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  1. Hardware specs on that machine: AMD Athlon XP, 2075 MHz 512 MB (PC2700 Virtual Channel DDR SDRAM) ... But I don't suppose that hardware is the problem for freezing javascript because of Retrozila with JS enabled doesn't freez, also KM74 (under WinXP) doesn't freeze (only causes JS error messages) on the same machine. OS: Microsoft Windows 98 SE 4.10.2222A (Win98 SE) with (if I remember correctly) some minor bugfixes (I would have to search for more details) Kernelex files: CBAKK.INI KERNELEX.DLL KEXBASES.DLL KEXBASEN.DLL sheet.dll kexCOM.dll verify.exe License.txt Release
  2. Palemoon 25.4.1 didn't work because of MSVCR110.DLL wasn't found allegedly, whether it was in the palemoon file directory. I don't think that's a router firewall problem (here) because of Kmeleon74 works under WinXP (with other minor problems) on the same machine with Javascript enabled. Retrozilla with Javascript enabled works under Win98SE, but has on the other hand more problems displaying "modern" websites than Kmeleon74.
  3. I didn't visit msfn.org for a long time, and now I re-visited here and found this thread. Just for fun I downloaded some newer Firefox-Versions (portable and non-portable) and tried to launch them. Surprise: Only with a few modifications especially FF 31.8.0 portable immediately started! By the way, wiithout XPCOM-not-found-error. The only thing I had to do was to set KernelEx compability mode for firefox.exe and xul.dll to Windows XP SP2. No need to set anything in any *.ini-file. The installed KernelEx files are mainly version 4.05.2016.16. I can publish content of core.ini and K
  4. Does the setting: <...msvcr80.dll in the KM Program Folder to Base (Kexbases,Kexbasen)...> in KM74 prevent KMeleon from freezing if Javascript is enabled? KMeleon74 can open many websites, but doesn't work if javascript is required.
  5. I tested an arbitrary youtube site and found indeed that value in its source code. But in FF9.0.1 there's no possibility to change text/values in source code view; it's just for viewing. I tried to save a youtube site ("completely") and to edit the *.html file with a hex editor, but in the so created website the youtube video still didn't work. How exactly did you proceed? For now, the only method to view youtube is that method with bookmarklets. Maybe it would be possible to write a more comfortable bookmarklet or extension, which will automatically create download links while
  6. Same result here. It seems they've changed something regarding HTML5(?). Although Firefox 9.0.1 is principially able to play HTML5-embedded videos, youtube is no longer working. A current workaround: You could create a so-called bookmarklet (i.e. a bookmark) with the following URL: javascript:(function(d){d.PwnBkmkVer=3;d.body.appendChild(d.createElement('script')).src='https://deturl.com/ld.asp?'+1*new%20Date;})(document); You have to call this link while a youtube video is "playing" (better: is not playing) and you will get some links with the video in several file formats. It'
  7. As far as I remember correctly it's a font file from WinXP.
  8. I've downgraded all KernelEx-files to version 16. Result: The security-component-errors don't occur again. Even Kmeleon does (principially) work with that version of KernelEx, but it's a little bit buggy, and e.g. youtube doesn't work properly.
  9. I got a version from here k-meleon-74-windows-9x-edition from roytam. I'll try your tip with the db-files. Maybe some files from firefox are working(?). I also found out a strange behaviour. For tests I wanted to create a new firefox 9.0.1 profile. But it didn't work; I got the same error like with Kmeleon: However, my "old" firefox 9.0.1 profile did still work. After downgrading KernelEx from 2016.17 to 4.5.2 that strange "security-component"-error was gone away! So I suppose it has something to do with 2016.17-version; maybe only one file. Also with an older versio
  10. For me, youtube is still(!) working in FF 9.0.1. A general problem seems to be that youtube (and other sites with videos) have started to "eliminate" Adobe's Flash player, which worked fine. Howewer, fullscreen mode in youtube doesn't work, but that's better than nothing. As far as I remember I had changed something in Firefox' about:config regarding media(?) to prevent videos from jerking, but I'm not sure. Regarding to the "strange characters problem": I had have exactly the same problem with Firefox 9.0.1, too. If I remember correctly (I'm not sure whether I will now forget someth
  11. I tried "Kmeleon 74 windows9x edition". With the "original" KernelEx 4.5.2 version that Kmeleon version didn't start. But with the latest KernelEx 4.5.2016.17 it started at lesat - a partial(?) success! However unfortunatelyI noticed some issues: 1.) @mindingulove At first I can confirm your observation regarding the "could not initialize..."-error. You can see a screenshot below. 2.) It seems that it's (as a consequence of issue 1 ?!) not possible to open any(!?) site with "https". You can also see an example sceenshot below. 3.) Every time I try to add a bookm
  12. Until now it was (as far as I know) impossible to use any Java Plugin in Firefox 3.6.* or higher. So the last Firefox version which is usable is 3.5.19. But now I've read some news about several KernelEx updates here. So here's now me question: Is anybody out there who managed it meanwhile to run a Java Plugin (I'm thinking especially about the Java next-gen-plugin) in FF 3.6.* or higher (including until FF 9.0.*)? The non-working Java Plugin in FF 3.6.* or higher is a reason why to stay at FF 3.5.19.
  13. Is the "paste button" (or similarly) in CorelDraw active (i.e. not greyed out) if you previously have selected "copy graphic" in SeaMonkey? Do you use an older or newer CorelDraw version? Firefox 3.5.19 is a "KernelEx browser". So if copying works (does it?) with Firefox 3.5.19 your problem should not be a general KernelEx issue. If I were you I would try/test the following: - Try to copy&paste from an old SeaMonkey version into your current CorelDraw version. - Try to copy&paste from FF 3.5.19 version into your current CorelDraw version. - Try to copy&paste from current SM 2.0.14
  14. After trying some fonts (especially for working with MathML) I stayed in conclusion at the font "Symbola". I modified the newest version a little bit; i.e. improved some integral symbols and compressed the font file symbola_hint.ttf by deleting emtpy glyphs so that it has only 3,19 MB now. Symbola has not all symbols (e.g. chinese or japanese symbols are missing), but many Unicode symbols are included. Actual screenshot from http://www.w3.org/Math/testsuite/build/main/Characters/Blocks/02190_Arrows-full.xhtml with Symbola: @ MiKl How did you install that font FontAwesome? I tested it by
  15. Regarding http://www.w3.org/Math/testsuite/build/main/Characters/Blocks/02190_Arrows-full.xhtml: Does it look like the following screenshot (with ? instead of squares with numbers within)? Those files I have in the the mozlla firefox\res\fonts folder from Firefox 2, too. They are also readable by MS Word and Firefox. They are not fonts themselves; maybe only properties or settings. P.S.: Inspired from the tip with missing fonts I found for the moment a font called arialuni.TTF on my MS-Word-2000 CD. It has 23 MB(!). After installing the font I get many more symbols than on my first
  16. I've found a new (strange?) issue regarding Firefox 3.5.19 (and other versions above 2.0.0.20): Firefox 3.5.19 seems not to be able to display MathML symbols (like special arrows and similarly) properly. Here's a screenshot from http://www.w3.org/Math/testsuite/build/main/Characters/Blocks/02190_Arrows-full.xhtml: And here is the same with Firefox 2.0.0.20: . I must say that I have yet installed some additional fonts for displaying such symbols. But you can see that Firefox 3 shows only mysterious small squares with 4 numbers in each of it . Firefox 2 shows either the correct symbol or
  17. Some time ago I remarked the issue that it was not possible to print with Firefox 3.5.19; i.e. Firefox 3.5.19 (and other 3.*-versions) often crashed while trying to print. You can see old threads regarding this topic: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/162474-kernelex-printing-once-again-k-meleon-firefox/ http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/155505-printing-with-kernelex-451/ http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/170832-fireshot-extension-for-firefox-3;-print-with-kernelex-in-win98se-once/ But nothing seemed to work properly. So here's now my new workaround. I've written a small extension called PrintWith
  18. @Ponch It's an built Audio CD. Win98SE detects it as an Audio CD -- because the CD is shown with the Win98SE-"AudioCD"-icon in "my computer". I had/have the file CLAudioCD.ax from Cyberlink archived from an USB stick. BTW: I have also a Cyberlink filter for playing DVDs. All with MPC 6,4,9,1. The MPC can also yet play *.mov, *.mp4 and other. Newer MPC-versions (called MPC-HC) don't work (they also don't play files or crash, even with KernelEx enabled), but were not needed until now. @GrofLuigi I tried CDDAReader.ax (the oldest version available on sourceforge.net) and registered i
  19. I have 2 optical drives. Same problem with both of them. The WMP9 doesn't support other file-types which are played by MPC, i.e. *.mp4 and *.mov; I like the MPC (still) some little more. Now I found a (partial) solution for the MPC: It was possible to cause MPC to use the filter CLAudioCD.ax. At first I had to register this filter using the command regsvr32 CLAudioCD.ax. Then I added the following registry key: [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Media Type\Extensions\.cda] "Source Filter"="{54F4C1CD-D46A-11D4-9D0E-DA91C8F4645E}" That caused that I can now at least load *.cda-files manually into MPC.
  20. I tried to play an Audio CD using Media Player Classic (MPC) version 6,4,9,1. More precisely, what I tried: First of all I inserted the CD into the CD-Rom-drive. I selected "play" from the CD-right-click-menu, and the CD was played using the Win98SE-internal cdplayer.exe. Then I tried to play the CD with MPC. I started MPC, selected "file" - and there was a command "open disc", what should obviously start playing CD ... but the command was greyed out! Then I tried to load the *.cda-files from the Audio-CD manually to MPC, but I also got a (well-known?) error message "cannot render the fil
  21. Good news: WinXP is finally installed successfully now! Your tip with the SP3 was the decisive point. I downloaded and integrated SP3 with nLite - and so I could overcome this last obstacle (34-minutes-error) during WinXP install procedure. No need of custom file ntdetect.com, no need to integrate some special Acer drivers with nLite. After installation I added some drivers (Chipset, VGA driver,...) from Acer's website for that Acer notebook, but still not the AHCI driver. One thing I remarked: I changed the BIOS setting to SATA/AHCI mode (only for testing) after successful installation.
  22. No; should I do so? I have partially good news: 1.) Blinking cursor - solved . 2.) But now new: I call it ... "34-minutes-error" :angrym: . See below. 1.) The solution of the problem with blinking cursor seemed to be to start the WinXP setup directly from internal HDD. I started at first smartdrv c+ (this increases copying speed drastically). And then I went to the I386 folder (which I had copied on internal HDD), and ececuted winnt. And now I got to the "next" screen in the WinXP setup after blinking cursor! I.e. the blinking cursor appeared still, but remained only for about 1 min
  23. The additional problem which I had was the fact, that the Acer was not able to boot from its internal HDD. I could start 'format D: /Q/S' from the USB-Stick C:, that means on D: there were the 3 needed DOS-files io.sys, msdos.sys, command.com. But after that the internal HDD was not able to boot (with unplugged USB Stick). I always got "no bootable device - insert boot disk and press any key". So it was necessary to use a program like Ranish partition manager: - to set the MBR (master boot record) of the internal HDD from somewhat like "undefined" to "Standard IPL" - to set the Boot flag
  24. Here ist the whole bluescreen when using WinSetupFromUSB_1-0-beta7: I downloaded them directly from Acer, finding the drivers by typing the serial number of the 3810T. The guy at the link I've already posted http://forum.notebookreview.com/acer/586065-xp-aspire-3810t.html used obviously the same drivers?! I read some of the links you posted; I think maybe there's somewhere the solution for my problem. Problem is that it's impossible(?) to find out the exact information about chipset from that Acer Aspire 3810T-354G32N because system analyzing tools won't run in MS-DOS. Of course I c
  25. I try to install WinXP on a Notebook "Acer Aspire 3810T-354G32N". By trying this I get only trouble . Problem 1: The Acer doesn't have a floppy- or CD-ROM-drive, which makes booting difficulty. I can only boot from USB-stick. I can prepare USB-Sticks with Rufus or WinSetupfromUSB to be bootable. Problem 2: If I use Rufus, so the USB-Stick will not be bootable on the Acer. But I can "solve" problem2 by using WinSetupFromUSB (I tried several Versions, 1.0beta7 and 1.4). What I already did with WinSetupFromUSB: - Made a USB-Stick bootable with FAT32 file format - created a USB-Stick with W
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