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Everything posted by SigmaTel71

  1. This is a fake image. Look at the taskbar. Don't you see that something's off?
  2. According to Chromium issue back from 2015,
  3. Also, their Security Space keys do work on Symbian 9.x versions. And you still can get recent VDBs. On a long-dead mobile OS you still get updates! If you ever going to add some protection to your Windows 98 SE machine, go for Dr.Web 5.0. For Windows 2000 SP4 — Dr.Web Security Space 7. Both still get their VDB updates, but you have to be careful about 98SE: there can be serious performance impacts.
  4. Dr.Web Security Space 12.0 is working too. Actually, any version of Dr.Web Security Space that is compatible with Windows Vista and newer. But you'd need to get an update for SHA-256 support, which is kindly provided in the instructions on the website. https://support.drweb.com/sha2
  5. I guess it will be better if you ask win32 directly in PMs about it.
  6. Patience is the main key. I still wait for my queue to test things for modern versions of World of Tanks and Wargaming.net Game Center. I have submitted the required logs to win32 and silently wait for stuff to come, being ready to retest or provide more details.
  7. IIRC, in Windows Vista, Aero relies on DirectX 10 when possible.
  8. I have a feel that the next release of the extended kernel will be much different from the current one... is there a 'preview' changelog by the current state of development version? Mostly DirectX and deeply Windows 7 specific functions?
  9. Windows Error Reporting component, right on the mark, that's what Wer means in the function name beginning.
  10. Any GPU, not even mentioning the driver, requires a very precise timer that can peek down to milliseconds. No matter if that's NVIDIA, AMD, Intel or S3 Chrome 540 GTX.
  11. That's quite unusal, WGC cannot be spoofed to Windows 7. Is that WMI messing with me?
  12. This is a part of DirectX 11.2 runtime which is available in Windows 8.1 and newer.
  13. I'm curious where have you found the 16:9 version of 'Professional' wallpaper on your profile banner. Or have you made one by yourself?

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    2. SigmaTel71


      Can you make one in 16:10 aspect ratio (1920x1200), please? I'll be really happy to see one with Windows XP Professional logo and respective blue-ish color. :rolleyes:

    3. SC7601


      Maybe later, TBH I don't have the feeling of "extending Windows XP wallpaper" nowadays, so I'll better make it when I'm interested. I might post it on r/wallpapers too, so more people would have the chance to see it.

    4. mina7601


      I hope you post it on r/windowsxp as well.

  14. 1.5 GB per process (2 GB in Vista and higher), the actual RAM limit is around 3.2 GB unless you enable PAE.
  15. You can't run Discord client downloaded from its official website yet, but you might want to use it through web browser instead.
  16. Wargaming.net Game Center (x64) v22.02.00.9193 confirmed to be working with the Extended Kernel released on July 27, 2022. World of Tanks 1.17.1 is still not working due to lack of DirectX 11.1 interface, while enCore RT v0.2 is working flawlessly, yet crash at medium preset. UPD (March 8, 2023): v23 and newer are failing to start updating or installing the game.
  17. KERNELOL.DLL is no longer needed at SysWOW64?
  18. I got full-screen notifications about upcoming retirement of Windows 8.1 support when I installed the latest Monthly Rollup. Having an option to uninstall this mess and not install at all is great, so I keep installing security-only equivalents of these updates.
  19. So my prerequsites are completely vanila Windows Vista SP2 installation I should update through Windows Update somehow or an update package I'm not aware of? After complete update procedure, what should be done? Just test if it does not refuse to boot?
  20. I can guarantee whatever I do on my websites will work almost flawlessly both in browsers requiring extended kernel (and even ones which don't).
  21. I have my old i5-4570 bench nearby, if it has anything useful for Vista, let me know. Got the specs (datasheets) on Intel Series 3 chipsets, well, that's true, but from what the community says over on MacRumors, there is no need to panic at least on P35 chipset, which is used on my GA-P35-S3G mobo. But all those Intel ME or AMD PSP things don't bother me much as I don't process any highly confidential or top-secret machinery things on my home computer. If I did, then I'd care cutting/disabling this out. Fingerprinting? To be fair, I have some experience over web developing, and to my perspective, fingerprinting is barely possible to avoid unless you visit websites that explicitly don't run any analytics through JS or cookies.
  22. Can you name anything from this list that exists in this God forsaken LGA775 socket stub? Are we talking about year 2009 or 2015?
  23. Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 was released in Q1'09, so, yeah. The error does not appear in default Vista kernel, anyway. 'Execute Disable Bit', or NX bit. It has nothing to do with copy protections or antiviruses.
  24. Do I need to do that for System32 as well, or SysWOW64 is enough? I'm running on x64 system.
  25. Fifty-fifty. In some cases, applications continue to crash with BEX error at WerFault log.

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