MrMateczko

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  1. I did modify the MaxMTU, did nothing.
  2. /v/ link is equal to embedding a video on an another website. The uploader can set so that embedding a video is disabled, and the video will not open under the /v/ format.
  3. I love 98SE, but even I think it's high time not to bother with web browsers for 98SE at all. If you're doing a build with 98SE, it's probably not powerful enough to run modern YouTube/Facebook on a modern OS like XP/7. Especially if you want period correctness. Unless you're doing another ASRock motherboard Socket 775 98SE overkill build. Then maybe it is powerful enough, but that's a minority. This won't help for the ever changing websites, thet will break more with every single day under Opera 12.02. Facebook and YouTube under Opera 12.02 were working fine in 2015 with the latest Flash, but today's Facebook layout is screwed (mind that I was using the 1024x768 resolution), and YouTube is much slower. Also fonts are pretty much always broken and downright ugly. (Times New Roman on YouTube, blargh!)
  4. I had slow network speeds as well on my nForce 3 motherboard, with the latest drivers from NVIDIA's website under 98SE. I've tried TCPOptimizer to no avail. Maybe WinME will be faster?
  5. My ASUS X75VB laptop is also "working" with 98SE. Working ain't everything without drivers.
  6. The installer version does not work for me as well, use the manual .INF version here: http://www.mdgx.com/files/NV8269.ZIP
  7. Oh, so that's why I never seen full 4096MB of RAM in SYSDM.CPL, it was always a random number in the range you've specified...more details about what changes this number? I'm interested.
  8. https://www.google.pl/search?q=PCI+Express+x16+98se+site%3Aasrock.com Many boards to choose from.
  9. Smart Watch running a Raspberry Pi running an ARM processor, running Linux, which is running a x86 emulator running DOS 7.1 running Windows 98SE. We must go deeper.
  10. 7900 GTX is the fastest GPU for 98SE, period, here's a world record of 3DMark2001 SE under 98SE (not mine ofc, I wish ): https://d1ebmxcfh8bf9c.cloudfront.net/u12714/image_id_1645614.jpeg PCI-E cards work fine under 98SE, I've successfully installed VBEMP (a generic drivers for 98SE for all cards, similar to the Basic Adapter on Windows 8/8.1/10) on a GeForce GT 220, Radeon HD5670, and Intel HD Graphics 4000 on my laptop under 98SE. So with official drivers 82.69, the 7xxx will work flawlessly. And don't tell me they are not official, NVIDIA made the DLLs! The only unofficial part is the mixing of different versions of the files, and INF modification to add all Device IDs. It's a pet peeve of mine. 7950GT is the best AGP card, period, having the same performance as the 7800GTX 512MB. And is probably the best bet if you don't want to use a PCI-E motherboard.
  11. Well, 3DMark03 version 360 is broken under 98SE, and works only if you remove SystemInfo, install KernelEx, and use the -nosysteminfo switch. You won't get the pretty system summary anymore. 3DMark03 version 350 on the other hand, works out of the box without KernelEx or any tweaks, the SystemInfo works fine on this version too, showing pretty system summary. So yes, patches made for 9x compatible software can screw up 9x lovers. Of course, new patches are only needed if you want to play on the battle.net, ranked preferably. If single player, just use the older patch.
  12. No drivers, too new. Best bet is to use the HP T5720. It has all the drivers for 98SE. Might want to replace its internal flash drive with a CompactFlash adapter, or even a regular hard drive, people have modded these extensively, google it. Technically, it doesn't have a soldered processor, but its fanless, takes miniscule power, is pretty small, and has drivers, what more would you want?
  13. 1. Maybe bookmark the login page? 2. Well, I can't find any major differences between Office 2016 and 2010 I use, other than the fact it's much uglier. Good job M$. I remember the good old days of Office 2000, simple, elegant, and still usable to this day. 3. Buttons are small, but there's plenty of white space EVERYWHERE! They force you to buy a 1080p monitor for no reason! If only there were free patches for RAM, and modern browsers for 98SE, I would happily use 98SE daily. And the orgasmic start-up sound. And I hate everything about Windows after 7. Too bad the whole UEFI/NVMe/USB 3.0 crap ruins Win7 by every day as it's not supporting those things fully like Win8+. And Win7 could run all those things, and DX12 if M$ cared...but they don't. I hope in 2020 something will change.
  14. There's no GeForce 8 support for 98SE, period! GeForce 8 series uses Unified Shaders, there's not Unified Shaders GPU driver for 98SE period! Not from AMD, not from NVIDIA, not from S3,VIA, whatever! No Unified Shaders support, period! The best GPU for 98SE is the 7900 GTX, which will work with your modded drivers. From AMD, it's the Radeon X850 XT PE, using official drivers. Note that both don't use Unified Shaders, it's not a coincidence
  15. I also thought of the BootMenu=0 and AutoScan=0 method, but wasn't 100% sure.