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Hello MSFN Users.

I got a new PC with a Gigabyte H61 Motherboard.
I installed Windows 2000 on it, the installation went smooth and it has the USP 5.1 USB drivers.
I've gotten the USB to work, all the drivers installed, and the HD graphics also (used blackwingcat's forceware).
Update Rollup 2 and Daily UURollup 11 have been installed.

Specs:
Intel Pentium G2010 @ 2.80Ghz Dual Core, Ivy Bridge
Gigabyte H61 Mobo
4GB of DDR3 RAM
Intel HD Graphics.

The PC is only 2 days old, and it runs Win2k like a charm.

Edited by AnX, 20 March 2013 - 07:43 AM.

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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Here is how to fix the USB Problem on 3rd Gen systems. Something in the newer 2nd/3rd Gen Intel Chipsets prevents automatic USB install on Win2k due to a possible BSOD by using the old SP4 USB drivers (you need the newer UR1 or USP 5.1 drivers)
The solution: Manually install the drivers by running the device manager's Update driver wizard.

Edited by AnX, 20 March 2013 - 07:40 AM.

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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For the Graphics, I used Blackwingcat's forceware, alog with the latest (as of now) daily UURollup 11. It runs great, all 3d tests work, the system is running cool.
I will report on more later.

Edited by AnX, 20 March 2013 - 07:42 AM.

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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Does SpeedStep work? How much RAM does the system display?
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Unofficial Service Pack 5.2 for MS Windows 2000 <- use this topic if you need help with UURollup, Update Rollup 2 and other unofficial packages

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Does SpeedStep work? How much RAM does the system display?


I don't use Speedstep, as far as I know, Win2k needs a driver for it to work. Last time I tried, BSOD. But on another PC, not this one.
Speedstep is useless, it lowers down performance, and no power user has been friends with it. Not to mention that all the drivers are
for laptops and not desktops.

And of course, I need to use the PAE hack. It displays 3.5GB.

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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Alright, I've turned on PAE and Win2K can recognize all 4GB of RAM! :thumbup
But on a more serious note, the SFC.DLL in the daily version of UUR is infected with a triojan, according to avast!.
I've remedied by using the UR1 version (dated 2004).

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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Avast is wrong. SFC.DLL is patched to disable Windows File Protection because it doesn't work properly with all the unofficial system files. Check virustotal. Only three scanners see it as trojan, four say the truth ("PatchedSFC") and the rest doesn't detect anything.

I wouldn't recommend using the UR1 version as turned on file protection may cause unexpected issues.
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Avast is wrong. SFC.DLL is patched to disable Windows File Protection because it doesn't work properly with all the unofficial system files. Check virustotal. Only three scanners see it as trojan, four say the truth ("PatchedSFC") and the rest doesn't detect anything.

I wouldn't recommend using the UR1 version as turned on file protection may cause unexpected issues.


I guess I can configure avast! to not scan the file if this is the case.

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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UPDATE: I'm having troubles with PAE. The standby is unstable. So PAE is disabled for now. :(

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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Avast is wrong. SFC.DLL is patched to disable Windows File Protection because it doesn't work properly with all the unofficial system files. Check virustotal. Only three scanners see it as trojan, four say the truth ("PatchedSFC") and the rest doesn't detect anything.

I wouldn't recommend using the UR1 version as turned on file protection may cause unexpected issues.


I guess I can configure avast! to not scan the file if this is the case.


Instead of modding the file, isn't it possible to disable the SFC via registry?

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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I have solved the MEI driver issue. All it took was to copy the hardware IDs to the Win2k section and it works great.

PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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Hello Folks, according to your post : For the Graphics, I used Blackwingcat's forceware, alog with the latest (as of now) daily UURollup 11. It runs great, all 3d tests work, the system is running cool. I will report on more later. I was not lucky to get the HD-Graphics driver running - it is always showing me some error - indicating that some other drivers are missing. I have following Hardware: Asus H61M-Pro, Pentium G2020, 4GB Ram - Installed Win2kPro SP4+SPR1+UP2 and UU Rollup 10d+ .NET FW till version4 I tried to find the "Blackwingcat´s forceware" but was not able to find it. Can You please help. Thanks in advance

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 I tried to find the "Blackwingcat´s forceware" but was not able to find it. Can You please help. Thanks in advance

Which graphic card do you have?

Blackwingcat's site is here:
http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/

 

You will need to search on it for your graphic card, example:

http://en.lmgtfy.com...p/blackwingcat/

(LMGTFY used only for visual explanation :))

 

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Hi.

 

I don't recommended use ATI/AMD Graphic Card HD5xxx and later on Windows 2000.

 

You can find the important files on my blog with the following keyword on Google.

 

BM site:jp blackwingcat +  what you want

 

for ex) BM site:jp blackwingcat nvidia

 

Hello Folks, according to your post : For the Graphics, I used Blackwingcat's forceware, alog with the latest (as of now) daily UURollup 11. It runs great, all 3d tests work, the system is running cool. I will report on more later. I was not lucky to get the HD-Graphics driver running - it is always showing me some error - indicating that some other drivers are missing. I have following Hardware: Asus H61M-Pro, Pentium G2020, 4GB Ram - Installed Win2kPro SP4+SPR1+UP2 and UU Rollup 10d+ .NET FW till version4 I tried to find the "Blackwingcat´s forceware" but was not able to find it. Can You please help. Thanks in advance

 

 

 

 

> Does SpeedStep work? How much RAM does the system display?

 

Although I said before,  I want to know how to install cpu.inf on Windows 2000.


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Does SpeedStep work? How much RAM does the system display?

I don't use Speedstep, as far as I know, Win2k needs a driver for it to work.
I made my own utility to manually change CPU speed with speedstep on Pentium M and Core 2. Under DOS I use .COM program:
; utility for manipulating speedstep setting on Intel CPUs under DOS

        BITS 16
        ORG 0x100

        push cs
        pop ds

        cld

        mov dx,msg
        mov ah,9
        int 0x21

        mov ecx,0x000001A0      ; misc enable
        rdmsr
        or eax,0x00010000
        wrmsr

        mov ecx,0x00000198      ; status
        rdmsr
        mov [temp1],eax
        mov [temp3],edx

        ; check for valid command line arg
        mov bl,[0x80]
        cmp bl,0
        jz showstatus
        mov si,0x81
        xor dx,dx
        mov cl,4
a103:
        lodsb
        cmp al,32
        jz a104
        cmp al,48
        jb showstatus
        cmp al,57
        jb a105
        and al,0xDF
        sub al,7
        cmp al,63
        ja showstatus
a105:
        ; got a hex digit
        and al,15
        add dl,al
        dec cl
        jz a106
        sal dx,4
        jmp a103
a106:
        ; parsed the whole value, now set registers
        push dx
        mov ecx,0x00000199      ; perf control
        rdmsr
        pop ax
        wrmsr
        jmp exit

a104:
        dec bl
        jnz a103

showstatus:
        ; temp1=current, temp3=max, temp4=startup
        mov ax,[temp1]
        mov bx,current
        call writehex
        mov ax,[temp3]
        mov bx,max
        call writehex
        mov ax,[temp4]
        mov bx,startup
        call writehex

        mov dx,msg2
        mov ah,9
        int 0x21

exit:
        mov ax,0x4c00
        int 0x21

writehex:
        mov ch,4
a102:
        mov cl,ah
        sar cl,4
        and cl,15
        add cl,48
        cmp cl,58
        jb a100
        add cl,7
a100:
        mov [bx],cl
        dec ch
        jz a101
        inc bx
        sal ax,4
        jmp a102
a101:
        ret

temp1:
        db 0,0
temp2:
        db 0,0
temp3:
        db 0,0
temp4:
        db 0,0
msg:
        db 'speedstep utility',13,10,13,10,'$'
msg2:
        db 'USAGE:',13,10
        db 'SPEEDSTP mmvv',13,10
        db ' (mm=multiplier, vv=voltage) EXAMPLE: 0607',13,10,13,10          
        db 'startup: '
startup:
        db '    ',13,10
        db 'current: '
current:
        db '    ',13,10
        db 'max: '
max:
        db '    ',13,10,'$'
Under Windows NT (3.51, 4, 2k, xp, win7 32-bit) I install the driver DirectNT.sys and use a FreeBASIC program like this:
#define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN
#include once "windows.bi"
#include once "directnt.bi"

function DrvExec(Drv as HANDLE, OpCode as ulong, Param1 as ulong, Param2 as ulong, Param3 as ulong, Result as any ptr, ResultSize as ulong) as integer
  dim as TDirectNTInfo I
  with I 
    .OpCode = OpCode
    .Par1 = Param1
    .Par2 = Param2
    .Par3 = Param3
  end with
  dim as ulong ResultLen
  if (DeviceIoControl(Drv,IOCTL_DIRECTNT_CONTROL,@I,sizeof(TDirectNTInfo),Result,ResultSize,@ResultLen,NULL)) then
    return TRUE
  end if 
  print "Error in DirectNT.sys, Code = " & GetLastError()
  return FALSE
end function

dim as zstring ptr DirectNTDrvName = @"\\.\Dev_DirectNT"

dim as HANDLE Drv
Drv = CreateFile(DirectNTDrvName,GENERIC_READ,FILE_SHARE_READ,NULL,OPEN_EXISTING,0,NULL)
if (Drv = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE) then
  print "Error: Can't open DirectNT.sys!"
  print "errorcode = " & GetLastError()
  beep:sleep:end 1
end if  

' STUFF THAT DOES STUFF
dim as ulong dop,dx,dy,dz
dim as uinteger dresult(0 to 1)
dim as integer newid
dim as single starttime

newid=0
if command$="8" then newid=&H880D
if command$="12" then newid=&H060F
if command$="14" then newid=&H0710
if command$="16" then newid=&H0812
if command$="18" then newid=&H091C
if newid=0 then ? "invalid argument":end

' read MISC register, set EIST bit and the write it back
dop=20:dx=&H1A0
DrvExec(Drv,dop,dx,dy,dz,@dresult(0),8)
dop=21:dx=&H1A0
dy=(dresult(0) or &H10000)
dz=dresult(1)
DrvExec(Drv,dop,dx,dy,dz,@dresult(0),8)


dop=20:dx=&H198
DrvExec(Drv,dop,dx,dy,dz,@dresult(0),8)
? "old setting: ";hex$(dresult(0));" ";hex$(dresult(1))

? "trying to set: ";hex$(newid)

starttime=timer

retry:
dop=21:dx=&H199
dy=(dresult(0) and &HFFFF0000)+newid
dz=dresult(1)
DrvExec(Drv,dop,dx,dy,dz,@dresult(0),8)

dop=20:dx=&H198
DrvExec(Drv,dop,dx,dy,dz,@dresult(0),8)
if (dresult(0) and &H0000FFFF)=newid then ? "done.":end
if timer>starttime+3 then ? "failed!":end
goto retry

CloseHandle(Drv)
Here is a post about how to set Pentium M http://www.freebasic...php?f=4&t=17226

Core 2 has a base voltage of .7125 instead of .700 and each step is .0125 instead of .016

I don't have newer Intel CPUs but information on register settings is probably on the web somewhere.

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Do you know that Intel Chipset driver has already had bugs ? :)

https://communities....om/thread/38985

 

Here is how to fix the USB Problem on 3rd Gen systems. Something in the newer 2nd/3rd Gen Intel Chipsets prevents automatic USB install on Win2k due to a possible BSOD by using the old SP4 USB drivers (you need the newer UR1 or USP 5.1 drivers)
The solution: Manually install the drivers by running the device manager's Update driver wizard.


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For the Graphics, I used Blackwingcat's forceware, alog with the latest (as of now) daily UURollup 11. It runs great, all 3d tests work, the system is running cool.
I will report on more later.

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Sorry to ask, which driver you used finally, because i´m also trying to install on a similar configuration Win2k - but the graphics won´t work for me.
Configuration: Asus H61N-M, Pentium G2020, 4GB Ram ... i installed allready des USP5.1 with rollup 2 and the v11 Rollup.

Can you give some advice ?

tnx

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For the Graphics, I used Blackwingcat's forceware, alog with the latest (as of now) daily UURollup 11. It runs great, all 3d tests work, the system is running cool.
I will report on more later.

&nbsp;

Sorry to ask, which driver you used finally, because i´m also trying to install on a similar configuration Win2k - but the graphics won´t work for me.
Configuration: Asus H61N-M, Pentium G2020, 4GB Ram ... i installed allready des USP5.1 with rollup 2 and the v11 Rollup.

Can you give some advice ?

tnx

 

 

I highly recommend that you use an nVidia GPU with Windows 2000. They run the best and the most stable from my experiences. Additionally, AMD CPUs work better with Windows 2000. You'll have issues with standby on your Intel system, but other than that, it should work.


PC Specs: AMD FX-8320 (3.5-4Ghz, 8-core, Vishera, 16MB of Cache) -H212 Evo, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz HyperX, 500GB WD Caviar Blue, Seasonic S12II 620 Watt PSU, Cooler master HAF 912 Combat Mid-Tower Case, AMD Radeon R7 260X 2GB, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, DVD+-RW Writer, Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit

 

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