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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2022-07-22 8:24 PM
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The writes are much better though aren't they.

I'd suggest enabling write caching and trying again, but I can't remember if it's possible under 9x without a driver.
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NarakuITA Page Icon Posted 2022-07-22 8:29 PM
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C:Amie - 2022-07-22 8:24 PM

The writes are much better though aren't they.

I'd suggest enabling write caching and trying again, but I can't remember if it's possible under 9x without a driver.

I can't use that CF, as, if you remember, my entire operating system crashes if I enable DMA.
Also Windows 98SE is slowed if I can start it.
Windows performs much better with normal CF! Indeed I would say very well!
Maybe Windows doesn't like this CF UDMA 7. We'd have to try windows 2000.

Update: I tried to upgrade to Windows 2000.
The device incompatibility report reports this:

Network incompatibility
Internet Connection Sharing (Protocol)

Internet Connection Sharing (Protocol) is not compatible
with Windows 2000. Please contact Microsoft, the manufacturer of the
component, compatible software for Windows 2000.

Now, I'm sure I don't have any network cards installed. As I only have 3 slots and they are occupied by sound card, video card and now USB 2.0 card. Behind the PC there are no ports for lan or 56k modem, integrated.
In fact, even windows 98SE detects a device for internet connection.
I don't know what to tell you, this PC cannot have a peripheral for the internet !!! BUT where is it ?????

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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2022-07-22 9:37 PM
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no, I suspect that there is an issue with the card. Perhaps it can't negotiate UDMA1/2 that Windows 98 is using, properly.

ICS isn't an issue. Windows 2000 has its own RAS-based version. The 9x driver doesn't matter.
It's just a system driver that gets installed in the background. Similar ones exist on 2000+ such as PPP drivers. It's nothing to worry about.
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NarakuITA Page Icon Posted 2022-07-23 12:18 PM
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Well it worries me, as the system does not start and crashes giving the blue screen. Are you sure that's not the problem?
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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2022-07-23 2:45 PM
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The ICS driver shouldn't be running. Disable it in the registry if your are convinced it's that.
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From the BIOS? I have no idea. I have not found any entry, which claims to have an Internet connection, a LAN or a Modem.
If I try to install clean Windows, unfortunately after loading the fourth floppy, a blue screen appears.
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It's not REAL hardware. It's a software driver that allows Windows to take an internet connection on the device and forward it to other devices on the same LAN. I promise you it isn't causing the BSOD.
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NarakuITA - 2022-07-20 1:14 PM

The PDF you published:
http://ps-2.kev009.com/pccbbs/commercial_desktop/6577io.pdf
According to the description it reaches up to 200Mhz.

As also reported here, it can reach 200Mhz
https://www.ultimateretro.net/it/motherboards/2988#cpus


Here I am back from vacation! How did you spend your holidays? I hope well!
I was able to install the new Caches and the new processor.
He currently sees it at 166 MHZ.
This is currently how the current setting is: https://ibb.co/nLygGX9

Seeing, the picture to set the frequency correctly, I can not understand a thing, sorry for the ignorance ...
But the (I don't know the technical name) black square represents the foot, button, I don't know what to call it, lowered or raised?

As for slot 5 and 6, how should I set it halfway? I did some tests, the button, or whatever it is called, is raised or lowered, it is not possible to set it in the middle ...
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Ok, solved!
i also installed windows 2000.
However it is slow and the PCU is almost always 100%, or goes 100% for every small operation.
In fact, I can't even see the videos. The videos all go jerky.
With Windows 98se, videos play fine!
I think I'll have to go back to Windows 98SE. Such a pity....

In addition Windows 2000 does not turn off by itself, I have to press the button, after the message appears: Now you can turn off the computer. I don't like....

There is a way to tell if the processor is an MMX, because there is no MMX lettering, but the dealer tells me it is an MMX.
Usually it should be written on it.
How do you understand?



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C:Amie Page Icon Posted 2022-08-29 6:10 PM
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Welcome back.
Glad you sorted it. The English for those switches is a 'dip switch'.

Windows 2000 doesn't surprise me, you're asking a lot of it all. At least we know where the ceiling is. Will you try Windows Millennium?

SY045 is a socket 7 P54CS processor from June 1996. MMX didn't release until January 1997 on the P55.S So no, he fibbed. Find the oldest version of CPU-Z with Windows 98 support. It will confirm.
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Windows Millennium?
Minimum requirements, I read that it is heavier than Win200. It takes a more powerful processor.
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Kind of strange ... Now WIndows 2000 won't start. Blue screen.
And I didn't do anything to him ....
I go back to Windows 98SE. At least the PC is more responsive.
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Very strange! GPU swap?
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C:Amie - 2022-08-30 10:55 AM

Very strange! GPU swap?

No I just put the Cache and the Processor and nothing else. In fact it is a very strange situation, like the ATI card, which works and doesn't work. In my opinion, here too there is some incompatibility with the operating system. Something bothers him.
But it doesn't matter, the PC with WIndows 2000 is not very unusable. I'll put back Windows 98.

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Are you able to see what is causing the bottleneck on Windows 2000 using perfmon? CPU, RAM or Disk?
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