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Re: Suggestion for short voodoo card

in Marvin \ Video
I believe all voodoo1's and 2's are pretty much the same size/design, I maybe wrong though. I'd avoid putting 2 voodoo2's in there, even if they did fit. A PCI voodoo3 + extra cooling should be just fine if the v1 and v2 don't fit. It compromises DOS glide games compatibility but if it's the only …

Re: Why won't the ONT renew the IPs on the network?

in Milliways
Okay, thanks, One more question: what is the practical use of address leasing? Is it only useful in a corporate setting with thousands of clients? It's mostly for the release part, to ensure that you'll have available ips in crowded environments, or as digistorm said it more correctly in …

Re: Why won't the ONT renew the IPs on the network?

in Milliways
Based on experience/personal observation only, the opposite is the case usually with home equipment. You go on vacation for a week and when you're back your phone gets the same ip as soon as it connects to the home router ;) The same that it has been getting for the last year maybe. Again, not …

Re: Voodoo 2 missing capacitor

in Marvin \ Video
A photo of the card would help, there are small changes even for the same models. On my card C50 is the same as C22, C33, C34, C45, C46... You can try the card without the passthrough cable, just launch something using it and when it switches to the voodoo just plug plug your monitor directly on it …

Re: Let's talk about our hated trends

in Milliways
you can still use "Stereo Mix" on windows 10 just fine (I did just that this week for streaming something) As Imi stated above this functionality is still available even on Win7/8/10. The only problem is that the default HD audio driver provided my MS is missing this functionality. But e.g. …

Re: Let's talk about our hated trends

in Milliways
Related issue: How are people recording Windows audio nowadays? In the XP era you would use the Stereo Mix/"What U Hear" recording device as an audio input. This has been entirely removed from modern Windows versions though. I normally just launch one of my retro machines when I want to do this, …

Re: AT Bus Clock Select

I have a 486DX2/66. My BIOS defaults to an AT Bus Clock of CPUCLK/6. Does this mean I'm overclocking my AT bus to 11MHz, or does that mean my CPU is running at 50MHz? None of the two ;) The CPU runs internally at double (DX 2 ) the bus speed, which is 33MHz. Your BIOS just defaults to a safe …

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