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~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~

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  1. ~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~

    New Opera Browser for Windows 2000

    A bit late, but has anyone managed to test this browser on vanilla w2k?
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    IE10, Chrome 51, Firefox 54, WMP 12, Office 2013....

    I am sure the porting is possible. It's not an easy job! Examples of browsers that successfully ported a newer version of Chrome back to XP are Advanced Chrome (54), Chedot (51?; can't remember), Citro (52?), and Slimjet (50) Advanced Chrome is also open source
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    Playing Around with the 9x Icon

    I've been experimenting a bit using Paint.NET. It's been pretty fun, I hope to one day become capable of creating fun remixes of the logo. https://imgur.com/a/cZIrOaa https://imgur.com/a/1fQ7CG5
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    KernelEx 4.5 Core Updates (4.5.2016.17)

    It seems KernelEx may have broken something in my Windows 98SE installation. The folders will not display anything despite setting them to view everything. I had to install total commander to get around this problem. EDIT: NVM I just had to set the view to icons xD K-Meleon does work with the new updates and no longer gives the .db file error (tested on vmware).
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    Download Accelerator for 9x Systems?

    Is there a version that doesn't cost money? Finding a link to it alone seems difficult...
  6. ~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~

    Download Accelerator for 9x Systems?

    This is a Windows 9x topic, I use XDM for XP and later.
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    Download Accelerator for 9x Systems?

    Title pretty much says it all, as usual. I am seeking a program similar to Star Downloader or IDM, except the program is completely free, has good browser compatibility, and preferably works on even Windows 95 systems. Older computers need a little boost to keep up with modern file sizes these days...
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    KernelEx 4.5 Core Updates (4.5.2016.17)

    I finally got time to test this newer version of KernelEx...hmmm, something's not right. I originally installed KernelEx 4.5.2 + v18 updates (I made sure to mix the v18 updates with a folder of updates up to v17). Once Windows rebooted, it gave me an error message that the drivers cannot be found. KernelEx gives me the newer options, but only resets after being applied... I am also installing this on Windows ME
  9. ~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~

    Program capable of opening epub files?

    Title says it all. I am looking for software so I can read epub books on my ancient Dell Latitude D600 w/ Windows ME. I've heard of Balabolka, but there is no information available of the last version to officially work on Windows 9x (I'm also unsure if the program included epub support as well before support was ended)
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    Backporting newer browsers to Win9X with KernelEx

    Does anybody know some good older devices still supported by modern websites? I'm hoping to find a decent useragent string to spoof my browser with. Web pages will likely render better under the impression the device is a low-end android phone.
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    KernelEx 4.5 Core Updates (4.5.2016.17)

    After installing version 17, uninstalling then downgrading to 16, completely uninstalling and reinstalling the initial version, all my web browsers still cannot create their .db file...I've tried changing compatibility settings as well... Is there a fix for this or will I be required to reinstall Windows ME?
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    Windows 9x Driverpacks 2018 Update

    Excuse me, are you aware if changing the INF name would effect its ability to find the proper .sys file? Currently have a name conflict with two completely different drivers (Realtek RTL8019 and Genius LAN GE2000III SE ISA PnP Ethernet). While I'm at it, if any user can guide me in forcing a system resource change, that would be perfect!
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    Windows 9x Driverpacks 2018 Update

    This sounds like a great idea, but I gotta confirm a couple things: Will drivers meant for other languages be ignored in an English installation or break it? Will the names conflict? If so, is it a big deal if I change the file names? Will the drivers be unable to find the proper .sys file if I do? If one of the above are true, then I must make the driverpack its own to prevent conflicts within the English (default) driverpack
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    Windows 9x Driverpacks 2018 Update

    Have you tested these drivers on an English installation of Windows 9x? I just need to ensure the drivers will work regardless of potential language differences. For anyone on MSFN, let me know if leaving the .sys in a separate folder while leaving the setup file in the root of the folder is sufficient or not. I'm assuming Soporific downloaded the driver files then just did as I spoke.
  15. As a Windows 9x-enthusiast, I still find a bunch of hardware unavailable in the driverpacks listed here. After three years of fighting to get my laptop to run Windows 9x, I hope to contribute to making driver installation less difficult. I am currently focusing on network drivers for the 9x systems and hope to do the following for now: Update Network Driverpack Currently adding major brands; finished with Realtek for now Make a pack for printer and fax drivers Modem driverpack Update the existing driverpacks Add newer chipset drivers such as 845 and newer Add PROBLEMCHYLD's custom Dell Wireless 1450 driver to network Add drivers from Vogons.org Hopeful future plans: Turn the program into something similar to driverpack solution Make a driverpack devoted to Windows 95 Download Links Chipset (Coming Soon!) Video (Coming Soon!) Audio (Coming Soon!) Networking (Change Log) Modem (Coming Soon!) Printer and Fax (Coming Soon!) Instructions: Extract Go to Menu>Control Panel>System>Device Manager Click desired hardware which requires a driver Direct to folder location If a message pops up about driver file not available, go to the folder with the exact name required (exception being RTL8019 and ge2000iii cards which had to be renamed to avoid conflict!) To contribute to this project, please list the brand, hardware (ID too is preferred), and send a link to the driver Feel free to inform me of any mistakes! I'm a newbie at drivers!
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