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i430VX

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  1. New java update 181: Installer still broken. The gz file still works... get it here: (make sure to accept the license agreement!) http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/es/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.html?printOnly=1 http://prntscr.com/k90ben
  2. Well, using FCWin2k its possible to use Yandex.Disk on XP x64! The "Classic" Version is supposed to work on XP x64, but doesn't. Simply download the classic (new has missing kernel functions) and open it up in fcwin2k. Then Set OS Ver to Windows XP SP3, and click runcompat. Presto! FCWin2k download: (Must be registered user and logged in on MSFN) https://msfn.org/board/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=42581
  3. you could PM @heinoganda for his ProxHTTPSProxy version, which adds tls1.1/1.2 ciphers to XP, including x64, as i've tested. NOTE: It does not literally add them, it just makes sites/resources with them usable.
  4. Having recently ditched Skype for Telegram, it doesn't affect me, but has anyone else tried to fudge the new Skype onto XP/Vista? I did, but to no avail. But my programming knowledge is limited.
  5. Well Windows 8.1x86 for some bizarre reason wouldn't accept any of my MSDN or retail keys, sooo I just put 10 x86 on it. Oh well. Not my tablet. (like I'd even use one)
  6. 32-Bit UEFI? Since when? I've never heard of such a thing. Also if it's on 10 like that page says, isn't that Windows 8 in the picture? I'll try to get my hands on an evil windows 10 ISO. Just fixing it for someone, I'd certainly never use 10. By the way, I can turn Secure boot OFF in the BIOS settings, if that makes a difference in possibly running 8x86, which I haven't tried, only x64 First Ill try 8.1 x86, otherwise 10 it is, I guess
  7. I'm trying to do a fresh install of Windows on a Trio tablet. Model name is Trio Windows 10.1 OD. Current windows install is completely trashed, and unbootable. I believe it has windows 8.1. I tried preparing a USB flash drive with a windows 8.1 ISO, I tried Rufus, the Windows DVD download tool, and just extracting the ISO to the drive. All refuse to boot, even with the flash drive set at the highest priority in the BIOS boot list. What am I doing wrong here?
  8. I cannot say exactly what differs in his changes as I do not know, but yes, you can overwrite the files in the palemoon folder, works fine for me. Yes regular is for Microprocessors supporting SSE2 (and beyond) instruction sets
  9. After significant research I could not locate a version later than 1.0.0.35. Anyone have a paid AOL account, therefore access to their support people? If so maybe ask what happened?
  10. Well, that didn't last long. The download page has been removed. the links you found for download still work, but just in case they cease to work, I have archived the last known version (1.0.0.35) on my server: http://i430vx.strangled.net/files/XP/EOL/AOL Shield 1.0.0.35 Setup.exe
  11. don't know if you're still having the issue but it works now for me. Xper fixed the download issue a while ago
  12. all of the netburst and later celerons (up to 3rd gen) should not have an issue running Vista on their respective architectures. And there may have been some early Intel Atom NetBooks capable of running Vista, however not very well, being Netbooks I'm pretty sure the Intel 945 chip set was the first to have an Aero driver
  13. Hi! Welcome to MSFN!
  14. Yeah, rarely see above 1 bar in my area (Western NY) Unless you're in a city. There's a lot of areas with no service (My place of employment being one of them) ...and don't even THINK about using 4G/LTE...
  15. By the way, got any other posts lost in the server crash you want finding?
  16. just got a 403 posting in https://msfn.org/board/topic/177563-newer-motherboards-that-support-winxp/ It seems the problem for me is link previews. If I click "display as a link instead" it posted fine.
  17. https://msfn.org/board/topic/177564-recovered-post-xp-x64-sabertooth-x99-drivers/ There's his post.
  18. @XP-x64-Lover has reuploaded te post, so check here for new info: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I found the link to this post in the through the google cache and got the page in the internet archive. Figured it was valuable. http://web.archive.org/web/20180312193738/https://msfn.org/board/topic/177547-xp-x64-sabertooth-x99-drivers/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ These drivers are derived directly from my Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (Volume License) install on my ASUS SABERTOOTH X99 Workstation. None of the drivers have been modified. They've been tested to work successfully on the ASUS SABERTOOTH X99 Motherboard. The download link is below! Please open the read me file for more information and what to expect; before proceeding with any driver installation. Download Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?1noclu654luf9 (Make sure to have 7-Zip so you can open the archive.) Enjoy!! - XP-x64-Lover
  19. That Exists in low profile? I'm going to have to get one for my desktop case system
  20. Here's one: I've been using an ASUS M5 A97 R2.0 with XP. I have a FX-8370 as the CPU. Compatibility with XP x86 and x64. Also, I use two Intel DQ35JOE's one with a Core 2 Quad, one with a Core 2 Duo. Compatibility With XP x86 and x64. Those are the only Desktop boards I have newer than Pentium 4.
  21. Somehow, when I was just about to start disabling the NICs, the issue resolved itself.
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