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Nojus2001

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    Windows XP diehard. You will never upgrade me from XP
  • Birthday March 4

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  1. After examing, it appears that these are the following functions missing in certain file(s): ADVAPI32.DLL EventRegister EventUnregister EventWrite MSVCRT.DLL _except_handler4_common _ftol2 _ftol2_sse d2d1.dll(?) Anyone who have eXPrience like @FranceBB could patch it, as i'm not well known with DLL patching myself (though would like to learn on how-to)
  2. Image from a recent news article, my guess they use XP as they can't easily upgrade emergency centers, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
  3. What they did is change the User Agent for youtube.com to bump the Firefox version from 42.0 to ~60+(?) (In my Opinion, I prefer the old UI since it's less CPU intensive with my hardware and I like it too =P)
  4. Hello everyone, I've been wanting to do this experiment a long time ago, so I would like to install Windows NT 4.0 Workstation on this laptop, but from my research there are no official drivers available for it, maybe there are some unofficial ones?
  5. Modern Talking "Back For Good" album on cassette
  6. I had sort of this problem with Roy's browsers after installing XomPie (On Windows Server 2003 the browsers don't start at all and some programs that aren't patched give errors until you uninstall the patcher) It seems like there some sort of "DLL conflict" with the programs, but again it's NOT a Trojan or nor anything malicious included, some AntiViruses give false positives for these custom DLLs from my experience
  7. I was able to patch this using Alky applications
  8. ESET probably didn't even test it on XP Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection and Wow64RevertWow64FsRedirection are missing that prevent it from running Infact both of these functions are in Server 2003/XP x64 SP1+
  9. Home Edition doesn't even include an option to enable it! There is no real way of getting brute forced attacked or hacked via RDP on a consumer computer, as long as it has it disabled =p Tested the tool on my Server, said it was all good
  10. Well, I tried changing it, still trows the same error and when loading the exe, still shows 6.0 instead of 5.1 :/
  11. Hello, long time since i've created a thread here. Anyways, the issue i'm facing is that the new release of HeidiSQL 10.3 installer gives a "Not valid Win32 application" error: The installer was made with Inno Setup 6v, keep in mind the program itself has zero missing dependencies. The developer suggested me to download the portable version and delete 'portable.lock' to make like it's installed on the system, though. I obviously discussed on the official forum and the end I was recommended to upgrade Windows (again with the ol' mantra). So, my question is, can it be made with some magic to the installer, so it would run on XP/Server 2003?
  12. At least they actually bothered to fix it
  13. It gave some better performance on my Pentium M laptop, heavy sites load better without hanging the browser :)
  14. Are YOU sure? Have you tried going to Pale Moon's site and installing one of it's themes or extension?
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