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  2. Seaching for Intel 218V XP 32bit driver

    I on other location so i have to use other MB with same Intel 218-V controller, device ID is now: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_15A1&SUBSYS_78851462&REV_05 With this board its not working. When i point Device manager to folder with driver, driver is installing, but device name is work, i press install anyway (not signed driver) and after installation there is error, that searched line was not found in the inf file.
  3. Windows NT 4.0 api wrapper

    I don't know. BTW the project is still alive, I haven't done much this summer but now I have came back from holiday, I will work on it again
  4. Windows NT 4.0 api wrapper

    Any one has all updates released for nt4 after sp6a?
  5. WinNTSetup v3.8.7.4

    Hmm, wasn't able to download these UPP dumps without errors. Currently the -ref: cmd parameter is ignored in this case, but will be fixed in next version.
  6. KernelEx for Win2000

    I debugged it . It is caused by videoport.sys it seems like a buffer overflow to me but it may not . I am a noob regarding kernel mode calls of win2k so do not ask me . In XP all calls are in VA but 2k calls in RVA(Not proper even some mixed coding ) . It seems like modding 2k is extremely tough.. Please replace videoport.sys with original one and see what happens .
  7. driver problem in canon

    Thank you so much for your Answer
  8. Adobe to Pull Plug on Flash

    Right and now flash is also dead for youtube.
  9. KernelEx for Win2000

    I haven't tried other versions. Right now I'm just using whatever was put into tomasz86's unofficial rollup from 2013. I can probably test a few of the other ones but after translating his site, it looks as though he made a few changes to a few video files in version 16a, the one I was using. I just don't really understand exactly what the changes meant so maybe he can provide us some insight.
  10. Extended Kernel for XP (ExtendedXP)

    I fixed it . By adding following line Section .txt in asm file Thanks jumper
  11. Btw. before I forget to ask: Yeah we are in the Opera 12 section so I must post also something regarding the issue here. Silly is yesterday I was able to go here with the Opera mobile browser 12.10 (on Android ofcourse not Win9x) but also on that system some functions where missing. The quote feature didnt work for example. Opera Mobile 12.10 uses presto, just like the desktop version for Windows. Its also slow like the version for Windows 98 when loading the board(but ofcourse also other sites). However the Windows 98 (Kernelex) version Opera 12.02 didnt even allow login. Could be just a random incident, still it would be interesting to check how Windows 2000 users are doing with Opera to see if this is Opera 12.02 <= specific or just has to do maybe with the operating system (what I rather dont think). I think its about the certificates since I had such problems with outlook page too sometimes, and when I for example cleaned the cache it would work. So now to why Im quoting. What exactly are the Apple libraries? Are they part of the QuickTime SDK or just another must-have for webkit on Windows?!
  12. I always run the build of Windows with the biggest number. If Aeroglass works, it works. Right now I get no transparency which is fine, but I get nice little boxes around my border titles as they should be instead of the sharp ugly rectangular ones. All is good.
  13. Yesterday
  14. Extended Kernel for XP (ExtendedXP)

    Remove all references to MYFUNCTION from the source. None in EXKERNEL.ASM. If you repost ExtendedKernel.7z, I'll take a look.
  15. KernelEx for Win2000

    All versions of Extended Core, just this version, or starting at which version? The next step will be identifying the individual file responsible.
  16. Official - Windows 10 Worst Crap Ever!

    Yes, you've identified an interesting dilemma. Living in a community that is an age restricted 55 and older area adjacent to Phoenix, AZ. Sun City is an area around 3 miles by 7 miles in size and is not incorporated as a city by preference. Many of the residents are very sharp mentally and use computers easily. However, Windows 10 installed on a PC has many turning to the local Apple Store to buy compatible products. I have been able to get some of the Windows 10 users oriented to be able to use their Win 10 PC. Also, suggested that their Win 10 PC can be turned into a Friendly Windows 7 Pro computer. My Dell Latitude E5410 is only allowed to run Win 7 Pro and it is "Senior" friendly, thank you. The 64 bit Win 10 test computer is a dual boot with Win 7 Pro. Otherwise, Linux Mint has been very friendly as well although a bit more challenging than Apple OS X. Yes, in full agreement, "Bit of a dilemma....;)". Saved up for 2 years to get the iPhone 7 Plus which is fully compatible with the big iMac. Life is good and it was cool enough to sit outside to read this morning.
  17. Windows XP - Deepest Impressions

    A lot has been said here. For me at least, XP is still a stable and worthy work environment, and probably has had the widest hardware and software compatibility of any modern Microsoft operating system. While I would argue that XP SP3 is much different than XP SP0 / RTM, at its core it is still NT 5.x. There aren't too many operating systems that can still be used on a daily basis after 16 years, and many third-party software and hardware manufacturers are still supporting XP, as long as it is SP3. Some examples are HP (any printer you pick up will support XP SP3), Norton/Symantec antivirus/security products, Linksys and Netgear wireless devices, Logitech keyboard/mouse products, etc. There are many other manufacturers continuing support but I have made my point. In my opinion, if the system still does what it was designed to do, it is not obsolete, and continuing operation is not an issue.
  18. My new ThinkPad T40 98SE laptop is eagerly waiting for a new browser, good luck to you, rn10950! I'm tired of Opera too!
  19. Firefox 53 on XP

    I wish I could find a link but there is someone somewhere who allegedly got (a browser based on) Firefox 53 to work on XP. It's not a normal version, it uses some linux-like stuff and you can't just install it like a normal Windows application and therefore I couldn't get it to run. But anyway, has anyone heard anything about that?
  20. MSFN is $78 away from reaching its goal to continue keeping the site online!

    Keep it up! :D

  21. Disable your adblocking for MSFN

    Already done that and the ads aren't showing.
  22. Simple XP 32BIT 64Gb RAM (true Pae) Guide

    Doesn't work on Windows XP Home Edition SP3. It gives me ntoskrnl.exe is corrupted or missing error.
  23. Hi. I'm using Windows 8.1 with a custom Windows 7 theme. I use small taskbar + small icons + small start orb + custom clock so that the style looks almost like the big one but in a small version. 1.) What I want to do next is reduce the size of the desktop icons even more. They're already on "small"...but I want them to be about 20% smaller. 2.) And then how do I reduce the size of the start menu (classic shell) by like 20% as well? Thanks.
  24. Asus Zenfone 4 (Will it be best Zenfone series?)

    Only until the next one comes out. Also why would Asus decide to name their new phone for 2017, "ZenFone 4" which was also a name of one of their phones from 2014?
  25. driver problem in canon

    Fortunately, Canon still has a website: https://www.canon-europe.com/support/consumer_products/products/fax__multifunctionals/inkjet/pixma_mp_series/pixma_mp230.aspx?type=drivers&language=EN&os=WINDOWS 7 (32-bit)
  26. There is a trend to go HTTPS everywhere, regardless of whether the particular site actually needs it. I have mixed feelings about it. Improved security is a good thing, but there are disadvantages too. Lower compatibility with browsers is one of them. HTTPS websites also load slower, especially on mobile connections (test yourself at https://httpvshttps.com).
  27. The key difference is that in case of XP and 2000 you are porting down while in case of XP and 2003 you would be porting up. The later release date of the updates does not matter here, it is just the system file structure that is simply older, so the XP files will very likely not work in 2003 at all. Of course, there are exceptions where the files are either very similar or even identical / shared between the two OSs, but in most cases porting would be impossible (without higher level modifications, e.g. by decompiling the files and implementing the security fixes yourself). Just to give an example, the largest benefit of porting XP files to Windows 2000 is better software compatibility achieved by adding missing APIs. There is no such thing in case of XP and 2003, because 2003 already has all the APIs from XP in it.
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