[RC5] Win 9x & rc5 & logon dialog

Dennis Lubert plasmahh at dialup.nacamar.de
Sat Jun 3 20:33:56 EDT 2000


This is a nice program, and I also use it: But in some cases this automatic 
logon does not work (especially under Win98SE). It seems that this happens 
when windows thinks that the system has crashed the time before. So it 
might not work always, and you should not count on it
At 23:05 29.05.00 +0200, you wrote:
>hi !
>
>yes the LOGON under Win9x is very boring, even if you set no password it
>will ask you one each time win starts up if you run under a local network ,
>but there is a solution : on win98 CD you can find an useful program called
>TWEAKUI.EXE, it allows you to make some changes for the OS, and the major
>improvement is ( for me ) to de activate ( desactivate ? ) the LOGON popup
>then RC5 Client can start working
>BUT i don't think this program is available on Win95 CD, so the best you
>have to do is to ask a friend who have the win98 CD to give you a copy of
>TWEAKUI, as it is a third party microsoft program i think you are not OUTLAW
>when doing that...( read all the README.TXT files on CD before, never
>knows )
>
>Ryu webmaster of the United Europeans Team's site at www.eur0.fr.fm
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Paul Richards" <grangeway at btinternet.com>
>
> >
> > I seem to remember that there was an issue with rc5 when running on win95
> >  98? ) when the computer was displaying the "please logon to the network"
> > dialog.
> >
> > Under win95, windows seemed to tie up the CPU when it was not logged on so
> > that rc5 running as a service would get an extremely low rate.
> > i.e. 50,000 keys a second instead of 700,000.
> >
> > Does anyone know if this problem was fixed ? , or whether it still applies
> > once upgraded from win95 to windows 98 ?
> >
> > Thanks
> > Paul Richards
> >
> >
> >
>
>
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