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  1. Well, after another time running Tweaking.com - Windows Repair, and another time reinstalling the Infrared drivers, it somehow started working this time. And, FWIW, the text display issue mentioned in the last post also somehow resolved itself.
  2. Now I'm having another problem! http://prntscr.com/ppx6un
  3. I opened up irftp.exe in dependancy walker, and I noticed wer.dll was missing. I replaced that from another computer which made dependancy walker happy but the IR functionality still does not work.
  4. Typo. I do know the real spelling, I just sorta had a brainlapse a couple of times, I'll fix the title
  5. Well, sorta. The messages stopped altogether as the laptop with working infrared could no longer detect the HP as it's infared is disabled. Re-enabling it and trying again produces the same issues as before.
  6. I tried disabling and re-enabling infared at the bios level, didnt seem to help, unfortunately.
  7. Hello guys. I have an HP compaq nc4010 with some issues with it's infared transceiver. The first issue is that the Infared "Wireless Link" applet in the control panel refuses to open, simply doing nothing upon being clicked. The Second issue is that when attempting to transfer files to or from this HP, the other computer gets the Infared prompt, but this one does not. Attempting anyway on the other computer always ends in "the other machine actively refused it." The infared service is running, and proper drivers appear to be installed. Thanks for any help.
  8. You can enable that login screen on POSready, and probably the other derivatives, too. IIRC it has normal XP branding.
  9. Windows XP Spotted on a cash register! not my picture but when i saw it i knew i needed to post it here!
  10. It's fine. But what browsers exactly should utilize this patch? Should serpent 52 use the FF52 patch or just the usual FF45 version?
  11. You're progressing towards covering what i wanted to do, so: I've set his previous site (rloew1.x10host.com) to redirect to yours. Hopefully that should catch any stragglers. Thanks again for setting yours up.
  12. You'd be right. However BEFORE the store was Napa, the counter was still blue.
  13. Alright, that's cool! I'll also make sure to include a link to rloewelectronics.com when you get that up.
  14. Very. This part of New York State has a lot of Timmies. They built a Dunkin Donuts in town a few years ago, it gets almost no business. Tim's is packed to the road every morning. I hear they don't do so well most other places in the 'States, though. Might be how close I am to the Canadian border having to do with everyone here preferring Canada's Favorite Coffee.
  15. Well after thinking about it, I have come to the conclusion, that (if desired by rloew's family) I have the resources to bring rloew's site back to life. I can update it to have current links to download his projects and stuff like that, as the web archive "sort by author" leaves a bit to be desired. I'll only do this if rloew's family is OK with it, it's only an invitation. But with that being said I'd be more than happy to do it if desired.
  16. Not the best photo quality but the auto parts shop in town is still running XP on one of their PCs.Though (out of picture) the PC is now resting in their counter instead of directly under the monitor as it previously was, the last time I posted about it. The picture is actually from about 2 months ago and I forgot to share it until now. They still are running XP now though!
  17. Oh, it doesnt? My knoweldge is limited on cloudflare. Now I know. Looking deeper I see. You need to own the parent domain to protect the subdomains.
  18. You should be able to use your Cloudflare protection. I don't see why you couldn't, anyway.
  19. I personally would -NOT- recommend using a "cloud storage" option, as, while they may be free(ish), it will make downloading a lot harder and slower for those on slow computers, as opposed to Good Old HTTP(s). And for me and @Mathwiz cloud storage options would bring forward a whole world of hurt for the browser downloader/installers we Maintain. @roytam1, have you considered getting a free (forever) subdomain from a service such as strangled.net? I used to use it before I bought the i430vx.net domain and I had no issues with it.
  20. If you're talking about my installer @3dreal, I don't really understand. The New Moon SSE option works just fine for me.
  21. Alright folks, my browser installer has been updated to use @roytam1's new hostname. Enjoy! As always, it's available on my web site at: http://i430vx.net/files/XP/RoyTam Browser Installer.exe
  22. Links to the new Adobe Flash with valid SHA1 signatures: Internet Exploder (InfectiveX): http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/pdc/ Mozilla Firefox/Derivatives + Opera Presto + Chromium 44 and earlier (NPAPI): http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/pdc/ Chromium 45+ (PPAPI): http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/pdc/
  23. To users of my browser installer: It doesnt work right now due to the domain name change, I will have that fixed ASAP :)
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