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  1. Today I managed to install .NET Framework 4.8 on my VM with Windows Vista Home Basic x64, how did I do it? First to install it use the method previously used with the .NET Framework 4.6.2 and 4.7.x; nothing more than this time the procedure is longer since when starting any application designed for .NET Framework 4.x in Vista an error dialog appears for lack of instructions in kernel32.dll and ole32.dll respectively. In HxD edit the clr.dll file that was the library that calls those instructions, replace clr.dll with the edited version and, surprise! NET Framework 4.8 is compatible
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  2. ... which is why I added You need to install the Adobe Primetime CDM.
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  3. branch will be renamed to SSE later.
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  4. probably becasue a Socket 7. K6-2 has no SSE 1 or SSE 2. K6-2 only has MMX and 3DNOW. The first AMD CPU to have SSE was Socket A. Athlon. AMD didn't have SSE2 until Socket 754 Athalon64.
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  5. Now Install .NET Framework 4.8 is possible to install without ordinals problem
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  6. Usually, everything Mozilla deems as "good" is the complete opposite, unfortunately...
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  7. To anyone who may read this post, Retrozilla does support AES-GCM cipher suites, but you need to enable them through about:config. search "security.ssl3" then create a new Boolean "security.ssl3.ecdhe_ecdsa_aes_128_gcm_sha256" and "security.ssl3.ecdhe_rsa_aes_128_gcm_sha256". Retrozilla works very well, and I'm excited for the next version (especially a 3.0 release).
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  8. I wasn't sure if this was already in the archive, so I'll upload it just in case Rudy sent this to me on July 27th - It's an updated version of his AHCI driver to fix BSODs on AMD Ryzen B350/B450 chipsets unzip with 7zip AHCI.PAK
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