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About Megaman_90

  • Birthday 06/02/1990
  1. Sorry I have not been around in awhile. Thank you for your reply, I will try that and get back to you.
  2. Using WinRAR I extracted all the files into c:\windows\system. Now I get these two errors: Error.bmp TotalCommander / CTRL+PageDown an file Vc_r_9x.exe = > Select all and copy any directory. Problem? I moved all the files already. They are all in the C:\windows\System Directory.
  3. Using WinRAR I extracted all the files into c:\windows\system. Now I get these two errors: Error.bmp
  4. It is possible for a CPU to be unstable on stock settings. CPUs can degrade because of heat and using improper voltages for large amounts of time. I'd check your temperatures, your CPU might be overheating. If its not overvolted or overheating I'd assume its a Windows Issue not a hardware based issue.
  5. Thanks for your reply. I downloaded the package and installed it and rebooted. I uninstalled then re-installed WT Library 2009. Its still giving me the same error. Any other ideas?
  6. CPU corruption eh....your processor must not be stable. Try a OCCT stress test and see what happens. Monitor your temps too. If it fails, you may want to down clock a bit, or up the vcore(if this is a home built).
  7. Some really kewl Windows 98 Stuff here, glad to see its still unofficially supported. I love PCs I built my own in fact here is a picture: Under the hood is: Phenom II X3 720 BE @ 3.2ghz(Oc'd from 2.8ghz) /w Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 pro GIGABYTE GA-MA785G-UD3H AM2+/AM3 ECS nVidia GeForce GTX260 Black Series 4GB Mushkin DDR2 800(2GB X2) SATA 500GB Barracuda\LaCie 1TB External Antec Truepower 750W Cooler Master Centurion 5 AuzenTech X-Raider 7.1 Windows Vista 64 Home Premium I look forward to posting here! ~Megaman_90
  8. The IRQ LESS THAN EQUAL BSOD can mean a lot of things. Usually its a bad driver, or a piece of hardware that is not functioning properly. Check your PCI card connections.
  9. Hello. First off I would like to to thank everyone who worked on the KernelEX project. Its rather amazing, keep up the good work. So far I have managed to get Firefox 3 and Flash 10 working without too much trouble. Youtube works....WOOo! I would like to see if I can get Watchtower Library 2009 working with it. So far I have been able to get passed the installation, by using KernelEX, and changing the Windows version with regedit. But whenever I try to load it, I get this error: "A required .DLL file MSVCP90.DLL was not found" Anyway I can fix this? I'm running Windows 98SE with the SP2. Thanks in advance, Mega