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  1. Sorry for reviving this old thread, but I have posted a good tutorial on how to install Windows NT 3.51 on Virtual PC 2004 or Virtual PC 2007 if two or more core on the processor are installed:
  2. Windows NT 3.51 has installation and data corruption problems when installing it under Virtual PC 2007 with more than one processor core installed. This is a follow-up to a previous post that I made on April 20, 2014 and I have decided to post a good tutorial on how to install Windows NT 3.51 under Virtual PC 2007. This applies to users who are still using Virtual PC when using Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.x as host machines and for Virtual PC 2004 when running Windows 2000 and Windows XP as host machines. 1. Start Virtual PC 2007. 2. Using Process Explorer, look for the process that says "VirtualPC.exe" (or equivalent) and set process affinity to use 0. Process Explorer can be downloaded here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer 3. Create a Virtual Machine using the New Virtual Machine Wizard and with the recommended settings (a 2 GB VHD with 64 MB of RAM). Windows NT 3.51 does not support hard disks larger than 4 GB on install. 4. Install Windows NT 3.51 as usual using installation diskettes and the Windows NT 3.51 ISO. 5. You will need to use ImDisk to edit the VHD disk image, apply the Windows NT 3.51 Post-SP5 SuperPack: http://www.ltr-data.se/opencode.html/ I also recommend to using the IMDisk ToolKit to better manage the hard disk image: https://sourceforge.net/projects/imdisk-toolkit/files/20200727/ 6. Install Windows NT 3.51 install Service Pack 5. The file that you can search on Google is SP5_351I.EXE (1996-09-19) for Intel x86 processors: http://cd.textfiles.com/cica/cica9710/PATCHES/ 7. Shutdown the VM, close Virtual PC 2007 and install the Windows NT 3.51 Post-SP5 SuperPack here: https://bearwindows.zcm.com.au/winnt351.htm#4 I recommend placing the SP5_351I.EXE and the SuperPack file on the root directory of the hard disk image. 8. When you're done, you can start Virtual PC 2007 again without the use of setting the process affinity to 0. 9. If you need to change the drive letter for a Windows NT 3.51 installation, go to Disk Administrator found in the Administrator Tools group. 10. From the Tools menu, choose Drive Letter and in the Assign Drive Letter box, select a drive letter other than C, commit the changes and reboot. This is useful if you want to move the Windows NT 3.51 installation onto a logical drive. 11. If you have MS-DOS 5.0 or later installed, place the BOOT.INI file, NTBOOTDD.SYS and NTDETECT.COM on the primary partition of the C drive and leave NTLDR on the drive other than C where Windows NT 3.51 is installed. Please refer to Chapter 16: Disk Administrator starting on page 428 for more information on how to use this feature. I must apologise if my tutorial is not 100% perfect, but if you got any questions regarding how to install Windows NT 3.51 under Virtual PC 2007, please let me know.
  3. I still have the July 2020 version of the WSUSscn2.cab file as a backup. I'm wondering if it will still work under Windows XP and Windows Vista even though they're out of support.
  4. Let me check to see if it's there. Edit: Here it is: https://twilczynski.com/windows/updates/
  5. Is there a version of the Windows Update MiniTool for Windows 2000? I did managed to compile to updates for Windows 2000 into both in a ISO (658 MB) and in ZIP file (765 MB). They're both located on drive F on the \Win_2000 directory.
  6. That can probably complicate matters for the updates to Office 2010 still be served on Windows XP and Windows Vista. On Windows 7 SP1 and later, Office 2010 is still supported. Microsoft decommissioned the Office Update website weeks after Office 2000 went out of support.
  7. Okay, the next time when I want to re-install Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Vista, how will I be able to re-update these platforms that have been out of support for years?
  8. USB 1,.x and USB 2.0 with USB 3.0 backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 USB support is available starting with WIndows 95 OSR2.
  9. Can anyone on Windows 2000 access the Windows Update website? I suspect that it will only be a matter of time when Microsoft decommissions the Windows Update website especially since Microsoft will end downgrade rights to Windows XP after Windows 7 reaches end of life on January 14, 2020.
  10. I'm sorry to hear that you can't find any helpful information on TETRIS for Windows at all. :(
  11. It can be found in disk 1 of the Microsoft Entertainment Pack Volume 1 on a 1.44 MB floppy under the \bin sub-directory. Wikipedia has a article on it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Entertainment_Pack
  12. I sure hope that this is the right place to post this. Has anyone ever played TETRIS for Windows? The current version of the game is version 2 with the datestamp of 1990-09-04 21:46:28 with TETRIS.EXE as the executable. It's a 16-bit executable that was apart of the first volume Microsoft Entertain Pack for Windows as well as Microsoft's Best of Windows Entertainment Pack that ran under Microsoft Windows 3.0 and later. Now here's the embarrassing limitation. According to this article, programmers used 16-bit signed integer variables to store points earned by the player. Once you reach the highest possible score of 32,767 points, it overflows and is displayed as a negative number (-32,768 points). Are there any 16-bit hex editing utilities that will look at 16-bit Windows executable files and are there any 16-bit de-compilers that will modify the code? Also, is there any idea what code that was used to store 16-bit signed integer variables to store points that were earned by the player? If there is no fix, I guess that you'll have to stop at 32,000. ;| Thank you for your time.
  13. We don't know about decommissioning the update servers as of yet. But if you want to post a dedicated topic just incase, that would be god. :)
  14. Thanks for the heads up. Otherwise, Windows Media Player 6.4 is the last version that officially works on Windows 95.
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