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Last Versions of Software for Windows 98SE

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Hlafordlaes    0

Hi,

Only hitch I have using Win98SE on my board is the lack of HD audio drivers. Anyone know if there are hacked versions of either Realtek (ALC888) or Creative X-Fi drivers around somewhere?

Thx

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Drugwash    60

Another one of those stupid applications which ignore the function that the [X] in the corner was designed for: CLOSE the application. And... 'upgrade to Pro if you want <this> or <that>'? C'mon...

It's resources usage is ridiculous as its system requirements are. Codestuff Starter does almost the same job and runs fine on a 200MHz Pentium.

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RetroOS    0

Another well known app:

Windows Utilities

ONGD - FREE - Dependency Walker --- http://www.dependencywalker.com/

Hey Drugwash,

I think AnVir Task Manager Free is a great tool. The 'Pro' features I don't really need anyway.

I do not start it with Windows and only run it when I need to check out what's going on behind the scenes!

The reason for it's resource and system requirements is because it is a powerful utility.

Sure, their are smaller TMs for older systems too.

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Drugwash    60

Could you perform a feature comparison between AnVir Task Manager Free and Codestudd Starter, and point out the differences - at least the ones that matter?

I found the former to be very slow on my 400MHz Pentium II (probably because of the skin, for one), while the latter is extremely easy on the system. And seeing that soporific already grabbed the former and tossed it in Auto-Updater, if I wanted to update Win98SE on my testing 166MHz Pentium I, I'd certainly wanna have at hand a tool that'd actually work on such system.

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Chozo4    0

Just a followup / update.

The link provided for FFDSHOW points to a discontinued branch of it's development. Milan stopped development of it long ago it seems (back in '04). Continued development based on Milan's FFDSHOW branch can be found at the following URL:

http://ffdshow-tryout.sourceforge.net/

Also to add:

http://haali.cs.msu.ru/mkv/

Last version of Haali's Media Splitter that works on win9x was on 03-06-2007 and can be found at http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_so....cfm/03_06_2007

It is used for the opening and support of MKV video/audio containers.

Edited by Chozo4

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RetroOS    0

Here's some more:

Windows Utilities

ONGD - FREE - APSoft MemDump 2.0 --- http://www.tssc.de/products/tools/memdump

ONGD - FREE - APSoft VxDView 1.0 --- http://www.tssc.de/products/tools/vxdview

ONGD - FREE - JAM Software TreeSize Free 2.1 --- http://www.jam-software.com/freeware/index.shtml

LAST - FREE - JAM Software FileList 1.6 --- http://www.freeware-archiv.de/g6.php?id=Fi...&mirror=www

ONGD - FREE - JAM Software HeavyLoad 2.3 --- http://www.jam-software.com/freeware/index.shtml

Edited by RetroOS

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Drugwash    60

A few days ago I have tried to install ffdshow-rev1803_20080120.zip and ffdshow-rev1805_20080122.zip (MMX version) and they both threw an error stating 'The setup files are corrupted...". I downloaded again from the mirror provided by free-codecs.com and still the same error. However, an older build I had around (ffdshow_beta4a_rev1723_20071224_clsid.exe) installed succesfully, but I experience very frequent image lockups (on a 400MHz Pentium II with 256 MB PC133 SDRAM and GeForce4 Ti4200 VTD8X 128MB).

Could anyone else confirm these issues?

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Chozo4    0
but I experience very frequent image lockups (on a 400MHz Pentium II with 256 MB PC133 SDRAM and GeForce4 Ti4200 VTD8X 128MB).

Could anyone else confirm these issues?

Try adjusting the decoder options in the FFDSHow video decoder confiuration. I experienced the video lockups but sound still playing due to the quality conrol 'Drop frame on delay' setting. It would catch up after a minute or two but got annoying.

Certain formats are cpu/vid intensive. Tried using an H.264 vid on my laptop and only started getting smooth play when enabling 'Resize & aspect' to not only resize to a smaller output but also setting the 'Luma Method' to 'point'.

Seems higher quality vids on some systems cause alot of video delay (latency behind the audio). Can see (and adjust setting accordingly) the video delay by enabling the OSD and checking in 'Video Delay'.

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valmil    0

aMSN is a free open source MSN Messenger clone, with features such as:

Offline Messaging

Voice Clips

Display pictures

Custom emoticons

Multi-language support (around 40 languages currently supported)

Webcam support

Sign in to more than one account at once

Full-speed File transfers

Group support

Normal, and animated emoticons with sounds

Chat logs

Timestamping

Event alarms

Conferencing support

Tabbed chat windows

http://kent.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge...s-installer.exe

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valmil    0

BeTwin (98/ME)

http://www.nova-south.com/betwin_faqs_luso.html

Thin Computing, Inc. is announcing BeTwin 98/ME, a software solution that enables two to five users to share the power of one PC.

The 98/ME solution relieves technology expense by centralizing computer resources, and providing access for additional computer users. BeTwin 98/ME saves businesses, homes, training centers, and schools money on computer hardware, upgrades and maintenance.

BeTwin 98/ME cost-effectively expands a computing environment, and reliably meets typical functionality demands. BeTwin 98/ME transforms a Windows computer (98/98SE or Win ME) into a host for additional users. Users multiply by simply adding off-the-shelf video cards, monitors, keyboards, and mice to the host PC. Capable to assign a unique desktop and network login to each user, BeTwin 98/ME supports popular Windows applications, including email and access to the Internet. BeTwin 98/ME stations and the PC host work simultaneously - yet independently.

BeTwin é um software que permite dois a cinco utilizadores partilharem o poder de computação e recursos de um só computador. Todos os utilizadores podem executar simultaneamente quaisquer tarefas que queiram realizar em computadores equipados com o Windows 98/98SE e Windows Millennium. Utilizadores adicionais serão suportados pela adição de placas de vídeo PCI e monitores, juntamente com teclados, ratos e opcionalmente colunas e joysticks.

Betwin 98/ME

Placas de som adicionais podem ser instaladas para obter som na estação.

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RetroOS    0

More!

Thought I would put in some more commercial software as well.

Firewalls

LAST - $$$$ - Norton Personal Firewall 2005 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - Symantec Desktop Firewall 2.0 --- http://www.symantec.com

Virus and Spyware Scanners + Privacy and Security Tools

LAST - $$$$ - Norton AntiSpam 2005 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - Norton Internet Security 2005 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - Norton Password Manager 2004 --- ftp://ftp.symantec.com/public/english_us_...updates/NPM.exe

Windows Utilities

LAST - $$$$ - Norton CleanSweep 2002 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - Norton GoBack 4.0 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - Norton Utilities 2002 6.0 --- http://www.symantec.com

Hard Disk Utilities

LAST - $$$$ - Symantec Ghost 9.0 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - Norton PartitionMagic 8.0 --- http://www.symantec.com

Connectivity

LAST - FREE - Citrix Presentation Server Client Package 9.246 - 9.237 available from --- http://www.firstdatasystems.com/support_downloads.php

LAST - FREE - Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Software XPSP2 5.1.2600.2180 --- http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=en

LAST - FREE - Microsoft Remote Desktop Web Connection XPSP2 5.1.2600.2180 --- http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;DisplayLang=en

LAST - $$$$ - Norton Web Services --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - pcAnywhere 12.0 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - Procomm Plus 4.8 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - TalkWorks PRO 3.0 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - WinFax PRO 10.02 --- http://www.symantec.com

LAST - $$$$ - WinFax Basic 10.02 --- http://www.symantec.com

Storage Drivers

LAST - FREE - Silicon Image SiI3x12 PCI to 2 Port SATA150 IDE Driver 1.2.0.57 --- http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/3112A_x86..._idvr-12057.zip

LAST - FREE - Silicon Image SiI3x12 PCI to 2 Port SATA150 SATARAID Driver 1.00.51 --- http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/SiI3x12A-...ID%20Driver.zip

LAST - FREE - Silicon Image SiI3114 PCI to 4 Port SATA150 IDE Driver 1.2.0.5 --- http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/3114_x86_...e_logo_1205.zip

LAST - FREE - Silicon Image SiI3114 PCI to 4 Port SATA150 SATARAID Driver 1.0.0.8 --- http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/3114_x86_..._raid_1008b.zip

LAST - FREE - Silicon Image SiI0680x PCI to 2 Port IDE/PATA IDE Driver 1.0.0.12 --- http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/SiI0680A_Windows_IDE.zip

LAST - FREE - Silicon Image SiI0680x PCI to 2 Port IDE/PATA RAID Driver 1.0.1.7 --- http://www.siliconimage.com/docs/SiI0680a_rdrv1017.zip

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