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xpandvistafan last won the day on February 23 2022

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  1. For me, I just downloaded the Chrome installer, and when I ran it, I intercepted the requests when it was downloading and it directed to the above links. The Chrome Installer still pushes Chrome 109 to operating systems below Windows 10, and when it fetches 109, it should fetch the latest version, which is currently 104.0.5414.129.
  2. That's great that this works. So I guess manually installing the new updates will make it work, at least on Windows 7. As I said earlier, new updates (only security updates) will be released until October, so we should get updates on 109 until then, after that, we will have to look at backporting again, as has been done on MacOS.
  3. There is also a direct download link to the new version that Google has released. Can you test if the links below works and installs? Chrome 109.0.5414.129 64 bit: https://www.google.com/dl/release2/chrome/juzaykgd5e6nyvk27fwtbrjgoa_109.0.5414.129/109.0.5414.129_chrome_installer.exe Chrome 109.0.5414.129 32 bit: https://www.google.com/dl/release2/chrome/kr3ekrngooyu46qwruasnjsjey_109.0.5414.129/109.0.5414.129_chrome_installer.exe
  4. For those who don't know, Google will continue pushing Chrome 109 updates until October for Windows Server 2012. You can find more about that here. However, on my Windows 8.1 machine, it seems updates for 109 are being pushed as well. I just got updated to Chrome 109.0.5414.129, which is supposed to be for Server 2012 only. Can someone test on Windows 7 and see if it has also been updated?
  5. Yeah, something similar has been done for older versions of MacOS. Someone took a backup of the repo of the last working compile for MacOS 10.7, and then started backporting fixes for it. https://github.com/blueboxd/chromium-legacy. In fact, Chrome now requires MacOS 10.13, but this program can run on 10.7 to 10.12.
  6. I just want to give an update on what has been going on with VxKex these past few months. So while the last official release was in August, vxiiduu has still been working on the project. It is currently be completely rewritten, as can be seen on the Github project. Some programs that have been fixed by VxKex include the latest version of iTunes (albeit with some visual bugs), OneDrive, and many others. So while there hasn't been an official release in a few months, keep your eyes on VxKex, as it will continue to improve over the coming months and years.
  7. Sorry for reviving such an old thread, but this actually works. It seems it connects to http://weather.service.msn.com/ which was supposed to be discontinued April 2016.
  8. Sorry to reply to such an old post, but did you ever get a chance to intercept the requests to the server during gameplay when it was working? It would help with reverse engineering the game. Also, do you remember if it connected to the server via https? If it did, that is probably a reason it was shutdown, because for Windows ME to connect using https, it would need to use really old outdated cipher suites and a SHA-1 certificate.
  9. Is it still working now? Can you put a link to the forum you are following so that it is easier for people here at MSFN to keep tabs on OneDrive?
  10. The advantage of using LegacyUpdate though is that you do not need a proxy to access the site. You can just go the site, install it, and then it will be working.
  11. You can still do it, but it's extremely complicated and required me to replace requests and responses using proxies to actually get it to login. I got it to login on Opera 10 on Windows 98. This shows it's still possible, although it's a tedious process.
  12. https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?service=mail&continue=https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/&followup=https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/&emr=1&nojavascript=1 You can still access the no javascript login page by adding ?nojavascript=1 to the url or using the URL above. It might give you a browser unsupported message on older browsers, but if you spoof your user agent just for the login it will work.
  13. So it actually searches for updates now? Or that is still not working?
  14. You think it has to do with the .des file? There are many different .des files with different sizes.

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