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  1. 2 points
    Happy New Year to all members here (and since timezones were exchanged, mine is UTC+02:00 ) ! I was away from home during the past few days, internet connection was iffy and expensive, so not very practical to post here at MSFN... @roytam1 May you be blessed and continue, during 2019, to provide us with XP/Vista compatible builds of your browsers; your efforts, altruism/kindness are immensely appreciated... @CoRoNe I think I have a solution to your predicament; what it boils down to is: 1. Use a browser capable of displaying the "consent.talpanetwork" page; I used New Moon 28 with uBlock Origin temporarily disabled on that page (this is needed for the cookie consent dialogue to appear; with uBO ON, it doesn't ); now we know you can't yourself use any of the UXP/moebius browsers, since they require an SSE2+ capable processor; one solution would be for you to do this on a friend's/relative's box... 2. Your "YES" cookie consent is stored in browser cookies, locally; the idea behind my solution is to export those "kijk" consent cookies from the third browser (NM28 in my case) back to the (SSE compatible) NM27 browser you're using... You need install in both browsers the CookieKeeper legacy extension I mentioned some pages back Get yourself somehow familiarised with the addon, its settings and its usage (you'd agree that my intent here wouldn't be to teach you how to use it... ); after you agree to the cookie dialogue presented by the "consent.talpanetwork" domain, you should be auto-redirected to the main "www.kijk.nl" domain; of the cookies stored for that domain, you need to export (via CK addon) only 3 of them, 706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ccconsent 706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ccconsent (same cookie name, different value) CONSENTMGR Export saves them in a .json file, easily transferable between computers. Now, on your copy of NM27 (with CK installed), import the .json file (prior to navigating to "www.kijk.nl"); once successfully imported, load your Dutch media site and this time you won't be redirected to the (NM27 incompatible) consent page, the main site will immediately load: Addendum 1 If you don't have easy access to a second machine with New Moon 28 installed, I think my own .json file will work: { "method": 3, "cookies": [ { "isSecure": false, "value": "BOZwbEeOZwbEeADABANLAEAAAAAE54EfETAAQgAAHAA", "isSession": false, "isProtected": true, "expires": 1580146974, "path": "/", "name": "706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ccconsent", "host": ".kijk.nl", "isHttpOnly": false },{ "isSecure": false, "value": "BOZwbEeOZwbEeADABANLB_-AAAAjCAcAAiABUAC4AIAAZABEgCaAJ4AWwAxABuAD8AIAARgApQBXADvAIQARaAjgCOgEuAJ2AVkAuoBgQDiAHugP0A_YCCg", "isSession": false, "isProtected": true, "expires": 1580146974, "path": "/", "name": "706b604c-184a-4235-899c-a744921ce65ceuconsent", "host": ".kijk.nl", "isHttpOnly": false },{ "isSecure": false, "value": "ts:1546450972680|consent:true|c1:0", "isSession": false, "isProtected": true, "expires": 1547660574, "path": "/", "name": "CONSENTMGR", "host": ".kijk.nl", "isHttpOnly": false }], "date": 1546451392562, "storage": [] } Copy the code in a proper text editor and save it as "kijk-consent-cookies.json" ; then use that to import in CK. Addendum 2 Those 3 imported cookies are not session but permanent ones, they expire at a time indicated by their "expires" attribute (UNIX timestamp, roughly in 6 months' time); you can use CK's editing mode to extend that default expiry further...
  2. 1 point
    Find updates here http://windowsarchives.com/updates/ Install win 2k. Install all drivers for hardware. Install SP4. Install IE 6.1 Install DX 9. Media player 9, Install Update Roll up 1 Install KB2817183-WINDOWS2000-X86 Install KB951748-v2 - WINDOWS2000-X86 Install exKernel http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1299806.html English(v2.9b) Windows2000-KB935839-v29bG-x86-ENU.EXE Install VC++ Runtimes Install Windows-Update-Agent30-x86.exe Install Windows Installer 3.1 Install BITS Enable TLS 1.0 and Disable SSL 2.0/3.0 Apply all Windows Update (except root certs update and IE6SP1 update)  Make a back up of your system using ghost, acronis or some other disk imaging software. So if u mess it up after you did all of this u can just put it back. PS extended core crashes and blue screens my PC,,, so install that after u made a backup at your own risk.
  3. 1 point
    Windows 2000 will be 19 years old this year on February 17. Regardless, many recent software that I've been testing still works well provided you have UURollup, KernelEx or some other platform update installed. Some software from 2018 that I have confirmed is working: Adobe Flash Player 32.0.0.101 (current version): Internet Explorer: https://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/latest/help/install_flash_player_ax.exe Mozilla Firefox, Pale Moon and other NPAPI based browsers: https://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/latest/help/install_flash_player.exe Audacity 2.2.2 (I have not yet gotten 2.3.x working): https://web.archive.org/web/20180223164924/https://www.fosshub.com/Audacity.html/audacity-win-2.2.2.zip CoreTemp32 1.12.1 (current version): https://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp CPU Z 1.87 (current version): https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html Pale Moon ("New Moon") 27.9.1 branch (thanks to @roytam1) (current version): https://o.rths.cf/palemoon/palemoon-27.9.1a1.win32-git-20181215-c581f09b3-xpmod.7z WinRAR 5.61 (current version): https://www.rarlab.com/rar/wrar561.exe Some screenshots: http://sdfox7.com/2000/files/aud2xw2k.jpg http://sdfox7.com/2000/files/coretemp.jpg http://sdfox7.com/2000/files/cpuz187.jpg http://sdfox7.com/2000/files/fpie32x101.jpg http://sdfox7.com/2000/files/fppm32x101.jpg http://sdfox7.com/2000/files/pm279w2k.jpg http://sdfox7.com/2000/files/wrar561.jpg LONG LIVE WINDOWS 2000!
  4. 1 point
    Well, I do actually own them. Could anybody help me how to install it on my Windows XP pc however? Maybe on a PM or something?
  5. 1 point
    There was no SP3 for 64-bit XP. Actually the x64 release follows the codebase of Windows Server 2003, so they are slightly different operating systems (@jaclaz will argue that but anyway). When XP x64 Edition was released, it was already set up close to what SP2 was out of the gate.
  6. 1 point
    The end of official support doesn’t render the operating system unusable. As long as you’re connected to the Internet behind a router with a firewall, and browsing the internet responsibly on an updated browser, there is no reason why you can’t continue using XP without an issue. I have no intention of giving it up any time soon.
  7. 1 point
    Happy New Year Everyone (from Southern Ontario in Canada). What is Eastern Standard Time? GMT+5 maybe? @roytam1, I'm no longer a consumer of you modded browsers (though I install New Moon on my parents' computer), I commend you on all of your hard work.
  8. 1 point
    For Steam: Source: (It says wine on the page but the fix is the same)
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