be interesting to see if UT99 runs on it lol.
^ Apparently so... however not on my rig ATM. assuming that the system this is installed on should adhere to the following points of interest ,
following which all Drivers etc should be installed. Afterwards Try installing. Else it will just Freeze :/
some points of interest;
^ https://www.reactos.org/forum/viewtopic ... 539f9fbb6cSystems that were originally designed in the Microsoft Windows XP era to support Microsoft Windows XP work well with ReactOS in its current alpha level of development. Those systems and their motherboards should have hardware drivers that support XP. Be sure newer hardware has drivers that support XP for all its devices. Many motherboards sold to the white-box trade and build-it-yourself hobbyists still make XP type drivers available but there are some makers and motherboard models that never had XP support. Those who experiment with server hardware should substitute "Microsoft Windows Server 2003" for "Microsoft Windows XP" or "XP".
Seek out motherboards with widely used chipsets. Avoid exotic or lesser known hardware.
Prefer motherboards that use a Realtek RTL8139C Ethernet chip, ReactOS already has a driver for that. My testing PC has an Intel Ethernet chip and it does not play well with ReactOS at this time.
Prefer motherboards that have PS/2 connectors for the mouse and keyboard. ReactOS USB support is rudimentary at this time and not available for many USB implementations.
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