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Looking for an old utilty for the k6-2 processors called "cacheonw.exe" ....
All the links I have found to it are long gone....

Thanks
Jake


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oooh i do love a good web scavenger hunt.

I found them on a archive.org page
I dont know if archive.org archives exes properly (ive never had to do it) but a quick examination they look like valid exes

I zipped up everything there so there will be a copy somewhere a little more convenient
Attached File  cacheonw.zip   9.26KB   7 downloads

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oooh i do love a good web scavenger hunt.

I found them on a archive.org page
I dont know if archive.org archives exes properly (ive never had to do it) but a quick examination they look like valid exes

I zipped up everything there so there will be a copy somewhere a little more convenient
Attached File  cacheonw.zip   9.26KB   7 downloads


Sir ...you are a gentleman and a scholar, and there are fewer of us everyday ... :whistle:

Seriously ...thank you very very much.... made my day

Jake




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