Lipper

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  1. ClamWin Antivirus 0.97.8 04/29/2013 http://www.clamwin.com/
  2. ClamWin Antivirus 0.97.7 04/08/2013 http://www.clamwin.com/
  3. You're welcome, pulteny. Thank you for letting us know.
  4. You're welcome, pulteny. Good luck! Lipper
  5. Hi pulteny, This is the same Lipper as ClamWin forums. I posted there re: Spybot TeaTimer. Navigate to https://www.virustotal.com. Click Choose File and point to file w9xpopen.exe on your memory stick. Click Scan it! and wait for the results. Cheers, Lipper
  6. Firefox 3.6.23 http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all-older.html Edit: Sorry, I should have specified with KernelEx in Win2k SP4 mode.
  7. Yes, I can confirm that too. I just downloaded PDF-XChange Viewer 2.5.197 portable and it works (opens PDFs) in KEx 4.5.1 Default Compatibility mode. Have either of you tried printing a doc? I seem to remember that was an issue in previous versions of PDF and KEx, and I don't have a printer to test with. I can't print. I' ve tested it on two machines. Thanks for the info.
  8. Yes, I can confirm that too. I just downloaded PDF-XChange Viewer 2.5.197 portable and it works (opens PDFs) in KEx 4.5.1 Default Compatibility mode. Have either of you tried printing a doc? I seem to remember that was an issue in previous versions of PDF and KEx, and I don't have a printer to test with.
  9. FileHippo.com Update Checker (standalone or installed version) - choose Disable KernelEx extensions to make it work. Requires NetFramework 2.0. Strange, huh?
  10. Thanks for your input, Prozactive. I believe the Avast self-defense module wasn't implemented until v. 5x. Still, 4.8 likely has some sort of self-protection, and you have given me some good ideas should I encounter a problem replacing the vps file. Thanks also for the DB download link, I had forgotten about that. I can likely use my download manager (FDM) to painlessly acquire the latest DB instead of using the Avast interface. I think I'm good to go.
  11. I will likely be reinstalling '98 in the next few weeks. The only problem I'm anticipating is having to download the huge Avast virus database again. It appears that C:\Program Files\Alwil Software\Avast4\DATA\400.vps contains the virus database. Would I be able to save and then replace this file in a fresh Windows and Avast install? Any other thoughts? Win98 4.10.1998 upgraded to 4.10.2222, 400 Mhz, 224 MB RAM.