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Re: Setting up network shares for Windows 98 on a NAS?

in Milliways
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe you can reshare a mounted network drive as a network drive in itself (at least on Windows) so that couldn't be used to "downgrade" the protocol. Although I suppose that would be possible on a Linux box if you mounted the SMB share in /etc/fstab. Probably …

Re: Setting up network shares for Windows 98 on a NAS?

in Milliways
So, a bit worried - Samba 4.16 is getting dangerously close to dropping SMBv1 support . Right now, mostly depreciating non-NTLMv2 parts of the protocol, which is mostly okay if you're dealing with Win9x and above, but they make it clear that SMBv1 is completely going away soon. This effectively will …

Re: How about a MR-BIOS ROM file repository?

For reference, wanted to document some attempts I made with a few of these BIOSes on a Diamond Flower 386/25-33-40UCE Rev A board. (Board is extremely similar to the 386/33-40UCE that has available jumper info online-- but it isn't the same board! The locations of everything are moved around ever so …

Re: KT400 & Radeon 9700: No-Go?

Well, I got somewhere but I'm not exactly sure how. I realized that I might be able to adjust the AGP Capability in the BIOS if I wasn't actively using an AGP card, so I swapped in a PCI card and was able to actually change it from Auto to 4X. Unfortunately, putting the 9700 back in still made it …

Re: KT400 & Radeon 9700: No-Go?

That's the problem though, the BIOS does not seem to allow me to change the AGP speed*. It is greyed out and just stays at "AGP 8X". Can I tweak SmartGART settings without the driver loaded? I can get into Safe Mode for registry changes or whatnot *Despite the manual saying I can. AGP Capability [8X …

Re: KT400 & Radeon 9700: No-Go?

Yeah, this issue seems to be specifically a KT400 issue, alongside contemporary chipsets supporting AGP 8X (SiS 648, P4X400). I do have a KT7-RAID and an Asus A7V266 (KT266) but both need recapped badly -- actually the A7V266 might not work at all, I just rescued it from a PC that was in someone's …

KT400 & Radeon 9700: No-Go?

I was putting together an Athlon XP build and have run into some issues using a Radeon 9700... The system is as follows, not much in there yet: Asus A7V8X-X (VIA KT400 chipset) - latest bios 1014.002 installed Athlon XP Thoroughbred-B 2600+ 2x1GB DDR-333 Radeon 9700 (standard version, 128MB) Promise …

Re: AudioPCI MIDI synth quality, VXD vs WDM

While you are correct that it brings that up as the default, it is definitely not the MS GM/GS Synth. Listen to the audio clips I provided, it is the AudioPCI ECW sound set which is quite different. :) I have the selection changed to "SB PCI Synthesizer" (All the WDM drivers are post-Creative …

AudioPCI MIDI synth quality, VXD vs WDM

I never see this mentioned about the AudioPCI so I thought I would make a thread about it. I've noticed that using an ES1371 with the VXD drivers results in very crisp and clear MIDI, whereas the WDM driver results in a more compressed/filtered sound as if it's downsampled to 22050hz or something. …

Re: All Claimed! Hardware Giveaway (10zig 56xx Thin Clients)

in Milliways
Got a chance to try things out. This is off to a great start! -As others have mentioned, adding the max speed option to the speed menu would be useful. Probably just an artifact of the low-powered Atom, but it seems like almost every game has audio stutter if Max is not used. -Mounting an external …

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