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ED_Sln last won the day on July 7 2020

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  1. The 6th version does not support XP, it is already an ordinary chromoclone, download the 5th version.
  2. Yes, it works well now. Thanks!
  3. Firefox 45.9.32 x64 does not start on Windows XP x64, "firefox.exe is not a Win32 application" error. I also checked version 45.9.31 x64, there is the same error.
  4. The program is Chinese, like the browser, but all the button prompts are in English. https://mega.nz/file/LzYyXRQa#3IubkwPvOdxogklvY2fGrZ7tIUNxv-itharvJI1uRI0
  5. I am using the SnapShot program from MyIE9 (ancestor of Maxthon). One file, 690KB. I can unload if needed.
  6. Some flash drives need more voltage, others less, so one will work and the other will not.
  7. It looks like a lack of usb supply voltage.
  8. No, NTFS always works on flash drives. But if there are two partitions on the flash drive, then the OS will show only the first one.
  9. No, this is some kind of problem you have, my XP opens flash drives with FAT, NTFS and exFAT.
  10. No, I'm not talking about resetting the BIOS. Are flash drives detected in the BIOS? There may be a problem with the USB voltage, so the flash drives do not have enough voltage, and this is already a hardware problem. To exclude this, and you need to check in the BIOS or LiveCD.
  11. Oh, this is a laptop. Then check if the flash drives are detected by the BIOS. Or boot from the LiveCD and check there.
  12. Where do you connect the flash drive? If into the front panel, try plugging directly into the motherboard at the back.
  13. Are other USB devices working? When you connect a USB flash drive, does something appear in the device manager?
  14. I found that if you enable compatibility mode with Windows 2000, then version 13 starts to open sites with TLS 1.3 and with a valid certificate. Maybe someone already wrote about it, but I haven't seen it. You can check on this site, it only uses version 1.3: https://tls13.1d.pw/
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