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  1. Then there's two options: * Copy where the minecraft.jar file is (i doubt it would be utilised but still worth a try) * copy to the java runtime folder (where java.exe is)
  2. >it looks quite promising can you help me install it please I'm kinda confused Easy as can be, just copy the dll files to the program folder where the exe is located
  3. None of the virtual machine software do support 3d graphics acceleration for Win9X, alas. You have to use an OpenGL -- GDI software renderer like Mesa3D. 6.5 and unofficial 7.5.1 are guaranteed to work with Win95 and above.
  4. One way to find out is if someone who somehow has access to those updates can check whether there are some sort of confidential + trackable data embedded within those premium updates.
  5. I think it's probably one of those very few updates that Microsoft has accidentally released for public but took it down alas, but unlike the previous KB4501226 time zone update, alas nobody has archived it. (hope that I'm wrong)
  6. my bad, have messed up the terms. glad to know it works.
  7. I think this ublock rule should handle it: ! 2.04.2020 https://www.youtube.com www.youtube.com###old-browser-alert
  8. Have you followed the advice of this poster?: Sure it's on Haswell, but Skylake's like one generation higher (if you don't count Broadwell). EDIT: Just checked - that guy has tested it on x86 Vista, which is already confirmed working, so not sure how things may be with Vista x64.
  9. If the user wishes, he would add the rss feed of roy's software blogspot to his feed aggregator with scanning interval being what the user wants to. Simple.
  10. What do you mean there are no download links for that update. They appear for me fine and you're still able to download it: https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/search.aspx?q=kb4487990 I've noticed however that generally the download link might not appear on that pop-up when you click the download button. You have to reopen it until the download link appears. Also a second recommendation is to use the Googlebot useragent to have all download links for updates appeared, not only the one from the locale used that it detects based on the useragent:
  11. Have it fully updated, first. Also upgrade IE8 to IE9.
  12. Try retesting now. wayback machine works for me at the moment. This service is destined to archive "removed" KB articles from Microsoft, but they haven't included this specific KB yet: https://mskb.pkisolutions.com/kb/search There's also this Microsoft KB Archive, spanning the time period from the beginning until circa the end of 2007: https://www.betaarchive.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=72&t=38285
  13. No problem, but here's an one small question for the record: What was the version of the drivers that the device manager installed and made it to work? Now I'm not sure but I would've prefered if you installed the driver via the setup.exe so the other intel components would be installed, but if there's no difference between the setup.exe way and the devmgmt way (for ex. it still added the intel igpu control panel), then there's nothing to worry about).
  14. @jytkytin https://www70.zippyshare.com/v/b5aDQCAS/file.html try from this other mirror
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