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heinoganda

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  1. heinoganda

    uBlock Origin, Chromium 54 and Firefox 52.9 ESR

    Try to open a filter in the filter lists, the μBlock internal script "asset-viewer.js" will be executed. Here, the screen should not be left blank. Under Chromium 49 (Google Chrome 49), the script "asset-viewer.js" does not work anymore from μBlock 1.17.0.
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    uBlock Origin, Chromium 54 and Firefox 52.9 ESR

    For Google Chrome 49 (Chromium 49), I was able to convince μBlock 1.17.4, but I modified the file manifest.json ("minimum_chrome_version": "49.0") and the file "asset-viewer.js" from the μBlock version 1.16.20 taken from the js directory. Download from https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/releases Run custom version in developer mode under Extensions.
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    Is it worth updating to WMP11?

    Windows Media Player 11 is not a must, but windows media 11 runtime (wmfdist11.exe, most recent for Windows XP) can be used without any problem even if an older Windows Media Player (9,10) is installed. This ensures that programs that are runtime-dependent on the latest windows media runtime display smoothly.
  4. Direct Download Link changed for Update in English (ENU)! Unfortunately I had overlooked.
  5. I found the following information about WinHTTP: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/winhttp/about-winhttp https://securelink.be/blog/windows-proxy-settings-explained/ https://www.telerik.com/blogs/using-fiddler-with-winhttp
  6. If the files "qedit.dll" and "quartz.dll" in the folder "%windir%\system32" do not have the file version 6.5.2600.7218, KB4014652 should be installed!
  7. @someguy25 Why do you start this barrel again, this would have been appropriate at an earlier date. Did not you read the comments? KB4466388 (November 2018) > KB4134651-v2 > KB4134651 > KB4074852 > KB4018556-v2 > KB4018556 On the left the most recent update and on the right which updates are no longer used and what does this mean that the files of KB4074852 are overwritten by those of KB4466388. Do not come up with the idea to uninstall KB4134651-v2 or KB4134651 or KB4074852 or KB4018556-v2 or KB4018556! You would use it to restore outdated files!
  8. heinoganda

    Root Certificates and Revoked Certificates for Windows XP

    Disallowed certificates New: E = support@senncom.com CN = 127.0.0.1 OU = R&D O = Sennheiser Communications A/S L = industriparken 27, 2750 Ballerup S = Denmark C = DK E = support@senncom.com CN = SenncomRootCA OU = R&D O = Sennheiser Communications A/S L = industriparken 27, 2750 Ballerup S = Denmark C = DK Update for root certificates: New: CN = Microsoft ECC Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US CN = Microsoft EV ECC Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US CN = Microsoft EV RSA Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US CN = Microsoft RSA Root Certificate Authority 2017 O = Microsoft Corporation L = Redmond S = Washington C = US CN = PostSignum Root QCA 4 O = Ceská pošta, s.p. 2.5.4.97 = NTRCZ-47114983 C = CZ CN = ZETES TSP ROOT CA 001 SERIALNUMBER = 001 O = ZETES SA (VATBE-0408425626) C = BE Those using heinoganda's Cert_Updater.exe should run it ASAP. Others needing a redistributable rootsupd.exe should follow his instructions for creating their own, or PM at 5eraph for an updated EXE file.
  9. Update to enable TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 as secure protocols in WinHTTP. Info KB4467770 Download KB4467770 http://download.windowsupdate.com/d/msdownload/update/software/updt/2018/11/windowsxp-kb4467770-x86-embedded-enu_f61e16be7e32887953b29ae1b8ba90064f3ef0a5.exe
  10. Has Microsoft Installer 4.5 (KB942288-v3) been installed on your system?
  11. @someguy25 If you come back to English or after updates from Windows XP, just run this batch again. If you change the language within a user, this batch must also be executed again. If a second language is used, it is better to set up another user with the desired language. @dencorso You are welcome to rock as well!
  12. heinoganda

    Change language of an updated XP

    @someguy25 Have in case of the cases created a small batch with which this problem, which appears to be partly after updates, can solve on the fast. All you have to do is adjust the language code.
  13. heinoganda

    Change language of an updated XP

    For testing purposes, I have already installed an English-language Windows XP in my VM with various language packs. Switching to another language is possible or setting up another user in another language.
  14. heinoganda

    Change language of an updated XP

    To install a language pack (MUI) you need an English language version (ENU) of Windows XP (Pro VLK). Therefore, there is no possibility for the subsequent installation of an English language pack.
  15. Good news for users using Avast or AVG antivirus protection, the file "rpcss.dll" of KB4466388 and KB4467689 in English (ENU) is no longer incorrectly detected as malware. @someguy25 @Bersaglio If interested, created a batch where this problem will be corrected when MUI packages are used. Any appropriate language code in the batch needs to be customized (SET "LangCode=XXXX").
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