I don't think WinXP can run VGS. It's build around the Windows 2000/NT core. As far as I know, only Windows 9x systems can run VGS. That's why I double-boot with Win2K(networking) and WinME(gaming), the best of both worlds.
You obviously don't know squat about Windows XP. It's based off of Win2K...that means that if, as you say, the whole family of OSes is beta, so is Win2K. I think you've contradicted yourself there.Originally posted by 404
WinXP sucks (its beta and the whole family too) - Use Win2K OR use LINUX!!!
Yeah, not to mention the fact that XP disregards any privacy of the user.Originally posted by Billmaan
You obviously don't know squat about Windows XP. It's based off of Win2K...that means that if, as you say, the whole family of OSes is beta, so is Win2K. I think you've contradicted yourself there.
You also apparently haven't used it...it's far, far better even than Windows 2K. It's much more stable, it has better compatability, and the new interface is really nice once you get used to it.
You're not running Windows XP, so how could you know whether it's less stable than Win2K?Originally posted by Demigod79
It's still beta software, so how can it be more compatible than Windows 2K?
The last I heard the Windows 2000 drivers for the Voodoo 3 doesn't work with the latest build of Windows XP and probably won't work with the final release.Originally posted by Billmaan
VGS won't run on Windows XP, since it's based on the NT/2000 line. However, you should be able to use your Voodoo 3; just try the Windows 2000 drivers.