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i said that "win xp has a bad ass" because many emu does not work on it like neorage ,vgs and n64 emus :dead: 18 win xp has a bad ass
 

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hmm..that still doesnt make any sense.
maybe you hit "new thread" instead of "reply" again?
anyhow, neorage and vgs at least have been discontinued so there really wasnt a way for them to develop winnt compatability. however, there is a "compatability mode" option that you might be able to get neorage to work with, and there are a couple win9x emulators that will run vgs in an nt based environment.

besides, "bad ass" usually means a good thing where i come from..
 
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I had too many compatibility issues with xp as well...
yes, you DO get a more stable system...not so weird if nothing runs anymore :mad:
 

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Well i havent' upgraded to Win XP yet, but I guess I have to do it sooner or later, but If I ever do, I guess I'll just run both XP and 98se in different partitions. That way any game/application not compatible with XP I'll just run in 98se. But it does suck that you have to resort to this kind of scenario..
 

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Well having recently moved from 2K to XP I haven't had any major problems (apart from needing to fill out a form in order to get the correct AV program from the uni). Then again I'd overcome all the compatiblity hurdles last year. Still I would have to say anyone who has upgraded within the last year shouldn't have any problems (unless they are latched onto some really outdated software)
 

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hey didn´t you think the bad ass is the software that can´t be played in xp? :p
 
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Originally posted by SepHirotH OmEgA
hey didn´t you think the bad ass is the software that can´t be played in xp? :p
nope. It's M$' fault, THEY cause the incompatibility issues. :mad:
 

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Nah, it's the fault of developers for not planning ahead for NT compatibility issues. Windows 2000 should have been plenty enough warning, but too many didn't do anything about it.
 

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It is all m$ faults. It is impossible for those developers to plan for something that didnt exist. Poor.. poor.. poor.. developers..i pity u guys ...
 
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