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tweak\'e
14-07-2002, 09:55 PM
A new version 1.0.1b patch has been released for Americas Army to fix a problem some people had when trying to patch their 1.0 game and got errors of registry keys not found. This patch is slightly smaller at 2.13MB and is available from the following links:
-
NVIDIA (http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?IO=army_download)-
FilePlanet (http://www.fileplanet.com/files/110000/110329.shtml)- 3D Gamers (http://www.3dgamers.com/games/americasarmy/)

A new post has been made to the official Unreal Tournament 2003 forums (http://www.ina-community.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=187067) regarding the status of the game. The status is reported as being finished up by Epic Games while Digital Extremes concentrates on Unreal Championship and the demo is still more than two weeks away from shipping.

Computerchaos has posted a comparison of the new 30.30 detonators against the 29.42 based Omega drivers to see how much of a performance hit you get from the Omegas and surprisingly, they came out on top. Here's part of the write up:
"The nVidia 30.xx Detonators are supposed to focus on improving the performance of their drivers when ansiotropic filtering is used. With that being said we decided to put together a comparison of Omega's modified 29.42 drivers, and the freshly leaked nVidia Beta 30.30 drivers to see if they made any strides towards maintaing performance as well as improving the anisotropic filtering."
Check out the rest here (http://www.computerchaos.net/omegacompare.html).

Microsoft will be unveiling its new Windows Media Series products on Monday. These products have been given the codename corona and will feature many updates on existing software. Check this clip out:
"On Monday, Microsoft will reveal that its next-generation Windows Media products, code-named Corona, will be marketed as Windows Media Series 9 when released later this year. Windows Media Series 9 consists of new versions of Windows Media Player, Windows Media Audio and Video codecs, Windows Media Encoder and a new Windows Media Software Development Kit (SDK). Each of these products will be available in beta form to the public beginning September 4, when Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates hosts a Windows Media Series 9 launch event at the Hollywood and Highlands Complex in Los Angeles, California."
Check out more details here (http://wininformant.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=25869).

Microsoft has put the cat amongst the pigeons once again with claims that it owns patents to technology critical to the specification. This info has been report by ZDNet and The Register with the following details on the claim:
While it is as yet unclear how Microsoft intends to pursue its claims, the matter underscores the increasing difficulty of creating high-tech industry standards of all kinds, particularly those that are intended to be widely available and royalty-free. The issue is particularly relevant in Europe, which is debating whether to make software more broadly patentable, as is the case in the United States.

Microsoft's intellectual property (IP) claims first emerged back in March, when the company said that it had "possible claims" on a technology called vertex programming, which gives developers more control over 3D effects such as lighting. The claims caused some consternation within the OpenGL Architectural Review Board (ARB), which governs the specification.

Microsoft clarified its claims somewhat at this month's quarterly ARB meeting, according to the meeting's minutes, but its proposals still appear likely to throw a wrench in the works of OpenGL, according to legal experts. At the July meeting, Microsoft also added that it may have claims to a technology called fragment shading.
You can read more on the cliam over at ZDNet (http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1104-943111.html)and The Register (http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/4/26125.html).

Network Associates has been forced to issue a hot-fix for its McAfee Virus software after it was reported that some versions of the software were not protecting against the Klez virus. The problem occurs when the Klez worm tries to spread itself via shared files on a network. On some anti-virus software configurations, McAfee does not pick up the worm until it has been executed, meaning it is free to spread as an embedded file within networks. Network Associates had this to say:
This was an issue relating to the way that McAfee scanned locked files, and we've done a hot fix to sort this out. He advised concerned users to contact their supplier or customer support line to obtain the fix.
Get the full story here (http://www.silicon.com/public/door?6004REQEVENT=&REQINT1=54540&REQSTR1=silicon.com).

Intel Application Accelerator 2.3.2143 Beta has been released for download. Intel Application Accelerator updates Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 98 SE, Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0 to reduce the storage sub-system bottleneck, enabling faster delivery of data from the hard drive to the processor and other system level hardware. The Intel Application Accelerator replaces the Intel Ultra ATA Storage driver. The utility is for the following list of chipsets:
IntelŪ 810 chipset family
IntelŪ 815 chipset family
IntelŪ 820 chipset family
IntelŪ 840 chipset family
IntelŪ 845 chipset family
IntelŪ 850 chipset family
IntelŪ 860 chipset family
Mobile IntelŪ PentiumŪ 4 Processors - M
Download it here (http://support.intel.com/support/chipsets/iaa/beta.htm).

Asus have released more new bios files as well as a new version of their nVidia Detonator 29.80 drivers. The updates are for the following motherboards:
Asus Bios A7N266-VM 1003 Final (=1003 - 04 Beta)
Asus Bios P4B266 / P4B266-SE 1008 - 02 Beta
Asus Bios TUV4X 1006 - 01 Beta
Asus Bios TUA266 1004 - 09 Beta
Asus Bios P4B533 - Series 1007 - 12 Beta
Asus Bios TUSL2 / TUSL2-M ( i815e ) 1013 - 01 Beta
Asus Bios TUSL2-C / TUEP2-M ( i815ep ) 1013 - 01 Beta
Asus Bios TUEG-VM ( i815eg ) 1013 - 01 Beta
Asus Bios TUWE-M 1004 - 02 Beta
Asus Bios TUSI-M 1016 - 01 Beta
Asus Nvidia Detonator 29.80
Click on over to the ASUS Germany (http://www.asuscom.de/support/techmain/technical.htm?ctn4)site for the downloads.

Complete Internet Cleanup 1.0 has been released. Complete Internet Cleanup is a new utility that will erase your Internet tracks. All your Internet traces are logged to index.dat files and deleting the Cache, Cookies and History does not clear the contents of index.dat files. Complete Internet Cleanup will clear the index.dat files. You can have a look at a screenshot here (http://www.pcmesh.com/images/screenshot.jpg) find out more here (http://www.pcmesh.com) and download it here (http://www.pcmesh.com/cic.zip).

MagicTweak 1.91 is out for download. MagicTweak is a program designed to optimise and personalise Microsoft Windows. The software makes it easy to tweak hundreds of hidden settings in Windows, so there is no need to dig through the registry looking for that specific setting. MagicTweak has the ability to customise almost any aspect of Windows. This new version has the following new stuff:
New function to disguise the folder as special folder or file.
New function to hide AddNew context menu.
More recent file list can be cleared.
Other small bug fixed.
You can download the program here (http://www.magictweak.com/download/mgtweak.exe) and get more info here (http://www.magictweak.com).

Zoom Player version 2.70 has been released. Zoom Player is described as such:
Zoom Player is a robust Media and DVD Player. Zoom Player was designed to be simple at first glance while being remarkably dynamic and flexible when used to its full potential.
Zoom Player works in two modes. A Media mode which can play any file supported by DirectShow (any file which plays in MediaPlayer) and a DVD mode which uses pre-installed DirectShow DVD filters to play DVD content.
This new version brings the following changes and bugfixes:
DVD Front-End navigation using any DirectShow compatible combination of DVD Decoder filters.
Automatic and Manual DVD Graph Construction with many pre-built profiles for easy selection and registration of filters.
DVD Overlay Color control including an easy to use on-screen interface (For cards that support it, tested on Radeon series).
IRE-0 overlay setting (Tested on Radeon series).
Smart DVD bookmark system.
Auto loading of selected bookmarks on Play to bypass previously seen DVD menus.
Auto saving last disc's position for automatic resume at later times.
Auto saving of disc definition file which includes a per-disc setting for later use (Aspect Ratio Video Position, Overlay Colors).
Ability to assign DVD-Insert notification to Zoom Player or any other program.
Multiple play speeds including manual specification.
DVD Path definition for use with hard disk playback (with supporting filters).
These are but a few of the changes, for the complete list of changes go here (http://forum.inmatrix.com/ikonboard/ikonboard.cgi?s=3d2fd28144ecffff;act=ST;f=7;t=589) . You can download the program from the following links:
- Mirror 1 (http://inmatrix.hoyty.com/mirror/zplay270.exe)
- Mirror 2 (http://inmatrix.vextron.com/zplay270.exe)
- Mirror 3 (http://zp.rio.ee/zplay270.exe)

tweak\'e
14-07-2002, 11:38 PM
testing only

A new version 1.0.1b patch has been released for Americas Army to fix a problem some people had when trying to patch their 1.0 game and got errors of registry keys not found. This patch is slightly smaller at 2.13MB and is available from the following links:
-
NVIDIA (http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?IO=army_download)-
FilePlanet (http://www.fileplanet.com/files/110000/110329.shtml)- 3D Gamers (http://www.3dgamers.com/games/americasarmy/)
A new post has been made to the official Unreal Tournament 2003 forums (http://www.ina-community.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=187067) regarding the status of the game. The status is reported as being finished up by Epic Games while Digital Extremes concentrates on Unreal Championship and the demo is still more than two weeks away from shipping.
Computerchaos has posted a comparison of the new 30.30 detonators against the 29.42 based Omega drivers to see how much of a performance hit you get from the Omegas and surprisingly, they came out on top. Here's part of the write up:
"The nVidia 30.xx Detonators are supposed to focus on improving the performance of their drivers when ansiotropic filtering is used. With that being said we decided to put together a comparison of Omega's modified 29.42 drivers, and the freshly leaked nVidia Beta 30.30 drivers to see if they made any strides towards maintaing performance as well as improving the anisotropic filtering."
Check out the rest here (http://www.computerchaos.net/omegacompare.html).
Microsoft will be unveiling its new Windows Media Series products on Monday. These products have been given the codename corona and will feature many updates on existing software. Check this clip out:
"On Monday, Microsoft will reveal that its next-generation Windows Media products, code-named Corona, will be marketed as Windows Media Series 9 when released later this year. Windows Media Series 9 consists of new versions of Windows Media Player, Windows Media Audio and Video codecs, Windows Media Encoder and a new Windows Media Software Development Kit (SDK). Each of these products will be available in beta form to the public beginning September 4, when Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates hosts a Windows Media Series 9 launch event at the Hollywood and Highlands Complex in Los Angeles, California."
Check out more details here (http://wininformant.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=25869).
Microsoft has put the cat amongst the pigeons once again with claims that it owns patents to technology critical to the specification. This info has been report by ZDNet and The Register with the following details on the claim:
While it is as yet unclear how Microsoft intends to pursue its claims, the matter underscores the increasing difficulty of creating high-tech industry standards of all kinds, particularly those that are intended to be widely available and royalty-free. The issue is particularly relevant in Europe, which is debating whether to make software more broadly patentable, as is the case in the United States.

Microsoft's intellectual property (IP) claims first emerged back in March, when the company said that it had "possible claims" on a technology called vertex programming, which gives developers more control over 3D effects such as lighting. The claims caused some consternation within the OpenGL Architectural Review Board (ARB), which governs the specification.

Microsoft clarified its claims somewhat at this month's quarterly ARB meeting, according to the meeting's minutes, but its proposals still appear likely to throw a wrench in the works of OpenGL, according to legal experts. At the July meeting, Microsoft also added that it may have claims to a technology called fragment shading.
You can read more on the cliam over at ZDNet (http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1104-943111.html)and The Register (http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/4/26125.html).
Network Associates has been forced to issue a hot-fix for its McAfee Virus software after it was reported that some versions of the software were not protecting against the Klez virus. The problem occurs when the Klez worm tries to spread itself via shared files on a network. On some anti-virus software configurations, McAfee does not pick up the worm until it has been executed, meaning it is free to spread as an embedded file within networks. Network Associates had this to say:
This was an issue relating to the way that McAfee scanned locked files, and we've done a hot fix to sort this out. He advised concerned users to contact their supplier or customer support line to obtain the fix.
Get the full story here (http://www.silicon.com/public/door?6004REQEVENT=&REQINT1=54540&REQSTR1=silicon.com).
Intel Application Accelerator 2.3.2143 Beta has been released for download. Intel Application Accelerator updates Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 98 SE, Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0 to reduce the storage sub-system bottleneck, enabling faster delivery of data from the hard drive to the processor and other system level hardware. The Intel Application Accelerator replaces the Intel Ultra ATA Storage driver. The utility is for the following list of chipsets:
· IntelŪ 810 chipset family
· IntelŪ 815 chipset family
· IntelŪ 820 chipset family
· IntelŪ 840 chipset family
· IntelŪ 845 chipset family
· IntelŪ 850 chipset family
· IntelŪ 860 chipset family
· Mobile IntelŪ PentiumŪ 4 Processors - M
Download it here (http://support.intel.com/support/chipsets/iaa/beta.htm).
Asus have released more new bios files as well as a new version of their nVidia Detonator 29.80 drivers. The updates are for the following motherboards:
· Asus Bios A7N266-VM 1003 Final (=1003 - 04 Beta)
· Asus Bios P4B266 / P4B266-SE 1008 - 02 Beta
· Asus Bios TUV4X 1006 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUA266 1004 - 09 Beta
· Asus Bios P4B533 - Series 1007 - 12 Beta
· Asus Bios TUSL2 / TUSL2-M ( i815e ) 1013 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUSL2-C / TUEP2-M ( i815ep ) 1013 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUEG-VM ( i815eg ) 1013 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUWE-M 1004 - 02 Beta
· Asus Bios TUSI-M 1016 - 01 Beta
· Asus Nvidia Detonator 29.80
Click on over to the ASUS Germany (http://www.asuscom.de/support/techmain/technical.htm?ctn4)site for the downloads.
Complete Internet Cleanup 1.0 has been released. Complete Internet Cleanup is a new utility that will erase your Internet tracks. All your Internet traces are logged to index.dat files and deleting the Cache, Cookies and History does not clear the contents of index.dat files. Complete Internet Cleanup will clear the index.dat files. You can have a look at a screenshot here (http://www.pcmesh.com/images/screenshot.jpg) find out more here (http://www.pcmesh.com) and download it here (http://www.pcmesh.com/cic.zip).
MagicTweak 1.91 is out for download. MagicTweak is a program designed to optimise and personalise Microsoft Windows. The software makes it easy to tweak hundreds of hidden settings in Windows, so there is no need to dig through the registry looking for that specific setting. MagicTweak has the ability to customise almost any aspect of Windows. This new version has the following new stuff:
· New function to disguise the folder as special folder or file.
· New function to hide AddNew context menu.
· More recent file list can be cleared.
· Other small bug fixed.
You can download the program here (http://www.magictweak.com/download/mgtweak.exe) and get more info here (http://www.magictweak.com).
Zoom Player version 2.70 has been released. Zoom Player is described as such:
Zoom Player is a robust Media and DVD Player. Zoom Player was designed to be simple at first glance while being remarkably dynamic and flexible when used to its full potential.
Zoom Player works in two modes. A Media mode which can play any file supported by DirectShow (any file which plays in MediaPlayer) and a DVD mode which uses pre-installed DirectShow DVD filters to play DVD content.
This new version brings the following changes and bugfixes:
· DVD Front-End navigation using any DirectShow compatible combination of DVD Decoder filters.
· Automatic and Manual DVD Graph Construction with many pre-built profiles for easy selection and registration of filters.
· DVD Overlay Color control including an easy to use on-screen interface (For cards that support it, tested on Radeon series).
· IRE-0 overlay setting (Tested on Radeon series).
· Smart DVD bookmark system.
· Auto loading of selected bookmarks on Play to bypass previously seen DVD menus.
· Auto saving last disc's position for automatic resume at later times.
· Auto saving of disc definition file which includes a per-disc setting for later use (Aspect Ratio Video Position, Overlay Colors).
· Ability to assign DVD-Insert notification to Zoom Player or any other program.
· Multiple play speeds including manual specification.
· DVD Path definition for use with hard disk playback (with supporting filters).
These are but a few of the changes, for the complete list of changes go here (http://forum.inmatrix.com/ikonboard/ikonboard.cgi?s=3d2fd28144ecffff;act=ST;f=7;t=589) . You can download the program from the following links:
- Mirror 1 (http://inmatrix.hoyty.com/mirror/zplay270.exe)
- Mirror 2 (http://inmatrix.vextron.com/zplay270.exe)
- Mirror 3 (http://zp.rio.ee/zplay270.exe)

tweak\'e
14-07-2002, 11:47 PM
ooops i hit the wrong button

A new version 1.0.1b patch has been released for Americas Army to fix a problem some people had when trying to patch their 1.0 game and got errors of registry keys not found. This patch is slightly smaller at 2.13MB and is available from the following links:
-
NVIDIA (http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?IO=army_download)-
File Planet (http://www.fileplanet.com/files/110000/110329.shtml)- 3D Gamers (http://www.3dgamers.com/games/americasarmy/)
A new post has been made to the official Unreal Tournament 2003 forums (http://www.ina-community.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=187067) regarding the status of the game. The status is reported as being finished up by Epic Games while Digital Extremes concentrates on Unreal Championship and the demo is still more than two weeks away from shipping.
Computerchaos has posted a comparison of the new 30.30 detonators against the 29.42 based Omega drivers to see how much of a performance hit you get from the Omegas and surprisingly, they came out on top. Here's part of the write up:
"The nVidia 30.xx Detonators are supposed to focus on improving the performance of their drivers when ansiotropic filtering is used. With that being said we decided to put together a comparison of Omega's modified 29.42 drivers, and the freshly leaked nVidia Beta 30.30 drivers to see if they made any strides towards maintaing performance as well as improving the anisotropic filtering."
Check out the rest here (http://www.computerchaos.net/omegacompare.html).
Microsoft will be unveiling its new Windows Media Series products on Monday. These products have been given the codename corona and will feature many updates on existing software. Check this clip out:
"On Monday, Microsoft will reveal that its next-generation Windows Media products, code-named Corona, will be marketed as Windows Media Series 9 when released later this year. Windows Media Series 9 consists of new versions of Windows Media Player, Windows Media Audio and Video codecs, Windows Media Encoder and a new Windows Media Software Development Kit (SDK). Each of these products will be available in beta form to the public beginning September 4, when Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates hosts a Windows Media Series 9 launch event at the Hollywood and Highlands Complex in Los Angeles, California."
Check out more details here (http://wininformant.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=25869).
Microsoft has put the cat amongst the pigeons once again with claims that it owns patents to technology critical to the specification. This info has been report by ZDNet and The Register with the following details on the claim:
While it is as yet unclear how Microsoft intends to pursue its claims, the matter underscores the increasing difficulty of creating high-tech industry standards of all kinds, particularly those that are intended to be widely available and royalty-free. The issue is particularly relevant in Europe, which is debating whether to make software more broadly patentable, as is the case in the United States.

Microsoft's intellectual property (IP) claims first emerged back in March, when the company said that it had "possible claims" on a technology called vertex programming, which gives developers more control over 3D effects such as lighting. The claims caused some consternation within the OpenGL Architectural Review Board (ARB), which governs the specification.

Microsoft clarified its claims somewhat at this month's quarterly ARB meeting, according to the meeting's minutes, but its proposals still appear likely to throw a wrench in the works of OpenGL, according to legal experts. At the July meeting, Microsoft also added that it may have claims to a technology called fragment shading.
You can read more on the claim over at ZDNet (http://zdnet.com.com/2100-1104-943111.html)and The Register (http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/4/26125.html).
Network Associates has been forced to issue a hot-fix for its McAfee Virus software after it was reported that some versions of the software were not protecting against the Klez virus. The problem occurs when the Klez worm tries to spread itself via shared files on a network. On some anti-virus software configurations, McAfee does not pick up the worm until it has been executed, meaning it is free to spread as an embedded file within networks. Network Associates had this to say:
This was an issue relating to the way that McAfee scanned locked files, and we've done a hot fix to sort this out. He advised concerned users to contact their supplier or customer support line to obtain the fix.
Get the full story here (http://www.silicon.com/public/door?6004REQEVENT=&REQINT1=54540&REQSTR1=silicon.com).
Intel Application Accelerator 2.3.2143 Beta has been released for download. Intel Application Accelerator updates Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 98 SE, Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0 to reduce the storage sub-system bottleneck, enabling faster delivery of data from the hard drive to the processor and other system level hardware. The Intel Application Accelerator replaces the Intel Ultra ATA Storage driver. The utility is for the following list of chipsets:
· IntelŪ 810 chipset family
· IntelŪ 815 chipset family
· IntelŪ 820 chipset family
· IntelŪ 840 chipset family
· IntelŪ 845 chipset family
· IntelŪ 850 chipset family
· IntelŪ 860 chipset family
· Mobile IntelŪ PentiumŪ 4 Processors - M
Download it here (http://support.intel.com/support/chipsets/iaa/beta.htm).
Asus have released more new bios files as well as a new version of their nVidia Detonator 29.80 drivers. The updates are for the following motherboards:
· Asus Bios A7N266-VM 1003 Final (=1003 - 04 Beta)
· Asus Bios P4B266 / P4B266-SE 1008 - 02 Beta
· Asus Bios TUV4X 1006 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUA266 1004 - 09 Beta
· Asus Bios P4B533 - Series 1007 - 12 Beta
· Asus Bios TUSL2 / TUSL2-M ( i815e ) 1013 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUSL2-C / TUEP2-M ( i815ep ) 1013 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUEG-VM ( i815eg ) 1013 - 01 Beta
· Asus Bios TUWE-M 1004 - 02 Beta
· Asus Bios TUSI-M 1016 - 01 Beta
· Asus Nvidia Detonator 29.80
Click on over to the ASUS Germany (http://www.asuscom.de/support/techmain/technical.htm?ctn4)site for the downloads.
Complete Internet Cleanup 1.0 has been released. Complete Internet Cleanup is a new utility that will erase your Internet tracks. All your Internet traces are logged to index.dat files and deleting the Cache, Cookies and History does not clear the contents of index.dat files. Complete Internet Cleanup will clear the index.dat files. You can have a look at a screenshot here (http://www.pcmesh.com/images/screenshot.jpg) find out more here (http://www.pcmesh.com) and download it here (http://www.pcmesh.com/cic.zip).
MagicTweak 1.91 is out for download. MagicTweak is a program designed to optimise and personalise Microsoft Windows. The software makes it easy to tweak hundreds of hidden settings in Windows, so there is no need to dig through the registry looking for that specific setting. MagicTweak has the ability to customise almost any aspect of Windows. This new version has the following new stuff:
· New function to disguise the folder as special folder or file.
· New function to hide AddNew context menu.
· More recent file list can be cleared.
· Other small bug fixed.
You can download the program here (http://www.magictweak.com/download/mgtweak.exe) and get more info here (http://www.magictweak.com).
Zoom Player version 2.70 has been released. Zoom Player is described as such:
Zoom Player is a robust Media and DVD Player. Zoom Player was designed to be simple at first glance while being remarkably dynamic and flexible when used to its full potential.
Zoom Player works in two modes. A Media mode which can play any file supported by DirectShow (any file which plays in MediaPlayer) and a DVD mode which uses pre-installed DirectShow DVD filters to play DVD content.
This new version brings the following changes and bugfixes:
· DVD Front-End navigation using any DirectShow compatible combination of DVD Decoder filters.
· Automatic and Manual DVD Graph Construction with many pre-built profiles for easy selection and registration of filters.
· DVD Overlay Color control including an easy to use on-screen interface (For cards that support it, tested on Radeon series).
· IRE-0 overlay setting (Tested on Radeon series).
· Smart DVD bookmark system.
· Auto loading of selected bookmarks on Play to bypass previously seen DVD menus.
· Auto saving last disc's position for automatic resume at later times.
· Auto saving of disc definition file which includes a per-disc setting for later use (Aspect Ratio Video Position, Overlay Colors).
· Ability to assign DVD-Insert notification to Zoom Player or any other program.
· Multiple play speeds including manual specification.
· DVD Path definition for use with hard disk playback (with supporting filters).
These are but a few of the changes, for the complete list of changes (http://forum.inmatrix.com/ikonboard/ikonboard.cgi?s=3d2fd28144ecffff;act=ST;f=7;t=589 go here). You can download the program from the following links:
- Mirror 1 (http://inmatrix.hoyty.com/mirror/zplay270.exe)
- Mirror 2 (http://inmatrix.vextron.com/zplay270.exe)
- Mirror 3 (http://zp.rio.ee/zplay270.exe)