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Re: Windows 98 veeeeeeery slow!

Again, I would wipe the system and install 98SE clean and not upgrade from 95 to 98. But I guess that special tape software prevents that for some reason. Still I'd try and find a work around for it. What's the tape software called? Turning off PnP is what caused it to refind all the drivers. I …

Re: Windows 98 veeeeeeery slow!

That said, how would I know if DMA is enabled or not? Control Panel > System > Device Manager > Disk Drives > (Whatever device it is) > Properties > Settings DMA should be checked. If it isn't, check it. I also wouldn't bother with those unofficial patches, unless you're trying to make 98 your …

Re: Windows 98 veeeeeeery slow!

I'm perfectly able to get data off the tape, that's not the issue. I'm past that and I want to recreate a usable Win98SE box! That said, how would I know if DMA is enabled or not? I'm nearly certain I installed the 4in1 drivers from the VIA CD I had laying around. Everything except the USB drivers …

Windows 98 veeeeeeery slow!

Hi all, first time long time! I have found a lot of tape backups and decided to make a new Windows 98 PC with a tape drive to read them all. I finally got an proper installation but the issue is it's dog slow. Installing the unofficial SP3 takes hours. Here are the specs: P4PA Via Motherboard Intel …

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