April 11th, 2000 12:11 PM
You might have a drive overlay installed, or drvspace.bin could be loaded. This could be seen as an expanded memory manager by the flash utility. Another remote possibility is that the utility...
April 11th, 2000 10:01 AM
You have confirmed that EMM386 isn't running, but the flash utility still gives you the "fail due to EMM386.." error ?
You didn't see any TSRs when you typed mem /c /p , just COMMAND and MSDOS ?
April 11th, 2000 03:16 AM
Your HDD is probably failing. Copy all your valuable information to a different HDD.
Try Western Digital's HDD diagnostics.
April 11th, 2000 03:06 AM
My fault, I should have said 0 free extended memory in my post. Anyway, as long as you don't see any expanded memory mentioned, then you should be fine even if you do have an extended memory manager...
April 10th, 2000 08:59 AM
Just before you see the "booting windows 9X" message ...
Press (and hold) [F8]
The pc should boot to DOS.
You should see 5xx KB conventional memory.
February 15th, 2000 09:07 AM
If you don't play any DOS games, you can just get rid of the SB16 emulation (and retrieve one IRQ). I'm not sure, but I don't think the latest drivers install SB16 emulation by default, so there may...
February 15th, 2000 08:58 AM
Oh, you want an explanation.
Well, unless I am mistaken, you still get that message with the latest drivers (3.0, I think). This is not really an error, it's just a warning that the...