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Re: [avr-gcc-list] Binaries for win32 - under win98 too ?

From: Robert Rozman
Subject: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Binaries for win32 - under win98 too ?
Date: Mon Jan 15 12:23:03 2001


I just tell you my experience on thought of upgrading to win2000. It looks
like my 1 year old motherboard (Celeron 333) is one of those, that are on
compatibility list of Win2000, but some drivers don't work. One of them is
IDE driver - so my disks are connected not as (U)DMA but in PIO mode. You
can imagine what this means for CPU !!!

So in the moment, I prefer using older binaries (from Volker OTH) under
win98 and wait for fix other than 'crying' in win2000 when CPU is polling my
disks and doing all the transfers.

Hope this helps.


Robert Rozman
-----Izvorno sporoèilo-----
Od: Larry Barello <address@hidden>
Za: Dale Seaburg <address@hidden>
Kp: address@hidden <address@hidden>
Datum: 14. januar 2001 2:58
Zadeva: Re: [avr-gcc-list] Binaries for win32 - under win98 too ?

>I have win98 second edition and this doesn't help.  It is ironic to think I
>might finally "upgrade" to win2000 to make GCC work.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Dale Seaburg" <address@hidden>
>> Robert,
>> Go to Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> double-click System Icon ->
>> click Performance Tab -> click Virtual Memory Button -> click "let me
>> select my own Virtual Memory settings" button.  Then bump up the min/max
>> settings.  The values are based on how much RAM you have, but if you
>> have plenty of Harddrive space left, double what it says you have now.
>> Hope this helps.  I use Win2000 myself, but I just happen to have a copy
>> of W98 on my portable.
>> Dale.
>> Robert Rozman wrote:
>> >
>> > Hello,
>> >
>> > I've installed latest win32 binaries. I tried my project that used to
>> > compile with older Volker Oth's binaries under win98 and win2000.
>> >
>> > With new binaries it compiles under win2000, but not under win98
>> > ('virtual memory exhausted').
>> >
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