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  2. DrWho3000

    Microsoft security essentials and Windows XP

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ClamWin_Free_Antivirus it doesnt rank very good 43/55
  3. deomsh

    Audio driver for Realtek HD Audio Hardware?

    @DAVE-H: Thanks. As far I can see only four lines in HDAICOUT.HDA are needed for your Supermicro X7DAL-E server board. My assumption is that Pin widget 014 is hardwired to your Output Jack (according the data sheet that should be 'normal', but Motherboard manufacturers sometimes have other idea's). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ HDAICOUT.HDA ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Begin $2017FF00; CODEC RESET Function group 2 $2017FF00; CODEC RESET DOUBLE ! $21470740;AC_VERB_SET_PIN_WIDGET_CONTROL;out_enable $2143B000;AC_VERB_SET_AMP_GAIN_MUTE;unmute_output End ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This version of HDAICOUT.HDA will ONLY work with following settings in HDACFG.INI: OutputWidget=$02 and VolumeWidget=$0C. They should be already there in your HDACFG.INI. Maintaining SleepingWidget=$02 will do no harm. For convenience I attach above HDAICOUT.HDA as version 201, including a small Easter Egg. You will find it if you read the last part of the file. Dave-H_ALC883_Hdaicout.hda.201 BTW: this version is NOT designed for all possible ALC883 codec implementations!
  4. OK, here is the log. I am running Windows 10, not Vista: This file is automatically generated by HFSLIP Use of HFSLIP for anything other than personal non-commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. Copyright(C) TommyP 2005-2010 ====================HOW TO REPORT A PROBLEM AND GENERAL INFO=================== If running into problems, refer to http://hfslip.org/support.html HFSLIP support forum: http://msfn.org/board/index.php?showforum=129 Updated hotfix lists: http://www.msfn.org/board/windows-updates-t126410.html =============================================================================== Host OS - Windows Vista HFSLIP Version - 1.0.2 (161119.1) HFSLIP Path - C:\HFSLIP2K\ OS in SOURCESS - Windows 2000 Professional SP4 English MSIE Version - 2KIE6 DirectX - DirectX9 Slipstreamed Drivers - DRIVER.CAB Updated CD Install Path - Default CDTAG - CDROM_NT.5 =============================================================================== Files in your HF folder: directx_feb2010_redist.exe EUupdate.EXE IE6.0SP1-KB2817183-WINDOWS2000-X86-ENU.EXE IE6.0sp1-KB302224-x86-ENU.exe IE6.0sp1-KB834158-x86-ENU.exe ie6.0sp1-kb885258-windows-2000-xp-x86-enu.exe IE6.0sp1-KB893627-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe IE6.0sp1-KB900732-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe IE6.0sp1-KB905495-Windows2000-x86-ENU.exe KB832414_MSXML2.5_x86.exe kb888111w2ksp4.exe MDAC_TYP.EXE MDAC281-KB927779-x86-ENU.exe MPSetup.exe msxml2.msi msxml2sp6-kb887606-x86-enu.exe msxml4-KB2758694-enu.exe msxml6-KB2957482-enu-x86.exe OE6.0sp1-KB978542-Windows2000-x86-ENU.exe q318234.exe q325666.exe q331485.exe q816362.exe Q818383_W2K_SP5_X86_EN.exe Q818455_W2K_SP5_X86_EN.exe Q818888_W2K_SP5_X86_EN.exe Q819249_W2K_SP5_X86_EN.exe Q819628_W2K_SP5_X86_EN.exe q824220.exe Q830849.exe rvkroots.exe scripten.exe sct10en.exe SERVICNT.EXE TTFPAK.EXE W2KSP4_EN.EXE Webfldrs-KB892211-ENU.exe WINDOWS2000-DIRECTX9-KB2780091-X86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB180410-v2-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB2347290-x86-custom-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB2483185-x86-custom-ENU.EXE WINDOWS2000-KB2570947-X86-CUSTOM-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB273826-x86-INTL.exe Windows2000-KB285369-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB323074-x86-ENU.exe 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WindowsXP-KB3146963-x86-Embedded-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB3198218-x86-Embedded-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB906569-v2-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB940350-v2-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB950982-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB951978-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB953024-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB954193-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB954920-v2-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB957495-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB959334-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB960071-v2-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB961451-v2-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB970063-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-KB982665-x86-ENU.exe WindowsXP-WindowsMedia-KB975558-x86-ENU.exe wmfdist.exe wmp6cdcs.exe Files in your HFCABS folder: _IE6_HFSLIP.CAB _IE6b_HFSLIP.CAB _OE6_HFSLIP.CAB BRANDING.CAB IEW2K_1.CAB IEW2K_2.CAB IEW2K_3.CAB IEW2K_4.CAB Jun2010_D3DCompiler_43_x86.cab Jun2010_d3dcsx_43_x86.cab Jun2010_d3dx10_43_x86.cab Jun2010_d3dx11_43_x86.cab Jun2010_d3dx9_43_x86.cab Jun2010_XACT_x86.cab Jun2010_XAudio_x86.cab MAILNEWS.CAB OEEXCEP.CAB WAB.CAB Files in your HFGUIRUNONCE folder: UPHClean-Setup.msi Files in your HFSVCPACK folder: IE6.0sp1-KB834158.reg IE6.0sp1-KB893627.reg Windows2000-KB830407.reg Windows2000-KB889330.reg Windows2000-KB890466.reg Windows2000-KB891861-v2.reg Windows2000-KB958470.reg Files in your HFSVCPACK_SW1 folder: MDAC253-KB927779-x86-ENU.exe ocsasnfix.exe Windows2000-DirectX9-KB975560-x86-ENU.exe Windows2000-KB839161-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB896081-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB896414-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB899591-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB923561-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-KB973904-x86-ENU.EXE Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB952069-x86-ENU.exe Windows2000-WindowsMedia-KB977816-x86-ENU.exe Windows-KB909520-v1.000-x86-ENU.EXE Files in your HFSVCPACK_SW2 folder: IE6.0sp1-KB830394-Windows2000-x86-ENU.exe q326912.exe rootsupd.exe windowsmedia9-kb817885-x86-enu.exe Files in your HFTOOLS folder: 7za.exe boot.bin Defrag.cmd HFSLIP_POST_Defrag.cmd mkisofs.exe PEChecksum.exe Files in your HFAAO folder: netfx11.cab netfx20.cab Files in your HFEXPERT folder: C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\FONTS\ARIALN.TTF C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\FONTS\ARIALNB.TTF C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\FONTS\ARIALNBI.TTF C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\FONTS\ARIALNI.TTF C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\acctres.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\gdiplus.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\mapistub.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\msconv97.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\msvbvm60.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\posix.exe C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\psxrun.exe C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\psxss.exe C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\url.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\usp10.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\wab32res.dll C:\HFSLIP2K\HFEXPERT\WIN\SYSTEM32\winhttp.dll Files in your REPLACE folder: ===============================================================================
  5. tomasz86

    Unofficial SP 5.2 for Microsoft Windows 2000 (WIP)

    Please let me know once you try again. The thing is that that experimental version is/was also called "1.0.2", although the structure of the final log file would be a little different. If you can still find the log file, I would like to have a look at it.
  6. MSE is not much of a loss. It is/was possible to try to get a virus intentionally and have MSE fail. This had been documented on sites that compared it to other virus scanners and it showed to be weak. To be 100% honest I do not know how to actually get a virus aside from downloading sketchy cracks off the darkweb and trying to install pirated software that had been infected, I don't know how you can actually get a virus on XP. I suppose there is a threat of opening email attachments and getting a virus, but honestly you should know better to do that if you are so worried about it in the 1st place. Moving forward Clam Win is going to be the best option for XP.
  7. Windows 2000

    How many will continue using XP?

    Speaking of usable internet, why doesn't YouTube load okay since yesterday on Chrome with modified user agent?
  8. Looking at the log in the ISO, I did use 1.0.2 from the FullPack, and it does indicate that DX9 and IE6 were slipstreamed. I'll have to try using it again.
  9. JFX

    WinNTSetup v3.9.4

    @click-click These are just the GUI options on the Ready? GUI. The last 3 should be 0 or 1. You just add all options in the WinNTSetup.ini there is no wimlib.ini. @SteveSi On XP Tab you need to right click on the source button to select an ISO.
  10. Today
  11. I have noticed with alot of videos on facebook, will not play properly seems to be no sound or instead of playing on newsfeed, it goes to the theatre and doesnt play. not sure why some vids play on newsfeed and some goto the theatre (opens a window) yes I have spkrs and are on lol I have all the relevant files in Mozilla folder in correct places, and the about:config has correct strings and booleans wondered if anyone else has seen or noticed it I wonder if it is the way the videos are encoded or maybe borked when uploaded, or they way it was recorded , I would off thought they are mostly mp4
  12. DrWho3000

    Microsoft security essentials and Windows XP

    is it or would it be possible to put the file(s)extracted with 7zip (mpengine.dll and mpsigstub.exe.) or whatever relevant files straight into the Antimalware folder
  13. SteveSi

    WinNTSetup v3.9.4

    Can I install XP from Windows 10 PE using an XP ISO as the source within the 'XP' tab form? The only way I can do it is to first go to the Win10 tab and select the XP ISO so it is mounted as a virtual drive and then go to the XP tab and select the virtual XP CD. I have found that winnt32.exe does not work under Win10 PE - it complains about a 'Basic disk' http://reboot.pro/topic/22004-problem-installing-xp-using-win10pe-and-win10-diskpart/ So using WinNTSetup to install XP from an ISO is useful when booting to WinPE10...
  14. alacran

    WinNTSetup v3.9.4

    @JFX Thanks very much for the info, it will be very usefull. alacran
  15. click-click

    WinNTSetup v3.9.4

    @JFX I keep forgetting what some of the WinNTSetup ini values do or mean. I assume they are related to the command line switches. Are these explained anywhere or could you briefly explain the different values below? [WinNT6\READY] OEM=\sources\$OEM$ BCD= (0, 1, 2, ?, ?) BootSect=(0, 1, 2, ?, ?) Win7USBBoot=(0. 1, ?, ?) AddOtherOS=(0 ,1, ?, ?) Also where is the wimlib.ini supposed to be put if you enable using wimlib as stated in the ReadME. for wimlib - in \Tools with the other ini files? [Options] UseWimLIB=1
  16. tomasz86

    Unofficial SP 5.2 for Microsoft Windows 2000 (WIP)

    I did some testing and here is what I have found. Everything slipstreams and installs correctly when using the official version of HSFLIP 2000, which at the moment is version 1.0.2, which is also included in the FullPack package. Using my test version of HSLIP 2000 which I talked about sometime 2 years ago (i.e. the one which greatly sped up the integration process) results in a partially broken installation. I am not sure what exactly gets broken, but there is at least this IE and DX problem, and also the installer once asks something about installing unsigned drivers, which should not happen in an untouched, clean installation. I liked to use that version of HFSLIP 2000 for my testing because, well, it is so much faster, but I will not do it anymore. That version is currently available to download at my GitHub, but it is not advertised anywhere else otherwise. The FullPack uses just the standard version of HFSLIP 2000 as well. My question then is - @win32, did you happen to use the experimental version of HFSLIP 2000 by any chance? On the other hand, the problem with .NET is unrelated and I believe it is simply HFSLIP being unable to properly slipstream it. All the files are copied to the system folders correctly, but there is likely an error in the file registration and executing process. I will try to see if there exists any simple fix to this issue. In the worst case, I may simply end up disabling the automatic installation, and leaving only the manual installation through the Add/Remove Programs applet in the Control Panel. Right now I will very likely remove the broken experimental version of HFSLIP 2000 from GitHub, as I have not been working on it any longer. I actually do not want to do any more patchwork on HFSLIP, and I have some other ideas in mind for the future, so for now I will concentrate on bug fixes only.
  17. JFX

    WinNTSetup v3.9.4

    Well first make sure the installation has the wof driver installed. Best if you have installed that system with any of WinNTSetups compact option. Than start the compression: WofCompress -c:LZX -path:C:\ It will automatically use the exclusion list in WimBootReCompress.ini that WinNTSetup has placed in Windows\System32 folder. You can also use it to just compress any folder, if you want: WofCompress -c:LZX -a -path:D:\Programs
  18. bluebolt

    Antivirus for xp?

    Download link for BitDefender Free version 1.0.21.1109 for XP x86, great basic anti-virus engine: https://www.filehorse.com/download-bitdefender/26767/ I checked out the versions for XP x64, but they did not work: https://www.filehorse.com/download-bitdefender/old-versions/
  19. Mathwiz

    Missing email client in the Start Menu.

    I am disappointed that MailNews did not create the registry entries you need when you told it to become your default email client. But that only means that New Moon and MailNews work differently. New Moon does create registry entries under StartMenuInternet when you make it your default browser; I just tested it! That would work; the registry entries could also be written by an installer (but someone would have to write one) or by MailNews itself (but someone would have to patch it to do so). You asked why MailNews doesn't appear as a choice when customizing your start menu, but New Moon does. It seems clear that the reason is, New Moon added the appropriate registry entries; MailNews didn't. I don't know what else you're still wondering about....
  20. Mathwiz

    Microsoft security essentials and Windows XP

    Actually I think it's the same file. (M$ updates the definitions 2-3 times a day, so the third number keeps increasing.) The downloaded file can be opened with 7-Zip. It contains four malware definition files: a spyware definition "base" and "delta," and a virus definition base and delta. (It also contains two executable files: mpengine.dll and mpsigstub.exe.) On Windows 7, Windows Defender is antispyware only, so I'd assume it only uses the spyware definitions. You have to install MSE to get antivirus functionality. But I think on Windows 10, Windows Defender is both, and essentially replaces MSE.
  21. Yesterday
  22. Of course, silly me!
  23. Hello and welcome to the forums Technically speaking, @roytam1's New Moon 28 builds are being compiled from source snapshots derived from the master branch of the upstream UXP (= the application platform) repository: https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP/commits/master This is, more-or-less, similar with https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/master which gets synced with upstream before new binaries compilation... The exact source code from which the binaries are being compiled is best represented by the "custom" branch: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom which is official UXP + Roy's own changes... Given that the UXP master branch is being used for the compilation of the official Pale Moon "unstable" builds, https://www.palemoon.org/unstable/ simply put, New Moon releases are just forks of the official unstable Pale Moon update channel! But don't let the term "unstable" intimidate you one bit; Moonchild advises: so, to be on the safe side, just back-up your New Moon profile prior to updating your build (so you can restore it if something goes awry with the new build; you can always re-download a previous NM build from Roy's repository ); basically, just watch this thread and if something is broken with the release of a new NM28 build, it'll be reported and either fixed quickly via a re-issued build, or the "bug" will be properly addressed in the coming weekend's release... Personally, I've been using NM28 builds for many months, never have I suffered any data loss! I have no issue whatsoever with New Moon 28.5.0a1 while using the forum's post editor to submit/edit posts; but I'm not using No Script either... Adblocker used here is the "legacy" edition of uBlock Origin by gorhill, which works optimally with New Moon! No Script isn't just an adblocker but a more potent content-blocker, which has known issues with official Pale Moon and is not endorsed/recommended by Moonchild: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=19110 https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?p=140965#p140965 Dedicated thread: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=19119 However, I understand several members here do use it with NM28, so perhaps it's them that should advise you better on how to tailor its settings to best accommodate the forum's post editor... Sometimes, it's not enough to simply disable No Script on a site for its effect to go away; you may have to temporarily disable the extension in about:addons and restart the browser or, even, have to uninstall it completely to test things; I would start by creating a new clean New Moon 28 profile and test there how the forum behaves; often times, the cause of issues is No Script conflicts with other(s) installed extension(s); you have to troubleshoot this yourself... Best greetings
  24. I didn't talk about direct access, but about using a webproxy. I used http://proxycrime.com to have at least a sort of access. Good rendering is a different issue, although Opera has always User mode as ultimate remedium.
  25. I found Panda to be very similar to Avast when I tried it a while ago. This is off-topic for this thread anyway, which is specifically about MSE, not possible alternatives to it which is a discussion that could go on for many pages! There's are threads all about XP-compatible AV and security programs here and here. (The second thread is specifically about Avast).
  26. DrWho3000

    Microsoft security essentials and Windows XP

    If in an event ther eis No workround to get MSE defs again, what would be a lightweight friendly AV, alot I had in past like Avira, Avast wasn;t too kind and threw false positives. Norton embeds into system too much and Mcaffee is a No go, what about Black Ice or Panda
  27. dencorso

    Microsoft security essentials and Windows XP

    Well, for the moment, the safest thing to do is to stick with v. 1.291.2489.0 It may be. Than again, it may not. We simply don't know yet. However, if it validates its signature files every time it uses them for a scan, then we'll be in deep waters. If, however, it validates the files only at install/update time, we've got a good chance of bypassing that.
  28. I'm not taking about the old XP Windows Defender, but the one that comes with Windows 10. A very different animal, but it may still share the same definition files with MSE.
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