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Gamerappa

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  1. Hello, I've wanted to use WhatPulse on my Toshiba Satellite L550, however, WhatPulse 2.8.4 throws out this error The procedure entry point SetProcessDPIAware could not be located in the dynamic link library USER32.dll This is a error that was introduced in 2.8.2, this means the last version that opens on XP is 2.8.1, however, It doesn't authenticate anymore. How do i patch (as in removing the mention of SetProcessDPIAware) WhatPulse 2.8.4 so that it works on XP? Sorry if this is on the wrong section :/
  2. I think it was the right choice for ROBLOX to end support for XP and Vista, The average ROBLOX player (which are mostly kids and early teens) plays the game on Mobile, or Windows 7, 8.1 or 10, or rarely XBOX ONE There doesn't seem to be any other way to play ROBLOX, Finobe, a old revival with a community that reminds me a lot of a forum's "random" category, doesn't seem to be compatible with XP and Raymonf doesn't want to... At least Minecraft should work with the old launcher. Yeah, but they will not be able to play the games, Unless if it's a revival.
  3. oof, i was installing 142 POSready updates :/
  4. I'm a bit confused, So i'm running SP4 on a Virtual Machine, but then, do i have to install post-updates via a extracted ISO image?
  5. I've never saw a tutorial to add the Pearl animation in Windows 7. And probably adding it will require rewriting everything.
  6. Internet Explorer now has issues on YouTube, I remember running IE10 on Windows 8.0 and the player was breaking down (play button misaligned, etc), but that was early-2018. I also have memories of YouTube's player breaking down in IE8 (buttons invisible) all the way back in 2014. I think it's possible to use YouTube's classic theme on IE12, as the material theme just doesn't work that well, as far as i know.
  7. Some people may know me from another forum called MessengerGeek. I have a interest in Windows XP and older versions of Windows.


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