From: halveyc (cornelius-halvey_at_smh.com)
Date: Wed Mar 01 2000 - 09:59:15 EST
I've got W2k up and running on a 770ED. The DEVA card and the W2K DVD
player work great together. Plug and Play works well but you can still
sense there's NT4 under the GUI interface, and it doesn't always get it
right ('unknown device detected.....' where there is none!). It's working
on the docking station too.
I did this as an "upgrade" to NT4 so my apps would already be installed.
Win98 resides on another partition. The upgrade works but it takes awhile to
get a stable W2K configuration.
From: Bill Morrow [mailto:penzance_at_gate.net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2000 1:22 AM
To: ThinkPad List
Subject: w2k & the 770Z, so far, so nice..!
with the help of a few other list members, AND after an evening messing
with w2k and the 770Z, everything seems to work..
INCLUDING, but not limited to, suspend, hibernate, DVD movies and and
-- Happy trails...
** Bill Morrow ** :-) WEB page http://thinkpads.com e-mail: bill_at_thinkpads.com, penzance_at_gate.net
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