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I can hardly imagine it does. Most likely it uses an own reimplementation of the accompanying windows component.Beyecixramd wrote:i got a question, does ReactOS use the same X server as linux?
not the live cd, the blue screen installation process, i seen it on a virtual machine
It appears to me, that he tested it in a VM at first, but is now trying it on real hardware, which makes things a little more difficult.Beyecixramd wrote:(not the live cd, the blue screen installation process, i seen it on a virtual machine)
He already did:vicmarcal wrote:So to clear me a little more, please answer this questions:
Beyecixramd wrote:GPU: nVidia 8800 GTS 512 mb
Motherboard: nVidia 680 i SLI
CPU: Intel Dual Core 2'66 Ghz
Beyecixramd wrote:well, when i try to start ReactOS in the CD Drive (not the live cd, the blue screen installation process, i seen it on a virtual machine)
The only unanswered question is whether he is using SATA or IDE/ATA drives. (BTW: Also if you have IDE drives it might occur that it does not run) But in general:Beyecixramd wrote:amount of RAM in real machine (not VM) 2GB
vicmarcal wrote:2)Remember we arent compatible with SATA.
well, this issue is the same as in linux OS (tried with Fedora 10, linux mint 6, ubuntu 8.10, the screen "shuts down", but i still can hear, for example, the login sound from ubuntu, this is easy to fix in ubuntu/linux mint choosing "safe mode", but there's not a "safe mode" in reactOS, or at least, i didnt see it...
gyROS wrote:He already did:
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