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    If I understand you correctly I don't think...

    If I understand you correctly I don't think there's another pure dos environment after win ME so naturally yes, every version after that has the additional switches.
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    If you're using the win98 dos files to boot into...

    If you're using the win98 dos files to boot into plain dos, you're right. What you might not know is that the same command when run from within windows (command prompt) it has the additional switches...
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    Wow I remember those circulating since the BBS...

    Wow I remember those circulating since the BBS era, along with the "Husband v1.0" and "Wife v1.0" jokes
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    One case they definitely are is when they are...

    One case they definitely are is when they are actually mounted inside the laptop.
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    Another option would be the Amstrad CPC 6128,...

    Another option would be the Amstrad CPC 6128, although not very common in the US I believe. It can run CP/M, original disks/images are all around the internet, an external modern 3.5" floppy can be...
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    Maybe the check was done on the original document...

    Maybe the check was done on the original document and then they outsourced printing.
    btw kgober got correctly that when you try to write "ith a floppy drive and a hard drive" on a greek keyboard...
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    This. Speed is one thing, another is to actually...

    This. Speed is one thing, another is to actually allow the user to do everything he wants.
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    To "fix" it on the linux side (set mint to use...

    To "fix" it on the linux side (set mint to use local time) run

    sudo timedatectl set-local-rtc 1
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    Maybe I wasn't clear, I've had a very late socket...

    Maybe I wasn't clear, I've had a very late socket 7 motherboard with 2 SIMM sockets (+DIMMs but as you said it's irrelevant) that works with 1 SIMM installed. Uncommon? Sure. But it exists.
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    That's not entirely true. Maybe it applied on...

    That's not entirely true. Maybe it applied on early Pentiums chipsets or was the most common case, but definitely not a generic rule. Also this is clearly a late socket 7 motherboard as it has DIMM...
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    Just don't get this exact one for anything not...

    Just don't get this exact one for anything not LBA-capable. Unhappy owner of two.
  12. Thread: ReactOS status

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    It doesn't work well even for the very basics...

    It doesn't work well even for the very basics yet. I have been giving it a try every once in a while, but no major progress has been done (for what the user ends up experiencing)
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    It's printed on the cd, it contains software for...

    It's printed on the cd, it contains software for both the cdrom and the floppy drive
  14. At least please keep the boards available so we...

    At least please keep the boards available so we can build the card ourselves after sourcing the components like we used to do when the boards were available from lo-tech. Individuals running a board...
  15. About the "modern" part, the way to go is to use...

    About the "modern" part, the way to go is to use a Telnet-to-FOSSIL proxy to expose the BBS to the internet.
  16. Of course there are, maybe not in English though....

    Of course there are, maybe not in English though. Our local (in Greek) retro magazine called RetroPlanet for example is being printed for more than 5 years now quarterly and counts 20+ issues. Other...
  17. Thread: Sata

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    When you see SATA 2/3 on a cable it means that it...

    When you see SATA 2/3 on a cable it means that it is certified to work at that speed. Only once in my life I've seen an early, obviously SATA 1 cable, that wouldn't work with a SATA 3 drive. So...
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    I'll just leave this here since both the incident...

    I'll just leave this here since both the incident and this thread are recent: Today I decided to spend some time on a multi I/O ISA card that 2 out of 3 times makes the BIOS complain about FDC + HDD...
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    Since you're using Dosbox, have you tried "BOOT...

    Since you're using Dosbox, have you tried "BOOT DUNZHIN.IMG" (or DUNZHIN1.IMG) ?
  20. Well the scenario reminded me of TV series...

    Well the scenario reminded me of TV series "Lost", could it be Lost: Via Domus? Although this is late 2000.
  21. Thread: DDNS problems

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    If you're trying to connect using the domain name...

    If you're trying to connect using the domain name from within your LAN, make sure your router supports NAT loopback. Many don't. In this case try connecting from somewhere else, or just ask a friend...
  22. Thread: DDNS problems

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    Agreed, 6 is a very good price to pay yearly...

    Agreed, 6 is a very good price to pay yearly instead of having to click on emails.
    But I insist, you don't even have to login. There is just a checkbox "confirm my free domain" or something similar...
  23. Thread: DDNS problems

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    by, uhm, logging in :p No seriously, you don't...

    by, uhm, logging in :p No seriously, you don't need to keep track of it. They send an email well before it expires with one button to click and extend/renew your free account.

    also a tip for...
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    Not sure if you meant otherwise, just to be clear...

    Not sure if you meant otherwise, just to be clear FreeDOS' diskcopy can also be used as a standalone application from MS-DOS
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    FreeDOS' diskcopy can also grab and write images

    FreeDOS' diskcopy can also grab and write images
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