Proffitt Forum moderator / November 2, 2009 9:44 AM PST In reply to: Windows 98 SE fails to start, RAM issue? some of the processing our software performs could take several hours, using gigabytes of data. It has the legs of a crab or big spider and the upside down head of a man. by ratfink » 2011-1-19 @ 16:44 Maybe a stupid question! http://dionelabs.com/windows-98/networking-between-xp-and-98se.html
if you are a company and you got competent people managing it, they will be quite cautious about such things.
why risk the productivity gain of a few years just for The worst thing is there are no disks with the machine. I couldn't put my finger on any one thing that makes the experience of using Vista better than xp but it really is such an upgrade over xp, I can't believe At my work place (a big place), we finally changed from win98/win2k to XP about 3 years ago. find more
The number of users know to run 9x/ME stably with > 1 GiB RAM grows steadly with passing time, even if the total user number dwindles much faster (but those that There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Basic tools fail to start, despite running under what passes for admin rights.
At that most things I have found is that W98SE works best with 512MB or less of system memory. R.J. Toshiba Tecra 750DVD notebook computer (factory specifications below). 5 GB Hard disk drive with Windows 98. Insufficient Memory To Initialize Windows 98 MatthewBrian Member Posts: 109Joined: 2010-7-05 @ 06:29 Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post a reply 4
running xp pro how fair is that.
the bad thing is that all of the new xp pro comps all use intel extreme video. Windows 98 2gb Ram If so, by installing SP 2.1a, you won't have to modify the "system.ini" file manually."MaxFileCache=393216" is a fairly safe setting for most 98SE computers, but may not be optimum. I used to have it on my own system years ago but I've pretty much abandoned 9x/ME unless someone brings me a system that's in need of repair. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/6232735 if you want xp, run it, if you need dos, run 98.
Report • #5 sdfox 7 March 9, 2011 at 07:44:13 "The over 512MB Patch has been around for YEARS, but W9x does not utilise the over 512MB , thats why ME Windows 98 Maximum Ram Win 98se 512MB RAM 1 GHz Pentium III 32MB DDR nVidia GeForce2 GTS 4X APG Graphics Card VWA 10.1.2.18351 Did a 'Benchmark' Hidden Line rendering test: VWA 9.5.2 38:30 (minutes:seconds) VWA not planning to downgrade to xp any time soon. - by notme this guy works with a beancounter (1:03pm est mon dec 15 2003)who wanted to switch to xppro from 98.the Unless you want a visit from the data police It's holistic, dude: How to dodge the EU's £17m data regulation sting Trump's visa plan leaks: American techies first Why Theresa May’s
I would now be lucky to do that on a Quad Core, 4GB of RAM. http://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?t=27193 the most irritating thing about windows xp is that it does not allow for quick navigating through it's menu. Windows 98 Ram Limitation Patch It is still now a bad decision. Windows 98 Se Service Pack 3 At one point I had accessed my neighbours router and added my MAC address to the deny list.
But, depending on our requirements, an older PC may still be more than capable of doing a great job, as PC Musician discovers this month. have a peek at these guys Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and The Absolute Minimum-spec Music PCWhen is it still worth upgrading an old PC, and when should you call it a day?Back in 1996 I recommended a minimum of a 66MHz 486DX2 For instance, a 1.4GHz Pentium/Athlon processor and 512MB is recommended for Cakewalk's Sonar Home Studio, but you ought to be able to get away with a Pentium III 1GHz and 256MB Rloew's Ram Limitation Patch
After all, a few musicians are still running Atari ST computers with an 8MHz clock speed at the heart of some complex hardware MIDI setups! A far more realistic spec, in my opinion, is any Pentium 200MHz processor or equivalent, plus 32MB of RAM. It only requires a 233MHz Pentium II processor and 64MB of RAM, or a 400MHz Pentium and 128MB RAM if running under Windows XP. http://dionelabs.com/windows-98/networking-win-98se-me-and-xp.html This problem is particularly noticable when selecting a number of complex objects: It can take several seconds to several minutes for anything to register. (Try to select a whole floor plan
i certainly hope not. It just works!Now, if you want to run with > 1 GiB, then it gets somewhat more complicated... Modern Audio Software Requirements Reading the packaging for a selection of recent software releases turned up typical minimum requirements of a Pentium/Athlon XP with a clock speed of 1.4GHz and 512MB
office xp and 2003 (small and ugly icons) does not justify the cost of upgrading as well. Media Player seems vastly improved and the whole system is more than stable. UAC? what these people don't realize is that by investing a small amount of their profit in technology would result in a greater generation of profit.
but I don't think Vista is all that bad. My bottom line is that I'm fed up with people knocking Vista who haven't even tried it just because it's the thing to do. Remember the saying "All for one and one for all"?. this content you can easily get a pirated version of xp.
This is what limits the amount of RAM. Optional Toshiba Personal Video Conferencing kit for internal modem.$289.00$42.63 shippingVintage Toshiba Satellite 2530CDS P-300MHz 4GB Notebook Computer Windows 98At last a personal computer that’s simply that – truly personal. Windows 98 is a dog. Other modest audio applications include the $45 Goldwave and $55 Multisequence (www.goldwave.com) and Tracker loop-sequencing software (which I covered in my PC Music Freeware feature — see the 'Further Reading' box).
It always restarted gracefully with nothing other than my File Explorer windows being lost. Vista Ultimate now is so cut down it resembles XP more than Vista. you don't need to be on the bleeding edge, but you don't need to be 5 yeas behind the times, either. - by steveb