Let's see if I remember... It pops up 6 "install device" instances when booting ROS. The first AND the last was ethernet. I think I at one point skipped the first (press ESC) and when the other came up I browsed to a CD that I burned which contained three files for ethernet:middings wrote:Do you have any tips to share about how you did that?
So no installer. The installers seem to never work, this was only a file copy process... Maybe something is written to registry aswell, I don't know.
Today I burned a CD with the browser K-meleon, which also can be run without installer, and that worked aswell!
I actually burned the folder from my desktop computer right to the CD.
I also included the DPC latency checker, and it was around 85µS with peaks up to 150 when ROS sitting idle.
I'm installing XP now to see if there is a difference. ROS should be lower with only 14 processes and 70 threads running... let's see...