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jacoblionheart 27th January 2006 04:34 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 05:58 PM

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


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

jacoblionheart 28th January 2006 04:50 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 04:59 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 04:32 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 01:11 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 09:28 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 09:00 PM

Still waiting here. For the informations on that screen.

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