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jacoblionheart 27th January 2006 03:34 PM

ahah *frown. unfortuantely i know what screen during boot-up you'r etalking about .. and unfortunately that screen only pops up on my computer for about HALF a second before it goes away. ahah so its humanly impossible to be able ot write down any of the info it presents. which REALLY sucks a lot.

adicoto 27th January 2006 04:58 PM

On the right hand of the keyboard, between main keys and numeric keypad you'll find the key named

Pause/Break

If you press it, the computer will stop, waiting for an Enter.

jacoblionheart 28th January 2006 03:50 AM

alright here is all the info the screen gave:

main processor: Pentium (R)III
math processor: built-in
Floppy drive A: 1.44 MB 3 1/2"
Floppy drive B: none
AMIBIOS Date: 01/15/99
Processor CLock: 600 MHz
Base Memory size: 640 KB
Ext. memory size: 129024 KB
Display type: VGA/EGA
Serial port(s): 3F8
Parallel port(s): 378
External cache: 256 KB Enabled

*ATAP(PI) Device(s) Pri Master: Hard disk UDMA66
* size: 19541MB
* LBA mode: LBA
* 32 bit Mode: on
* BLock mode: 16 sec
* PIO mode: 4

PCI onboard VGA, IRQ11
PCI onboard multimedia dev., IRQ10
PCI onboard USB Controller, IRQ5
PCI slot 1 Ethernet, IRQ11
PCI onboard PCI Bridge
PCI onboard Serial Bus Ctrl, IRQ10
PCI onboard IDE
PCI slot I/O Port Device, IRQ3

adicoto 28th January 2006 03:59 AM

The screen with the informations we need is the one...before this one. :) Anyhow, your computer is pretty low on resources (600 MHz CPU, 128 MB of RAM-and video card steals a part of them, probably only 8 MB, that's verry low for the video vard)

Tizio 28th January 2006 03:32 PM

You can try using BSplayer v0.86 (you can find a link in BSPeter post "READ THIS FIRST BEFORE POSTING") and maybe ffdshow to decode your movies..

jacoblionheart 30th January 2006 12:11 AM

hrmm so yes.. now i installed the older version etc.. but now everytime i try adn open teh file.. the whoel program jsut faisl adn closes....

Tizio 30th January 2006 08:28 AM

But it gives you an error message?
You can try to install DivX 5 decoder, or XviD and enabling support for MP4 playback :?

adicoto 30th January 2006 08:00 PM

Still waiting here. For the informations on that screen.


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