It works fine here, but you will need to adjust your monitor settings slightly. As far as I know it's possible as the BIOS acknowledges that an ISA video card can be used. For what it's worth some people have actually figured out a way of getting the computer to run faster. If anyone else has managed this, let me know. his comment is here
Try looking at over here. Adding extra drives to the Ready is fairly easy. NEC Ready 7022 Drivers These links point to drivers for the graphics and sound card respectively of the NEC Ready 7022. To add a third drive you'll need to remove the CD-ROM, set its jumpers to make it a slave, set the jumpers on the new drive to a master and plug http://www.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=82782
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So if I don't answer your query, it's not because I don't want to. I strongly recommend starting with a fresh install of Windows'95 from the Recovery CD. To change the speed of the machine from 75MHz to 100MHz you have two choices: first, you can overclock the P75 chip. No warranty is given -- these are as is, and if they mess up your entire system, feel free to complain to Opti, Alliance Semiconductor or NEC.
Uploaded By Jay Wronker (DG Member) on 1/3/2003 Driver Package NECREADY9522RECOVERDISKETTE.zip (736.0KB) Related Drivers NEC Driver Update Utility NEC Driver Downloads for Windows Popular NEC Other Driver Downloads for Windows Browse Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC Powered by phpBB Forum Software © phpBB Group vogons and vogons site design and content herein 2002-2013 You do however lose the speed advantage of the EDO SIMMs. http://download.driverguide.com/driver/Ready+Series+7022+9022+9522/NEC/d83241.html Under Win95 you can do the same thing including most of the Windows files -- with the exception of files currently in use which are typically the ones you want to
Hardware Upgrades Yes, the Ready does support the faster EDO SIMMs. That said, I don't expect them to give you any grief. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. It turns out that if I put a Windows 2000 CD in on startup, that will activate the EZ-Drive DDO.
There's no BIOS upgrade I'm aware of. All rights reserved. These are my settings in the DOS-based utility program the sound driver comes with. Remove it (physically) and its drivers, and then open the Control Panel.
Thanks to Doug Weaver ([email protected]) for this one (I've not tried it, so flames to him!) Another way of increasing the speed of the machine is to increase the Bus speed It has in the past acted as an IRC server, telnetd, mail server and general communications controller. It's pretty bogus, but that's NEC for you. What gives now?
It's still alive and will knock you offline if you do (experience talking here :)) If you're playing an audio CD the the sound seems very echoey, double click on the Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Pentium (First generation) Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Administrative Announcements Genres Early Apple (I, ][, ///, etc.) To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. http://consumer5online.com/driver-nec/driver-nec-ready-video.php Normally problems will crop up with poorly designed ISA or PCI cards first.
It also acts as my internet gateway. It's connected to the second IDE controller. I do not work for any company that services NECs.
I've not done it and I don't know about PCI support. This page was last updated on the 1st of December, 2001. You may want to try: DrMac's Ready Page (down) Stuff that I use the Ready for: Hardware hacking -- see complaints above. The system uses an obscure Opti/NEC82C930 sound system that offers Windows Sound System and Sound Blaster Pro compatibility.
Use the right mouse button over the iconfied button that represents it in the tool bar along the bottom and select the close option. This page is here purely and solely so that information I or other people have found out is available for use. The time now is 01:01 PM. Go into the BIOS settings that appear on boot up.
The bus speed is independent of the CPU speed but check for unreliability to see if you can safely run it faster. There should be one file there that's highlighted so choose that. Faxing. The larger the partition the larger each block is -- with a 2GB partition each block is 32k; with a 1GB partition each block is 16k; with a 512MB partition it's
If you can't run the machine in a decent high colour resolution, you need to add more memory. It doesn't seem to like Corel Draw 6 too much. A word of warning -- if you use the Infrared controller and port B simultaneously, you stand an excellent chance of crashing the computer. Choose the System Settings icon.
Return to the main page. Some of what you may not know about the NEC Ready 7022 So you've got a Ready machine and you're having problems that the built in help, well, doesn't help. DriverGuide Home Driver Updater Drivers By ManufacturerBy DeviceWindows 10 DriversWindows 8 DriversSearch WizardDownloads Forums Support OverviewWindows 10 DriversRequest DriverFCCID IdentifierGuides My DG Join Login DriverGuide Home Driver Updater Drivers Forums Support Here're a few titbits that I've run into over the last few years.
Take a look at generic drivers for the Promotion 6422 on the Alliance Semiconductor page for the screen, or on the Opti web site for the sound card drivers. Register Help Remember Me?