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  1. Whoa ! Been out for a while and I return to some wonderful things
  2. Internal reader is 2K+ only. I need CF support so I use USB reader instead anyway.
  3. Older versions are artificially blocked by version check. You can patch the version number reported and get things to work. ------ When autologin is enabled Skype stores a certificate in the profile folder which is used for logon, and it lasts 30 days. To get one month of login ability you would want to install latest version that can log in (6.15 I think, I never determined the point where restriction is set), log in with autologon enabled and then install older version on top. The older version can logon now until cert runs out or you log out yourself. I have been using this on XP though, so I can run 6.0 which actually works, the latest ones have memory leaks and very occasional freezing making their use near impossible... Lot of cool info ~~~~
  4. Here's a mirror : I'll give it a test sometime when I mess around with win95 on my P225 machine.
  5. Word of warning : The util replaces IPHLPAPI.DLL for something newer/different and it breaks a ton of programs that KernelEx can make work such as Foxit Roader. I don't have compatible hardware but I was interested in trying out the util. After uninstall it does not restore the original file. I had to extract it from windows install CD.
  6. Have you tried DEL *.INI from command prompt ? And are the scandisk settings set to look for invalid and/or duplicate names :
  7. Aaaand new version available here aswell :
  8. I found TWO half fixes : 1. Change link speed from Auto to 10half/10full/100half/100full in card driver settings page. 2. Enable file sharing from network control panel. By half I mean I no longer have to browse to the shares or access unprotected share first, but I do have to go to the already found share from the network places icon. Shortcuts on desktop or elsewhere do not seem to work on first try... but sometimes they do... This stuff is not working. Just maybe once out of 10 reboots... I managed to gather a bunch of versions of the driver, one even newer than the one on broadcom site ! I will be going through them one by one and hope one of them actually works. EDIT: Oldest driver I found works consistently across multiple reboots. I shall try the newer ones and report back the point where things seem to break ! EDIT2: The oldest I found is the only one that actually works. Version works, next one I found which is 7.35.00 does not, nor do, (one on Broadcom site) and
  9. Stability is not a problem, with the current unofficial service pack. I don't remember when I last had an OS crash or BSOD or something. And when I do get them it is always hardware/driver related, and that also applies to XP+ in my cases.
  10. 1. Modern hardware, but that is what PCI slots are for. 2. As long as IPv4 exists, that one will not be a problem. 3. No. Latest Flash runs fine. 4. SSL has never been an issue. What is in my country is that most stuff is done with the ID card and the software for it is XP and higher. I do have an XP machine around so that's not a problem really to me. 5. Haven't had any problems around that. 6. Rather opposite. The newer the browsers get the worse they seem to become as far as speed goes. Put the OS bloat on top and there is no way modern OS+browser wins. My 9x machines all run circles around the XP+ machines, even with same hardware. One of the more tangible reasons I keep using 9x, other really big one is the hardware I use which just isn't supported by newer stuff, but is indisposable in my "production" environment.
  11. It would be cool if the error handler from 98SE could be somehow inserted into ME. The error box that ME gives is most worthless....
  12. The problem here is that this machine is a laptop. If it was a desktop with PCI slots I would just look into my stash of computer parts haha. Plus I need it to be 1000Mbit. The Broadcom chip in the laptop is. WiFi or the PCMCIA/Cardbus stuff I got is not...
  13. This link is good too. Older versions found in that location aswell hehe
  14. That did not work. Or... TPC-PIII1400-03...Or... not the proper syntax. Computer named TPC-PIII1400-03 in workgroup TMEE that sits at static IP of Using any other NIC I have (PCMCIA and internal WiFi) will work correctly on first try using any shortcut or going through network places. Same install on different hardware also works correctly. ME itself seems to have no trouble locating the shares when I connect to the LAN, but accessing will be the problem... I have also ruled out the problem being with installation. I have been to some 10 installs on the hardware trying different things and the LAN issue presisted with the integrated LAN which is Broadcom Netlink 5788.