GTAGAME

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  1. Nope, it says that it's not a valid Win32 application.
  2. Yeah i hope that the Server 2008 Security updates will work on Vista. I have a Server 2008 Standard key and i already used it as a Workstation, but some programs like Steam have problems with the builtin Web Browser which constantly shows the "..stopped working" error.
  3. Great, the drivers also work with the GTX 960. The last driver for vista is 365.19 which is so out of date, that some games even reject to start.
  4. UEFI works just fine, it just doesn't support the video card integration, so CSM still needs to be enabled.
  5. I've been a Windows Vista fan since day one and i never absolutely never had any problems with it. My first Vista PC was actually a laptop! It was a HP Pavilion dv6000 and it ran the OS just fine. Sure, RTM was kinda buggy but since SP2 it's just like Windows 7.. just better. Yes, i'm still using Windows Vista today, even though my current PC is meant for modern OS like Windows 8.1/10. Most of the modern games released in 2013-2015 run just fine on Vista but since Windows 7 got the DX11.1 update and game developers just started to use this instead, vista is no longer capable of running it. Which is sad because theoretically it could be possible to backport the DX libraries but since no one cares about it.. it might never happen. Now we have to find out (or maybe someone already found out) how to get server updates on vista (using Windows Update) since it's still suported until 2020. I already tried using the server version as a workstation which was fine for the most part but some programs like Steam and other game launchers have problems with the builtin web browser. web browsers are also a big problem on Vista because developers treat the OS like XP now.
  6. Yes it works just fine on SP2 (I know the last post is 3 years old) I'm still using Vista (Server 2008) and it's perfect.
  7. Hmm, but i'm using it as a second videocard though. I tried all official amd drivers but it still didn't work. The patch is x32 only :/
  8. I have the same problem with the AMD Radeon HD 7700. It has supported drivers for vista but after rebooting, the drivers are disabled and device manager says (Code 43) I'm using this as a second videocard though, so if it doesn't work at all, i don't mind going back to NVidia EDIT: OK, the drivers doesn't even work with Vista! It's minimum requirement is Windows 7.. But why does it say that it supports Vista on the site? It's so sad seeing Windows Vista dying like this, it was my fav OS since day one.
  9. I'm looking for a Windows 8 Pro x64 download link for weeks now.. I don't get it why Microsoft removed everything that had to do with Windows 8 (9200 of course) Do you know any working download links for Windows 8? I can't find anything :/ thanks.
  10. Thank you so much! I'll try it later on my Windows Server 2008 installation and hope it'll work Even though i'm using a PCI videocard, i need the iGPU for the 2nd monitor since it only has 1x DVI port. EDIT: Nope, doesn't work
  11. Are you going to release a version of StartIsBack which brings back the "old" DirectUI startmenu of Windows 10? (It's still in use in server versions of Windows 10, so the code might exist on Pro/Home too! )
  12. Nice! Can you also add options to disable the XAML Jump List, Volume .. etc?! Thanks
  13. Fantastic! I was waiting for this for a long time now! I absolutely love the icon glyphs & immersive blur. Nice work
  14. Wow! Nice work! I'm so happy that people are still developing unofficial updates for Win2k. I think it's really important to keep it alive, because it's the last OS that's fully based on the classic design and was really made for desktop computing. We shouldn't forget that Windows also was a perfect PC OS. Today it's just some stuff that should run on nearly everything.