Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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So on windows 98 build 1351 I get a bluescreen and this is what it says:
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I need help fixing it to move on with my build upgrade of every windows
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Re: Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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Did you use these VM settings?
https://betawiki.net/wiki/Draft:Recomme ... Windows_98
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I'm using virtualbox
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Re: Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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Can I see your VM settings?
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Re: Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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WatStudios wrote:
Wed Jun 05, 2024 10:36 pm
I'm using virtualbox
Nope. Use PCem or 86Box

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Re: Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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Agreed, I would also suggest PCem or 86Box as it will (in my opinion) more closely emulate real hardware of the time.

Just so you know, I use Arch Linux and VirtualBox with 4.10.2222A, BUT you are using 1351 which is a dev release so using one of those emulators is going to give you (most likely) less problems.
Unless of course, you want to debug a VxD?

Here is something I didn't know:

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VxDs should not be confused with the similarly named NTVDM-specific 'VDDs' (Virtual Device Drivers), which provide a method of emulating direct I/O under a Windows NT "DOS Box". NTVDM VDDs run as regular, 32-bit, user-mode DLLs, and must rely on the Win32 API (or another WDM driver) to emulate the desired I/O on behalf of the 16-bit program. 

The name "VxD" is an abbreviation for "virtual xxx driver", where "xxx" is some class of hardware device. It derives from the fact that most drivers had filenames of the form vxxxd.386 in Windows 3.x. Some examples are vjoyd.386 (joystick) and vmm.386 (memory manager). VxDs under Windows 3.x usually have the filename extension .386, while those under Windows 9x have .vxd. VxDs written for Windows 3.x can be used under Windows 9x but not vice versa. 


Now I have to go and read some more.

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Just to let people reading this know, there is a wiki page on the releases https://betawiki.net/wiki/Windows_98.
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Shintaro1969 wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2024 10:31 pm
Agreed, I would also suggest PCem or 86Box as it will (in my opinion) more closely emulate real hardware of the time.
Memphis only works on PCem/86Box or VirtualPC 2007.

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Re: Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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captainlinux8880 wrote:
Thu Jun 13, 2024 11:03 pm
Memphis only works on PCem/86Box or VirtualPC 2007.
VirtualPC 2007, wow, I didn't know that.

What about QEMU?
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Re: Windows 98 Build 1351 Bluescreen in normal mode has to do with config

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Shintaro1969 wrote:
Fri Jun 14, 2024 12:37 am
captainlinux8880 wrote:
Thu Jun 13, 2024 11:03 pm
Memphis only works on PCem/86Box or VirtualPC 2007.
VirtualPC 2007, wow, I didn't know that.

What about QEMU?
On QEMU you will get the same result as on VirtualBox and VMware.

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