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1.2.1 (Sep 4, 2000)
This is the shell I use at work. It is way faster then Litestep and it looks really nice.
1.0 Beta (Jul 3, 2000)
Aren't all DLLs dynamically loaded ? I find this program interesting because its nice to see what programs use what dlls.. I did find it a little slow but thats alright.. I would like to point out that it does not close file correctly.. I can scan one dll and it will show 20 records.. I pick another dll and it will show 20 more.. and 40 files will be open.. this is a memory hog. Fix it.. :)
0.99.5 Beta 2 (Jun 21, 2000)
Hey this sounds awesome!
This is mainly to the author but I was wondering if this program could read multiple layers of a CDRW ? Such a program is greatly needed
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4.1.2010 (Jun 14, 2000)
Why would you call tech support for AIM ? And oh yeah, AOL is combining ICQ and AIM.. In fact they are already combined. Just try logging in with your ICQ UIN and ICQ password. Have Phun!
4.1.2010 (Jan 26, 2001 - 11:58 PM)
The Dreamcast is 32 bit.. The CPU is a 32 bit RISC chip. Where did you guys get the 128 and 256 bit information... ??
4.1.2010 (Jan 6, 2001 - 12:33 PM)
I'm not exactly sure how Microsoft will pull off their "anti-piracy mechanisms" but I'm sure that it will involve some how registering the product ID on the net.
Lets take an example:
1. Computer guy A formats his hdd and installs the new build. Near the end of the installation he is asked to enter his product ID. He types it in exactly and TCP/IP packets are sent over to microsoft.com to check if the ID is valid. Microsoft.com sends back TCP/IP packets basically letting Whistler finish the installation since the ID is valid.
2. Computer guy A is so impressed with the new copy of Whistler that he hands it over to his buddy "Computer Guy B".
3. Computer guy B formats his hdd and starts the Whistler installation. After Whistler goes through an extensive hardware search for a modem or network card it asks him for a product ID. Computer Guy B enters the same product ID and TCP/IP packets are sent to microsoft.com. Microsoft.com then responds with a packet that tells the user that his copy has already been registered. It re-displays the license stating "1 Computer, 1 Copy" and attempts to uninstall Whistler.
I think this method of protection would be difficult to implement but it may be exactly what Microsoft is trying to do.
I'm pretty sure they will require that the copy is registered before it can be used and i'm sure this registration will take place over the internet. There is no way to make the disk check to see if it has only been installed once since it would need to read and write data to a CD for that to happen.
If microsoft goes with the internet based registration plans I have no doubt that it will be cracked within a few days of final release.
4.1.2010 (Sep 30, 2000 - 6:13 PM)
So does anyone know if DirectMusic support .MOD and .XM natively ?
Also, how about someone mirror the site?