Reply With Quote April 12th, 2006,12:43 PM #6 Vanaj View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date May 2004 Location 45,000FT Above Nevada Posts 1,539 Re: What are the difference Since I use dialup I went ahead and ordered Vector on cd (total cost w/shipping $3.50). It asks if Dial-up Networking needs to be configured. Log In or Register to post comments Rolando (not verified) on Nov 24, 1999 Thanks for this great article.
For example, software published by Microsoft places its registry keys under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | SOFTWARE | Microsoft.If you look deeper into the SOFTWARE | Microsoft subkey, you’ll see that there’s an entry I mean 32-bit OS or 64-bit OS which can not support by the 98. Client computers that are running Windows NT 4.0, Windows 95, or Windows 98 need to have the .pol file (Config.pol for Windows 98 or Windows 95, or Ntconfig.pol for Windows NT 4.0) created on the client computer's operating system The only way around this is to make partitions. http://windowsitpro.com/windows/dual-booting-windows-nt-40-and-windows-98
Lolman the Object Thingy / Teh444thSpartan 91,531 views 1:06 Top 5 MICROSOFT FAIL MOMENTS - Duration: 3:49. The only reason Windows 98 is supported in some circles is because it still has a large customer database. :x: That said, there is still alot of software that is compatible Upon successful PPP connection to the Access Server, issue the winipcfg command on Windows 2000 to determine the IP address assigned by the Access Server to the PPP dial-up client adapter. The Cisco rolled cable part number is CAB-500RJ.
Assuming that you've installed Win98 on a FAT32 primary or active partition and installed NT on an NTFS extended partition or on a separate hard disk, you can follow these steps: I also want to use a wine in order to get a MS Windows (98 minimum requirement) program to function. Any time that you see a plus sign, you can further expand the registry. The only reason Windows 98 is supported in some circles is because it still has a large customer database. :x: That said, there is still alot of software that is compatible
Boot the machine with a DOS bootable floppy that contains Fdisk, and mark the partition that contains NT as active. Click Configure. The slogan 'press on' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race."...Calvin Coolidge 30th President of the USA. Last modified on 2010-03-31 00:00:00.
Check the Don't detect my modem; I will select it from a list option, and click Next. The slogan 'press on' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race."...Calvin Coolidge 30th President of the USA. Anti-Trend, Feb 2, 2006 #5 whodat Geek Trainee Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Anti-Trend said: Cool, but why RH5 out of curiosity? Click Add.
However, keep in mind that Windows 98 works with hardware much differently than Windows NT does. Clicking Here Also, some simpler programs may not require registry entries. Chau (not verified) on May 28, 2001 Also works with windows nt 4.0 and windows me! Top Of Page Show: Inherited Protected Print Export (0) Print Export (0) Share IN THIS ARTICLE Is this page helpful?
I'm using a Pentium 150 mhz processor with 48 meg of ram, and the hdd is about 2 gig. With Linux, newer doesn't necessarily mean more bloated. The following steps show the setup for Windows NT: Obtain or create the mdmcisco.inf file (refer to Step 1 of the Windows 98 Dial-up Networking by a Null-Modem Cable section of Vector used to be really light, but I see they have been adding lots of new features, so it may not be the way to go.
Although every registry is different, there are still elements that all registries have in common. Cool, but why RH5 out of curiosity? I followed the instructions in this article and I am now able to boot windows millenium in its own partition (FAT32), NT 4.0 (installed in NTFS) and linux ( ext2 filesystem) Insert the Windows 2000 CD...
So there will always be something out there if you need it. If the post was helpful...Rate it! whodat, Jan 31, 2006 #1 megamaced Geek Geek Geek!
You can access this registry editor in both versions of Windows by using the Regedit command. The content you requested has been removed. Thanks for those suggestions. Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you!
Under the Connection tab, the default 8N1 should remain selected. JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights. Therefore, you must either create your own icon or run the Registry Editor from the command prompt. Note: For security and support reasons, UITS recommends using Windows 2000 Professional or Windows XP Professional, rather than NT Workstation 4.0, on Indiana University's network.
Windows Server 2003 does NOT start after installing or reinstalling a Windows XP dual boot? If you know what IRQ's & DMA's are, you should be OK.Click to expand... Why not just try a more modern distro? Use the Null-Connection by following these steps: Choose Start > Connect To > Null-Connection.
I'm trying to spend as little money as possible. If you know what IRQ's & DMA's are, you should be OK. Write for Reader to Reader online, and you can tell others about your NT discoveries, comments, problems, solutions, and experiences. I tried VectorLinux on a P233MMX 48MB, and it was just too slow to use.
Hopefully the shipping won't be outragious. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Type a name for this connection, such as "Null-Connection", and click Finish. If you look under the WRI key, you’ll observe that it has a default value of WRIFILE.Locate the WRIFILE entry, which is also located in the HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT section of the registry.
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Of course that is just my opinion, I could be wrong. "Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. All of the aspects relating to your video card’s resolution and refresh rate are stored under this key. Log In or Register to post comments Advertisement Anonymous on Nov 27, 1999 I've got another one.