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Since it's a laptop its a bit tougher to narrow down the exact problem(s) but for starters I would say your fan needs to be replaced. I've got a mirror of the drive just before I did the SP3.4 update, so barring any hand-waving and people jumping up and down I might just wipe the drive after I'll report which options I've selected, will follow your instructions, and report back after all this is done. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Source

July 21, 2012 385 replies "B:" diskette not seen in Win98SE -- SOLVED Laser98IX replied to Laser98IX's topic in Windows 9x/ME Added to the bottom of my post to make certain im new with win 7.... I'm literally trembling with anticipation to see how much of an improvement I'll see after SP3.4 is installed. Cheers Mani Wednesday, August 18, 2010 1:24 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote im using ASUS A42JK laptop which run BIOS: Vendor: American Megatrends Version: K42JK https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-slow-walltime-in-memtest86-4-10.924960/

Thanks for your help on this TekTime!! August 8, 2012 2,361 replies "B:" diskette not seen in Win98SE -- SOLVED Laser98IX posted a topic in Windows 9x/ME Win98SE installed and working fine, but with two diskettes installed the Thanks, Joe. The results?

The high temperatures could definitely be affecting other hardware in your PC negatively. Originally I just thought that was an error with the software, but now I'm wondering if maybe there is actually 2 fans on this particular mobo and one is completely dead? After I couldn't see the B: drive I shutdown, rebooted, hit the F8 key to get to the command prompt, and DOS "sees" and can read/write to both A: and B: Then I'll try to find a means to establish a "basis" for that configuration using a tool such as Sisoft Sandra, based on a recommendation from a friend of mine.

I'm not sure of that, but I'd love to hear some theories. Plus I could then see if anything else looked sketchy. It wasn't until I tried a second external drive (same size) that I realized the problem might be because at least one of them was partitioned NTFS, so I booted my https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/ba32192b-19de-4b41-b973-0a225086d457/need-helps-in-kernel-power-error-bluescreen?forum=w7itproperf The system application will be terminated.

August 15, 2012 2,361 replies 98 SE SP 3.32 Laser98IX replied to Gape's topic in Windows 9x Member Projects The following is the short version of a complete Win98SE install with Excellent. Easily fixed. No, I'm not lazy, but I'm not a programmer, and sometimes reading through forum after forum trying to glean everything I can, and the most pertinent points, makes my head spin.

July 29, 2012 18 replies "B:" diskette not seen in Win98SE -- SOLVED Laser98IX replied to Laser98IX's topic in Windows 9x/ME I've located the Intel 440BX chipset installation files, but they're http://www.beowulf.org/pipermail/beowulf/2005-January.txt I have some reading to do. I've located the HDAT2 ISO files. I'll install it after I've finished upgrading and testing my O/S to SP3.4.

Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. this contact form Thanks to you, ProblemChyld ... He also mentioned "Winternals", which I haven't looked up yet, to attempt a logging of activities during the SP3.4 install. Thanks for your help, Guys.

I may just forget using the LAN altogether and rely upon my USB sticks and external USB drive to move files back and forth. i'll check in asus website...thanks for your solutions and time... Thread Status: Not open for further replies. have a peek here Ever since I pared down the "Startup" apps and removed lots of commands in the "Run" and "RunServices" keys in the registry that weren't absolutely necessary I have yet to see

It's obvious I don't know which options to choose on the "Settings" screens Any more ideas or suggestions? I'm pleased I was able to add something to this project, however slight or "unofficial" my efforts. As I posted over a week ago I'm still willing to do an extensive analysis of the SP3.4 install process, including benchmarks before and after, but I need direction and guidance

Although I'm not sure if the type of problems I'm experiencing lead to that conclusion.

Giant Dustball totally kept the GPU fan from running at all. I always choose to disconnect the battery from my laptop at all times, when it's plugged in an AC power source. Use that signature line to do a search for specific M/B information, such as O/S compatibility, driver files, support information, etc. I found a P-4 3.4 Ghz, 800 SB, 512 Cache chip (not EE) at a local surplus computer place.

For the record I used to do manufacturing installation, field service, and documentation evaluation testing at a corporate facility many years ago. some of it MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, irql is not less or equal and others... It's always better to have a solid basis to establish repeatable results, and I should have written all this down anyway. Check This Out An interesting test will be after I remove the LAN device from the machine in the Device Manager and how it will affect the boot time.

I'll wait to install the SP3.4 until after I see the update. Still, many of the "experts" here have helped other novices before, so ......... I may sound like an eager beaver, but I truly love using '98SE, and I want to see it continue to be used as a friendly and more "trimmed" O/S than That doesn't mean we're buffoons or dolts ...

Will delay the following until absolutely required to eliminate uncertainty. -- wipe the drive (if okay) -- push the original 4.10.2222 files back onto the drive -- install SP3.4 with lots