13.51.823.0-camera-driver-for-windows-xp-vista-7-8-8.1-10-x86

The above is a "plain" .zip, no installer, no idea if it will work for you.

There is also an earlier version:

https://webcamtests.com/drivers/logitech/logitech-all_13.1.1021.0-camera-driver-for-windows-xp-vista-7-8-8.1-10-x86

jaclaz

Thanks for that. I tried both versions but didn't work. I installed the INF and it shows up in Device Manager but has an asterisk, and camera application doesn't recognize. I tried recording audio using the webcam microphone and that ends up in a blue screen.

 

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Does anyone knows is there any way to get working Intel SpeedStep Technology in Windows 2000 with Intel Core 2 Duo T7100 CPU (Dell Latitude D630)?

Might be there's a some way with Extended Kernel?

I'm already tried official drivers from Dell website, but non of these worked.

Yes, I know that it can be disabled in BIOS. But my CPU still runs with temperature around 44-45 C while idling (with enabled SpeedStep it runs at 70 C). For example under Windows XP that supports SpeedStep Technology, the same CPU idling with temperature around 34-35 C so laptop fan stops as it should be.

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43 minutes ago, Andreasmir said:

Does anyone knows is there any way to get working Intel SpeedStep Technology in Windows 2000 with Intel Core 2 Duo T7100 CPU (Dell Latitude D630)?

Might be there's a some way with Extended Kernel?

I'm already tried official drivers from Dell website, but non of these worked.

Yes, I know that it can be disabled in BIOS. But my CPU still runs with temperature around 44-45 C while idling (with enabled SpeedStep it runs at 70 C). For example under Windows XP that supports SpeedStep Technology, the same CPU idling with temperature around 34-35 C so laptop fan stops as it should be.

It’s not speedstep but have you installed the 2k dual core registry fix? That may be causing part of the hotter temperature. My D630 runs fairly cool with the fix but I think my CPU is a T8 something or other

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48 minutes ago, ojt_1998 said:

It’s not speedstep but have you installed the 2k dual core registry fix? That may be causing part of the hotter temperature. My D630 runs fairly cool with the fix but I think my CPU is a T8 something or other

Yes, I have it installed, but it doesn't help. Did you have a SpeedStep enabled or disabled in your D630 BIOS?

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If I boot up after installing, Windows tells you that a .dll file related to .NET 4.0 is missing.

Is this supposed to go with your .NET 4.0 backport, or if it's just a leftover from the external installer that I'm using?

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