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  1. kado897's Avatar
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       15 Oct 2017 #250

    CountMike said: View Post
    That would be nice, good idea, go for it !!
    I used to code in IBM assembler many years ago will that help?
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  2. slicendice's Avatar
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       15 Oct 2017 #251

    CountMike said: View Post
    That would be nice, good idea, go for it !!
    Not sure if a 486 and 8MB RAM is enough for all current apps, but it would be possible to make a decently working system running on a single core 800MHz CPU and with less than 1GB RAM. Mail reading, document editing, Facebook spying and YouTube playback on lower quality settings would be very doable. :)
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       15 Oct 2017 #252

    slicendice said: View Post
    Not sure if a 486 and 8MB RAM is enough for all current apps, but it would be possible to make a decently working system running on a single core 800MHz CPU and with less than 1GB RAM. Mail reading, document editing, Facebook spying and YouTube playback on lower quality settings would be very doable. :)
    It's called Linux.
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  4. slicendice's Avatar
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       15 Oct 2017 #253

    kado897 said: View Post
    I used to code in IBM assembler many years ago will that help?
    Any Assembly dialect is good enough. Easy to pick up all other dialects, because the essential parts like CPU registers has not changed much since the x86 CPU was invented. :)
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       15 Oct 2017 #254

    slicendice said: View Post
    Any Assembly dialect is good enough. Easy to pick up all other dialects, because the essential parts like CPU registers has not changed much since the x86 CPU was invented. :)
    IBM wasn't x86 though.
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  6.    15 Oct 2017 #255

    slicendice said: View Post
    Not sure if a 486 and 8MB RAM is enough for all current apps, but it would be possible to make a decently working system running on a single core 800MHz CPU and with less than 1GB RAM. Mail reading, document editing, Facebook spying and YouTube playback on lower quality settings would be very doable. :)
    Smart phones are super computers for 486 but on the other hand even smart watches have to run an OS. Some early Pentium class system may have better chance.
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       15 Oct 2017 #256

    kado897 said: View Post
    It's called Linux.
    LOL, yes embedded Linux can easily run on a device with 8-32MB storage, 100MHz CPU and only 8MB RAM. But then one would have to forget about a full desktop environment and all that other fancy stuff.
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       15 Oct 2017 #257

    kado897 said: View Post
    IBM wasn't x86 though.
    That's right, RISC-architecture...
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  9. kado897's Avatar
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       15 Oct 2017 #258

    slicendice said: View Post
    That's right, RISC-architecture...
    Nope. I'm talking about IBM mainframe which I suppose was a precursor to the x86 architecture and was register based.
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       15 Oct 2017 #259

    Kari said: View Post
    And an hour later, another GSOD, same culprit:

    Attachment 158166

    This Cloud Files Mini Filter Driver seems to exist only since version 1703. Anyone knows more about it, has it something to do with Onedrive Files on Demand as the name suggests?
    Doubt it's On-Demand related. This is on CU 15063. I had Event Log errors up the wazoo, timing out connecting to some obscure server. Been like that for a while...months on CU. I just finally went into Autoruns and told it to shut-up!

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