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KernelEx Compatible Updates

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Here is a list of files throughout this topic.

If you can keep the first post updated with the list, it will be much easier in the future. Thanks :thumbup

MSPAINT.EXE 5.1.2600.5918

MSXML3.DLL 8.100.1052.0

QUARTZ.DLL 6.5.1.914

NOTEPAD.EXE 5.1.2600.5512

VC_R_9X.EXE

WORDPAD.EXE 5.00.2195.7155

USBVIEW.EXE 2.0.1.0

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If you can keep the first post updated with the list, it will be much easier in the future.

+1 :thumbup

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MSXML3.DLL 8.100.1052.0

I already added it to the list. :thumbup

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NOTEPAD.EXE 5.1.2600.5512

I already added it to the list. :thumbup

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I'll keep the list updated on the top of the trhead.

Let's hope that there will be more entries because 3 out of 7 are applications, not realy system updates.

But it's a good start! ;)

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I'll keep the list updated on the top of the trhead.

Let's hope that there will be more entries because 3 out of 7 are applications, not realy system updates.

But it's a good start! ;)

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I hope the KernelEX users has more files to post. Once I add this option its close curtains.

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I did a lot of photo editing with mspaint (win 98) about 10 years ago. I noticed that when I did rezising of photos in xp, the quality was not as good as with win 98 (mostly shrinking 50%). So I made sure to never use xp mspaint for this.

Maybe xp mspaint is better in some other ways, but I prefer win 98 mspaint because of this "discovery"...

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Maybe it's simply due to the JPG compression level the of the new image which is different in w98 and XP?

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Maybe it's simply due to the JPG compression level the of the new image which is different in w98 and XP?

Nope, I always did this on bitmap-format (.bmp).

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As I know, Windows 98 mspaint saves only BMP, not JPG.

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but theres filters for win9x mspaint to allow it saving as .jpg

thats probably included during office installation.

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These files work. I tried to get them to run without KernelEx, but I was unsuccessful :}

MSXML4.DLL 4.30.2117.0 MSXML 4.0 SP3

MSXML4R.DLL 4.30.2100.0 MSXML 4.0 SP3

MSXML6.DLL 6.20.2502.0 MSXML 6.0 SP2

MSXML6R.DLL 6.0.3883.0 MSXML 6.0 SP2

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