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Three converted but with this error: "There was an error opening file." Two failed to converted with this error in Wordconv: "This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down."

Now we would like crash logs / those files.

Where do I find the crash log? (A search of *.log with today's date turned up nothing). Equally, the docx files are actually student papers from my archive so I can't just post them. I might be able to do something with email after stripping off names. Please send me a PM.


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Tihiy, I'm not sure if these would be helpful or not, the folks with the OpenXML/ODF Translator Add-in for Office have a collection of sample documents. I'll post the links for the DOCX files that I'm aware of.

http://sourceforge.n....0.zip/download

http://sourceforge.n....0.zip/download

I hope that'll be a good start for you. By the way, that converter isn't always perfect.

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Uuhh, a new design...
...but actually I recently found a program that refuses to work... It's a kind of free modular audio system (I couldn't try it jet..) called Usine ( http://www.sensomusic.com/download/ ). (no install necessary!)
I have a win98se + everything. The error-message tells something like this:
"The File USINEMAIN.EXE is linked to the missing Export-KERNEL32.DLL:GetSystemTimes."
Could anyone try this? And is possible to fix it??
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I receive the following Firefox message when trying to update Java to version 6 update 22 from version 6 update 6.

Can this be fixed?

JRE-6U22-WINDOWS-I586-IFTW-RV_DC3C3625 caused a stack fault in module JRE-6U22-WINDOWS-I586-IFTW-RV_DC3C3625.EXE at 016f:00403959.
Registers:
EAX=00000000 CS=016f EIP=00403959 EFLGS=00010212
EBX=006e2072 SS=0177 ESP=006e1fdc EBP=006e2000
ECX=0000240e DS=0177 ESI=00007096 FS=8527
EDX=000070b2 ES=0177 EDI=007daa80 GS=7a3f
Bytes at CS:EIP:
53 8b 5d 0c 56 8b 75 08 8b 46 04 89 4d e4 8b 4d
Stack dump:
00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 006e2020 0040acd6 007daa80 00000138 0000240e 00000ee0 006e2028
Windows 98 S.E - Opera 12.02 - Firefox 3.6.28 - Kernel-Ex 4.5.2 - Internet Explorer 6

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FAO Xeno86

I have been told that Firefox versions 3.6 need the next generation version of the Java plugin, but unfortunately this version won't work on the windows 98 system.

So I am wondering if it's possible to check this out, and if that is indeed the case, is it possible to built this request into the next release of KernelEx in order to make the new plugin work on Windows 98?

Here is a quote on the Mozilla forum...........

If you use KernelEx then I assume that you are on a Windows 98 / ME platform.
Firefox 3.6 versions need the Next Generation version of the Java plugin and current Java version probably won't work on the Windows 98 platform.

Edited by frogman, 11 November 2010 - 09:24 PM.

Windows 98 S.E - Opera 12.02 - Firefox 3.6.28 - Kernel-Ex 4.5.2 - Internet Explorer 6

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"The File USINEMAIN.EXE is linked to the missing Export-KERNEL32.DLL:GetSystemTimes."

I have met such error too, but I don't remember which app required it. But may be a stub for this function will be useful.

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"The File USINEMAIN.EXE is linked to the missing Export-KERNEL32.DLL:GetSystemTimes."

I have met such error too, but I don't remember which app required it. But may be a stub for this function will be useful.


Yahoo Pool depends on this Java file, I can get it to work on I.E6, but not on the latest Firefox 3.6 version.
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The KernelEx core file configuration, I see it is set at 0 by default, do we need to change this manually and then save for any reason, or is it better to leave well alone?

If say I changed it to 6, would this mean that everything on my computer would be treated as if I had windows XP instead of windows 98? or do we do this on individual exe files only?

[ApiConfigurations]
default=0
0=DCFG1
1=WIN95
2=WIN98
3=WINME
4=NT40
5=NT2K
6=WINXP
7=WIN2K3
8=VISTA
9=WIN2K8
10=NOHEAP

Edited by frogman, 12 November 2010 - 12:51 PM.

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The KernelEx core file configuration, I see it is set at 0 by default, do we need to change this manually and then save for any reason, or is it better to leave well alone?

If say I changed it to 6, would this mean that everything on my computer would be treated as if I had windows XP instead of windows 98? or do we do this on individual exe files only?


Not a good idea to default everything to XP. Any applications that invoke functions on a per-OS-version basis will be prone to breakage. Better just do EXE's individually.

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Tihiy, I'm not sure if these would be helpful or not, the folks with the OpenXML/ODF Translator Add-in for Office have a collection of sample documents. I'll post the links for the DOCX files that I'm aware of.

http://sourceforge.n....0.zip/download

http://sourceforge.n....0.zip/download

I hope that'll be a good start for you. By the way, that converter isn't always perfect.



I tried the files. Three failed entirely, two reported an error but opened, plus there were four dotx files that I and the converter were unfamillar with.Again, I would be happy to provide the crash log for each, but I need to be told where to find it.

PS Why do the pair of docx files that I am trying to attach here fail to post?

Edited by cure, 13 November 2010 - 05:42 PM.


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I have Internet Explorer 6 as well as Firefox 3.6, now I would like to know why when I click on a link on yahoo to upgrade to I.E8 yahoo then tells me that I need to have XP2 SP2 or higher, but the thing is I have told the very latest KernelEx to use the XP SP2 compatibility mode, so why am I not allowed to update.

I used my I.E quick launch icon for the change to the KernelEx compatibility mode because by clicking on the desktop I.E icon all it brings up is the Internet Properties.

Anyway round this?

Edited by frogman, 13 November 2010 - 08:45 PM.

Windows 98 S.E - Opera 12.02 - Firefox 3.6.28 - Kernel-Ex 4.5.2 - Internet Explorer 6

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Why do the pair of docx files that I am trying to attach here fail to post?

Many forums limit the types of files that users can post. If you wish to attach one of the other types, you need to rename it with a different extension or enclose it in a .zip archive or something similar, so the file you post ends up with a permitted extension.

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Does Internet Explorer 8 work with KernelEx on Windows 98?

If so do I just need to go to the exe file for I.E and make compatible for windows XP SP2?

Also if I can do this is it a safer bet to go to the official microsoft site to download it?
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Does Internet Explorer 8 work with KernelEx on Windows 98?

No. The last IE to work with 9x/ME is IE6SP1, which you already have installed on your system.

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Why do the pair of docx files that I am trying to attach here fail to post?


You could try http://www.megaupload.com or some similar site a just place a link here at the forum.

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Is there any hope of running Silverlight (Microsoft's version of Flash) on Win98 with KernelEx? Many radio stations are switching their Web streams to this proprietary format.

I suspect the answer is no, but I figured it couldn't hurt to ask.

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Is there any hope of running Silverlight (Microsoft's version of Flash) on Win98 with KernelEx?

:lol: A search in this forum would have given you the answer.

Silverlight & Windows 98SE

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Unpack with 7-Zip then simply overwrite the old flash files with those ones. Runs fine in Opera 9.64.


That was a real surprise for me but yes, that manual update to newest version (Flash 10) works great - I've tried a couple sites including Adobe test page. Thank you! :)

Btw, it is possible to achieve similar effect with Shockwave Player (I'm using old 10.2 version)?


I have the latest KernelEx 4.5 RC 5 and Firefox 3.6.12, when I try and install the Shockwave slim version 11.5.9.615 i receive an error message below. Does this verion of shockwave work with KernelEx?


SHOCKWAVE_INSTALLER_SLIM caused an exception c0000417H in module SCC.DLL at 016f:008b6300.
Registers:
EAX=01a1f0bc CS=bff7016f EIP=008b6300 EFLGS=00000216
EBX=00000000 SS=bffc0177 ESP=01a1f390 EBP=01a1f3d4
ECX=00000000 DS=1a10177 ESI=00000000 FS=63187f
EDX=00000000 ES=bfa40177 EDI=00000000 GS=1a10000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
83 c4 14 83 c8 ff eb 4b 33 c0 39 75 0c 0f 95 c0
Stack dump:
008b6300 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 c0bd551d 0093a070 01a1f414 00000000 008d993c 01a1f3a8 01a1f82c 01a1ffbc 008b66a0 c1910cf9

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Output folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM
Skipped: msvcp71.dll
Skipped: msvcr71.dll
Output folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe
Output folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Director
Extract: M5drvr32.exe
Extract: M5if32.dll
Extract: SWDNLD.EXE
Extract: SwDir.dll
Extract: np32dsw.dll
Output folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\gi.dll
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\gt.exe
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\gtapi.dll
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\SCC.dll
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras\CBrowser.x32
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras\INetURL.x32
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras\Multiusr.x32
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras\Netfile.x32
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras\Netlingo.x32
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras\Speech.x32
Delete file: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras\autodownload.txt
Output folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11
Extract: Control.dll
Extract: DynaPlayer.dll
Extract: Plugin.dll
Extract: Proj.dll
Extract: SCC.dll
Extract: SwHelper_1159615.exe
Extract: SwInit.exe
Extract: SwLogo.bmp
Extract: SwMenu.dll
Extract: dirapi.dll... 100%
Extract: gi.dll
Extract: gt.exe... 100%
Extract: gtapi.dll
Extract: iml32.dll
Extract: shockwave_Projector_Loader.dcr
Output folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras
Extract: CBrowser.x32
Extract: INetURL.x32
Extract: Multiusr.x32
Extract: Netfile.x32
Extract: Netlingo.x32
Extract: Speech.x32
Extract: autodownload.txt
Output folder: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe
Created uninstaller: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\uninstaller.exe
Registering: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Director\SwDir.dll
Execute: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Shockwave 11\SwHelper_1159615.exe /regserver
Execute: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Adobe\Director\SwDnld.exe /regserver
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I have the latest KernelEx 4.5 RC 5 and Firefox 3.6.12, when I try and install the Shockwave slim version 11.5.9.615 i receive an error message below. Does this verion of shockwave work with KernelEx?

Last Shockwave Player version I was able to install in Windows 98 SE (even with KernelEx) is 10.2.0.23.

Even 10.3.0.24 doesn't want to run
. Edit: That was an older version of KernelEx.

But on the other hand, I never encountered a message asking me to upgrade to display any animation.

Edited by CharlesF, 16 November 2010 - 06:55 PM.


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Frogman, sorry if that sound harsh, but I think, that you're a bit annoying person (your problems with Java/Flash/Shockwave/KernelEx etc.)
Probably the major reason of your problems is a bad condition of your OS - clean install of it would be a good idea IMO.

Yes, latest Shockwave work with KernelEx:

Posted Image

Edited by rainyd, 15 November 2010 - 06:38 AM.


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I have the latest KernelEx 4.5 RC 5 and Firefox 3.6.12, when I try and install the Shockwave slim version 11.5.9.615 i receive an error message below. Does this verion of shockwave work with KernelEx?

Last Shockwave Player version I was able to install in Windows 98 SE (even with KernelEx) is 10.2.0.23.

Even 10.3.0.24 doesn't want to run.

But on the other hand, I never encountered a message asking me to upgrade to display any animation.


Thank you for your courteous reply.
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Frogman, sorry if that sound harsh, but I think, that you're a bit annoying person (your problems with Java/Flash/Shockwave/KernelEx etc.)


I was replying to a particular post, in fact your post I was replying to, so to call me annoying is just unbelievable and totally rude!


Probably the major reason of your problems is a bad condition of your OS - clean install of it would be a good idea IMO.


Well that is not really an option to me, especially as I have no disc to restore the system back to how it was, in fact it took me hours to put everything back to how it was when I had trouble in the past, so a clean install would be more trouble than it's worth and no guarantee that it would make a difference either.

Yes, latest Shockwave work with KernelEx:


You say that Shockwave 11 works, I take it you are referring to Windows 98 S.E with KernelEx installed and running. You have posted an image but don't say what system it is working with.

Edited by frogman, 15 November 2010 - 07:56 AM.

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I was replying to a particular post, in fact your post I was replying to, so to call me annoying is just unbelievable and totally rude!


I would refer to your complainings about KernelEx in various threads - for example, why I can't run Java 6 update 22 together with Firefox 3.6.
Without KernelEx, you couldn't use Firefox 3.6!


You say that Shockwave 11 works, I take it you are referring to Windows 98 S.E with KernelEx installed and running. You have posted an image but don't say what system it is working with.


Have you looked carefully at that picture?
If yes, you wouldn't ask about OS (Windows Start icon is enough).

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Have you looked carefully at that picture?
If yes, you wouldn't ask about OS (Windows Start icon is enough).


Nice photoshop job on your Windows 7! ;)

:angel


:lol:

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Edited by jaclaz, 15 November 2010 - 10:23 AM.


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I was replying to a particular post, in fact your post I was replying to, so to call me annoying is just unbelievable and totally rude!


I would refer to your complainings about KernelEx in various threads - for example, why I can't run Java 6 update 22 together with Firefox 3.6.
Without KernelEx, you couldn't use Firefox 3.6!


You say that Shockwave 11 works, I take it you are referring to Windows 98 S.E with KernelEx installed and running. You have posted an image but don't say what system it is working with.


Have you looked carefully at that picture?
If yes, you wouldn't ask about OS (Windows Start icon is enough).


Yes I saw that, but wasn't sure if Windows 2000 had that start icon too, so therefore I was unaware what system you were using.
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