DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon

Shatsky

DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon
Hi List,

After installing DB2 Personal Edition V7.2 (90 day trial edition) on Windows ME on an AMD Athlon processor; running "Create DB2 Sample Database" goes on 'forever', until I eventually cancel it. No warning / error messages were received during installation or afterwards. Under the same Windows ME on INTEL it works.
The only other difference being, the Athlon has only 64 MB RAM the Intel has 128 MB RAM.

Any ideas?
Thanks
Shabtai Shatsky

Eric Pearson

Re: DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon
(in response to Shatsky)
64MB is insufficient to do anything in DB2.


Regards,
eric pearson
NS ITO Database Support

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Subject: DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon



Hi List,

After installing DB2 Personal Edition V7.2 (90 day trial edition) on Windows
ME on an AMD Athlon processor; running "Create DB2 Sample Database" goes on
'forever', until I eventually cancel it. No warning / error messages were
received during installation or afterwards. Under the same Windows ME on
INTEL it works.
The only other difference being, the Athlon has only 64 MB RAM the Intel has
128 MB RAM.

Any ideas?
Thanks
Shabtai Shatsky

Jeremy Schleicher

Re: DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon
(in response to Eric Pearson)
Welcome to the trials of ME. The home PC that I have it on crashed every
hour or so. In my personal opinion ME is not worth the CD it is burned on,
then again neither is XP. I scraped the thing and installed 98 and the
machine works fine. I would bet that your problem is the OS, not the PC.
Again (for all your Microsoft people out there, because I know that big
brother is watching) this is my personal opinion based on my home use and
nothing more.



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Hi List,

After installing DB2 Personal Edition V7.2 (90 day trial edition) on
Windows ME on an AMD Athlon processor; running "Create DB2 Sample Database"
goes on 'forever', until I eventually cancel it. No warning / error
messages were received during installation or afterwards. Under the same
Windows ME on INTEL it works.
The only other difference being, the Athlon has only 64 MB RAM the Intel
has 128 MB RAM.

Any ideas?
Thanks
Shabtai Shatsky




Isaac Yassin

Re: DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon
(in response to Jeremy Schleicher)
Hi,
I tried ME about a year ago. Horrible experience.
Now using 2000. Works ok.

Isaac Yassin
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Sent: Monday, January 07, 2002 4:22 PM
Subject: Re: DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon


Welcome to the trials of ME. The home PC that I have it on crashed every
hour or so. In my personal opinion ME is not worth the CD it is burned on,
then again neither is XP. I scraped the thing and installed 98 and the
machine works fine. I would bet that your problem is the OS, not the PC.
Again (for all your Microsoft people out there, because I know that big
brother is watching) this is my personal opinion based on my home use and
nothing more.



From: Shatsky <[login to unmask email]>@RYCI.COM on 12/30/2001 12:42 PM

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Subject: DB2 PE on WIN/ME Athlon




Hi List,

After installing DB2 Personal Edition V7.2 (90 day trial edition) on
Windows ME on an AMD Athlon processor; running "Create DB2 Sample Database"
goes on 'forever', until I eventually cancel it. No warning / error
messages were received during installation or afterwards. Under the same
Windows ME on INTEL it works.
The only other difference being, the Athlon has only 64 MB RAM the Intel
has 128 MB RAM.

Any ideas?
Thanks
Shabtai Shatsky


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