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I am more than willing to store any kind of 9x related stuff. There's 700GB of space and no bandwidth limits, besides that I got only 20MBit upstream (and 150MBit downstream).
All served by Win98SE too
"The file C:\WININSTO.400\machine2.inf couldn't be opened. The file is missing or corrupted....SU0410".
Reproduced this error on a VM. I have removed some unnecessary entries for testing and it prevents the error on my VM.
This is the first such problem I have seen with an INF size smaller than 64KB. The real "limit" must lie somewhere in between 63KB and 64KB.
Edited by LoneCrusader, 29 October 2013 - 11:43 PM.
Oops, wrong place.
Edited by Steven W, 26 January 2014 - 01:19 AM.
Thread zombie resurrection... B)
I got a Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3R, P35, ICH9R. It has an RTL811B onboard, so one less add-on card
I'll try the inf files on that one during installation, and report.
I'll also try the JMicron 360 0.92 driver on the IDE-part of the JMicron 363 (euphemistically named "Gigabyte SATA2 controller"... ) Didn't work...
I'll be using my new 7600GT PCIe 256MB on this... but that will most probably work with the 82.69...
I still had the installation from the P45/ICH10R board, and that one came up quite well. NUSB36 is working MOSTLY, i can work with USB3.0 sticks, just the eject-symbol in the taskbar does not come up. I'll still kill that installation, and start from scratch, to test the inf files, and all that. That's it for tonight, see ya...
Because of that, research on GeForce 630a with Athlon II X4 has to wait a little bit more...
Edited by ragnargd, 11 September 2015 - 01:47 PM.
Here you go, thanks for the interest and prompting me to finish!
Here's an updated version that handles all devices up to the Intel Chipset Identification Utility version 22.214.171.1247.
It requires different handling than the original package described here; see the README inside. I will leave all of the older links intact because the older version is still fine unless you need support for an ICH10 or later chipset.
Please post any test results, bug reports, or comments here.
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