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dencorso

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  1. Way to go! That's how it's done!
  2. Yeah. Read this thead. There are working links for all you need already collected here. You said the last time the machine did update was February 2017, right? So go back in the thread up to that time and start reading from there. Usually, all the links you need are collected in a post by Bersaglio. Then again, you'd actually know that already had you tried this exercise. The reason threads are not Twitter is that they do preserve the memory of what happened. So make good use of that.
  3. [SOLVED (AS IS)] Windows 95 issues with GRUB4DOS

    Well, since my crystal ball is again in the shop for tuning, I did my best by interpreting the flight of the birds... although the only birds visible from where I am right now are a bunch of vultures, which usually are not very reliable, as you know.
  4. [SOLVED (AS IS)] Windows 95 issues with GRUB4DOS

    Or there is more than one unhidden partition having an io.sys... Then, instead of "find --set-root /io.sys", "root (hd0,0)" at the same point should work.
  5. No idea. But this <link> still works all right, so the file itself was not removed from MS servers.
  6. Windows XP Spotter (the club)

    @jaclaz: Sorry, this is not directed at you. The post that caused it has already been split into the proper thread. @Everybody: Just a friendly warning. I'm tiring of spliting off-topic posts from this thread. Hence, the next off-topic post here will award its author a 2-day suspension to muse about what on-topic means. Y'all have been warned.
  7. Simple XP 32BIT 64Gb RAM (true Pae) Guide

    what did you expect? What part of EXACT info did you fail to understand?
  8. You Want to Change Your Username?

    That also works!
  9. Robocopy anomaly

    Not at all! I do like it, too. But I'd take a 1976 Aston Martin Lagonda instead any time, hands down! Moreover, since here in S. Paulo driving above 50 km/h (except for two expressways that allow 90 km/h and one rapid crosstown avenue that allows 60 km/h) will get one a ticket (and 5 points which expire after one full year), and when one gets 21 ticket-points one loses the drivers-licence for up to two years and has to undergo an ultra-PITA process to get it back after that time, I now favor going slow, listening to music, immersed in a cool air conditioning and having a diet-coke on top of it, while everybody else curses, blares the horn and sweats in minuscle 1.0 cars and swarms of decrepit 125cc motorcicles zip by.
  10. Windows XP - Deepest Impressions

    Provided Jody agrees to it, I'd be pleased to split the thread. Then again, I think we should call it: "Windows XP - Deepest Impressions", because of the tradition already established here at MSFN by similarly named threads...
  11. You mean, just like "risk of life" = "risk of death"?
  12. I see... it's byte rust! It seems you've got a bad case of it...
  13. Check to see whether each and every needed directive is present in the about:config page. It has happened many times to many of us that some directive or other disappears upon updading, even from a minor build to the next.
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