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  1. 6 points
    kb3124624-v2: Fixes: CVE-2020-1035, CVE-2020-1058, CVE-2020-1060, CVE-2020-1093,CVE2020-0674(0 Day),CVE2019-1429(0 Day) kb4056941v2: Fixes: CVE-2020-0938(0day), CVE-2020-1020(0day) https://ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=22749
  2. 6 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win32-git-20200509-670d30e-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win64-git-20200509-670d30e-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom IA32 Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win32-git-20200509-670d30e-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod-ia32.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/ia32 NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win32-git-20200509-9dd13274b-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win64-git-20200509-9dd13274b-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes since my last build: - Issue #1531 - Work around GCC 10 defaulting to -fno-common in media/ffvpx/libavcodec/ (4ecfad8e5) - Issue #1449 - Implement URLSearchParams's sort() (ea491d038) - Issue #1517 - Remove dom.event.highrestimestamp.enabled pref (ca826767f) - Issue #1450 - Remove NVidia 3D-Vision utils (6980b8079) - Issue #457 - Fix warning about inline nsINode::GetFlattenedTreeParentNodeForStyle being undefined (f63b86a46) - Issue #1259 - Remove a leftover GMP migration function (da375ebed) - Merge pull request #1534 from adeshkp/gmp-migration-leftover (e0ddf8122) - Merge pull request #1532 from adeshkp/patch-15 (257e62db9) - Issue #1451 - Split out ICU data file on Windows (518efb215) - Prevent the existance of dangling pointers upon failure of FindDataStart. (b378ddaac) - [js] Record load in MCreateThis alias set. (f5c2775a6) - [devtools] Port various upstream fixes (c0401ee70) - [dom] Reorder some calls to improve memory safety (789146fb7) - [WebRTC] Port some upstream sctp fixes (cc2f6543b) - [XPFE] Properly anchor XUL windows when tearing down (3c38a37ac) - Hyperbola IceDove should use the toolkit SearchService (7c779d875) - Issue #1536 - Part 1: Add timecode checking for the WebM parser (c31fe286b) - Issue #1536 - Part 2: Parse content to decide whether it's a media segment. (7e1f4f430) - Issue #1536 - Part 3: Parse content to decide whether it's an init segment. (823eca65a) My UXP changes since my last build: - Reverted Issue #1259 - Remove a leftover GMP migration function (da375ebed) Official Basilisk changes since my last build: - Update back-end branch pointer (2de1b32) - [AM] Clean up addon-signing build leftovers. (670d30e) No official Pale-Moon changes since my last build.
  3. 5 points
    KernelEX 4.5.2 Microsoft Layer for Unicode MSLU: unicows.dll (version 1.1.3790.0) Latest Updates: Update24c Kexbasen.dll and Kexbases.dll Update19delta KernelEx.dll Update18(beta) Kexcom.dll, verify.exe and VKrnlEx.vxd Update21delta Sheet.dll and Core.ini 20i => Core.20i must be renamed to Core.ini psapi.dll and uxtheme.dll
  4. 4 points
    @dencorso : Methinks the above two posts are just outright "plug" attempts for the referenced payware software manufacturer ; new MSFN user @rryan22 has just subscribed 6 hours ago with the (apparent) sole intent of making those two posts... And while the country of origin has been declared as the UK, the quality of the English language used points more to a translation machine/web bot, e.g.: Just to be on the clear, I have nothing personal against payware (coders certainly have to make a living) or people without an adequate command of the English language (which is the default in these forums...). However, unless @rryan22 has personally tested every individual piece of payware software he has mentioned as the last one working on Vista/Win2k, then I'll continue to treat his posts as disguised advertisement attempts... BTW, should any of the claims made be true, why isn't a transparent approach of accessing those older, still payware, software versions offered?
  5. 4 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.6.win32-git-20200523-d6ba7ac-uxp-4d373c1d3-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.6.win64-git-20200523-d6ba7ac-uxp-4d373c1d3-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom IA32 Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.6.win32-git-20200523-d6ba7ac-uxp-4d373c1d3-xpmod-ia32.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/ia32 NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win32-git-20200523-a8f7300b9-uxp-4d373c1d3-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win64-git-20200523-a8f7300b9-uxp-4d373c1d3-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes since my last build: - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/thebes (0998c39f9) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/2d (dfa87279f) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/cairo (83b4235d8) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/config (2f5fb42c2) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/gl (eb67f101a) - Issue #80 - Fix gfx/thebes Windows conditional (d73bfc373) - Issue #80 - Split out GetShapedWord template function (8702b0ffb) - Issue #80 - Fix deps in gfxFont-Impl.h (a89818f5c) - Issue #1542 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Define JS_CODEGEN_MIPSXX by HAVE_64BIT_BUILD. (89097a9e5) - Issue #1542 - nsprpub: _PR_SI_ARCHITECTURE add missing mips64 (402bfbe48) - Bug 1394286 - mips64: fix error correction about stackpointer within function _NS_InvokeByIndex (ec7269ea5) - Bug 1344597 - Baldr: MIPS: Fix trap type of unsigned divide by zero (4e2559d92) - Bug 1323136 - wasm: MIPS: Do bounds check in 32-bit (4fc1cd556) - Bug 1323642 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Fix load unsigned 48-bit immediate (a78f517c4) - Bug 1323646 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Fix range checking in ma_addTestOverflow (2a6e16fba) - Issue #1542 - IonMonkey: MIPS32: Fix build error on O32 platform. (26178ba97) - [IonMonkey] MIPS: Import small optimizations from load & store (001c41612) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Make jit code in same 256 MB-aligned region (22a4c154b) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Replace long jumps by mixed jumps. (a141af108) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Merge Assembler::bind. (1a61c518b) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Merge MacroAssembler::ma_jal. (6b56185c0) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Merge MacroAssembler::branchWithCode. (98620e3c1) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Handle conditional branch in out of line code of mixed jump. (8055c99af) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Refactor PatchWrite_NearCall. (79834afa6) - Bug 1271968 - wasm: MIPS: Port mixed jump for wasm. (2501df819) - Bug 1271968 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Refactor addMixedJump. (b878a54a2) - Bug 1390459 - mulby3 function implement error on mips platform (ebc0e5503) - Bug 1424978 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Fix ma_addTestCarry (24d8c2502) - Bug 1424978 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Fix ma_store_unaligned (ef3af7ce7) - Bug 1390802 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Fix storeValue function (55897f06c) - Bug 1424978 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Fix boxValue function (4e8c369b2) - Bug 1424978 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Fix tagValue function (d032fb8df) - Bug 1424978 - IonMonkey: MIPS64: Fix unboxNonDouble for Int32 (574d071b5) - Bug 1430693 - IonMonkey: MIPS: Fix generic NaN for legacy mips (IEEE 754-1985) (53662b791) - Bug 1441521 : [MIPS] Optimize comparation with small constants (9679f714f) - Bug 1330942 - move MemoryAccessDesc::isUnaligned to the ARM/MIPS platform layer (77544de5d) - Bug 1412030 - [MIPS] Emit wasm memory access information (32a4d5c41) - Bug 1384826 - Media: WebRTC: Fix build config for MIPS (fee5da8d1) - Issue #1542 - [WebRTC] Don't use post proc on MIPS (3b1aec2e6) - Issue #1542 - [WebRTC] Set CPU speed to -1 on MIPS (7ce1ea0a4) - Bug 1426323 - Media: WebRTC: Fix build config for MIPS64 (088685a82) - Issue #1542 - [mtransport] Fix unaligned memory allocation in r_memory (5cfe1d902) - Bug 1430745 - IPC: Fix unaligned accesses in DirReaderLinux (052a03595) - Issue #80 - de-unify and fix up gfx/graphite2 (f05391a69) - Issue # 80 - Fix up gfx/2d/DataSurfaceHelpers (3b6fd3b6c) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/harfbuzz (7286d6ecf) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/ipc (836aa7053) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/ots (28c5a0844) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/skia and stop using dangerous opts (6ca94dc20) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/src (2e986f314) - Issue #80 - De-unify gfx/ycbcr (16ca000ca) - Issue #80- De-unify gfx/layers (9cb4884a7) - Issue #80 - Fix up gfx/ipc and gfx/src for Linux. (a72156b87) - Issue #80 - Include gfx/Logging.h in NativeFontResourceMac.cpp (fc7329902) - Issue #80 - Include gfxEnv.h in gfx/gl/GLLibraryEGL.cpp (1dc5599a7) - Issue #80 - De-unify editor/composer (0754b0bc4) - Issue #80 - De-unify editor/libeditor (80fc6e92e) - Issue #80 - De-unify editor/txmgr and editor/txtsvc (a5d2b7130) - Merge pull request #1552 from g4jc/deunify_patch (9cdc2b9ab) - Merge pull request #1551 from adeshkp/patch-17 (4cfbcc498) - Merge pull request #1550 from MoonchildProductions/deunify_gfx (a20f130de) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/base (922f9b4f5) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/cache (798f491ab) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/cache2 (16d66edc2) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/cookie (53e5d6373) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/dns (364e44a4a) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/ipc (5966f18f4) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/protocol/about (5fa34da0b) - Issue #80 - De-unify smaller netwerk/protocol components (5f86cd25f) - Merge pull request #1553 from MoonchildProductions/deunify_editor (3da22ea94) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/protocol/ftp (243850386) - Merge branch 'master' into deunify_netwerk (72d77237e) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/protocol/res (3686a289c) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/protocol/http (539fb0aea) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/socket (3c05cc907) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/srtp (7db74bdc3) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/streamconv (822f8dad9) - Issue #80 - De-unify netwerk/wifi (efa5796d5) - Issue #80 - Add nsSocketTransportService2.h to ThrottleQueue.cpp (8f57507dd) - Issue #80 - Include MDNSResponderOperator.h in libmdns/nsDNSServiceDiscovery.h for Mac (18c36ffcd) - Merge pull request #1555 from g4jc/deunify_netpatch (b48902c58) - Merge pull request #1556 from adeshkp/patch-18 (41757ae2c) - Merge pull request #1554 from MoonchildProductions/deunify_netwerk (ffb32138c) - Merge pull request #1544 from FlyGoat/mips-upstream (750b4c3a1) - Issue #1538 - remove speech recognition engine (14f6f230d) - Revert "Merge pull request #1357 from athenian200/form-disabled-issue" (a965486fc) - Issue #1557 - Allow event dispatch on disabled form controls. (0a19762d3) - Merge pull request #1559 from athenian200/form-disabled-issue (5d6691e9d) - [printing] Fix build bustage with --disable-printing (ed8efdfab) - [permissions] Fix build bustage with --disable-permissions (4d373c1d3) Official Basilisk changes since my last build: - Issue MoonchildProductions/UXP#1538 - remove speech recognition (d6ba7ac) No official Pale-Moon changes since my last build.
  6. 4 points
    Always remember Dibya that those criticising your work, usually unjustifiably as the issues have been caused by them, almost certainly wouldn't have been able in their wildest dreams to do what you've done. Please don't let a few id*** stop you sharing your work, the vast majority really appreciate your efforts I promise!
  7. 4 points
    Well, I finally have some definitive news to share concerning KB4507704; unfortunately, it's not the news I was hoping for. After much digging, I have come to learn from a credible source that Microsoft did indeed produce KB4507704 for Windows XP Embedded POSReady 2009. The notification stating it is available for POSReady 2009 through the methods listed in it's support article is, obviously, inaccurate because Microsoft never followed through with their official formal process of releasing KB4507704 for POSReady 2009 through Windows Update, WSUS or the update catalog. As it stands now, because POSReady 2009 has reached EOS, the only way to gain access to it is to open a paid support ticket with Microsoft in order to get it released, despite them being the ones who published the erroneous information in the first place. Unbelievable. So there you have it. All the speculation and theories put forth here have proven to be correct. Thank you and good work everyone! Not to worry though, if you're a Microsoft Premier Support subscriber/member/partner, you undoubtedly already have KB4507704 (along with all the other security and non-security updates released over the past year) installed on your Windows XP/POSReady 2009 systems. For us franchisees of the Casablancan Supermarket chain, thankfully we have been graciously provided with a custom registry fix by win32 to help us not only accomplish the same thing as KB4507704 but with the added benefit that it can also be applied to all NT 5.x OSes. Finally, I would just like to close by saying that Microsoft should be ashamed of themselves for continuing to have information publicly available on their own website(s) that give the impression this update is easily obtained from methods we've been accustomed to utilizing over the years. If they aren't going to ultimately release KB4507704 for POSReasdy 2009 to the update catalog, then at the very least they should correct the information on their support page(s) to reflect this. Tsk. Tsk.
  8. 4 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win32-git-20200502-4b386cb-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win64-git-20200502-4b386cb-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom IA32 Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win32-git-20200502-4b386cb-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod-ia32.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/ia32 NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win32-git-20200502-9dd13274b-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win64-git-20200502-9dd13274b-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes since my last build: - Issue #80 - De-unify /layout/build (565339e03) - Issue #80 - De-unify /layout/ipc (46e31c3d9) - Issue #80 - De-unify /layout/tools/layout-debug/src (4187fbb2e) - Issue #80 - De-unify /layout/inspector (aab8d83f0) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/offline (38bb18bc2) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/broadcastchannel (d34a91958) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/permission (c5e4fd844) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/time (77f879e74) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/storage (480d9a30e) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media/wave (cecc77ae6) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media/mediasink (735a7eb9f) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media/encoder (24607dc82) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media/ogg (f3206baa8) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media/mp3 (b913c9ba8) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media/flac (0f7b0f690) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media/webm (9c1defdf1) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/console (9d165d527) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/worklet (e8ab6cfbc) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/jsurl (1c6b659b7) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/mathml (bf73b360a) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/power (44ed6d09e) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/u2f (b8b7c3acf) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/json (153a42751) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/encoding (a87349027) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/url (cb5549911) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/notification (f59fb63b1) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/audiochannel (272ac91cb) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/messagechannel (18ff59c25) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/animation (e8f532de4) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/archivereader (cd3935494) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/cache (79f126e54) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/forms (e43694ded) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/mathml (1bc8205ee) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/canvas (006fbfd55) - Make application moz.configure file optional and set application/xulrunner as the default platform build_app (7fc868a36) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (a8e22cb6a) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/crypto (d00311345) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/events (c3a868aa9) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/fetch (1169a0568) - Fix typo in dom/animation/CSSPseudoElement.cpp (baa390fab) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (df2beb06e) - Put Request.cpp and Response.cpp back into UNIFIED in dom/fetch due to linux linker errors (62c0cea34) - Issue #65 - Remove AppConstants from toolkit/prompts/content/tabprompts.xml (cbef19843) - Issue #756 - Remove IdentityService and ContextualIdentityService (b35bc6887) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/filehandle (0edde46e1) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/filesystem (2def229da) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/gamepad (244539413) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/geolocation (f7ee7bf96) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/grid (fd1e35f8d) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/network (bbe050379) - [AM] Clean up addon-signing build leftovers. (37f2b54dc) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/html (ceb7889c5) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/indexedDB (d95fb4f24) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/ipc (c9bde0ff2) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media part 1 (b5b62d841) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media part 2 (2bfcaa29a) - Revert "Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media part 1" (400e9018f) - Revert "Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media part 1" (6f37b2107) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media part 1 (updated reland) (347f3bae7) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/media part 3 (54e4a32da) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/performance (484e7e65a) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/plugins/base (f7670e6f5) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/plugins/ipc (bbdf84dd3) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/push (822533971) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/quota (f2e99fecf) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/security (eb8a6523b) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/smil (ea14415e4) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/svg (915df3466) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/system (8a872916b) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/workers (553cc9bbb) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/xbl (4b7155deb) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/xhr (13eacee0a) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/xml (a6d34b3fc) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/xslt (0e27cb13c) - Issue #80 - De-unify dom/xul (ea58beb4c) - Issue #80 - Include nsIContentInlines.h in dom/svg/SVGTests.cpp to fix linux bustage (e2f88ae0b) - Issue #80 - Fix includes in dom/media/platforms for Mac build (d99fc2ead) - Issue #80 - Include D3DMessageUtils.h in dom/plugins/ipc for Mac build (3e63479f3) - Merge pull request #1523 from adeshkp/deunify_dom (b65343666) - Add Unused.h to dom/media/webrtc/MediaTrackConstraints.cpp (756162415) - Merge pull request #1522 from MoonchildProductions/deunify_dom (7a9c933a2) - Issue #80 - Fix include in dom/media for Pale Moon builds. (521f6fb61) - Issue #80 - Fix includes in dom/media/platfoms for Mac build (b1c87bea4) - Issue #80 - Fix include in dom/quota (802efaedc) - Issue #80 - Add Unused.h to dom/gamepad for Mac build (adbbcd51c) - Merge pull request #1524 from adeshkp/deunify_dom_2 (3b83de997) - Issue #80 - Resolve issues with compiling on insane gcc configurations with no optimizations in dom/ (f1f9fdabf) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/base (ad0a976f2) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/PITA... I mean layout/generic (192d2e07c) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/printing (a78a87502) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/style (ae707c8db) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/svg (6e8e1b36d) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/tables (4aafee310) - Issue #80 - De-unify layout/xul and tree, grid (e11620a0f) - Issue #80 - Resolve issues with compiling on insane gcc configurations with no optimizations in layout/ (18b2328bb) - Issue #80 - Include nsIContentInlines.h in layout/base/PositionedEventTargeting.cpp (0c175b93c) - Merge pull request #1526 from MoonchildProductions/deunify_layout (2375e5ebe) My UXP changes since my last build: - Reverted Issue #756 - Remove IdentityService and ContextualIdentityService (b35bc6887) Official Basilisk changes since my last build: - Issue MoonchildProductions/UXP#756 - Remove identity from manifest (1e30ce7) - Merge pull request #14 from adeshkp/patch-1 (4b386cb) My Basilisk changes since my last build: - Reverted Issue MoonchildProductions/UXP#756 - Remove identity from manifest (1e30ce7) Official Pale-Moon changes since my last build: - Issue #1737 - Part 1: Clean up base/content p.1 (aedb59869) - Issue #1737 - Part 2: Clean up base/content p.2 (a94632694) - Issue #1737 - Part 3: Clean up base/content p.3 (5812233ae) - Merge branch 'master' into Tidy-js (946bb4c20) - Issue #1737 - Part 4: Scope gXPInstallObserver.observe case statements. (b84f14701) - Issue #1737 - Part 5: Fix some typoes so the browser doesn't explode. (7a7efaed4) - Update to prevent duplicate icons (13e185c1a) - Merge branch 'master' into Tidy-js (e5e4c1d78) - Issue #1737 - Part 6: Re-tidy browser-gesturesupport.js after merge (2a4b6442d) - Issue #1737 - Part 7: Tidy components/*.js (025ab101a) - Issue #1737 - Part 8: Phase 1 proofread + adjust for updated code style (64491bdbd) - Issue #1737 - Address nits. (0dad56589) - Merge pull request #1780 from MoonchildProductions/Tidy-js (ee814152a) - [AM] Clean up add-on signing build leftovers (ec1dd6965) - Update back-end branch pointer (unstable 2020-04-25) (cf4a2236b) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/Pale-Moon (495183b71) - Copy default userChrome and userContent examples to profile (a5235e97b) - Show private indicator on OS X if no MOZ_CAN_DRAW_IN_TITLEBAR (#1784) (9b8a5eb68) - Merge pull request #1779 from blipk/patch-1 (9dd13274b) My Pale-Moon changes since my last build: - bump PM version
  9. 3 points
    No, "basic" electric tape can "resist" those tempoerature, but it will become a mess (the adhesive part). You want so-called Kapton tape (for permanent protection). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kapton If the issue is thermal paste smearing, put less paste or use a masking with common painter/bodywork paper tape (and remove it once it's done). jaclaz
  10. 3 points
    New build of BOC/UXP for XP! Test binary: MailNews Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/mailnews.win32-20200516-8150adea-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod.7z Browser-only Suite Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/bnavigator.win32-20200516-8150adea-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod.7z source patch (excluding UXP): https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/boc-uxp-src-xpmod-20191123.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Update platform commit pointer (6dbee77c) - Move navigator back to topsrcdir (228f33af) - Move mail back to topsrcdir (5a4c8aaa) - Move non-binary projects to topsrcdir (8150adea) -- New build of IceApe-UXP for XP! Test binary: https://o.rths.ml/gpc/files1.rt/iceape.win32-20200516-id-e9fb1af-ia-5ee5566-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod.7z
  11. 3 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.6.win32-git-20200516-670d30e-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.6.win64-git-20200516-670d30e-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/custom IA32 Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.6.win32-git-20200516-670d30e-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod-ia32.7z source code that is comparable to my current working tree is available here: https://github.com/roytam1/UXP/commits/ia32 NM28XP build: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win32-git-20200516-a8f7300b9-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.3a1.win64-git-20200516-a8f7300b9-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes since my last build: - Issue #21 - Remove TelemertyVFS (83ecae9ff) - Issue #1355 - Store the dirty rect on the display list builder rather than passing it as a parameter to BuildDisplayList (f102e7f80) - Issue #1355 - Preemptively fix build bustage for 1409114 (130df5da4) - Issue #1355 - Avoid unnecessary work in nsIFrame::BuildDisplayListForStackingContext() and nsIFrame::BuildDisplayListForChild() and Cleanup DescendIntoChild (58219fc21) - Issue #1355 - SetNeedToCalcHasBCBorders to true when initialize nsTableFrame (45b20c5e4) - Issue #1355 - Better way to create display items for column backgrounds (64ffe81c5) - Merge pull request #1535 from g4jc/VFS_telemetry_nuke (8b4180021) - Issue #1540 - Stop MP3 demuxer from choking on very small files. (bc4dacf69) - Issue #1355 - Fix the nit, remove nsPoint offset in nsFrame.cpp and change PresShellState member order (f9047ff63) - Issue #1589 - Ensure computed length and data is always available (42c1fcaae) - Merge pull request #1541 from athenian200/mp3-parser-fix (1659e69df) - Merge pull request #1537 from win7-7/column-backgrounds-pr-2 (221627575) - Issue #1543 - Align <img> with no src to the updated spec. (0f590122c) - Bump platform version. (39c7fd37d) - Issue #1545 - Fix border-radius on table row groups, rows, column groups, or columns (5b4ba9543) - Issue #1543 - Follow-up: avoid displaying the Alt text if an image is loading. (d3b19e64a) - Issue #457 - Silence some superfluous compiler warnings in cairo (97b89ab4b) - Merge pull request #1546 from win7-7/1375518-pr (f38ebb5f4) - issue #1547 - Correct z-ordering for some table parts and add reftests (ca50a5754) - Merge pull request #1548 from win7-7/1394226-pr (9cf4eca9a) My UXP changes since my last build: - update TwemojiMozilla.ttf to v13.0.0 based build. (4b52d14c0) - Reverted "Issue #1507 - Remove nsRefreshDriver's use of high res system timers. (7630b1c56)" (aaa64b964) No official Basilisk changes since my last build. Official Pale-Moon changes since my last build: - Update back-end branch pointer (unstable 2020-05-10) (a8f7300b9)
  12. 3 points
    Thanks for the heads up. I had uninstalled and delayed the update that originally broke aeroglass, and now I will delay it further. I wonder if BigMuscle was waiting to do an update until the May update came through. Those bigger biannual updates always break aeroglass. It would of been counterproductive to fix it a few weeks ago, only to have it break again when this month's update rolls out.
  13. 3 points
    Hi dencorso I'm sorry if you get offended or else , let me explain clearer why I posted such topic: - I choose that "imminent" term because 2004 isos are already available for some via msdn and bet people will try this early as they can for many people I guess - if you take all of my posts here since I'm registered to the forum , you will then notice I rarely complain about aeroglass and I highly respect BM to make it still functionnal ( you even find a funny post where I say time ago I found him very patient too , if I were him lol , I would have gave up for years to update AG because as you pointed out , many users complain blabla after windows updates . - I'm a high end user who like to mess with my rig for years ( not too old but not young since 1997 I started computing interest ) and I know how to be cautious or restore my whole system , but tis post was intended for those who complain ( seems you got it as one of them :/ ) - to summarize, it's not a complain post mostly because my main rig is stucked with 18362.628 so I already know with AG 1.5.13 will work for years and I don't understand most of complaints here because it is ALWAYS a known thing updates break AG as usual but people keep posting for their own lol Be sure this post is certainly about windows update but not to complain, just to warn inexperienced people and related to recent topics where the dll replacement were told to make AG work these late months for late 1903 & 1909 builds who would think it is still a fix under 2004 and sorry if you took as it. Regards
  14. 3 points
    When I was watching the news, I found this recent image of someone using a laptop running Vista with one of the last "XP" versions of Chrome. It was covered up at that airing but when the image aired earlier in the day the laptop's palmrest was shown with a "designed for Vista" sticker. Someone needs to tell them about New Moon and Serpent!!
  15. 3 points
    Out Adobe Flash Player v.32.0.0.371. As always, you can save the Flash file for installation. I personally have a habit of deleting the previous installation through the correct Flash Uninstaller:
  16. 3 points
    New build of BOC/UXP for XP! Test binary: MailNews Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/mailnews.win32-20200509-1e6c1379-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod.7z Browser-only Suite Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/bnavigator.win32-20200509-1e6c1379-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod.7z source patch (excluding UXP): https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/boc-uxp-src-xpmod-20191123.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - [CommTK] Preprocess strings for the profile manager so they make sense between applications (fd09ad4a) - Update platform commit pointer (1e6c1379) -- New build of IceApe-UXP for XP! Test binary: https://o.rths.ml/gpc/files1.rt/iceape.win32-20200509-id-e9fb1af-ia-5ee5566-uxp-823eca65a-xpmod.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Fix Search Service (e9fb1af) - Fix SearX Instance (5ee5566)
  17. 3 points
    Update for root certificates: Delete: CN = Microsoft ECC Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US CN = Microsoft EV ECC Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US CN = Microsoft EV RSA Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US CN = Microsoft RSA Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US Those using heinoganda's Cert_Updater.exe should run it ASAP. Others needing a redistributable rootsupd.exe should follow his instructions for creating their own, or PM at 5eraph for an updated EXE file.
  18. 3 points
    Wow, I thought I could get used to not having Aero Glass in time but without it I just keep losing windows over the top of other windows. Not only that, but some window chrome looks different than others. We know that'll be the case with Apps vs. Applications, but I'm also seeing it e.g., with the Pale Moon browser vs., e.g., a CMD window. The former has a dimmer single line of blue pixels around it than the latter when the window is current. Why is it so much to ask just to be able to see where the window edges are? I hate mediocrity. -Noel
  19. 3 points
    Update KB4501226 most likely was posted by mistake, out of habit. It was available within a day, after publication, so many people managed to download it. But due to the fact that the update has hidden the directory is periodically buggy and shows it again. It can still be downloaded by direct link from this message:
  20. 3 points
    New build of post-deprecated Serpent/moebius for XP! * Notice: This repo will not be built on regular schedule, and changes are experimental as usual. ** Current moebius patch level should be on par with 52.9, but some security patches can not be applied/ported due to source milestone differences between versions. Test binary: Win32 http://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk55-win32-git-20200502-bf9ce840e-xpmod.7z Win64 http://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk55-win64-git-20200502-bf9ce840e-xpmod.7z repo: https://github.com/roytam1/basilisk55 Repo changes: - import changes from `RFC6367' branch in UXP: - Issue #1462 - Part 3: Add Camellia-GCM capabilities to NSS (51e6c2cf4) - Issue #1462 - Part 4: Add Camellia-GCM suites to NSS (a0aae2586) - Issue #1462 - Part 5: Security manager changes for Camellia-GCM suites. (338888703) - Issue #1462 - Part 6: Don't mess with OIDs, that's a different spec. (d3594baa4) - Issue #1462 - Part 3b: Actually commit -all- the code, and fix space (f23b96fa7) (b39b2e65e) - fixup to previous commit: - reorder alg2Mech to match other related arrays - add back Camellia-GCM lines in ssl_bulk_cipher_defs[] - add Camellia-GCM SEC OID (5581d3275) - Move aom source to a sub-directory under media/libaom (17821a73f) - update libaom to rev c3040cd91cbfb1fb4283f121c617e2da37ce53c3 (without aom_util/aom_thread.h and aom_ports/aom_once.h) (887c7204a) - import changes from tenfourfox: - #593: M1613943 M1613765 M1614971 (e901c0a71) - #593: M1608256 (disable optimization) (6dc231866) - #593: M1608256 (and clean up code) (38794a041) - #593: update pins, TLDs, preloads (e2317e41e) - #596: update pins, HSTS, TLDs (85161d573) - #596: M1620203 (f1303f04c) - #596: update TLDs, HSTS (444a1c1fc) - #596: chemspill M1626728 1620818 (98aa66e3a) - #600: update TLDs, HSTS (692e730fa) (bf9ce840e) Changes that is not commited: - WIP freebl works on Camellia-GCM support - pref changes for disabling Camellia-GCM for release since it is not functional
  21. 3 points
    New build of BOC/UXP for XP! Test binary: MailNews Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/mailnews.win32-20200502-e315ed55-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod.7z Browser-only Suite Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/bnavigator.win32-20200502-e315ed55-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod.7z source patch (excluding UXP): https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/boc-uxp-src-xpmod-20191123.7z Official repo changes since my last build: - Update platform commit pointer (b056f3e2) - Remove application moz.configure files (337eaa70) - Update platform commit pointer (5abcc521) - Profile Switcher 1.2.0 (59fa87cd) - Update some navigator prefs (c8e78d9f) - Update platform commit pointer (dd1277c6) - Stop being an as***** when it comes to navigator's modern theme (18673b48) - Change the EULA button from Agree to Accept so that it makes sense with the EULA (e9d8730d) - Add Borealis Unstable branding (b0bb4f87) - Rename directory in navigator (9ef6af31) - [Navigator] Move search to components (1f6b2512) - [Navigator] Remove unused dup nsISidebar.idl (6c63334c) - [Navigator] Change the last of the Data Manager consumers to use their original managers (e5b9d969) - [Navigator] Remove the unused and inferior hang-prone Data Manager (ddb4f238) - [Comm] Move Profile Manager to the Communicator Toolkit (d376b633) - [Mail] Add the old Scratchpad to the blocklist (f31ff9c7) - [Mail] Use the communicator profile manager (3b02c71f) - [Comm] Use brandFullName for the wizard header (e315ed55) -- New build of IceApe-UXP for XP! Test binary: https://o.rths.ml/gpc/files1.rt/iceape.win32-20200502-id-088353e-ia-041bf6a-uxp-2375e5ebe-xpmod.7z
  22. 3 points
    I forgot about this thread! Last November, I was riding in a taxi in midtown Manhattan, NY (I don't live there; I was visiting from California), and came across this peculiar sight on the video screen: I'm pretty sure that whatever's driving the display is running XP, judging by the styling of the dialog box (all later versions look different). What makes it puzzling to me is that the taxi couldn't have been more than a couple years old, so why didn't they go with a newer system? c
  23. 2 points
    @oryan_dunn you got the wrong build, get this one instead - https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.6.win32-git-20200523-d6ba7ac-uxp-4d373c1d3-xpmod-ia32.7z
  24. 2 points
    What did you expect? Fireworks? Did you update the windows certificates with @heinoganda's certificates updater v.1.6?
  25. 2 points
    Regarding TLS in RetroZilla, note that Roytam1 released an unofficial build of RetroZilla with updated cipher support earlier this year: http://o.rths.ml/gpc/files1.rt/retrozilla-suite-tls12-20200131.7z You can extract the contents of this over an existing RetroZilla 2.2 installation to update it. This update appears to also make the about:config additions to manually enable certain ciphers unnecessary (those entries were no longer highlighted in bold after I installed the update). Roy also released a copy of K-Meleon 1.5.4 with the same updated cipher support; you can also extract this over an existing K-Meleon 1.5.4 installation (and replace k-meleon.exe with k-meleonW9x.exe): http://o.rths.ml/gpc/files1.rt/K-Meleon1.5.4en-US.tls12.7z
  26. 2 points
    This happens every time Windows does big updates. It breaks Aeroglass. It's been going on for years. It usually takes BigMuscle a month or two to fix Aeroglass so it works on the new version of Windows. I agree that he most likely didn't update after the last months update, because the big update was coming out this month. What's the point of starting to work on it if MS is going to break it again. He'll get there. I don't imagine the Coronavirus is making things easy either. Depending what problems it's causing for him, maybe it'll be a while
  27. 2 points
    There are some functions in ntdll.dll from KB2479629v3 that are not present in ntdll.dll from BlackWingCat's Extended Kernel v30e. I successfully added some of these functions to ntdll.dll from BlackWingCat's Extended Kernel v30e. Naming scheme: ntdllx#.dll # is my version number. ┌───────┐ │ Download │ └───────┘ Functions Added (x1): (Nt/Zw)OpenProcessTokenEx (Nt/Zw)OpenThreadTokenEx (Nt/Zw)IsProcessInJob (Nt/Zw)SetDebugFilterState ZwQueryDebugFilterState LdrDestroyOutOfProcessImage LdrCreateOutOfProcessImage RtlEncodePointer RtlDecodePointer RtlDecodeSystemPointer RtlEncodeSystemPointer RtlSetLastWin32Error New in x2: New Functions: RtlZombifyActivationContext RtlIsActivationContextActive CsrCaptureMessageMultiUnicodeStringsInPlace Fixes: ZwQueryDebugState does not use the same code as NtQueryDebugState (code in BWC dll and KB2479629v3 dll are different) (NtQueryDebugState is unmodified and ZwQueryDebugState uses code from KB2479629v3) Error in LdrCreateOutOfProcessImage fixed. Version number increased to 5.0.2195.7126
  28. 2 points
    It's a great idea. Adding all of those functions will certainly help with Process Hacker 2.x, which relies on many ntdll functions exclusive to XP and above. I wish I knew how to do this myself. I gave your file a spin and unfortunately, it does pose instability. Serpent 52 2020-02-08 gets quite unstable and has difficulty launching at times (though enabling multiprocess mode helps). Many sites have difficulty loading. Even an attempt at loading the task manager gave me a 0xc142 error though it opened on the next attempt. This is what a Serpent instance/tab did when it loaded. You should also bump up the version number, as both BWC's latest ntdll and yours are 5.00.2195.7125.
  29. 2 points
    https://mega.nz/file/510F0D5C#IA6TYIdyzURFlAZfGsU4XX1Q3cCyi70rfGEYe4KQlC8 OK, this one was simply taking the reg entry from Windows 10 (and removing the MUI references) since I still need to establish how the hex translates to time change date/times but it works.
  30. 2 points
    Welcome! We have another Belgian or two here, already :)
  31. 2 points
    Seems the workaround with replacing dll system ( DWMcore ) from previous builds ( see topics about ) doesn't work under imminent W10 May update ( windows 19041 aka 20h1 / 2004 ) and can brick your system at boot doing that .
  32. 2 points
    ... About the france.tv issue: Troubleshooting from outside of France: 1. Geo-block circumvention As one would expect, this is a media portal site which streams copyrighted audio-visual content, intended for a specific country/region (in this case France); I haven't bothered checking one of their LIVE streams (which are usually the ones most heavily protected against "illegal" access), but chose a VOD URL: https://www.france.tv/france-2/eurovision-europe-shine-a-light/1468469-emission-du-samedi-16-mai-2020.html They first check geo-location via https://player.webservices.francetelevisions.fr/v1/geoloc where they note the requesting client's timezone, plus they then check actual physical location via https://geoftv-a.akamaihd.net/ws/edgescape.json These APIs can't be fooled with an "X-Forwarded-For" request header hack, so to pretend to be in France you'll have to use a whitelisted French HTTPS/SOCKS proxy or a French VPN... One good source of "open/misconfigured" French proxies suitable for such tests is http://spys.one/free-proxy-list/FR/ I picked one with small latency and good speed (http://195.154.41.246:5836) and configured New Moon 28 to use it for all connections... 2. Actual testing I used the latest NM28 offering (package: palemoon-28.9.3a1.win32-git-20200516-a8f7300b9-uxp-9cf4eca9a-xpmod, buildID=20200515224638) with a new, pristine, profile. I verified the issue reported by @IXOYE with the French proxy in use; thankfully, the screenshot of the NM28 Error Console (btw, the poster was asked to provide Web Console logs, which would've been more verbose, better for troubleshooting) mentions "polyfill.io/v2" and this started ringing some bells... It turned out the "france.tv player" issue had been already previously reported in the upstream support forum: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=24269 and the cause is that sites still using the old polyfill.io/v2 library (the current is v3) break in Pale Moon (hence NM), because v2 doesn't detect NM's features well and chokes (more: https://forum.palemoon.org/search.php?keywords=polyfill) ... The workaround is to use a SSUAO for "cdn.polyfill.io" advertising latest Mozilla Firefox: general.useragent.override.cdn.polyfill.io;Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:75.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/75.0 This fixes the issue for me, at least on NM28 and a VOD: However, be warned that the SSUAO suggested above, while it does fix the france.tv issue, it may break other websites which also use polyfill.io, especially if they have upgraded to its version 3... FWIW, NM28 is being served by france.tv player MPEG-DASH unencrypted (no DRM) streams, which are also geo-fenced at the manifest/CDN level ; one MPD manifest I managed to sniff is of the template: https://cloudreplayfrancetv.akamaized.net/7400cc4850ce5/229118575_france-domtom_TA.ism/manifest.mpd?hdnea=exp=1589845397~acl=%2f7400cc4850ce5%2f229118575_france-domtom_TA.ism*~hmac=79fe0976ca3c2982afbf17e1ba2e4d06255857c968f01229a33f37cb5c712cd9 If/when france.tv move to full encryption/DRM, requiring current Widevine support in the browser, then it'd be game-over for XP/Vista users, because latest widevine DLLs require Win7 as a bare minimum...
  33. 2 points
    You must be joking. It belongs to self-evident truths that Windows 2000 has been the best MS OS ever. this is the updated link to the MS-chess game rules I invented (JFYI): https://msfn.org/board/topic/155290-windows-8-deeper-impressions/?do=findComment&comment=996327 jaclaz
  34. 2 points
    Welcome to the MSFN!
  35. 2 points
    I'm certainly helping as I made my ThinkPad T41 my daily driver and dual booted 98SE and NT 5.1 on it, instead of my preferred NT 5.0 (not sure if external WLAN would work on it) or 5.2 (router hates its older crypto libraries it seems). When I compared to Q4OS based on Debian 10 with Trinity, XP has much lower RAM consumption (350 MB vs 120 MB) and I only have 512 MB of DDR400 in the laptop. So while Linux keeps moving on into a 64-bit abyss, 2000 and XP stay around to serve older hardware. All of the casual XP users I know left it years ago (some lost the eye strength necessary to use a computer or upgraded to W7 in 2012, while some hung around through to W10 in 2016) but I'm still really pleased with the performance of the Pentium M on XP x86, let alone the Xeon X5670 running Windows x64 (lots of driver documentation refers to Windows XP x64 as just Windows x64, since it is a pioneer OS). I started using XP in November 2002 and I can't believe that I'm still using it now, even though I still resent the changes made to it with SP2 (like "Open File - Security Warning" and removing "Professional" from the startup screen). Using a 16 year old computer would mean using one from 1986 at the time, so I guess no one would think that XP would last that long!
  36. 2 points
    One full year after EoS, XP remains alive and kicking! Notice that two months after EoS, the curve clearly changed, because it became dominated by die-hards...
  37. 2 points
    This would mean to give up on all the hardware in the PC, except the 7 disk drives. Not to mention the decade old install of XP with most issues ironed out, all my little tweaks, and all my programs. At work i used a Dell D620 to do my job at repairing tablets, i3/i5/i7s and all kinds of other new crap. I had to replace it with a D830 after a HDD break and another (still undiagnosed) failure, that made even a freshly installed XP to BSOD at most inappropriate times. Still keep the D620 just in case, though. My coworkers tried to shoehorn a tower workstation on me, but they took it away after months of it just collecting dust under my table, lol. I only used that to test disks and PCI cards...
  38. 2 points
    Believe me, people who reach here CAN upgrade their PC, but for whatever reason, they don't want to. Don't spoil the fun of teaching 'em old dogs some new tricks
  39. 2 points
    Thank you for the heads up. I learned how to replace the dill files and was just about to do it. I was just double-checking the forums to see if BM had posted an update. If I hadn't seen your post, I would have bricked my system.
  40. 2 points
    Out Potplayer v.200513 - 1.7.21212 (May 13, 2020) http://potplayer.daum.net/?lang=en
  41. 2 points
    Something akin to @looking4awayout's UOC patch, perhaps. It could even be something based on it directly, but tweaked to be more suitable to Windows 9x/ME. It's open source I think? Maybe with looking4awayout's blessing, it could happen with some research. c
  42. 2 points
    Unfortunately, this cannot be fixed. Windows 10 renders the window frame and a top caption part separately, so edges are blurred together.
  43. 2 points
    @FranceBB I git cloned https://github.com/qyot27/ffms2_cplugin.git, patched a couple of files in order for compilation-errors to go away, made the library and executable and packed the necessary files. You could try ffm2-2.18-736-g43dc804_avs+vsp-win32-xpmod-sse.7z, with the emphasis on "try". Although the compilation-process went fine, I'm getting an application error pop-up "The instruction at "0x6ef94386" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written"." the moment I try to open an avs-file like this... FFVideoSource("<full-path-random-video>") ...with FFmpeg. This probably means there's SSE2 code in FFMS2 (not sure though). I'm not a C-coder, so unless someone could point me to the exact cause, I'm afraid this is all I could do. 'ffmsindex.exe' and "FFAudioSource()" did work fine during my tests though.
  44. 2 points
    Welcome to the MSFN! The boxes prove that bigger is better.
  45. 2 points
    Kinda actually , Biostar re released H61 chipset motherboard. link You can grab i5 3570 for $20 from eBay .So a new xp compatible computer under $150 is very much possible.
  46. 2 points
  47. 2 points
    You just need to replace both dwmcore.dll and uDWM.dll in the C:\Windows\System32 folder with the previous version from the windows update that did work with Aero Glass. Recommend doing a backup before doing this in case causes issues.
  48. 1 point
    Here it is: http://www.mdgx.com/files/DSCLIENT.EXE
  49. 1 point
    I guess no one posted it yet, right? I can't find it on RyanVM.
  50. 1 point
    Page 8: XP/2003 32 and 64 bit are supported, "fully updated" emphasized. Since POSReady updates took care of lot of recent vulnerabilities, this should just pick up the slack.
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