> > Ralf> Well, we tried to install various versions of WNT on the Oily to
> > Ralf> verify that it's working. The machine always crashes at a more
> > Ralf> or less random point. From what Stoned told me this was what we
> > Ralf> had to excpect because MS doesn't support the Oily anymore.
> > Ralf> Milo however works always and the kernel never.
> What *exactly* happens, actually? No output at all, or what?
Milo makes it's usual output and comes to the point where it says
'launching kernel', then the machine seems to freeze.
> I don't think that it's worth finding out which NT runs on the
> Oily. Wayne said that the box fails during the audio test, which
> definitely worked on Stefan's Oily. I rather believe that there
> is some more or less serious hardware bug preventing the kernel
> to come up. Either we find a workaround, or the box should be
> returned to "Applied Personal Computing" where we got it from.
> Unfortunally the usual half-year warranty has been gone by waiting
> for matching Rams...
Oh yes, these super-cheap RAMs :-)
Well, we could try some hardcore debugging - do the Oilys still have
that seven segment display of the original Magnum design?