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  1. No, there is no x64 version for Windows 8, apparently. Also, the selection seems to be different in x32 and x64 windows versions. I found no "All languages MUI" option, in Firefox Windows 7 x32. - Windows 7 x32 - Firefox - in Windows 10, after selecting language there is x64 version available, also there is no "All languages MUI" option. - Windows 7 x64 - Firefox - in Windows 10, after selecting some language there is no x64 version available, it is necesary to select "All languages MUI" option, then a x64 version option will appear.
  2. I'm trying to install a 64 bit version of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC in Windows 7 x64. But, if Windows 7 is selected, there is no x64 version available. I can download just the x32 version. It seems at least Windows 10 has to be selected for the x64 to be available. Also, the x64 is not available if "All languages MUI" is not selected. Can I install a version intended for Windows 10 x64 in Windows 7 x64?
  3. Well. EasyBCD uses drive letters according to the current operating system settings. So, if I set G: in Windows 7 32, it will be C: in Windows 7 64. So, I see no way of changing drive letter assignments using EasyBCD. Perhaps I found a possible workaround. Since the Windows 7 64 wants to have C: as it's partition letter, I can make symbolic links to folders on the old C: partition. It will be possible to retain the compatibility in scripts and settings across multiple operating systems, that way.
  4. I,m trying to install Windows 7 64bit on a drive letter G, while I have Windows XP 32bit on F: and Windows 7 32bit on E:. I could not start the setup on old Windows XP or 7, as it complains it is not x64 system. The only idea I could think of is to install a Windows x64 on some other partition, then assign a correct drive letter for the desired partition G:, then start yet another Windows 7 64bit setup instance and point it to the grive G:. I'm assuming starting setup from existing operating system should preserve assigned drive letters, as it was possible to install Windows 7 23bit on drive E: using existing Windows XP 32bit.
  5. After switching from XP to Windows 7, I found one new feature annoying. Im quite often dealing with large amount of files. It is very convenient for me to see the summary on the disk space used, when selecting large amount of files using just the keyboad. The problem is, if the amout is 16 or more, the summary gets disabled. I have to click "show more information"(translated from Polish) to get the status bar to show the count, but the focus from keyboard selecting is lost, at that moment. Adding another file to the selection disables the status bar, again. Is there a way to disable this feature? Back in the Windows XP, I was able to select as many files as I wanted and the summary was always visible, without having to click anything.
  6. Well. I found yet another solution. It is possible to set a static arp entry inside the remote router to ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff. When a packet is sent to the set IP it is broadcasted through LAN instead of sending it to the IP's specific mac. The hack works with the routers I'm working with. What I'm missing is a command tool able to send WOL to a specific IP in other network. The application I'm using now requires Windows 7, and does not have the command line interface. By the way, the Poweroff does not work with such an approach. -------------------------------------- Found it. WakeMeOnLan from Nirsoft works, and has a command line option.
  7. Everything seems to be fine in the Device Manager. Bluetooth icons are present where they should be. Since the Asus X101CH have just one antenna I had to connect it to the main connector. The auxilary antenna is not connected.
  8. Everything seems to be fine with the driver, but I'm unable to detect any bluetooth device. I can detect it from another Asus X101CH with RTL8821AE and Windows 7. But every attempt at connecting failed. I have to find a driver for Windows 7 in order to test if the adapter is working correctly.
  9. I just installed an Intel 6235ANHMW card in my Asus X101CH. I found just the Windows 7 and newer driver on the Intel site. According to Intel declarations version 21.40.5 is the last one with Windows 7 and 8 support.
  10. PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_0034&SUBSYS_020A1028&REV_01 I found a WiFi driver for Windows 7 32bit: Dell Wireless 1901 802.11a/b/g/n (2.4GHz and 5GHz). I have some doubts about how well it works, however. I think I'll try the Intel 6235ANHMW.
  11. As for the AR5B22. I can not find any working 32bit WiFi driver for Windows XP and Windows 7. All I found are 64bit versions.
  12. I did try to edit a non-interactive pdf form in firefox 83 in Windows 7, and I failed. Perhaps the function works with interactive forms, as the pdfjs.renderInteractiveForms name suggests. But non-interactive forms is a whole different story. Or perhaps there is some trick to it, I'm not aware of. Here is a non-interactive form I'm trying to fill: http://bip.suwalki.pl/resource/file/download-file/id.71814/attachment.1 It's a declaration related to comunal waste disposal. The city waste disposal charges are calculated according to the forms sent by the building owners.
  13. Is there a way to install Firefox 83 on Windows XP?
  14. I just bought AR5B22 adapter. According to the seller there are XP drivers for WiFi adapter. But, I do not have a solid proof there are XP drivers for Bluetooth. As for the Realtek RTL8821AE, I was able to get it working with XP in Asus EEE PC X101CH. However, I found no XP driver for Bluetoth, as well. Both these Adapters are dual band with integrated Bluetooth. I bought half size mini PCI-E versions.
  15. The Adobe Reader IX works fine with interactive forms. So, there is no problem with them. The setting pdfjs.renderInteractiveForms does nothing with non-interactive forms, I believe. So, the Firefox can not fill non-interactive forms.

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