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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 I ran the process a second time, just to be sure everything worked fine, and rather than just whip through the defrag it stopped somewhere around 25% and began to relocate I want only to make use of your (and other's) hard work to keep my O/S's and machines running. Ok, I noticed what you are saying.. this content

We all have operational styles, and I'll need to get used to yours so I can improve upon mine. TekTime, May 26, 2010 #2 risingTide Thread Starter Joined: Jan 15, 2010 Messages: 8 Thanks for your reply. The latest Service Pack has been downloaded and archived, and in the next few days I'm going to apply it to the same machine I'd built specifically for this purpose before Report status later tonight.

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 Forget it!!! Still looking ........... I recognized the first part of the process was going to relocate lots of O/S specific files toward the lower end of the drive, so it had to do the bits

Use that signature line to do a search for specific M/B information, such as O/S compatibility, driver files, support information, etc. I'm only going on what I can see and hear, since I don't have any specific O/S tools to see what's going on under the covers during IPL (boot). This really is the style of diskette cable currently installed on the machine. Idon't care how I get an image into RAM where I can = manipulate=20 it, butscreenscraping can't be the best solution (and it requires=20 significantlymore work in terms of handling the

My intent was to convey a level of polite ignorance on the part of many people who don't have as intimate a knowledge of what you're offering as you do. I've got the machines, drives, licenses, time, and willingness to help make this an even better product than it already is, but I need help. During the install process I'll note any messages that come up, but things are moving fairly quickly, so I may not be able to write things down as quickly as they https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/ba32192b-19de-4b41-b973-0a225086d457/need-helps-in-kernel-power-error-bluescreen?forum=w7itproperf Attached Files: Temp & Fan Log.txt File size: 45.9 KB Views: 93 risingTide, May 27, 2010 #3 TekTime Joined: Sep 21, 2009 Messages: 1,312 You're welcome!

Bad decision on my part, and I should have been more careful when I clicked on the "Run" dialog box "OK" button. It appears there IS some type of hardware problem that is causing your fans not to work properly. For the record I used to do manufacturing installation, field service, and documentation evaluation testing at a corporate facility many years ago. Max System Bus = 800Mhz (according to manual) Max FSB Clock = 200Mhz (according to manual) Max CPU Core Freq = 3200Mhz (according to manual) -- Intel Pentium-4 478-pin CPU slot

After that I'll start the SP3.4 installation process noting which options I've selected. http://www.beowulf.org/pipermail/beowulf/2005-January.txt After that ??? So I cleaned off the old thermal paste and applied some new Arctic Silver 5. I've recently run a memory test on my laptop using MemTest86+ 4.0.

Many thanks for your time! news This is where I think it might be wise for me to consider a completely new reinstallation with all the options identified and documented and then any errors carefully noted. My decision to not install the USB drivers was yet another bad assumption. Thanks, Problemchyld.

Don't take anyone's word, mine included, without doing proper background checks to be certain you won't muck up your machine any more than it already is. Thanks for your help on this TekTime!! I'll pay attention from now on and be sure to have all hardware available during an O/S installation. have a peek at these guys Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.

If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? 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 No more slow behavior.

I ran defrag using the existing Win98SE utility, and for the longest time it sounded like I'd brought my washing machine into the room.

After it's available I'll download it and conduct the same sort of installation analysis I did during my Win98SE install. I've got the configuration installed in a bit more "permanent" temporary location for the moment, and I've taken some photos of the H/W and the BIOS screens. As I said before, all of them were recognized and installed to a drive letter just fine. The drive letter field name actually came up blank, but otherwise allowed me to safely disconnect the USB device.

I really think this was the problem and here's why: When I looked at the I8KFanGui Log (posted below) it had showed that the CPU fan [fanspeed1] came on High after During this ordeal I removed a rather formidable dustball from the GPU fan as well. All okay, and runs very smoothly -- and fast!!! check my blog That doesn't mean we're buffoons or dolts ...

Larger and larger chunks of data were shifted around until eventually it looked and sounded more typical.

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