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Re: Compaq armada 1750

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Not exactly, there's an interesting thread out there on the interwebs about this topic. There are indeed some versions of the broadcomm chipset driver/software that support WPA2 on win9x, but it is very hit and miss which devices are actually supported. (This thread is mirrored kinda poorly (page 1 …

Re: Compaq armada 1750

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2gb is the fat16 limit, with 8gbbeing the usual lchs limit that needs broken. 48bit lba is needed for disks larger than 128gb, and for that you need at least win2k with 48bit atapi.sys. (system drive cannot be that size though!) EZBios should get you the large disk support you need, and play nice …

Re: Compaq armada 1750

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Personally, I'd have just used ezbios with the low mem relocation utility. 2gb is the fat16 limit, with 8gbbeing the usual lchs limit that needs broken. 48bit lba is needed for disks larger than 128gb, and for that you need at least win2k with 48bit atapi.sys. (system drive cannot be that size …

Re: Compaq armada 1750

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I used to own a 1530DM. It was weaksauce with neomagic video chip, but I recall that it could run NT4 like a boss (with caveats about the pcmcia slots), and could somewhat ok with win2k.

Re: SBEMU: Sound Blaster emulation on AC97

I have a Toshiba (Satellite L755-S5214) with intel HDA, that straight up just hangs when SBEMU loads. This happens with both Jemmex, and Qemm, even when all the adapter region is excluded, and nothing is loaded high. Happens with dos6.22 and with freedos. I'll edit this post with the specific model …

Re: Mini ISA ROM Card

This is a very simple card with no mapper chips. As such, the largest contiguous block allowable would be 1 full segment, or 64k. The IBM PC specification only allotted for 384k of "adapter rom region" between 640k base memory and the top of the first megabyte. ROM-DOS cards use a method called " …

Re: SBEMU: Sound Blaster emulation on AC97

The only other one that can work is QEMM. JEMMEX is able to have loadable modules, and that is where qpiemu.dll comes in. It's an emulation module for quarterdeck's private api. You dont need this emulator, if the memory manager has it natively. QEMM is a quarterdeck product, and specifically, the …

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