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WinFX last won the day on December 3 2019

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  1. Hello, someone managed to install Office 2010 in Windows 2000, when installing it I have an error with the SPP Service, but when editing with Orca and adding conditional on spp_service.x86 for Windows XP or later in Components, the installation fails rollback
  2. I managed to install in Windows 2000, up to VMWare Workstation 7.1.6 with the method I used to install VMWare Workstation 11 and 12 in Vista, but I am thinking of installing VMWare Workstation 8.x with the same method, in this site blackwingcat demonstrates that VMware Player 4.0, which is equivalent to Workstation 8.0, managed to install it correctly and I installed Windows 8 at: http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1544432.html But when installing VMware Workstation 8 all files are fine except for vmx86.sys that is missing an instruction and I have the Extended Core v16d installed. In case there is a custom vmx86.sys or it is edited in some way since in the future I plan to install VMWare Workstation 10.
  3. I successfully installed Office 2007 Pro Plus on Windows 2000 but when opening any program the installation program opens, did this happen to anyone?
  4. There is a blackwingcat posting of how to install Office 2007 on Windows 2000 from an MSI file instead of .exe, I tried with Enterprise.WW and it didn't work due to an error 1713 that one of the required products could not be installed, I did what was said allow Win2K, allow independent execution, overwrite and rewrite, and it didn't work. http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/814868.html Error 1713 appears even in Windows XP and later, but installing it from setup.exe in XP is installed correctly but in 2000 I get an error even if I uncheck Groove.
  5. Yes, and it still doesn't install
  6. Hi, I can't install Office 2007 on Windows 2000 i tried with fcwin2k and NNN4NT5, neither worked for me. It appears to me that there was an error in the installation after 20% of the installation and it does not give me code or log, does anyone know why this is due? https://drive.google.com/open?id=14vRau1xzdIpkTwu0h_fLsbKUenOdaS-h
  7. Excellent great news, I have discovered two sites to download updates for all Windows that require these versions of Windows Update, in English and Spanish at least. I don't know if it would be legal to share external links in this forum since this is a collaborative project for people who for some reason continue to use these versions of Windows. There is a project called WULOS which has all the updates from Windows 95 to Vista. You could create a Windows Update with languages such as VBscript and JScript compatible with IE5 especially, in order to update these versions, Windows 2000 and XP keep the update in the registry after it is installed but I don't know if it happens with Windows 9x.
  8. When installing a version of the previous driver that did not require this, it worked correctly. But if I install the newest version that works on Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bride (requires extended core), it simply doesn't work on Windows 2000 even with the extended Core on v10 and v16d versions and none were successful, but on XP they worked. Then check that the problem came from hal.dll which was missing some instructions, as if it were that hal.dll on system32 when installing the extended core was not updated, but when doing it with the hal.dll of the extracted folder of the extended core there are no problems, does anyone know why this fault is due? Another thing that happens to me is that when replacing the old hal.dll with the extended core (of course with the extended core installed), Windows 2000 does not start and restarts indefinitely.
  9. I decided to install NET Framework 4.5 through the msi netfx_Full_x86, but I got an error that I had to run from setup.exe, but then I edited that with Orca MSI, a Windows Presentation Foundation Font Cache v4.0 error, someone knows that I have to do about it? Screenshot: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QSu7HpgjVomrb_-WJd-kubzf6W2txtxL
  10. Now Install .NET Framework 4.8 is possible to install without ordinals problem
  11. Today I managed to install .NET Framework 4.8 on my VM with Windows Vista Home Basic x64, how did I do it? First to install it use the method previously used with the .NET Framework 4.6.2 and 4.7.x; nothing more than this time the procedure is longer since when starting any application designed for .NET Framework 4.x in Vista an error dialog appears for lack of instructions in kernel32.dll and ole32.dll respectively. In HxD edit the clr.dll file that was the library that calls those instructions, replace clr.dll with the edited version and, surprise! NET Framework 4.8 is compatible with Windows Vista! Even create a small application with Visual Studio in Windows 7 to see if it worked at all and NET Framework 4.8 works correctly in Vista. Instructions for installing NET Framework 4.8 on Vista (you need to have a minimum .NET Framework 4.6.1 installed) 1. With the method of previous versions on this page: https://msfn.org/board/topic/178673-tutorial-how-to-install-net-framework-472-on-windows-vista/ 2. After finishing the installation, replace clr.dll in "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319" and "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319" with the versions in the zip file 3. Do regsvr32 if necessary 4. Restart your Windows Vista 5. NET Framework 4.8 in Windows Vista! Link to download the parch: Download
  12. There is an unofficial driver created by BWC available for Windows 2000, but that driver has a minimized graphic panel without the ability to create custom resolutions. Try the old version of Intel GMA that did not require DOTNETFX 3.0+. I want to add to my 17-inch crt monitor, the resolution 1280x960x32@72Hz, which is very comfortable to work on. There will be a patched version of the utility that requires DOTNETFX 3.0, since I change some files and when I simply open the utility I get an error; or also a third-party program that adds custom resolutions to Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000/4000; or edit the driver inf file to include this resolution.
  13. Yes, is that error, do you have any solution?
  14. In Windows Server 2003 on the client all sites loaded correctly while in Windows Server 2008 onwards some sites do not load on remote and routing access clients, for me it is solved with some updates or by changing some configuration within the server, I need it in Windows Server 2008 SP2.
  15. When I install Windows 2000 on Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge I get several lines several times that say "I/O Disk Error 0x00003031" or something similar four times, I wonder what it will be?
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