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I tried installing the Windows 2000 extended kernel (KB935839-v24b), but setup gives an error saying: "It requires IE6SP1 Cumulative Security Update MS12-052(KB2722913)" and then produces another error which says: "Error creating process <<None>>. Reason: The system cannot find the file specified."

 

The problem is, I can't find that update for Windows 2000. I know others have had this issue before, and have been pointed toward a 3.3GB download, which will not work for me.

 

Another Question: Do I install the extended core after installing the extended kernel (KB979683-v14c)?

 

And finally: What benefits are there to installing the extended kernel and core?




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I tried installing the Windows 2000 extended kernel (KB935839-v24b), but setup gives an error saying: "It requires IE6SP1 Cumulative Security Update MS12-052(KB2722913)" and then produces another error which says: "Error creating process <<None>>. Reason: The system cannot find the file specified."

 

The problem is, I can't find that update for Windows 2000. I know others have had this issue before, and have been pointed toward a 3.3GB download, which will not work for me.

 

Another Question: Do I install the extended core after installing the extended kernel (KB979683-v14c)?

 

And finally: What benefits are there to installing the extended kernel and core?

 

* MS12-052(KB2722913) requires roots update after 2012.

* Extended core can be installed always.

* Extended core is worked for XP Drivers and limit break 4G and CPU 2 cores, Extended kernel is worked for XP applications.


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I have mirrored KB2722913, please note that it requires the aforementioned roots update :) After installing this, you can proceed to install KernelEx, WMP10, etc.


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* MS12-052(KB2722913) requires roots update after 2012.

* Extended core can be installed always.

* Extended core is worked for XP Drivers and limit break 4G and CPU 2 cores, Extended kernel is worked for XP applications.

 

 

Thank you very much for the help. I'm using a Windows 2000 CD with integrated updates, so I guess it already has the roots after 2012.

 

 

I have mirrored KB2722913, please note that it requires the aforementioned roots update :) After installing this, you can proceed to install KernelEx, WMP10, etc.

 

Thank you very much, also. I installed that update, and after that the extended kernel installed just fine. Then I installed the extended core, and that worked out fine too.

 

WMP10? As in Windows Media Player 10? Also: Does anyone know which file contains the bitmaps for the boot screen? I would like to add some more black, in addition to what is already there with the extended kernel, to match my custom MSGina.dll.



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Thank you very much for the help. I'm using a Windows 2000 CD with integrated updates, so I guess it already has the roots after 2012.

 

 

Thank you very much, also. I installed that update, and after that the extended kernel installed just fine. Then I installed the extended core, and that worked out fine too.

 

WMP10? As in Windows Media Player 10? Also: Does anyone know which file contains the bitmaps for the boot screen? I would like to add some more black, in addition to what is already there with the extended kernel, to match my custom MSGina.dll.

 

 

Hi. I forgot to tell you.

You should install MS13-028 is better than MS12-052.

and enabled QFE mode.

http://blog.livedoor...es/1710658.html

 

After install extended kernel , you can install 2014 rootsupdate.

 

There is WMP 10 installer for Windows 2000 which I migrated.


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Hey im new to this form i had windows 2000 professinal since its release and havent changed since and i think you are doing a brilliant job blackwingcat and was wondering could you make a intel centrino n130 pro wireless driver for windows 2000 i have the lastest extended kernel running and i just need that driver because i know there is not one anywhere if you could it would be a huge help i dont need a utility just the driver hope you reply soon much thanks.

 

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Edited by Bardock1992, 03 June 2014 - 06:57 PM.


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I'm having a bit of an issue that's been very annoying lately. Randomly I'll get a blue screen which reads as error code 0x000000D1 Address B4EBE7DA Base at  B4EB7000 and the file in question is tcpip.sys. If I remember correctly, wasn't this file changed in KernelEx? Does this look like it could've been modded by you, BWC?


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