RealVNC slowness (WinVNC)
Fri Jun 13 17:50:01 2003
Searching the MS knowledge base only brought up the following article
Windows 95 Can Access Up to Two GB of RAM
It does say 95 but 98 should have the same limit. Before upgrading to 2k
I was using 98 with 1gig of physical ram for about 6months without
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Uwe Dippel
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2003 8:20 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; James ''Wez'' Weatherall;
Subject: Re: RE: RealVNC slowness (WinVNC)
I don't have the link ready here, but actually, it is 512 MB.
You should find this from the M$-knowledge-base as well. At least, I
--- "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I was told by someone i tust greatly that Windows 98 should not have
> more then 256Mb of RAM installed, the rest is either not used or
> makes the machine misbehave.
> "James ''Wez'' Weatherall" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Nope, nothing flagged, and no unknown devices.
> >> 384mb ram, 81% system-resourses free, virtual memory OFF,
> >> file-system 32bit
> >81% system resources free is extremely low for a 384Mb machine
> that's not
> >even running anything. Having said that, Windows 98 is particularly
> bad at
> >dealing with large amounts of RAM.
> >Having no virtual memory configured is also a bad idea with Windows
> 98. I
> >have no idea as to the reasons behind that, but it seems to really
> >affect performance in many cases.
> >> since 5 days, system is restored in original state. (compaq evo
> >> d500, win98)
> >Strange. 5-day old installation should be OK. Are you installing
> >Windows 98, Windows 98SE, or a Compaq OEM'd version of Windows 98?
> >> btw, if it's possible to use MSN, ICQ or Yahoo,
> >> http://www.simbox.nl/sb_contact
> >> to keep the list up to date, i could post the session, or put it
> on the
> >> site...
> >? Not sure what you mean by that.
> >Dr. James "Wez" Weatherall
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