Post subject: Re: Windows NT 3.1 : Processor Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 6:08 pm
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Remember, though, that not everyone is from the First World West (the United States, Canada, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand), or even places of which are closely tied with that part of the world as you might be, and that as such, although English is still largely the sole universal language of the world, there are people from other parts of the world of whom may have trouble speaking it, and as such, may not even know thw words for certain things, including technology-related items.
As such, they may not feel comfortable (at least not at first) with even doing Google searches (or searches using other search engines, mostly if not almost certainly similar ones), or even what others would normally regard as "common sense". It's also possible that they are actually trying to do such, yet cannot even get their points accross to us.
Also, how would you like it, if you were new to something, and someone else acted as if understanding it should have been taken for granted. No offence to anyone at all, I'm just asking.
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Post subject: Re: Windows NT 3.1 : Processor Posted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:33 am
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qemu can handle the installation natively without any modification. It is compiled with quite a few types of CPU, from 486 to Pentium3 and Core 2 Duo, even with CPUs of other archetectures. In addition, it is possible to modify those two files in installation CD or floppy image (compressed with cab), and then there will no longer errors during installation.