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Re: What do you think about Steam Deck handheld PC ?

It actually looks like a really cool portable, especially for platformers which it will most likely excel at. The newer AMD APUs are pretty powerful. Pretty sure it won't really run higher end 3D titles at acceptable speeds though. This actually looks like something I would be interested in. …

Re: What do you think about Steam Deck handheld PC ?

It actually looks like a really cool portable, especially for platformers which it will most likely excel at. The newer AMD APUs are pretty powerful. Pretty sure it won't really run higher end 3D titles at acceptable speeds though. This actually looks like something I would be interested in. …

Re: Not so crazy idea : using a Raspberry Pi 4 with jackd , Zita A2J bridge and jack_mixer to make a software S/PDIF mix

Thanks Darry for experimenting with VMWare. It looks like the VM route isn't totally ideal. I'll return to it if a native windows solution isn't working. I got my USB sound cards today. They only seem to accept optical inputs so I'll have to get a few more cables and adapters. Do you know of a good …

Re: Windows 98 Sata SSD

ok so the ide to sata adapter came today. i plug the drive in my windows 10 machine ran disk part clean to wipe the drive. then use the format tool zap provided 2 post up. made the win98 folder and copied the cab files over. then used the cd to boot into dos. the bios shows that the ide controller …

Re: Windows 98 Sata SSD

The SATA 300 cards will perform about the same as SATA 150 cards. I have seen SATA 300 speeds in windows 98 before, but only on particular socket 775 chipsets. I use a similar IDE -> SATA adapters for all of my SSDs. I have had issues with some SSD drives so the controller might play a part. I use …

Re: Windows 98 Sata SSD

If you want to use a PCI SATA card then you can try the promise cards. The Promise 150, promise 300 TX2 and TX4 cards are all known to work well with windows 98, although I have heard stories about people having issues with them. You're motherboard should support 128gb drive natively. The only …

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