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synths - 1990s / Re: expansion DATA cards for JV880 (1992)
« Last post by Mr_Mojo_Risin on January 13, 2024, 11:00:50 PM »
"Posted by: capacitance
on: November 06, 2021, 09:17:16 PM ยป Insert Quote
Did anybody find, or can upload, a SysEx dump of the "Rich Sound Collection 4" card (PN-JV80-07)?
Ideally, the dump should be created with a JV-80/880, so as to be as compatible as possible with the entire JV line of synths. (e.g., if the dump of the card is a created on a JV-1010, it won't be loadable by a JV-80, it will only work with JV-1010's or later compatible models)"

@capacitance - This attachment is PN-JV80-07 Rich Sound Collection #4 for Roland JV-80 / JV-90 / JV-880 / JV-1000 Synthesizers Only
10.6 Snow Leopard (Aug 2009) / Re: iatkos s3 hardware compatibility
« Last post by chrisNova777 on December 25, 2023, 06:42:02 AM »
General / Miscellaneous / Re: ssds can lose data after 7 days without power!!!!
« Last post by dawful on December 24, 2023, 01:28:00 AM »
You guys are doing it wrong. You gotta treat it like a exotic car. You pay more for it so you can open the PC case, and feel good about it. You don't take out a Lambo, as your daily driver. You're just asking for wear and tear.

Let the grocery getter take the beating.
Windows 98 (Jun 1998) / Re: WINDOWS 95/98/SE/ME ram limitation patch (2012)
« Last post by dawful on December 24, 2023, 01:15:06 AM »
No. It is pretty wasteful, to use Win9x on a multi-core machine. But it is still faster, then an older machine (depending).

About 2012, I had seen mention of someone accomplishing it. I had long left Win98 behind. So, I never followed it up. It was just a screen screenshot, of a dual CPU meter. Could have been completely bogus. A couple of years ago, when I started messing this it again, it seems like no such think could have ever been. If it had been done, maybe it was really buggy. Just a proof, not something actually usable.

I know there have been source leaks, but most usable stuff has been NT era. Without Win9x leaks, the NT code would be really hard to make use of (for Win9x). And it would still be a really long road. There are some tweaked files, built from SDK example code, stolen from Win Betas, and binary hacked. But I've not seen proof, of multi-core/SMP support.

I've always wondered if such a thing could be handled at the BIOS level. Let the hardware split up the load, so you aren't spending cycles deciding how to.

However, someone could write a Daw, VST/VSTi host, or application wrapper to run on a core of choice.
-> I'd prefer that anyway. That is how I ran Net/FreeBSD. Each core was like it's own computer.
General / Miscellaneous / Re: ssds can lose data after 7 days without power!!!!
« Last post by chrisNova777 on December 22, 2023, 07:16:30 PM »
well its not like its irrelevant im sure we all own number of different brands + qualities of SSD by now.... its still relatively new technology, ie things didnt use to work this way so ya, anyone whos ever lost data on a hard drive failure will be forever trying to make sure it doesnt happen again ;)

file dated october 26th 2007

seems to work on 10.4.8 (jas) - i did install xcode 2.5

if you are trying to perfect your 10.4 intel hackintosh your going to want this.. unless you love typing in the terminal and doing things by hand...  theres much more better utilities available in leopard + snow leopard + above so this is only of interest to people experimenting with tiger.
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