DanR20

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  1. What I did was to install your latest KernelEx (I had a slightly older one) and it was installed with the default options except for condition variable that was unchecked. The only entry I checked was DirectX 10 stub, although I'm not sure exactly what that does yet. My video card does support DX10. The "K32GetMappedFileNameW" error is gone but now I'm getting this instead: The procedure entry point CoGetApartmentType could not be located in the dynamic library ole32.dll. CoGetApartmentType is for Windows 7 and later, is that call function available in ole32 and are you able to open the very latest 54 nightly inbound without this error??
  2. Got a new problem with the 54 nightlies, now getting this error: The procedure entry point K32GetMappedFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll I've tried replacing and removing "K32GetMappedFileNameW" from xul.dll but in both cases I then get a "Can't lead XPCOM" error. Anybody else experiencing this? This is something they just added in the last few days as "K32GetMappedFileNameW" was not there prior.
  3. It looks like there is a new version of Java 6: 141 b31. Might as well forget the v131 then, if you are able to get a hold of this latest one blackwingcat I'd appreciate it. I'll be glad when Java is gone but it's still going to be around awhile yet.
  4. Hello blackwingcat, if you're referring to the November 2016 JRE 6 update 131v2 I did re-download that a few days ago and re-installed it but there was no difference. It still located to a separate Jre6_131 directory with no ability to uninstall through Add/Remove. It automatically installs the Java files through a dos window, it doesn't have the typical old interface with the prompts. Is this something new that Sun came out with the 6 versions and is intentional?
  5. Hello, I can't find the link to download the updated version, it's not on the page where you normally have your downloads, would you have a direct link?
  6. Hi blackwingcat, had some major problems with the latest java. It installed it into a new folder called Jre6_131 instead of overwriting the previous version Jre6. It doesn't work either, I'm just getting a blank white screen. But even worse there was no way to uninstall it in order to use the older version. Fortunately I had a older registry backup so I'm on Java 121 again. Please let me know if you're experiencing any of this.
  7. Hi, do you have a link where we can get the extended xp? I've searched and can't find anything recent.
  8. Interestingly firefox nightly 53 is now blocked on XP but still works great on w2k :--). There must be similar threads doing the same thing for XP, I'm sure someone already has firefox going again on that platform. blackwingcat, is it possible to get a hold of the latest java 6u131 b32?
  9. So far with latest Extended kernel Firefox 52 is opening on its own and without the hack and there's been no crashes. I'll give an update in a week or so but it's looking good.
  10. Hi blackwingcat, thanks for that fix. Maybe I'm missing it somewhere but I can't find the download link, the very last v2.8h on the kernelex page is coming up empty, would you have a direct link to the updated one ? Also this announcement from Mozilla says they'll be ending support for XP after v52: http://news.softpedia.com/news/firefox-53-will-drop-support-for-windows-xp-and-windows-vista-508688.shtml Looks like more changes and updates will eventually need to be made but 52esr will be good at least until mid-2018 so there's plenty of time and even if FF or its forks becomes impossible to run anymore to see these programs still going 8 years after the end of w2k support is quite a feat.
  11. You're using Palemoon on w2k? Last I tried it on Win 7 several must-have addons of mine were broke but it maybe I'll download the portable and give it another chance.
  12. There could be other factors involved causing the crashes not related to your hack or possibly conflicting with it that's unique to his setup. All I know is that it's working great here although I agree a more permanent solution would be better.
  13. @piotrhn, don't know if this will help but if you have access to XP's mspaint.exe try replacing that with w2ks in system32. It works great and adds extra converting options. XPs also works in Windows 7 and is way better imo. @mixit, an update on your fix: been running Firefox right along and no crashes yet. Hoping there's no more major breaks from now until v52 goes into esr.
  14. That did the job at opening it at least it, took me about a minute to swap the text strings. Currently running today's inbound build for an hour with no crashes yet, and that includes HTML5 and flash videos. It may not be the most ideal fix but it's working so far, thanks again.
  15. Thanks for the fix, I'm not much into coding but when I get the time I'll try and figure this out. If it works who cares how crude it is? Once I get the fix down it will become easy in 52esr since they don't do anything new just security updates so it's only a matter of replacing the xul file with the custom one on each update. On v2.6 here, I've never updated to v2.8. Firefox doesn't even get installed, it's run either off of the portable or directly out of the app folder from a downloaded extracted zip. So that method might work on v2.8. Could you tell me what hex editor you use?