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  1. 11 points
    Please, be patient, of course, there is going to be the new version soon, bit I'm a bit busy in the current situation.
  2. 4 points
    I made patch for CVE2019-1441, CVE-2019-0889, CVE-2019-0890, CVE-2019-0891, CVE-2019-0893, CVE-2019-0894, CVE-2019-0895, CVE-2019-0896, CVE-2019-0897, CVE-2019-0898, CVE-2019-0899, CVE-2019-0900, CVE-2019-0901, CVE-2019-0902 If anyone interested I will post it in ryanvm forum Anyone one can list out all cve of gdiplus after April 2019? Edit: Now testing fix for CVE-2020-0779,CVE-2020-0814, CVE-2020-0842, CVE-2020-0843,CVE-2020-0847
  3. 3 points
    On the very long run, yes, but we're talking about years... I gotta say though that XP is suffering the lack of support for many things by now and although many things still work for Professional Usage (Avisynth+, x262/x264/x265, ffmpeg, etc) some other don't (recent version of Visual Studio, Photoshop, Premier, AVID Media Composer, Davinci Resolve, Blender, AVID ProTools, Cubase, etc) making it impossible to be used for professional stuff anymore... Even Avisynth+ - which is still supported as a frameserver along with many filters - suffers a pretty bad thing: it doesn't have any updated indexers and without an indexer you cannot create an uncompressed A/V stream to be used inside a frameserver, so... And sure there are workarounds like using ffmpeg to make a lossless mezzanine file with HuffYUV or FFV1 etc but still it's far from being an ideal workflow... Besides, some other lossless codecs like UTVideo dropped XP support entirely along with Windows 7 support, so it's a no go as well. Things are different for a non-professional use of XP, like browsing (we do have updated browsers), watching videos (we do have updated video players like PotPlayer), listening to audio files (PotPlayer again to name one or Foobar 2000 etc), chatting with our friends and relatives (there's Miranda which supports Skype, Facebook, Discord, IRC and other platform, there's Telegram which still works although new version don't work, there's TeamSpeak which works if you use an old version and you connect to an old server and so on). Of course, no one is stopping you from using old version of very well-known programs, however the problem is that bugs will never be fixed and of course nothing new will be supported. For instance, a friend of mine bought the Sony A7III which shoots pictures in 6K HLG HDR. I wanted to edit the raw footages with Photoshop CS4, however I couldn't because it didn't support that camera and the plugin released by Sony didn't work with older version of Photoshop. I couldn't even see them 'cause although Irfan View managed to display them, Windows XP has NO FLIPPING CLUE about what a color curve other than the Linear BT601 and Linear BT709 is, therefore it was totally ignoring both the colormatrix BT2020 and the color curve HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma), thus displaying a gray-ish image. One more example? Well, a friend of mine bought a BlackMagic Cinema Pocket Camera and I wanted to see the videos on my computer, but sadly .braw files can be decoded by the BlackMagic Player only (no MPV, no Media Player Classic, no PotPlayer, no VLC etc) but of course it didn't work on XP as I couldn't install it. Of course the guys from BlackMagic also released an .msi with the codec so that you can use whatever player you like as long as it uses DirectShowSource (like MPC-HC), but again I couldn't install it because it didn't support XP... Long story short: I do like XP, it's something that really matters to me, but it's just a VM on my computer now... I also have a VM with Windows 98SE which is constantly closed and I turn it on once in a while when it's its "birthday", I look at it, I remember the good old days and then I turn it off again. As to XP I do use it, but only as my non-work-related OS. You know, I use it to check Facebook, to go to Doom9, MSFN, to chat with my friends, to listen to music and to help the Avisynth community, but that's pretty much it. For everything else, I have Windows 10 which I use for stuff like Visual Studio, Eclipse, MATLAB and other stuff. As to the main OS which handles the VMs, I'm using Fedora (which is Linux, namely the distro used by Linus Torvald himself and the one that it's a "beta" of the RHEL used by many companies) and I'm quite happy about it. Sure, it's not XP, but at least it's not Windows 10... As a side note, for everyone holding their breaths for One Core API and the modified kernel, just... don't... Sure, the development is going on, we're making progress and it indeed adds some functions/kernel calls that didn't exist on XP before and you can download it, install it and use it even now like I've been doing for quite some time, but if you think that it's going to be a miracle that makes everything run for years to come, including drivers etc... don't... In the foreseeable future, I think .NET Framework 5 will be one of the things that will kill XP and Windows 7.
  4. 3 points
    Uninstalling for now. Honestly, coffee in Zurich at that one Starbucks is more expensive than what we payed. This man has to now figure out what [undocumented] changes were made to DWM, etc using a debugger, heh. Let's just wait. Meanwhile: I had one BSOD so far after freshly installing Win 10 and updating it. Its supposedly the NVidia driver. Not sure what is going on, but I wouldn't discount that something is wrong with the new patch itself at the moment. I would post my 3 minidumps as well, but I don't think it matters at this point. It's clearly the same exact issue for everyone here as far as the AG crashes go (not talking about my Nvidia thing, that's just a sidenote).
  5. 2 points
    OK, some things have changed for the better. Unless you're using Windows 2000. Teams in 360 Extreme Explorer 11.0.2251.0 does work on XP x64, and probably NT 5.1 as well, but fails on Windows 2000. Only some minor cosmetic glitches seem to occur. Stuff like conferencing cannot be tested as I don't have a webcam handy. My laptop actually can't run XP due to issues with the inbox drivers, so it looks I'm going to have to put Server 2003 to use M$ Teams. At least no VMs are necessary.
  6. 2 points
    New build of Serpent/UXP for XP! Test binary: Win32 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win32-git-20200404-4662b4f-uxp-90a9bc221-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/basilisk/basilisk52-g4.5.win64-git-20200404-4662b4f-uxp-90a9bc221-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-20200404-4662b4f-uxp-90a9bc221-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-28.9.1a1.win32-git-20200404-576a8f254-uxp-90a9bc221-xpmod.7z Win64 https://o.rths.ml/palemoon/palemoon-28.9.1a1.win64-git-20200404-576a8f254-uxp-90a9bc221-xpmod.7z Official UXP changes since my last build: - Issue #1471 - Fix building on sparc64 Linux Correct various pre-processor defines for sparc64 and in mozjemalloc use the JS arm64 allocator on Linux/sparc64. This corrects build problems opn Linux sparc64 and is in line with bugzilla bug #1275204. (f7c9359b2) - Issue #1467 - Part 1: Set up conditional NSS-SQL builds. (2a4827ea4) - Issue #1467 - Part 1b: Fix type and make moz.configure happy. (6b3fbe9ef) - Issue #1467 - Part 2: Make the PBKDF rounds adaptive to choice of NSS db (09abc1063) - Issue #1467 - Part 3: Use UTF-8 file paths for NSS-SQL database. (6cbe27d14) - Issue #1467 - Part 4: Rename NSS_SQLSTORE to MOZ_SECURITY_SQLSTORE. (6f1d8fcce) - Merge pull request #1487 from MoonchildProductions/1467 (0212d6181) - Issue #1491 - Part 1: Update nsCocoaFeatures for newer versions of MacOS X. (c1633db6d) - Issue #1491 - Part 2: Disable a workaround on macOS 10.14+ for an Apple bug described in Mozilla bug 378645 involving popup windows that was fixed by Apple. (10a45dfda) - Merge pull request #1492 from dbsoft/PopupWindowFixes (9308c03f5) - Issue #447 - Update HSTS preload list (cc9b40cc2) - Issue #1473 - Fix building `%OS_SLICE%` on non-Windows platforms (e74509ec5) - Take nsSiteSecurityService out of UNIFIED_SOURCES (bc127ada3) - Issue #1499 - Re-import ExtensionStorage.jsm (5e03c9ad4) - Issue #1498 - Part 1: Stop using HSTS preload lists. (595c8d53d) - Issue #1498 - Part 1: Stop persisting preload states. (09a229c70) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (e54e59827) - Issue #1498 - Part 3: Remove support for storing "knockout" values. (9c4aef867) - Issue #1498 - Part 4: Remove clearPreloads. (8ea2c0d5e) - Issue #1498 - Part 5: Update SSService CID and correct mismatch. (50ebd3507) - Issue #1498 - Part 6: Remove STS preloadlist pref. (e9723a6fd) - Issue #1280 - Part 1: Remove HPKP components. (55aa6ce7b) - Issue #1280 - Part 2: Remove HPKP tests. (0afd46b48) - Update README.md (d19bcaf4b) - Issue #1497 Revert "MoonchildProductions#1251 - Part 19" "Make the unpreprocessed file script work on Solaris." (2dfd75f7f) - Issue #1497 Revert "Check if there are any unpreprocessed files" (e51d9fbc1) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (070eca4c2) - Teach config.guess to know if we want to build 32 or 64 bit builds on Windows (9a31bea93) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (6676a7d6f) - Merge pull request #1472 from JMadgwick/master (1039487b7) - Merge pull request #1494 from JustOff/PR_osslice_non_windows (568ea8dea) - Merge pull request #1500 from MoonchildProductions/1280 (f2b6fd248) - Revert "Only state the stop notification for JSDownloads in nsWebBrowserPersist::EndDownload" (0750e2d3c) - Properly fix crash in nsDownloadManager when repeatedly pausing and resuming a download (61d3be474) - Issue #1280 - Stop requesting HPKP state from within devtools. (3bc5d67c9) - Issue #1501 - Un-bust building of NSS after update to 3.48 on Solaris. (389f436c1) - Issue #1280 - Un-bust certerror pages and ForgetAboutSite (a205ee704) - Merge pull request #1502 from athenian200/nss348_solaris (d42beba47) - Explicitly remove dist/bin before mozbuild's install_manifests get a hold of it (85ab34e50) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/UXP (f35d93396) - Output webidl filenames as they are processed (c6eccd0e6) - Make the reference to Handle unambiguous in ipc/testshell/XPCShellEnvironment.cpp (d4afddfad) - Revert "Make the reference to Handle unambiguous in ipc/testshell/XPCShellEnvironment.cpp" (48a2e680c) - Make the reference to Handle unambiguous in ipc/testshell/XPCShellEnvironment.cpp (66741ca7f) - Issue #65 - Fix unprocessed directives in WebRequest.jsm (065ec07d6) - Merge pull request #1504 from JustOff/PR_fix_WebRequest_jsm (90a9bc221) Official Basilisk changes since my last build: - Issue MoonchildProductions/UXP#1360 - Align basilisk FE with this change (a9800c5) - Issue MoonchildProductions/UXP#1360 - Fix typo (4662b4f) Official Pale-Moon changes since my last build: - Issue #1495 - Fix aborting typo and bump UI version to re-migrate. (23c9a3911) - Revert "Change sessionstore cache behavior to soft refresh" (7b5c1e916) - Update Build Instruction urls (b4e16d784) - Re-enable sessionstore cache soft refresh (cf12c10d6) - Version bump (83adaa207) - Update platform branch pointer (18f255945) - Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/MoonchildProductions/Pale-Moon (80a7b72b0) - Issue MoonchildProductions/UXP#1280 - Remove HPKP from Pale Moon (f3ea9fbbb) - [prefs] Fix linkage between HWA layers and Direct2D. (ecacb67c2) - Update platform branch pointer (03e70a666) - Issue #1748 - Remove Windows rule from osx CSS (1d863ac33) - Issue #1745 - Stop using deprecated calls to getMostRecent() (431c6d0b5) - Merge pull request #1749 from SpockFan02/patch-2 (fbee575a2) - Issue #1750 - Add pref to show edit panel upon starring new bookmark. (0e43da020) - Make OS X default theme integrate better (d58095861) - Update platform branch pointer (e5b37c3fe) - Issue #1754 - Update browser-gestureSupport to work on UXP Based on https://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/file/fb921354f6ca063a873725e6702156dece1d282c/browser/base/content/browser-gestureSupport.js (0226d80c6) - Merge pull request #1752 from Lootyhoof/osx-theme (485f867df) - Merge pull request #1755 from SpockFan02/history-swipe-gestures (ceaedd24a) - Revert "Issue #1754 - Update browser-gestureSupport to work on UXP" (81f0c6986) - Issue #1754 - Update browser-gestureSupport to work on UXP Based on https://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/file/fb921354f6ca063a873725e6702156dece1d282c/browser/base/content/browser-gestureSupport.js (576a8f254)
  7. 2 points
    I think this ublock rule should handle it: ! 2.04.2020 https://www.youtube.com www.youtube.com###old-browser-alert
  8. 2 points
    Here you go: http://web.archive.org/web/20170825082730/https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/20758/Graphics-Intel-HD-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-Vista http://web.archive.org/web/20180202165350/https://downloadmirror.intel.com/20758/a08/GFX_Win7_64_8.15.10.2761.exe Courtesy of win32 COVID-19-Proof Online Obscure File Delivery System.
  9. 2 points
    A heads up for those who are interested; I have uploaded a few more pieces of Rudy's work to my site. These are mostly things that weren't advertised or well known.
  10. 2 points
    A couple of years ago I compiled Mesa 7.5.1 for Windows 95+ which supports OpenGL 2.1 I've attached it here until I upload it to vogonsdrivers: https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?p=614916#p614916
  11. 2 points
    You should really try to get the program working on your host if at all possible, software acceleration is going to be slow. Go here for binaries: http://www.vogonsdrivers.com/wrappers/files/OpenGL/GDI/Mesa/ v6.5 should work on 9x. When these files were tested KernelEx wasn't a thing so it's possible newer versions may work with that. try v7.8.2 or v10.0.02 these work with 2000 so try them with KernelEX Try v17.0.0 this works with XP so try with KernelEX v19.3.1 for Vista but doubtful that will work with KernelEX
  12. 2 points
  13. 2 points
    I'm giving this a try, since I have my old P4 machine with Windows 98 on it setup, and I've found this forum to work quite nicely on both Opera 12.02 and @roytam1's special Firefox 3.6 build, particularly if I switch the forum theme from "Switch (Default)" to "IPS Default." "Switch (Default)" is usable, but kinda glitchy with the odd layout issues that people here have reported, whereas "IPS Default" renders almost perfectly (although the reply box is broken on Firefox). I tried logging onto eBay.com, which mostly works, but the sign in page is broken, and I can't log on (no loss there, as it probably isn't the wisest thing to do anyway). The main annoyance is that there are random errors in the encryption where a page will not load due to an encryption error, but will load fine if I remove "https://" from the beginning of the URL. But it can't be a hard error (like a missing cipher or some such), because it only happens sometimes. KernelEx-related, maybe? (I'm running straight 4.5.2, if that matters). I wish I could make the forum render somewhat properly on Retrozilla, as I definitely prefer its lightness, and the fact that it's natively Win9x compatible, so no need for KernelEx. Maybe in time, as Retrozilla gets improved, this will be less of a problem. c
  14. 2 points
    Sooner, if y'all stop pestering him. Later, if not. Haven't you noticed it, already?
  15. 2 points
    Hello, there is a small glitch in AG that needs to be fixed to support this update. However, when I run my testing machine, DWM.exe randomly crashes even without Aero Glass. Maybe it's connected to remote debugger. I don't know but it did not happen before.
  16. 2 points
    15 years later I still use Sony Vegas 9.0e 64-bit (released May, 2010) to produce MP4 files (H264 + AAC) 720p/1080p on WinXP SP2 x64 - The best system from MS
  17. 1 point
    >>I have no opinion using MSVCR80.DLL as a MSVCRT-substitute. Do not overlook this version 8.0.31113.25 distributed in Framework v2.0.31113 available in LongHorn 4047. Members should look into my findings and report back for other members or they are not serious about 98/ME. Using KnownDlls is the same as renaming the file, the registry is loaded very early.
  18. 1 point
    Even VLC web site warned against using Msvcr71 as a system file. If KEX setting of Win98 is to be used then you should do as Jumper described in the Core.ini. "Add experimental mode to Core.ini that inherits from NT or XP and specifies anything you want from the other."
  19. 1 point
    Funny you should mention this, it reminded me that Rudy once mentioned that I had made some DOS-scripted thing I was working on (FIX95CPU maybe..?) written less readable by changing the default color from Red to Blue.. After reading your post and looking at the page for a while, I wasn't really happy with the blue (or dark purple visited links) myself. ...So, the "readability" fix is in. Just for you, jaclaz. Had to dig deep back (20 years! ) into my old Starfleet Academy "Romulan" days to find a more suitable shade of blue that we used back then on our page. Not a fan of amber myself, but it may show up somewhere later, simply for the fact that it is viewer-friendly.
  20. 1 point
    I tested MPC-HC 1.7.5 with Kex18, not with higher versions. Further: I have used Win98se ONLY !! Version max: MPC-HC 1.7.5 (537b5a3) - Kex for MPC-HC.EXE: XP-SP2 (installer needs 2003 SP1). Stubs shouldn't be needed, unless you use (like I did) Vanilla Win98 without IE5.5 - in that case for some functions ONE stub for SHLWAPI.DLL is needed. About: MSVCR70/MSVCRT: registering is the wrong way. Best go to the registry: HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Class\SessionManager\KnownDLLs\ and set (String !) MSVCRT to MSVCR70.DLL and reboot. Dont rename MSVCRT, but change value to MSVCR70.DLL. I have no opinion using MSVCR80.DLL as a MSVCRT-substitute. About UXTHEME: copy Jumpers' UXTHEME.DLL to %winbootdir%\Kernelex\Kex\ (create folder 'Kex' if needed). Go to registry-key: HKLM\Software\KernelEx\KnownDLLs\ and set (String !) UXTHEME to KEX\ UXTHEME.DLL (original PSAPI.DLL should already be in this key (and in the KernelEx-folder): PSAPI= PSAPI.DLL. About starting the media-file: Sometimes press Stop first - after opening a file, then Press Start again. This is shown by ImportPatcher on my system (same options as on your picture; ImportPatcher 4.1 set to VISTA - If I remember well that's according to Jumpers instructions): ---------------------------------------------------- [Patches needed] [ntdll.dll] NtStopProfile= NtCreateProfile= NtSetIntervalProfile= NtStartProfile= NtWriteFile= NtSetInformationProcess= NtQueryInformationProcess= NtQueryVirtualMemory= NtQuerySystemInformation= [KERNEL32.dll] HeapQueryInformation= [USER32.dll] SetLayeredWindowAttributes= ----------------------------------------------------- Be aware MPC-HC 1.7.5 is somehow dangerous, crashes can be severe. Destroyed more than once my entire installation. I never reported this app in this thread!
  21. 1 point
    Tried emulating latest APK on Bluestacks App Player 2.1.3.5650. Chat is available, while member's status is not
  22. 1 point
    One way to find out is if someone who somehow has access to those updates can check whether there are some sort of confidential + trackable data embedded within those premium updates.
  23. 1 point
    Well, M$ Teams works in OG Pale Moon 28.8.0 on 2012R2! Service workers were not enabled. But Serpent 52 x64 on the same machine/OS fails. I wonder what component was removed from roytam's builds (or the other XP-compatible browsers) to make it fail.
  24. 1 point
    New build of BOC/UXP for XP! Test binary: MailNews Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/mailnews.win32-20200404-844f7d3f-uxp-90a9bc221-xpmod.7z Browser-only Suite Win32 https://o.rths.ml/boc-uxp/bnavigator.win32-20200404-844f7d3f-uxp-90a9bc221-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 (c5330331) - Add a superclobber command to evolving mach stub (e4910e47) - Update HWA prefs for mail (ccff9103) - Update platform commit pointer (b5580923) - Stop pretending the Interlink version doesn't have 52.9 in it. (9bf5cb7e) - Clear removed-files for Interlink (ba05a4e1) - Prefix fake-mach variables so they don't overwrite env vars (54ae5e00) - Update platform commit pointer (844f7d3f) -- New build of IceApe-UXP for XP! Test binary: https://o.rths.ml/gpc/files1.rt/iceape.win32-20200404-id-088353e-ia-041bf6a-uxp-90a9bc221-xpmod.7z For UXP changes please see above.
  25. 1 point
    Quite by accident, I stumbled upon a MS support page regarding KB4507704 which deals with DST changes in Windows for Brazil and Morocco: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4507704/ This update was released on July 15, 2019 and was last revised on November 7, 2019. It clearly states on the support page this update applies to Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 and it even goes so far as to give detailed instructions on how to obtain it for this platform: Specifically, Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 Method 1: Windows Update This update is provided as an Optional update on Windows Update. For more information about how to run Windows Update, see How to get an update through Windows Update. Method 2: Windows Server Update Service This update is now available for installation through WSUS. Method 3: Microsoft Update Catalog To get the standalone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Note: You must be running Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or a later version. While I realize this is not a required update by any means, I have nevertheless not been offered it via Windows Update, I don't use WSUS and it is not listed in the MS update catalog for this platform. Did anyone happen to obtain KB4507704 and archive it? Surely it has to be out there somewhere but, despite my best search efforts, I cannot seem to locate it anywhere. There's something extremely gratifying to me about applying official MS updates on an OS after its EOS support date and if I can do it with this one, I'm absolutely going to. Any insight, assistance and/or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
  26. 1 point
    I installed the Windows XP Professional x64 operating system on a Samsung 970 Pro NVME SSD drive using an ASRock X99 Extreme4 motherboard. Really easy the second time. Download Kai Schtrom's driver here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/nvme-for-windows-2003-server/files/ Download KB932755 here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=11619 Download AOMEI Backupper Standard here: https://www.aomeitech.com/download.html Use diskpart in Windows 7 x64 to create the aligned partition on, and format, the NVMe drive (the Windows 7 OS must have an NVMe driver installed, or diskpart will not be able to see the NVMe drive). Use Device Manager in XP x64 to install Schtrom's driver, which makes the NVMe SSD available as a storage drive -- and the XP x64 operating system as such now includes the NVMe driver. Run the storport hotfix. Use AOMEI Backupper to clone the XP x64 disk to the NVMe disk (remember to align the partition). Reboot into the BIOS and set the NVMe drive to boot first. I don't know whether Kai Schtrom had Windows XP 64-bit in mind when he wrote his driver, but for those of you running that OS it does present the potential for significant performance improvement, to say the least.
  27. 1 point
    Confirming you are correct: the 980 Ti card works fine using the same driver sets from BWC.
  28. 1 point
    that even happens in win2k exkernel. Try 1.7.5 since that works good on my win2k.
  29. 1 point
    The processor is an AMD A4-1200 APU, with 4GB of RAM. It's actually a 64 bit machine, but I'm only intending to install 32 bit operating systems on it. I can't see any great advantage in using a 64 bit OS as the memory can't be physically increased as it's part of the motherboard, not a plugin card. Thanks for the offer, but I'm really not that wedded to having to have XP on this machine, certainly not in a virtual machine. I don't see any point, the only advantage would be to have another XP system to compare with the XP system on my desktop which can help diagnostics it something goes wrong. Otherwise, it doesn't really matter what the second OS is, although I will stick with Windows.
  30. 1 point
    OK the first things that need to be resolved are the Content Security Policy errors. These are generated when an add-on or feature of the browser is specifically blocking a portion of a page. This can be a script blocker, any rules to block domains or types of scripts. Anything that would block cookies, (possibly XSS) or mixed/outside content, privacy settings, etc. You can look up each error to get a hint of where the problem is. The first one is specifically due to the site using frames, but is using an outdated method. This could be because the browser is blocking this use of frames, the browser is too new for the intended purpose or (more likely) the site developer is not using the appropriate coding for the target browser. OR that the browser is picking up a kludge for a specific browser when it isn't supposed to (aka, a compatibility fix, which may be sent erroneously if you are using a custom user agent). Ref: https://superuser.com/questions/1456787/what-does-this-mean-content-security-policy-directive-frame-src-has-been-de You can expand out the info on those other red lines to get more info. You'd need to research each to see if there is anything that can be done only on the client. There is also likely a lot of errors that are not the cause of the problem, and that a site may work fine with them being present. And also, without a full understanding of the page structure, it would be impossible to know which is worth focusing on and which isn't. Especially if this is a remote page and not something you have code access to. BUT, that is why the Content Security Policy errors should be the priority.
  31. 1 point
    Thanks The 64 bit drivers seem to work fine on ga-b75m with i3-3220 hd2500
  32. 1 point
    my bad, have messed up the terms. glad to know it works.
  33. 1 point
    And, of course... http://web.archive.org/web/20181026103325/https://downloadmirror.intel.com/20758/a08/GFX_Win7_32_8.15.10.2761.exe
  34. 1 point
    This is no joke! I'll get screenshots shortly. By the way, I've got 31.8 ESR working too! There's some weird artifacts around the tabs (probably due to Windows 98's lack of proper transparency support), but as with 24.8.1, it works with JS disabled! c
  35. 1 point
    Can't think of anything other than Revolutions Pack's new Ctrl+Alt+Del interface it provides. is there a reason why you need to use the absolute latest version of Process Explorer that doesn't have the replacement option? Oh, sorry, misread your post.
  36. 1 point
    No you cannot! That's the WHOLE point of taking sides . What you are experiencing is not entirely unlike having an alien parasite (symbiote/klyntar) taking possession of your body (and mind). (minus the increased strength and mental and healing powers) They are creepy, slimy and very, very dangerous, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbiote_(comics) jaclaz
  37. 1 point
    1.17 uses WASM. The non-SSE2 will have problems
  38. 1 point
    Latest should be this one: https://ftp.webtent.net/pub/windows/Make_PE3_48.exe jaclaz
  39. 1 point
    As the original https://github.com/CNMan/MicrosoftHotfixesList/issues/2 poster said I checked some of them, one is superseded, one for IE8 is not necessory (although not marked as superseded, in fact only last IE cumulative patch is needed). I think others might also be like that.
  40. 1 point
    Not sure if it's OK for a new user to post something like that, but I really want to share this with as many as possible, so... Hello and welcome! Allow me to present my own... Unofficial Cumulative Windows XP Update It allows you to completely update your Windows XP computer, even if it doesn't have any Service Packs installed! The purpose of its creation was to collect all released updates, implement a user-friendly mechanism that installs them automatically, and release it as a single package. The mechanism works similiar to the actual Windows Updates, except you can also update offline computers and as many as you want, without having to download updates every time! Contents: Service Pack 1a (for XP RTM/SP0) Service Pack 3 Internet Explorer 8 Windows Media Player 11 .NET Framework 1.1 & SP1 & updates .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (has .NET 2.0 SP2 and .NET 3.0 SP2 in itself) & updates .NET Framework 4.0 & updates DirectX Redist June 2010 (final) and November 2007 (for antiques with non-SSE compliant CPU, e.g. Pentium II, AMD K6) Firefox 52.9.0 (final) and 45.9.0 (for non-SSE2 compliant CPUs, e.g. Pentium III, Athlon XP) Updates for Windows XP, Media Center Edition 2005, and POSReady 2009 Download links Checksums MD5: 127B18741B543271A6C2CAA3478E8B5C SHA-1: 02A7B1D39620498CF2E0CDABD8C19138E5DC2E8E SHA-256: ABDDF9BBC20928454865154CD0D3B83FCFF960A049648925AF6E29187FFFA79C SHA-512: CEF5498B7D43EF29D6655340A0860890539C5D2DE9C61A73E8B5C45D0A9E6F05E2B73C0715D97B8A85621A9E38ABEB7B9FF1AFD5D7FF438D0A1E5B020C6859F5 And now some history! I was developing this update pack since September 2017. It first appeared on my personal blog Świat według Kuby as a combined version that supported English, Polish, and German languages. I was inspired by similar update packs for other Windows OSes, i.e. Auto Patcher for Windows 98SE and UpdatePack7R2. My aim was also to provide something for localizations other than English. Up to XP it was a huge problem, especially for my national language - Polish. Availability of update packs for this localization was in general very little. The blog has been closed on September 2018. Having realized that the first version was flawed, yet it gained some interest while my blog was still on the Web, I decided to return to its development. It reappeared on other forums on December 2018. Since then it collected positive feedback and I was releasing new versions from time to time, which featured bug fixes and sometimes new features. What you see here is the final version released on December 29th, 2019, perfected to its finest in my opinion. Enjoy! Any comments are welcome!
  41. 1 point
    Well, that post has thousands of likes on facebook and greetings to hpwamr
  42. 1 point
    No crashes of dwm.exe without AG on my 2 different computers. It's not Windows issue. I think, AG just didn't support 752 build.
  43. 1 point
    Try to reinstall the msi: Rename in safe mode msihnd.dll, MSI.DLL and msiexec.exe. Reboot and install 2.0.2600.2 again. My files are set to Legacy Base enhancements (MSI.DLL and msiexec.exe ) and msihnd.dll to default comp options.
  44. 1 point
    I found a way to fix the iTunes login error NOTE: This tutorial may required to install all Windows updates and TLS 1.2 updates for IE9 first. WARNING: Doing this will causing applications such as Ripcord will cannot connect to Discord at all (Please read it below to fix it too). and don't worry, This is not VPN at all, it's only a proxy to forcing connections to TLS 1.2 Follow this instructions: 1. Download the proxy from this site (i recommended to visit this page with Adblocker): https://www94.zippyshare.com/v/0gOGv38Q/file.html 2. Extract 2 folders ProxHTTPSProxyMII_CertIns_Windows and ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3a_UPX. to C:\ProxHTTPS (create it) RAR Password: D$BYzI42P&h6K§vM9VCj5b1%vA7"y9KeU3n3h29Tr 3. Then go to ProxHTTPSProxyMII_CertIns_Windows and Run ProxHTTPS Cert Install.exe and wait for few seconds 4. Then go back and go to ProxHTTPSProxyMII_REV3a_UPX and Create a shortcut to ProxySwitch like this: Then add A at the end of the target. Run the Shortcut to ProxySwitch.bat And wait for it close for few seconds. 4.5: Fixing Ripcord When i trying to login to Discord, it's refusing the connection without any error, to fix this: Open config.ini file and add: discord.gg discordapp.com gateway.discord.gg below [SSL Pass-Thru]. Screenshot: Back to iTunes tutorial: 5. Run ProxHTTPSProxy_PSwitch.exe (if you see Windows Firewall message, Unblock it) then Create a Shortcut for ProxHTTPSProxy_PSwitch.exe and Put it on Startup Folder: DONE.
  45. 1 point
    @TrevMUN Smart Defrag will assist you in Trimming your SSD Drives. That's what I use, and it's free too; simply run the program and click on Trim & Intelligent Optimize. Now, sometimes your SSD Device will show up as a Hard Drive instead of a Solid State Drive. Simply hoover over where it shows the HDD Icon and your Drive Name; and Two Arrows will appear, click up or down until you see it change your drive to SSD. As stated above, click Trim & Intelligent Optimize, just hoover your mouse over the arrow that's pointing right (It's next to the Trim button) and it will give you that option. I have yet to test Smart Defrag's Trimming abilities with NVME based drives but, I would expect it to work the same way; as long as windows sees it; it should also see it. Enjoy and Good luck!
  46. 1 point
    I had been meaning to respond to this topic for a week, but I'd been so preoccupied with work and other commitments that I hadn't had the chance to ... until now! I wanted to leave a huge thank-you, @XP-x64-Lover, for all you've done in finding these drivers and allowing those of us sticking with XP64 a chance to upgrade to hardware a bit more recent. Between your drivers and the trick explained by Matt's Repository for getting XP/XP64 drivers for the nVidia 9XX series, on Memorial Day Weekend I was able to finally give my desktop the badly needed overhaul I'd been wanting to do since my first posts at MSFN back in 2014! That's 64 GB of DDR4 RAM, SABERTOOTH X99 motherboard, Intel i7-6950X CPU, and a GeForce GTX TITAN X. I wasn't able to get the SSD thing sorted out, so I wound up using the IDE method, which has worked amazingly well with my existing install. Since @bluebolt figured out a way to get an install of XP64 working on a NVMe 2.0 drive, I may skip the SSD and attempt a fresh install off of that instead, since the X99 has a bay for NVMe drives. For now, though, I'm just excited to have not only put my hardware troubles behind me for now, but that I've now got the RAM upgrade I've wanted for years!
  47. 1 point
    No problem. It appears that someone here on the intel support site said that the Windows 7 drivers work.. https://communities.intel.com/thread/30389Although they may only be referring to the chipset drivers. From my testing they do work with modification, but only the chipset and usb 3.0 drivers. The display drivers were the only problem in which case getting a dedicated graphics card would solve the issue. I know of someone that used Vista on an ivy bridge based PC with a GT 610 graphics card and everything worked, so I'm pretty sure that as long as you had a dedicated GPU, everything would work fine. Here's a video of it in action
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