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    Quote Originally Posted by Olie
    hahahahahahahaaha
    win-xp -> win 3.11 network! :rofl:
    Aww, c'mon!
    I just want to have it up for nestalgic (sp) reasons!
    Hell I dont even remember using 95, so 3.1 would be like learing it from the beggining!!
    all I remember is that you get C prompt and you have to type WIN to start the gui. :tears:
    aww.


    :idea:
    Could I do that to win98??? and than run SETI command line client??????

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    I finally remembered the name of the network software from those days - Lantastic. Anybody remember that one? I also found that I still have a copy of Win95 on floppy disk. 29 disks plus the boot disk.This was a regular distribution from MS.

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    Just out of curiousity I looked up lantastic on Google. Guess what? It still exists (version 8.0) and from the looks of things it supports OSs from DOS up to NT 4.0 .... no mention of XP though. http://www.spartacom.com/products/lantastic.htm
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    I'm amazed that Lantastic is still around with all of the networking support built into oses these days. The first network I ever setup was in a Video store between a 386 and a 486 using Lantastic. I liked the idea so much I set up a home network using it.

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    File Manager, those were the days:rolleyes:

    I've worked on a couple of those systems - never had the pleasure of actually using one though.

    Did learn about memmaker reinstalling 3.1:D
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    Mr. C
    Did learn about memmaker reinstalling 3.1
    Quarterdeck's 386max was better!

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    But honestly, why on earth should anyone run Win Xp if they own a copy of 3.11..:?:
    I'd switch on my P4 anyday if I had a copy..

    :cheers:

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    i wonder whether you will have all the drivers for your hardware! :confused:
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    :rofl: :rofl:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjackusa
    Mr. C

    Quarterdeck's 386max was better!
    That caused me nothing but trouble.. :) I had a couple games that sucked up Convention Memory like nothing, and I just couldn't get them working with that...

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