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jumper

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  1. From the screenshot, it looks like the Subsystem requirement is set too high. Look for a linker setting that will target Windows 5.1 or lower.
  2. @TmEE: Please follow my instructions.
  3. @MiKl: use Kexports+fc on Kexbases.dll to isolate the API changes. SetFilePointer is a likely candidate. @TmEE: So don't use the new ME service pack. It clearly hasn't been fully tested and is using files that aren't compatible with KernelEx. You can also try disabling Kex extensions on _all_ files installed by the pack. And you should also uninstall Kex and reinstall with mode default: Disabled. Manually enable Kex on only those files that need it.
  4. Win9x WebTV Stream

    Are you using either of VLC 0.8.6's obsolete interfaces "Streaming wizard" or "VLM control"? As schwups pointed out, VLC 0.8.6 is not the last that will run on ME. Full source is available, so by borrowing code from KernelEx, we can build many newer versions to run natively on Win9x. Judging by the filename (w9x_onlinetv2.rar), this project appears to be a w9x clone of the free version of onlineTV.
  5. Kext: DIY KernelEx extensions

    The Kexstubs 824 package will contain a thread-safe version of Kexstubs.dll and include an updated Kexstubs.ini. However, Kexstubs is not an end-user tool. it is a debugging tool for KernelEx beta testers. Anyone using a recent KernelEx beta shouldn't need Kexstubs. All Kexstubs testers should be regularly reporting new definitions as well as any old ones still in use so that they can be added to KernelEx.
  6. Kext: DIY KernelEx extensions

    First two items were previously promised. Last fix is major--only hex return values were correctly parsed, unsigned decimals became zero. Known issue: Still not fully thread safe for stubs (okay for forwards); status: fixable I also use IPS Default. I'll try Opera 12.02 and FF 9.01; KM74_31 is way too slow! Thanks. :)
  7. > the email-problem seem to be caused in Kexbases.17 ! When using v16 it works again. Good. Now try comparing api logs (DebugWindow.exe). In Filter Settings, include "(bfa" to limit output to kexbases apis. > I will look into the printing issue In Kstub823.ini: [Comdlg32.dll] PrintDlgExA=>Kexbasen:PrintDlgExA_new PrintDlgExW=>Kexbasen:PrintDlgExW_2 PrintDlgW=>Kexbasen:PrintDlgW_3 Check Kstub823.log or include filter "PrintDlg" to see which api to focus on.
  8. @filth: Thanks. No problems have been reported for the current implementation, however. @MiKl: I use SM2.0.4 but not the email client. Please narrow the problem down to Kexbases.17 or Kexbasen.17. .18 is packaged and awaiting final review. Kexbasen.16 exported 11 new print dialog functions--access them via Kexstubs. @MERCURY127: due to site changes, I can no longer upload files. @deomsh: please debug things further with KexApiLog (DebugWindow.exe) and report back.
  9. Kext: DIY KernelEx extensions

    Kstub823.7z // 823 - search: Kstub823.ini, Kexstubs.ini, stubs.ini; e120; fix r<unsigned decimal value>
  10. Explorer.exe and file sizes in Win9x

    No, it means updates will be detected and automatically repatched without needing a manual reinstall of KernelEx.
  11. - http://www.network-drivers.com/drivers/1241/1241700.htm Or use the built-in NIC or USB to connect an external wifi modem/router
  12. Runouce Virus in Windows 7

    "Most antivirus programs identify runouce.exe as malware—e.g. Microsoft identifies it as Virus:Win32/Chir.B@mm, and TrendMicro identifies it as PE_Chir. B-O or PE_CHIRUX.B." - https://www.file.net/process/runouce.exe.html Once removed, try creating a read-only folder in "C:\Windows\system32" named "runouce.exe" to prevent it from coming back.
  13. Sounds like a DRM problem. The LGE may use a version that isn't supported by XP. What connection type did you use for each the Dell and LGE: VGA, DVI, HDMI? Try reconnecting the Dell without changing drivers. If this works, reconnect the LGE using the same connection type, else uninstall the new drivers and restore system settings from a backup.
  14. Explorer.exe and file sizes in Win9x

    KernelEx v4.5.2 patches Kernel32.dll in memory. KernelEx v4.5.1 patches Kernel32.dll on disk, however v4.5 Final Changelog.txt states: "KernelEx doesn't need to be reinstalled anymore if kernel32 is updated".
  15. Extended Kernel for XP (ExtendedXP)

    Any hex editor. (My ImportPatcher probably won't work; I haven't tested it on PE32+ files.)
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