Discuss Windows 2000, NT, XP and Windows Server 2000, 2003, SBS 2003.
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Hello I am new here... I wanted to see what was the oldest OS I could install on this old computer I have here. It was Windows 2000. I like Windows 2000 because it is like Windows XP but with a different task bar and stuff like that etc. Anyways, I've been trying to get 256 color mode on the computer running Windows 2000. I wasn't able to do this... I've tried using virtualbox guest additions and that didn't work. I tried using scitech display doctor 7 and that didnt work. I tried using an iso file called 256color.iso that I know worked on other operating systems. This computer is using internal graphics. Any ideas? Thanks.
What is your "internal graphics"? You may search a driver for your graphics that are compatible with win2k instead.
Can i upload nfs the run (when it becomes abandonware) and get ftp access?
In other words, XP with Inexperience Patcher would be the same experience for you.
Why would you do that if it's a physical machine? Is it even a physical machine? I'm honestly not even sure about that.
I don't consider graphics cards using SciTech Display Doctor or VBEMP to be compatible with the OS. And what does "didn't work" mean?
It contains an outdated version of VBEMP for 9x, of course it won't work on 2k.
And I use a phone with a special feature: touch screen. How is this going to tell anyone what's your graphics?
Actually specify what's your computer so someone can solve your problem without having to do witchcraft.