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  1. Attempting this again. Not sure what the issue is, but the display driver is not allowing higher resolutions or better colors despite installing the chipset and display driver just fine. I noticed the driver wouldn't install unless I had DirectX 9 included.
  2. Seriously MS? You kept office xp fully compatible with Windows 98 and ME up to 2011, why can't you do the same with 2010!?
  3. I believe sogou browser is based off Chrome 72 and can run on XP. It's not dead yet; Chinese developers have to backport and/or remove XP-incompatible code, so it's going to take a while.
  4. Pretty much what the others have said here. It's sad to say it's kinda hard thinking of a reason to use Vista over 7 other than appearance. I love Vista's interface far more than 7, but the artificial killing of Vista on hardware doesn't make this fantastic OS available. Other than maybe compatibility reasons, it's hard to justify why to stay with Vista, especially with the decline of modern software support. On older pc's, I try to dual-boot old Windows and Linux. Linux is perfect for browsing and codec support on streaming sites. With this method, I can enjoy both worlds: the endless software library of Windows and the moderness of Linux. 9x can't stream or lacks native compatibility with a ton of modern things, so Linux can take care of that. I'm dreading the day I get a new PC that's forced to run Windows 10. It's been a massive headache. Windows Vista is far superior to 10 in stability, ram usage, and CPU usage.
  5. I should've asked years ago, but how do I manually add stubs? I know KernelEx serves as a compatibility layer and stubs out missing functions to allow Windows NT programs run on 9x, but I was never informed how I could try doing this myself. While stubbing functions, am I required to place those missing files with something? I am aware certain programs linked by jumper will give us a live info of missing files and dependencies.
  6. Using the 23 version of these updates, I can confirm Windows Media Player Classic (HC) 1.3 works Sadly, anything later will not launch and reports an error, it appears to be a theme-related file too. The latest version of 7-zip works perfectly too Open Office 3.3.0 installs but won't launch. SamutraPDF 3.1.2 Portable opens, but cannot be installed because of missing graphics. Also, Samutra won't display books properly... Anyone know where I can find a portable Google Chrome or Chromium archive? I wanna try testing early versions of Google Chrome that worked on Windows 2000!
  7. If I install the modded Radeon 9000 Omega drivers, I am given an option to display screen resolutions beyond the norm. Problem is none of them will scale to the screen. But thank you all for this wonderful advice! I believe laptop will probably display a higher resolution if I hooked up a VGA cable to a monitor.
  8. Hello! Today, I am wondering how I can force my old Dell Latitude D600 to display a resolution larger than 1024x768. The standard options won't offer this of course, but does it mean it's not possible? I really love the keyboard of the older laptop models and hope to use that with a good screen resolution. I recall using an application a couple years back on a Thinkpad R60 laptop to force a higher screen resolution, but then everything won't fit on the screen. Is it possible to have a larger resolution completely fit on my laptop's screen? I am aware that doing this is not very good for performance, but I am hoping to go beyond the regular screen resolution. Thank you for your time.
  9. I require help with using the Chrome tool for Windows 2000. I am currently using the tool on a Windows 2000 SP4 installation. I installed blackwingcat's kernelex, but I'm not sure if installing it even made a difference to my system. The version didn't have any difference. Back to the Chrome tool, I am getting errors that certain dll's are not properly installing: Shell32, Kernel32, Advapi32, User32, Ws2_32, wtsapi32, dnsapi, and iphlpapi. These issues will not allow SRWare 30 launch. What is the problem here? Am I missing any steps?
  10. Thank you for informing me! Where can I find the main differences between your palemoon 27 and 28 builds? I've tried both to find 28 superior in HTML rendering and streaming; 27 can't stream video even if I place the codecs in the folder.
  11. This is a very late question: has anyone tested whether the codec files work with the Windows 2000-compatible builds?
  12. Are all system drivers installed? If not, it may cause problems.
  13. That's the point. I don't have an XP installation on me at the moment, so that's why I asked of other users could test those because they were Vista-minimal.
  14. Excuse me, I already did [test over 15 separate browsers] and found the only browsers that worked were either the Chinese ones I've tested before. I did find a Russian Chromium 49 browser that fixed codec issues Is it too much to ask if certain browsers can be tested for me when I don't have time?😂 Also, thanks for the tip.
  15. Could someone with NETFramework 4 test these: Pampa Browser (claims to support XP and Vista) FireSky (Claims to have Vista support) My Windows Vista installation won't install Framework 4 and it's FRUSTRATING.
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