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Everything posted by tyukok

  1. AFAIK Acer Veriton N260G uses ALC662 chip, which should have native Windows 2000 drivers. Try these. Also try installing Extended Core v16e, it should let you install some XP drivers.
  2. What's the error code? You'll probably need to slipstream a SATA driver. Try one of these: http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/813816.html
  3. I changed the link, should be OK now. Also you'll need to install them manually in Device Manager, and when installing the drivers Windows would ask for NvCplSetupInt.exe, you can get it from 32bit XP version of the driver: https://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/96076/en-us
  4. It will work, but you'll need to slipstream the SATA driver from here: http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/844979.html Not sure if ACPI would work with it, but you can try replacing your ACPI.SY_ with this .CAB file: http://win2k.org/cgi-bin/dl.cgi?file=acpi.cab Also your GPU should work with these drivers (359.06), but you'll need to install KernelEx + Extended Core v16a first: http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1114373.html
  5. Try installing KernelEx and Extended Core v16a. This should allow you to use a lot of Windows XP drivers.
  6. After some .inf file editing I managed to get my onboard Asmedia ASM2142 USB 3.1 controller to work with Windows 2000. I tested the drivers with ASM2142, but, generally speaking, they should work with devices with the following detection IDs: PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1040 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1041 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1042 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1142 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1240 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1241 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1242 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_1343 PCI\VEN_1B21&DEV_2142 Additional testing would be greatly appreciated. Important: you must have KernelEx and Extend
  7. It's possible, as long as you don't mind running it without ACPI. But you'll need drivers for your onboard SATA controller. Try this one: http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/813816.html I managed to install and run Windows 2000 on a Z370 machine, in a dualboot setup.
  8. Made a fresh Win2000 install, installed KernelEx, then installed the driver - it didn't work. But then I found extended core 16a, installed that, and on reboot the driver worked!
  9. My 7800GTX only had 256MB. I replaced the original 77.72 NVCORE.VXD with the patched one before installing it, didn't try to use the unpatched one.
  10. I'm currently trying to get GeForce GT 710 to work with Windows 2000. I installed blackwingcat's KernelEx v30f as well as extended core v12a, but when I try to install BWC's NVIDIA driver v359.06 (by manually installing nv4_dispi.inf in Hardware Manager), all I get is Error Code 31. What am I doing wrong?
  11. Not sure if that’s what it’s about, but here’s what I found: https://community.microfocus.com/t5/DevPartner-Knowledge-Base/Automatic-Unloading-of-VxDs/ta-p/1740946
  12. http://www.mdgx.com/add.htm#DDK Complete Windows 98/98 SE DDK + DOCs (make sure to check out READ1ST!.TXT before installing): http://www.mdgx.com/spx/98DDK.RAR
  13. Doesn't seem like it. I tried, every version after 52 ESR gave me errors. But, unless you need WebExtensions, that's hardly a problem, because Mypal and the latest version of Roytam1's Basilisk/UXP run fine (with Basilisk/UXP being more stable of the two). I know I'm late with this, but I think the best option would be going with an external firewall (basically a tiny, Intel NUC-like, PC with UTM software running on it, acting as a pass-through filter between the internet and the home network), outsourcing the antivirus work to a separate machine.
  14. Can confirm, both methods work. EDIT: Replaced my DLLs with the ones from my Win2000 KernelEx install, they don't seem to do any difference for me.
  15. Neat! Where did you get patched ACPI? I tried to install on a Z370, got a 0x00000000A5 error.
  16. Hmm, that's odd. I run Firefox 35 and 47 with javascript enabled, everything works more or less as intended. What are your specs?
  17. It seems like JS freezing problem has something to do with the way Goanna engine handles it. Every version of Pale Moon that ran with KernelEx froze whenever I tried to open any website that uses JS.
  18. I'm gonna leave this guide for defusing the timebomb here. http://cache.tehsausage.com/flash/defuse.txt Instead of changing the year to 2040, it replaces the value with a NaN - "not a number". Adobe's code will check if the current time in milliseconds is above NaN, which always returns false, so it basically means infinity. I did it before january 13th, everything Flash-related works fine. Now I wonder if it's possible to set the system date to before January 13th, install the latest flash, then follow the guide and return the system date to how it was. Also apparently the same
  19. Now I am at the point where firefox from 49 to 62 give me XPCOM error. Here's my Kexstubs.ini. I guess until KernelEx 25 comes out this is as good as things will get. EDIT: Done some more testing, now every Firefox starting with 49 (even 85 beta) gives me XPCOM error. Changes to Kexstubs.ini are in [KERNEL32] and [NTDLL] sections. Kexstubs.ini
  20. It generally depends on what are you going to use it for. Most websites won't put too much of a load on your system, but for JavaScript-heavy websites like Youtube you would really want at least a Pentium 4 and a Geforce 6 Series videocard (and a high-end one at that) to use them comfortably. Really shows how horrifically bloated the web has become in general. Remember how everyone wanted Flash gone because of how much load it put on the system? I'm pretty sure nobody who hated it back then knew how bad things would really get.
  21. If I don't add InitializeConditionVariable in Kexstubs.ini it tells me that MOZGLUE.DLL is associated with missing KERNEL32:InitializeConditionVariable. Adding or removing InitializeSListHead and VerSetConditionMask doesn't seem to change anything however, so I removed them for now.
  22. I've been testing later versions of Firefox (53-60). Added the following to Kexstubs.ini: [KERNEL32.DLL] SleepConditionVariableCS= WakeAllConditionVariable= WakeConditionVariable= InitializeConditionVariable= and this to KnownDLLs: "API-MS-WIN-CORE-FIBERS-L1-1-1"="KERNEL32.DLL" "API-MS-WIN-CORE-LOCALIZATION-OBSOLETE-L1-2-0"="KERNEL32.DLL" so now when I try to run them these two errors appear: after which they crash no matter what I choose.
  23. I have a 7800GTX, but 77.72 drivers don't have a line for it in NVAML.INF. So I replaced NVAML.INF with the one from 82.69, and the drivers worked. No problems so far.
  24. An important addition I forgot to mention: I was testing it on 98SE. I installed ME to see if anything might be different, installed KernelEx in exactly the same way as I did on 98SE, used the same DLLs, same compatibility settings, same registry values - and I got XPCOM error here too.
  25. I have Goodmaneuver's KnownDLLs, as well as edited core.ini, so that's what might be causing it. I put ucrtbase.dll directly into System folder and set compatibility mode as Base enhancements. Also I didn't use the installer for Mypal, only unpacked the files.
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