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  1. No one was updating the other two topics, so I've decided to take this into my own hands. The top sections list browsers which receive updates. Gecko-based Browsers Firefox ESR 52.0 ESR Cyberfox 52 ESR Waterfox 46 - Only known 64bit browser for XP Comodo IceDragon GNU IceCat 52.0.2 K-Meleon 75.1 SeaMonkey 2.46 (Will stop supporting XP and Vista in release 2.49) Chromium (Webkit-based) Browsers Slimjet (Backports Chrome 50) Opera 36 Comodo Dragon Maxthon Presto-based Opera 12.18 Qt-Based Browsers Dooble 1.56c Otter Browser XP Other Avant Browser 2017 Build 5 Lunascape 6.15.0 Does not receive updates on XP Qupzilla 2.0.1 (Not officially supported) Google Chrome 49 Chromium 49 SRW Iron 49 Torch 49 Vivaldi <1.0 Pale Moon Atom/XP 26.5.0 Italics - Infrequent updates, not likely to receive any more Inform me of any errors or newer browsers to include!
  2. Add this to the list -Qupzilla 2.0.1 (Last version that works on XP, not officially supported) -Waterfox (64 bit web browser for XP, however hasn't been properly worked with XP for a while) Needs to be tested: Firefox Clones -Comondo Dragon Chromium Clones -Maxthon (Based off chromium 47 I think) -UC Browser (Chromium based, unsure which version its based off of though) -Yandex Browser -Torch Browser -Vivaldi <1.0 (Worked on both XP and Vista) -Pale Moon 26.5.0 -Dooble Browser -Otter Browser (XP version) I tried to install Midori on my XP, but it failed.
  3. Sorry, I honestly don't know how the card exactly works...on the vogons.org forum I searched for help and assisted a few to install 9x on a D600. One of the members brought up he "broke down and paid for the patch" then mentioned the fix for the boot failure. How to enable ACPI after installation
  4. Welp, thanks for the links. Turns out my cord was twisted too much and broken...
  5. I've been having issues with PROBL3MCHYLD's SP3 as well...instead, I would recommend using auto patcher for updating Windows 98. http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/OS-Enhancements/Auto-patcher-for-Windows-98SE.shtml
  6. I know of one solution, but it requires rloew's ram limitation patch..."run the command line option with "/M" with the patch as the Network card takes up the first 16mb of ram which causes boot failures." This card isn't the best for use on 9x due to being meant for W2K and later, but its probably the only option for WPA2 (If you use odyssey client) Make sure to enable ACPI once everything is setup if you want Win98 to display a battery meter
  7. My charger does indeed work (tested it on another dell, my e4310 model) and is actually a genuine dell. I disassembled the laptop to look inside and see the jack. I've read there might be pins which determine if the charger is genuine? Could I in theory manually have the pin moved to ensure the laptop always reads an ac adapter as genuine? Haven't doen research yet, at school atm EDIT: Searched a bit What I've found Modding the bios (although there doesn't seem to be any modded bios) Opening up the charger's power supply (not recommended) Link you gave me I just learned Dell is pretty lousy...
  8. My Dell Latitude D600 suddenly decided my Dell AC Adapter isn't genuine despite being used for nearly a year now, like the title says my battery cannot be charged because the system claims its not genuine and performance is throttled because of it. Are there any fixes to this?
  9. I don't believe so. Its been happening to me all year around.
  10. I've been experiencing this stupid issue on Windows 10 as well. My computer using wireless loses its connections for moments daily, its annoying because it NEVER happened on my unstable Windows 98 (or any other operating system, including Linux) installations...
  11. Oh...well either way its still worth knowing when software stops working on an OS. In this case Qupzilla survived up to version 2.0.1 or 2.0.2? without officially supporting xp. Searching a bit on the web, I found a Java, Chromium 55 based browser. It says it only supports Windows Server 2008 and later w/ JRE 1.6. would this be worth a shot? While I'm doubting it because of likely dependencies, if its java dependent could it bypass it? Doesn't seem anyone's tested it. https://jxbrowser.support.teamdev.com/support/solutions/articles/9000013733-system-requirements
  12. I can confirm Qupzilla 2.1.1 does not work with Windows XP anymore... After installing it, opening it will mention an entry point wasn't found and refuse to open. Qupzilla 2.1 (I think, maybe it was around 2.0) gives errors mentioning entry points not found, but opens and still works anyway.
  13. I want to make this clear: Did you use the just SP5.1 or did you also include the UURollup? Tried using Chromium Portable 34 on my W2K SP5.1 laptop and it told me it wasn't a valid application.
  14. I'm hoping to contribute to making Windows 98 usable again by developing/porting programs back. I'm not sure where to start though and what type of programming is required. If anyone could inform and introduce me to programming in Windows 9x, that would be perfect~ What I'm looking for Type of programming which would be proper for 9x Programs meant for coding (Which version of visual studio am I supposed to use? Are there better alternatives???) Advice in general Thank you!
  15. Title says it all. My Dell Latitude D600 laptop is refusing to show battery level despite not even being on an AC Adapter. I went to the Power Option Properties in the control panel, but still no change. Am I missing a dll file? Once I had this issue installing XP on the same computer, but fixed it by downloading the missing dll file and placing it in the right system folder. Edit: This this ACPI that's missing? Edit 2: Googled a bit and found lack of ACPI is the issue. Enable/Disable ACPI Enabling/ Disabling - The following instructions will allow enable ACPI with Windows 98: To enable ACPI after Windows 98 is installed, run Regedit and go to the following key in the registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Detect Create a new DWORD value called "ACPIOption" and set it equal to 1. In Control Panel, run Add New Hardware and choose hardware detection. ACPI should be detected and installed. After the system is rebooted, all ACPI-enumerated devices will be set up again. You don't need to insert your cd, just direct the driver finder to C:/win98