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  1. And they're back! But they are lacking in a few sections.
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  2. If an addon "installs" properly or not, that doesn't mean much, whether that addon really "works" or not. It merely means that the min-max version numbers which the addon author wrote manually inside the install.rdf file, are matching your current browser version. It does *not* mean the browser were automatically executing any feature compatibility tests before allowing installation. For trying Firefox addons in the earlier KM7x versions we had to manually edit and fake those numbers all the time, to allow installation, and then just look and see if it works or not, or partly. Since you realized already that an addon is causing your prob, disable half of them, restart and check again. If your bookmarks and history are blocked, that could point to a privacy related addon... It can also happen that two addons are just conflicting with each other. And, although forbidden by Mozilla, it happened in the past that an addon author (Maono, of NoScript) intentionally manipulated another addon somehow (ABP, from W.Palant), so that his own stuff wouldn't be blocked. It's probably rather easy for addons to manipulate other addons intentionally.
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  3. I went ahead and tried out your guide and I can verify that it works, perfectly. In fact my USB items started instantly. I also tried different drivers for my network adapter and that too works perfectly!! Amazing! But now if only I could utilize all 16GBs of RAM because PAE plays havoc with my sound card. If that worked, I'd be back on 2000 in a heartbeat.
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  4. As for extensions for old Opera, I saw an advice to use web archive http://wayback.archive.org/web/20130429225644/https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/ I also saw and downloaded a huge archive with all the old extensions, but it's hard to find the file now. Maybe it's still on the web somewhere.
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  5. On the subject of .NET Framework 1.1 sp1, Updates after April 2014 (Server2003), there was a possibility from the comment https://msfn.org/board/topic/171814-posready-2009-updates-ported-to-windows-xp-sp3-enu/?do=findComment&comment=1103787 in the topic "POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU" to use them under Windows XP. Now I have been creating a small update rollup for some time where the last 4 relevant updates (KB2972207, KB2978114, KB3037572 and KB3023211) are summarized and can be used on all language versions of Windows XP sp3 (the actual updated files are generally in English).
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