Jump to content
Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble
Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble

MSFN is made available via donations, subscriptions and advertising revenue. The use of ad-blocking software hurts the site. Please disable ad-blocking software or set an exception for MSFN. Alternatively, register and become a site sponsor/subscriber and ads will be disabled automatically. 


Windows 2000

Member
  • Content Count

    105
  • Donations

    $0.00 
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

6 Neutral

About Windows 2000

Profile Information

  • OS
    Windows 2000 Professional
  • Country

Recent Profile Visitors

1,900 profile views
  1. Windows 2000

    How to install One-Core-API?

    Added you.
  2. Windows 2000

    How to install One-Core-API?

    Well, I do actually own them. Could anybody help me how to install it on my Windows XP pc however? Maybe on a PM or something?
  3. Windows 2000

    How to install One-Core-API?

    Hello. I was wondering, how could I install One-Core-API on Windows XP? When I download it there are just a bunch of folders which I don't know what to do with. Can anyone explain?
  4. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    Well... It seems that New Moon actually does the job and loads all sites and is now set as my default web browser. But why doesn't Earth or in fact most downloaders (or apps that should connect to a server) still not work? EDIT: Okay, Google Earth fixed itself after reinstall.. Things seem to be getting a lot better since I set the default browser to be New Moon. EDIT 2: Some downloaders still don't seem to work.
  5. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    No. I’ll try it when I get home but I doubt it will do anything.
  6. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    Well, pirate bay doesn’t seem to work, many random sites around google don’t seem to work and I think that Earth, Paladin’s downloader and World Of Warcraft’s downloader not working has something to do with the certificates. They refuse to connect to their server.
  7. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    The thing is, those sites that don't work on Chrome, don't work on any other browser. Even the site for downloading New Moon shows that error:
  8. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    Some sites seem to tell me that my clock is not updated, but how could that be the case if they are like only two of them? Shouldn't I not be able to access any sites if that were the case?
  9. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    I've tried it and still have that problem, but YouTube seems to work better so I will keep it. By the way, is it sure that it is safe? Because my anti-virus (Symantec) was screaming at me for being a virus.
  10. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    Thank you a lot @i430VX. That really did in fact fix my Steam and it's working perfectly now! You cannot imagine how thankful I am right now. The only thing left now are some of the web sites not openning and Google Earth not being able to load well, earth.
  11. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    I'll try it and report back.
  12. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    I'm using Chrome 49 @siria. The latest that's avaiable for Windows XP.
  13. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    Doesn't seem to work either. Wasn't able to do that myself.
  14. Windows 2000

    Windows XP SSL Certificate Errors

    Thanks for your answer. Unfortunately, I've tried it but it doesn't seem to do anything. Beware, because I downgraded my PC from Windows 7 to Windows XP x64 and then those problems came.
  15. Hello. I've installed Windows XP x64 SP2 on my main PC a week ago. Everything seems to work wonderfully, except for some weird problems with some SSL certificates. Google Earth doesn't seem to work, Steam can't download games ("Can't connect to server"), Chrome can't load some sites saying ERROR_SSL_"something". So I've been trying to figure it out, but nothing I do seems to work. I've installed some updates, enabled Automatic Updates letting Windows to install hundreds more, I've tried @heinoganda's certificate updater.. Nothing, just nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
×