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  1. I managed to install net framework 4.7.2 in Windows Vista correctly: https://msfn.org/board/topic/178673-tutorial-how-to-install-net-framework-472-on-windows-vista/ Other software more updated to the list of latest software compatible with vista. .NET 4.8 does not work due to lack of ordinals
  2. It does not break windows update but applications that require net 4.x do not work
  3. No, I tried it and no type of program that requires .NET Framework 4.x worked, but with my method it worked.
  4. Hello everyone, this time I do not bring a question if not a solution for all users who are still using Windows Vista in 2019, how to install new versions of the .NET Framework in Windows Vista! Tested versions for me: 4.6.2 | 4.7 Requirements to be able to update net framework in Vista to more recent versions: Service Pack 2 installed (I recommend having the platform supplement and all the updates until April 2017) Net Framework 4.6.1 (Latest version compatible tested until moment with Vista) Compressor files like WinRAR or 7zip Warning: You will not be able to use Windows Update again in Vista after installing NET Framework 4.6.2 or 4.7.2, I recommend updating the system with all the updates until April 2017! Let's start with the procedure: Download the net framework version chosen in this case 4.7.2 from the MS page With our file compressor open the executable to install net framework and look for the file ParameterInfo.xml and copy it to the desktop Open the xml and search this line: <BlockIf DisplayText="#(loc.Blocker_UnSupportedOS)" ID="UnSupportedOS"> Replace all this code: <BlockIf DisplayText="#(loc.Blocker_UnSupportedOS)" ID="UnSupportedOS"> <And> <Equals LeftHandSide="Installing" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <Operation /> </Equals> <Or> <Or> <GreaterThanOrEqualTo LeftHandSide="6.1.0" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOS /> </GreaterThanOrEqualTo> <And> <Equals LeftHandSide="6.2" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOS /> </Equals> <Equals LeftHandSide="Client" BoolWhenNonExistent="false" Id="IsClient"> <RegKeyValue Location="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\InstallationType" /> </Equals> </And> </Or> <And> <Equals LeftHandSide="10.0" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOS /> </Equals> <GreaterThan LeftHandSide="14393" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <RegKeyValue Location="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\CurrentBuildNumber" /> </GreaterThan> </And> </Or> </And> </BlockIf> For this other code: <BlockIf DisplayText="#(loc.Blocker_UnSupportedOS)" ID="UnSupportedOS"> <And> <Equals LeftHandSide="Installing" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <Operation /> </Equals> <Or> <Or> <GreaterThan LeftHandSide="6.0.0" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOS /> </GreaterThan> <Equals LeftHandSide="6.1.0" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOS /> </Equals> </Or> <And> <And Id="Is2k8ServerCore"> <And> <And> <And> <LessThanOrEqualTo LeftHandSide="6.0.0" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOS /> </LessThanOrEqualTo> <GreaterThan LeftHandSide="6.1.0" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOS /> </GreaterThan> </And> <Not> <Equals LeftHandSide="Client" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <TargetOSType /> </Equals> </Not> </And> <Exists> <FileVersion Location="%windir%\system32\oclist.exe" /> </Exists> </And> <Exists> <Path Location="%windir%\system32\scregedit.wsf" /> </Exists> </And> <Not> <LessThanOrEqualTo LeftHandSide="4.0.31106.0" BoolWhenNonExistent="false"> <FileVersion Location="%windir%\System32\mscoree.dll" /> </LessThanOrEqualTo> </Not> </And> </Or> </And> </BlockIf> After saving the file open the net framework executable Open the label that you have installed Vista in this case C and you should find a folder with a long name that includes hexadecimal characters, open it and quickly replace the XML ParameterInfo that you edited. Note: I may still show you that it is not compatible, this is tedious and annoying but try several times as fast as possible to replace the xml ParamenterInfo while the files are being extracted before the installation begins! Net framework updated in Windows Vista! Screenshots here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=14gKJ6JlY1XxeDvcZtS7WdfncfnbHRAnZ https://drive.google.com/open?id=1r8bmcCjJ30UewCxCXgraMKunbhrk9ynb https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gdvPTKUbvEMPCBK2u-Osfxk-Fnttl3as
  5. Hello everyone, I want to register in outlook 2000 with my gmail account, follow the steps of this page: https://support.topechelon.com/how-to-access-gmail-with-outlook-2002-or-outlook-2003 I followed the steps to the letter but it does not work
  6. Finally, once and for all, it worked! Use HFSLIP with KB888111 and now I have sound Case closed
  7. If it is already at the operating system level, what I find strange is that the driver is compatible and official
  8. I do not have the windows audio service in the list of services !!! Must it be only in windows xp or higher? It can become the IRQ, but I did not see any BSOD and I do not have a resource tab in the drivers related to sound
  9. Try the version you told me and it does not work, a screenshot here, this is what happens to me
  10. At last I managed to solve the USB problem But the sound does not work, it is the VIA VT1708S and I have installed KB888111 but nothing is heard and the driver works correctly. I installed Windows 7 and Windows 10 on the same PC, and when installing the VIA driver it detects that I am using headphones and nothing is heard and I go to the sound configuration and change it through speakers and if it is heard! I do not know what happens if I try windows xp I forgot to say that when Windows 2000 starts I get several lines that say something about Disk Error i/o 00003101
  11. Try with others that come in the system and no result, still follows the exclamation mark. It is the error code 31 if you want to know.
  12. Hello, with this topic I want to install Windows 2000 completely on a H61 chispet with their respective drivers. I managed to install Windows 2000 using a USB keyboard with the PS2 adapter, since USB on H61 does not work on Windows 2000. I managed to get to the desktop but I see two drivers that are called "USB 2.0 Root Hub" that had an exclamation symbol as if it were not installed correctly. I managed to install the spark, network and screen drivers thanks to an unofficial BWC driver but the sound does not work, I have KB888111 installed and the 14c extended core, I do not get exclamation marks but nothing is heard. Anyone know how to solve the problem of the USB 2.0 Root Hub in Windows 2000 in modern hardware?
  13. Hello, I want to know how to do to have SNI support in Windows 2000, XP and 2003. I know it is only available for Vista and above, here someone says that it works with IE8 in Windows XP !!!
  14. Blackwingcat told me why BSOD appears when installing the driver with the extended core. For an unknown reason, it must be for incompatibility, the IEEE 802.11ac drivers do not work in Windows 2000, but the one that I have is IEEE 802.11bgn that I do not know if it's the same (first capture) But this wireless has retrocompatibility with 802.11bg and 802.11b, also to put the bandwidth in 20Mhz only (second capture) And the inf file has code which we can edit to our liking with those options (third capture)
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