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Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 3. Oct 2010, 17:17
by stefan.becker
ripjacker wrote:It seems none of the video drivers now work.

We need a petition to get Win98 fully supported.

Am I right in thinking I'm not the only one who wants this?

rip
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For me the universal driver from june 2010 works in a win98 guest.

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 6. Oct 2010, 18:46
by fierkraag
I have the problem that I can get 16 colours at best with windows 98. I also do not really understand what all the previous talk about vga and what not is, despite seeming to be aabout the same problem. Can anyone explain to me in simple terms how to get up to at least 256 colours?

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 6. Oct 2010, 19:44
by stefan.becker
You must install the Driver from the bearwindows-Page. Take tihis one:

http://bearwindows.boot-land.net/vbe9x.htm

viewtopic.php?t=3603

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 8. Oct 2010, 15:00
by ripjacker
The above driver does not work on windows7 hosts trying to run win98 clients.

win98 requires full support.

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 8. Oct 2010, 16:15
by fixedwheel
ripjacker wrote:... does not work ...

-v please, my crystal ball is in repair service

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 3. Dec 2010, 18:13
by Nosferatu
Hi,

i have a big problem... i found some thing in google but not realy a answer.

I installed Dos 6.22 with CD drivers.
Than i start setup Win98, at the beginn i have no problems, i insert the CD-Key and dann he copy but i have every time the same problem

i get this Error in the copy sometime he can copy 2 % than 40% ... and sometimes the setup start and i get the error

Error Message:
Standart Mode: Fault outside of MS-DOS Extender
EC=0000 CS=0f2f IP=3173 AX=D10c BX=3443 CX=0e8e DX=df8e
SI=D10C DI=d8ac BP=d358 DS=0e97 ES=0e8e SS=1097 SP=d34e

but the numbers are others everytime

Edit: ok now he crashed every time if he want to create a start disc

can someone help me please?

THanks
Nosferatu

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 3. Dec 2010, 20:06
by stefan.becker
Post the _full_ guest configuration.

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 4. Dec 2010, 11:03
by Nosferatu
i could install it in VMWare PLayer without problems .... i only boot from diskette, and install with cd ... on virtualbox it doesnt work...

I work on Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate

I hope that is all what you need, its my first time to use virtual systems
Settings:
General
Name:
Windows 98

OS Type:
Windows 98

System
Base Memory:
32 MB i test it with 64 MB and 1 GB

Processor(s):
1

Boot Order:
Floppy, CD/DVD-ROM, Hard Disk

VT-x/AMD-V:
Enabled

Nested Paging:
Enabled

Display
Video Memory:
128 MB

3D Acceleration:
Disabled

2D Video Acceleration:
Disabled

Remote Display Server:
Disabled

Storage
IDE-Controller
IDE Primary Master:
win98.vdi (Normal, 10,00 GB)

IDE Secondary Master (CD/DVD):
Host Drive 'J:'

Disketten-Controller
Floppy Device 0:
Host Drive 'A:'

Audio
Host Driver:
Windows DirectSound

Controller:
SoundBlaster 16

Network
Adapter 1:
PCnet-PCI II (NAT)

Serial Ports
Disabled

USB
Device Filters:
0 (0 active)

Shared Folders
None

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 4. Dec 2010, 15:19
by stefan.becker
Disable VT/Nested Pages and use only 8 MB Video RAM.

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 5. Dec 2010, 18:24
by stefan.becker
If you have problems open a new thread. This has nothing to do with windows 98.

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 6. Dec 2010, 17:43
by Nosferatu
Ok THX i will test it.

sorry but i thought that was a Win98 problem. If it doesn't work again i start a new threat

Windows 98 SE still slow

PostPosted: 15. Dec 2010, 17:18
by Ikarus
Hi guys!

I followed Technologov's tutorial step by step and the installation worked perfectly (thanks a lot).

ACPI is, as far as I can say, supported (the registryentry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Detect\ACPIOption exists and has the value 01 00 00). I also tried both video-drivers (both worked) and use now the SciTech Display Doctor. I disabled VT-x like it is written in the VirtualBox wiki. Nevertheless the CPU-Usage is still around 30-40% when I do nothing and instantly goes up to 100% even when I only resize a window or open a folder (it drops back to 30-40% as soon as the folder is open).

Hostsystem: Windows XP
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.53 GHz

Anyone has an idea?

Thanks

Re: Windows 98 SE still slow

PostPosted: 19. Dec 2010, 15:46
by Porobu
Ikarus wrote:Hi guys!

I followed Technologov's tutorial step by step and the installation worked perfectly (thanks a lot).

ACPI is, as far as I can say, supported (the registryentry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Detect\ACPIOption exists and has the value 01 00 00). I also tried both video-drivers (both worked) and use now the SciTech Display Doctor. I disabled VT-x like it is written in the VirtualBox wiki. Nevertheless the CPU-Usage is still around 30-40% when I do nothing and instantly goes up to 100% even when I only resize a window or open a folder (it drops back to 30-40% as soon as the folder is open).

Hostsystem: Windows XP
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.53 GHz

Anyone has an idea?

Thanks

install win 98 with /p j option:
setup /p j
this will force ACPI

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 22. Dec 2010, 19:53
by Ikarus
Sorry for the Delay!

I did that. I just didn't recognise any differance in the installing-process. That's why I wrote that as far as I can say it is installed.

Greets

Re: Discuss: Tutorial: Windows 95/98 guest OSes

PostPosted: 25. Dec 2010, 21:24
by craM
Install rain or waterfall this will keep your CPU load down (this will avoid the idle loop causing the 100 % CPU load).
http://www.benchtest.com/rain.html