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Re: Retro computing posters and artwork

I've got a bit of a mish-mash of TIF files of AMD stuff I downloaded in that era, at the time very high res artwork and logos. 3000x3000, upto, it looks like. Some might print OK? These TIFs must be uncompressed, attached is a 22meg duron logo zipped to 124K! If there's any interest then I'll …

Re: Is this a Rage 128 Pro?

hardly .. mhm I have a Radeon 7000 that is actually a 7500 just with the 7000 sticker on it. Certainly surprised me when both drivers and HWinfo picked it up as a 7500. Markets get segmented to maximise income, and combined with economy of scale for a manufacturer, it might be more profitable …

Re: When Microsoft has a go at Tetris...

Banner - A tool to make Banners... I think my parents regretted it giving this to me because we had a dot matrix printer... Banners took hours to print. At least the banners i made as a 12 year old :D . $ banner still on slackware ############# ######## ############# ############## ############# …

Re: Hosting old game servers on new OSes in VMs?

in Windows
Hey Efflixi86Box Can you emulate, or run lower-spec Intel-compatible CPUs, with proxmox as is possible with qemu-kvm? Have you considered WINE? That might be viable for non-graphical dedicated servers from the old days. Maybe have a VM host that is just a bit old? Keep the VMs lean to minimise RAM …

Re: Win 3.11 networking

in Windows
Problem is its refusing to get a dhcp lease it gets offered by my dhcp server but the system does not take it . How do you know this? A lease appearing on the server? Or more hardcore, watching the DHCP traffic? The tests I'd do are: ping 127.0.0.1 ping localhost If these work, TCPIP should be …

Re: Old network cards compatibility on modern networks

I googled and opened some tabs, and forgot about them. First kind of things that came up probably cover the reason. But I did forget IPv6 exists (I turn it off everywhere), and your interface is not configured for that. I now think the dropped packets will be IPv6 from other PCs, and the router …

Re: Old network cards compatibility on modern networks

Thanks to the kind help on this site, I've finally managed to have a fully working network setup for my old Windows 98 PC. I can now backup and restore easily my different partitions (including the OS one) from my PuppyLinux CD to my NAS, everything is working well. I just had a small doubt when I …

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