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Re: EPIC WIN!

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cernodile wrote:
Tue Jul 03, 2018 10:18 am
WarCraft 3 running almost flawless in ReactOS! There are a few bugs that can cause annoyances, but overall gameplay experience is smooth. If you play for too long you may get a Out Of Memory BSOD though.
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what version of the game is that ?
install CD or digital download ?

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Re: EPIC WIN!

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MadWolf wrote:
Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:42 am
cernodile wrote:
Tue Jul 03, 2018 10:18 am
WarCraft 3 running almost flawless in ReactOS! There are a few bugs that can cause annoyances, but overall gameplay experience is smooth. If you play for too long you may get a Out Of Memory BSOD though.
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what version of the game is that ?
install CD or digital download ?
CD, but I also managed to get latest 1.29 patch by copying game files over and exporting registry keys from host OS.
My working rigs:
Dell Latitude E5430 on 0.4.9-vgal - i5-3340M, USB boot.
Partially working rigs:
Ryzen 7 3700X on B450 board - 0.4.14 boot via preinstall. USB broken.
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Re: EPIC WIN!

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TP-Link T4U V1 USB Wi-Fi dongle works in ReactOS LiveUSB 0.4.7.2 (the VGal build).
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Re: EPIC WIN!

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Nice one :D WIFI was not tested that much yet. And in this case even USB ^^
ReactOS is still in alpha stage, meaning it is not feature-complete and is recommended only for evaluation and testing purposes.

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Time to merge the USB work and enable it. There seem to be more improvements than eventual regressions.

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gonzoMD wrote:
Mon Jul 30, 2018 4:52 pm
Time to merge the USB work and enable it. There seem to be more improvements than eventual regressions.
Please be careful merging it, the last time something 'tested by a certain community' was merged, ReactOS didnt even boot.

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I did not mean to merge it by self but that it could be done after the next release branch. In most cases where testers complain about a non booting system they get pointed to the old isos of vgal and then they are happy that it works. And now that I see that even external hardware, like a wifi adapter in this case, is working I am a bit sad that this issues will still be accepted even if there are already possible fixes available. Maybe sometime it's better to risk something to go forward instead of walking in circles at some safe ground.

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Re: EPIC WIN!

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EmuandCo wrote:
Mon Jul 30, 2018 4:32 pm
Nice one :D WIFI was not tested that much yet. And in this case even USB ^^
Glad that you like it :)

The USB external optical drive (LG GE20NU10) works with ReactOS 0.4.9 (VGal). I have used the usbstor.inf from Windows 2003 for the hardware ID. It is impossible to eject the tray without shutting down ReactOS, other than that, it seems to work fine.
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EDIT: It seems that the inability to eject the tray is an issue with this particular optical drive unit rather than the USB stack.

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Re: EPIC WIN!

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No more Epic Wins?! :shock:
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Cube Portable runs on ReactOS-0.4.10-RC-29 on VirtualBox you need to install mesa3d ac97 drivers and disable mouse integration the audio works but is choppy



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AssaultCube Portable runs on ReactOS-0.4.10-RC-29 on VirtualBox you need to install mesa3d ac97 drivers and disable mouse integration the audio works but is choppy Low FPS


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Kobo Deluxe Portable runs on ReactOS-0.4.10-RC-29 on VirtualBox you need to install mesa3d ac97 drivers and disable mouse integration the audio works but is choppy Low FPS



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Cube 2 Sauerbraten Portable runs on ReactOS-0.4.10-RC-29 on VirtualBox you need to install mesa3d ac97 drivers and disable mouse integration the audio works but is choppy Low FPS



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OpenTTD Portable runs on ReactOS-0.4.10-RC-29 on VirtualBox you need to install mesa3d ac97 drivers



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Re: EPIC WIN!

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Connectix Virtual PC 5.2 (the virtualization software) works in ReactOS.
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Most of the features are working; sound, internet connection, guest additions (mouse integration, shared folder). Machine/Disk configuration dialogs are broken though.

EDIT: The JIRA issue about dialogs: CORE-15196
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Re: EPIC WIN!

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Illen wrote:
Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:02 pm
Connectix Virtual PC 5.2 (the virtualization software) works in ReactOS.
Most of the features are working; sound, internet connection, guest additions (mouse integration, shared folder). Machine/Disk configuration dialogs are broken though.
Heh cool :D Now, can you test *Microsoft* Virtual PC 2004, or 2007, in ReactOS? (they should be available somewhere for download.)

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Re: EPIC WIN!

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wow! that's something even wine can't do.
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I think 2004 and 2007 both check for a valid windows product key.

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Re: EPIC WIN!

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hbelusca wrote:
Tue Oct 16, 2018 11:31 pm
Heh cool :D Now, can you test *Microsoft* Virtual PC 2004, or 2007, in ReactOS? (they should be available somewhere for download.)
Already tried these, couldn't get them working. They are complaining about missing MSXML 4/6, even though I have it already installed. I will report all the Virtual PC related issues to Jira soon.

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