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  1. Thread: Osi c4p

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    Unlikely - it's something you'll have to live...

    Unlikely - it's something you'll have to live with.

    Now, since it seems to be fully working, you are now in a position to do whatever it was you had in mind when you bought it.
  2. Thought I'd see what happened on my XP computers...

    Thought I'd see what happened on my XP computers - but in every case, the bios doesn't even have 5 1/4" drives as a choice. So much for that. :(
  3. Thread: Osi c4p

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    Hi Red, another person from Sydney. :) 3 more...

    Hi Red, another person from Sydney. :) 3 more posts, and you won't be moderated any more.

    I wonder if the c4p rom is the same as the other OSI roms... hmm

    Looks like this c4p is working, or...
  4. Thread: Osi c4p

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    Try writing a program to preset all the colour...

    Try writing a program to preset all the colour ram to a certain value. If it works, then the ram is ok.

    I had a computer where the colour was an extra part, and you had to initialise the ram...
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    I've never owned or used anything by Apple, so I...

    I've never owned or used anything by Apple, so I had to find out when OS/X first appeared, which was 1999. Now Windows 2000 also appeared in 1999, and updates are still available, so it would appear...
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    Definitely no defrag tool supplied. However, a...

    Definitely no defrag tool supplied. However, a company produced their own which you could buy. Unfortunately, I cannot recall the name of the company or product.

    Microsoft later bought out the...
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    It was only a few weeks ago that I replaced my 3...

    It was only a few weeks ago that I replaced my 3 remaining regular in-use W2K machines with Win7 ones. There was nothing wrong with W2K, it's just that the hardware was getting old. I think it was an...
  8. Thread: Osi c4p

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    Tezza's looks like it's 64 columns, but yours is...

    Tezza's looks like it's 64 columns, but yours is 32 columns and repeating. I'd suggest to have a look around the chips in the video section.
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    I don't know - I don't have NT 3.51. In fact, the...

    I don't know - I don't have NT 3.51. In fact, the only time I ever saw 3.51 was when someone from I.T. had just installed it on a pc, and was boasting that it would never crash. At that moment, it...
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    Just checked the NT 4.0 hard drives here, and 7...

    Just checked the NT 4.0 hard drives here, and 7 of them have IE6.0.2800.1106 - they say SP6 at boot, but I suppose they might have 6a - (seems i can use winver to find out).

    Also, IE6.0.2800.1106...
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    Thanks for the replies. :) I had already found...

    Thanks for the replies. :)

    I had already found NT4SP6a, and another rollup which I called 6b. But neither of these enabled the online windows update in IE6. If there's nothing online, then there's...
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    Updates for Windows NT and 98SE

    I've worked out how to get windows updates for W2K and later, but updates for NT and 98/SE still eludes me.

    Firstly, are there any updates available for these systems? If so, what patches do I...
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    What version of firefox are you using?

    What version of firefox are you using?
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    Any reason why you prefer IE5 over IE6 ?

    Any reason why you prefer IE5 over IE6 ?
  15. Just guessing, have a look in the scheduled...

    Just guessing, have a look in the scheduled tasks. If it isn't there, run msconfig and see what appears.
  16. I don't think you need an excuse to run XP - if...

    I don't think you need an excuse to run XP - if it's what you need to do the job then just use it. I have plenty of XP machines, and occasionally they will be connected to the internet, and nothing...
  17. I can't think of anything else that is obvious....

    I can't think of anything else that is obvious. I've seen a fix that involved re-registering a bunch of DLLs, but it's something that's rarely needed. I suppose you can try it anyway, it isn't going...
  18. Please ignore the part about Media Player and...

    Please ignore the part about Media Player and Direct-X. That comment applies to Windows 2000, but this forum will not permit me to correct my mistakes.
  19. In the last month I upgraded about a dozen XP...

    In the last month I upgraded about a dozen XP setups by using Windows Update, and they were all successful. I also took the opportunity of adding the posready hack, and this gave a whole pile of...
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    Thank you :)

    Thank you :)
  21. If you've got another machine with DOS 6, you...

    If you've got another machine with DOS 6, you might be able to put the floppy into that and attempt an UNDELETE. You take your life in your hands though.

    If you deleted a directory, then maybe...
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    Well, I was mostly right, in practical terms. :D...

    Well, I was mostly right, in practical terms. :D

    Talking about disk corruption, I have a second-hand (free) NAS with a 80GB hard drive using the FAT32 system. Whenever I copy a large number of...
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    Just a matter of personal preference, I believe....

    Just a matter of personal preference, I believe.

    FAT32 has a limitation of 2TB (although that won't worry you), and has no security at the file level (like FAT16).

    It should all work fine. Good...
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    You've got 11 posts now, so your replies should...

    You've got 11 posts now, so your replies should appear immediately.
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    Yes that is true. Plus you get support for bigger...

    Yes that is true. Plus you get support for bigger drives, and you get FAT32. No meaningful USB though, not until Windows 2000.
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