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Last Versions of Software for Windows 98SE

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I have identified the problem that MrMateczko had. The AHCI Driver is now working for his H110 Motherboard.

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I found a media player that apparently still supports Windows 9x

http://www.vuplayer.com/vuplayer.php

It claims to support mp3.

Someone needs to create a new topic for concurrent Windows 9x software or change the thread OP. The thread's creator isn't actively updating the first page, so there's plenty of software out that is not listed. Also, does anyone know of a player that still supports 9x or a mp3 codec? I swear, Windows 9x has so much abandonware that the developers have completely abandoned due to closing down such as Multimedia Calculus.

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Gom player 2.1.28.5039 (disable updates!) with L3codec.ax 1.5.0.50. There are of course other possibilities, visit www.mdgx.com

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I use XMPlay: http://www.un4seen.com/

It's still supported and developed, can play FLAC with the free plugin on the site, it works without KernelEx. \

I highly recommend it! i use it even on my main Win7 PC. Although it won't work if you change/mess up the msvcrt.dll file.

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17 hours ago, ~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~ said:

Anyone know of a modern PDF reader? Windows 9x is surely good for reading ebooks.

Are there PDF files that actually don't open in Adobe Reader 6?

I've never seen one...

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23 hours ago, ~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~ said:

Anyone know of a modern PDF reader? Windows 9x is surely good for reading ebooks.

5 hours ago, i430VX said:

Are there PDF files that actually don't open in Adobe Reader 6?

I've never seen one...

Neither I ever have, either...

 

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I have seen a number of files that cannot be read. They use Encryption that Adobe Reader 6 does not support.

The Intel Programming Manuals are one example.

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Would you please tell which ,pdf version the The Intel Programming Manuals report to be? It can be easily read from the file's 1st 8 bytes, in an hexeditor. Here below are two such examples, with v. 1.4 and 1.7, respectively...

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The Intel Manual shows %PDF-1.6 in the first 8 bytes. Reader 6.0.6 reports "bad encrypt dictionary". It reads fine in Acrobat 7.

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Sumatra PDF 3.1.2 or 2.2 (classic interface) will read %PDF-1.7 and also many ebook formats. Latest Kernelex required.

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I already have used SumatraPDF to read the Intel Manuals. I use my Unicows Wrappers rather than KernelEx.

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