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revolution
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sinsi wrote:
Is there a point to this?
Although DOS386 didn't say it, I guess it is for this (also here).

But I have no idea why all this effort is being done to support the three people in this world that still have a P1 system for daily desktop use.
Post 30 Jul 2010, 07:38
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sinsi



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Ah, now I see
>There is a PINSR (an SSE instrucion) in the MMX branch Sad

>But I have no idea why all this effort is being done to support the three people in this world that still have a P1 system for daily desktop use.
Because that's more than use a mac Very Happy

>Considering a function alignment of 16 Byte's
So you want to patch the exe then?
Post 30 Jul 2010, 07:50
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revolution
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sinsi wrote:
Because that's more than use a mac Very Happy
Oh, so you mean most people buy them just for show? Yeah, you may be right. Razz
Post 30 Jul 2010, 10:42
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> So you want to patch the exe then?

NO Shocked

revolution wrote:
www.bttr-software.de/forum/board_entry.php?id=7504 this


Heh Shocked

Quote:
also asdasd.ru/read?msgid=10018162 here


UTFG is good, posting USEFUL answers would be even better Shocked

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But I have no idea why all this effort is being done to support the three people in this world that still have a P1 system for daily desktop


To give revolution an occasion to increase the post count Shocked

FYI, I FIXED IT

Image

Download now (6.6 MiB)

Code:
System requirements:

* Pentium 1 CPU with MMX and without SSE support
  (preferred, allows to confirm BUG + fix)
* Pentium 1 CPU without MMX (untested)
* 80486 with FPU (untested)
* 80486 without FPU + some silly FPU faker (untested)
* 80386 (???)
* 64 MiB RAM
* 48 MiB or 32 MiB RAM (untested)
* 7-ZIP (preferred)
* Wing-ZIP (deprecated and untested)
* DOS + HX
* VESA 2.0 card
* Brain 2.3 or better (preferred)
* Brain 1.0 (untested)
    


Thanks to all who answered (slightly more to those who posted useful code rather than countable garbage) Smile
Post 30 Jul 2010, 23:42
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asmfan



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Who won the challenge?
And what the pic above mean? playable video?
Post 31 Jul 2010, 18:40
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asmfan wrote:

> And what the pic above mean?

Shot after fix. Before fix: CRASH Sad

> Who won the challenge?

You Shocked
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Glad to be of help Laughing
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You mean I shouldn't see any difference on my Core 2 ... because I didn't Razz
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