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I've been having the same issue, and I think it's a bug with Windows Hypervisor, not with QEMU. If/until Microsoft patches it, I'm not sure if QEMU is even going to work in Windows anymore, at least not for old Windows installs.

Re: Current Best Video Driver for PCem

On a bit off-topic, but I've always been curious: is there any video driver that can do 1280x720 in PCem? I use the Phoenix S3Trio64 for my PCem build over the ATI cards because you can get 32-bit true color in 1024x768, whereas I've only ever been able to get 24-bit color at that resolution with …

Re: Windows 98SE Mini PCI Wifi card woes

Revisiting this one, I got it working using an aftermarket, custom driver, which I'll link here. In spite of claiming to work with a different version of the Broadcom PCI wifi card (Bcm94309mp), I can confirm that it worked well with mine (BCM94306). In terms of what kind of encrypted wireless …

Re: Windows 98SE Mini PCI Wifi card woes

OMORES wrote on 2023-02-22, 18:41: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > ENUM > PCI *Windows 98 is very PCI tolerant as you can see in the attached image, on a newer motherboard there are like 50+ PCI devices Thank you so much! This will be very helpful in troubleshooting these drivers.

Re: Windows 98SE Mini PCI Wifi card woes

I'm using a USB stick for WiFi in Windows 98 - there are many early B/G dongles Windows 98 compatible. But I guess you just want to install that card for your peace of mind. You can take a look into registry also and delete devices from there and reinstall. This was the only way to get rid of a …

Windows 98SE Mini PCI Wifi card woes

Hey all! I've been trying to install Windows 98 on a designed-for-windows XP laptop: the Gateway 600YG2. The specs are as follows: Processor: Intel® Pentium 4™-M CPU 2.6 GHz Ram: 256MB 266 MHz DDR-SDRAM Graphics Controller: ATI Mobility Radeon 9500, 64MB of VRAM Sound: Allegro ESS ES1988 chipset (SB …

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