Apr 17, 2002 #13 Falcon TS Rookie Topic Starter Ok... I obviously would if I could. pathsets the search path for executables. This program is nice, but its use can be risky. useful reference
I personally prefer the classic style of a black screen. Password Memberlist Forum Rules Today's Posts Search Forums: Click here to use Advanced Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Click here to use Advanced Search Go to Page... the memory between C800-F7FF). emm386 can now simulate EMS within the XMS. https://support.industry.siemens.com/tf/de/en/post/106/
after exams. I assume this problem is not present? Hmm..
It could be that your decompressing software is incompatible with Windows XP. Angaben zu deinen Einstellungen veraten? Apr 19, 2002 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. Either the same error or the extractor wouldn't run right.
Summary: Windows95 behaves just as Windows 3.x did and we can get some advantages of this fact. 2) MSDOS.SYS In fact Microsoft has prepared their software for the things we want Starting from here is working correctly. I don't want to lose, and if you saw my sys specs I don't have a burner So, upgrade it was. Gruß Sailor Always look on the bright side of life Zitieren 03.08.2011,11:24 #6 Juergena Profil Beiträge anzeigen Benutzer Registriert seit 05.06.2009 Beiträge 53 Danke 3 Erhielt 1 Danke für 1
Have you looked inside these batch files? Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? The EMS technique needs some memory for a so called page frame. What is the version of Step5, what OS do you have installed.
Apr 10, 2002 #3 Mictlantecuhtli TS Evangelist Posts: 4,345 +11 himem.sys probably "respaws" because of Windows File Protection. http://www.cubic.org/docs/configuring.htm Normally you should have some close looks on every now program you install. Much thanks to you all, Nodsu especially. And if for some reason you do have to boot to a 9x OS or non-NTFS/FAT OS (such as linux/freebsd/etc) there are PLENTY of 3rd-party tools that enable them to read
To do this, before you boot into XP setup, from the C:\> prompt, use MOVE C:\DOCUME~1 C:\OLDDOCS Now, once XP has booted, your old documents will be under either the \OLDWIN http://ebprovider.com/critical-error/critical-error-12-01.php A List of Compatibility is shown at following URL: http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/6002243But you can try it at your own risk to use STEP5 V7.1x on WindowsXP. Maybe someone with XP can look it up. I made this mistake when I tried to dual boot 98 and XP Pro, i was "tweaking" my boot.ini file, (I won't go in to details why) and made Windows XP
I believe it may be loading from IO.sys but I have no idea how to change that.. And modern computers have more than 1MB of RAM installed so there is physical memory which can/should be used! Delete some programs or buy a new hard disk.
Klicken auf "Schließen", um die Anwendung zu beenden. The problem is more universal; when I type "mem" from the command window I get a error as well. COM1 lässt sich einstellen, mal schauen... So Microsoft had to react.
Just REM out the lines you don't want, there are also instructions in the beginning that say what kind of things you can define there. All Instalation procees went OK, but when I am starting aplication STEP5.EXE I receive message: " Critical error: No Himem.sys or not enough memory XMS!"It's easy to resolve if I use Second, boot from a DOS/w98 boot disk. Get More Info Here is my output (of course it is optimited for my needs already): Name Gesamt = Konventioneller + oberer Speicher -------- ---------------- ----------------- ---------------- SYSTEM 34.640 (34K) 10.640 (10K) 24.000 (23K)