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  1. how can i test that? javascript seemed to work fine but i am not 100% sure i am reinstalling my 98se right now (accidentally wiped my boot drive trying to use ssd trim program by r.loew, oops.. should have read the readme :P) but i will test javascript after im done if you can show me how
  2. i just use the official amd 6.2 driver, latest version yes, it is a real machine. the ssd is an older one from the late 2000s so thats why its only 32gb. just an old part i got for free and decided to use. then i have the 400gb hdd to store my downloads and games on since they are a large size i do still have search symbols in my mypal when using 0kb search.json as read only just tried this on my mypal and it works! now i have good rendering for the firefox 2 theme is there also any good way to fix the bookmarks & downloads window?
  3. normal theme has discoloration and other glitches on some of the textures, like the close button. i have the same problem in firefox 45 w/ classicthemerestorer as well, although its much worse in that browser as it effects the tabs and other things too firefox 52esr works & renders perfectly fine however system specs: motherboard: asus p5wd2 premium cpu: pentium 4 3.2ghz ram: 2gb (2x1gb) ddr2 video card: ati radeon 9250 pci boot drive: ocz 32gb ssd storage drive: 400gb hdd
  4. yes its the most non-broken one i could find (not many ui glitches)
  5. also, interestingly enough, installing plus! 98 seems to have fixed the bug where the UI fonts are rendered in times new roman, and has also fixed the missing characters in my search bar on mypal
  6. thank you! i now have firefox 45, 52 & mypal all working on 98se! also, i figured out an easier & more consistent way to fix the search/address bar bug: close the browser, delete the search.json file in your profile folder, make an empty txt called search.json, go into its properties and make it read only turns out the file doesnt actually need to contain anything for your search engines to work, it just needs to not contain invalid data like the browser seems to want to put in there
  7. i use headphones 99% of the time on my computer. with laptops it's either just bad audio like on the m6400, or on most machines its just too quiet for my ears. its very rare to find a laptop for a decent price with actual good audio. i had the dell precision m90 though which did have pretty good sound, very loud and had a 5w subwoofer on the bottom to give it a bit of punch. not a lot of bass though EDIT: if you want to try a pair of headphones, i suggest the Shure SRH440. i have been using those as my daily for about 5 years, they are $79 on amazon which is not bad since they are studio headphones with pretty darn good sound quality with a neutral sound stage. you could also try the Shure SRH840 which is the higher end model, i havent tried those myself but they get very good reviews and are $129 on amazon
  8. a friend was able to run the original dark souls on xp in offline mode. im not sure if he used the regular steam version or if he applied a crack to it, but somehow it worked and played perfectly
  9. i just use headphones when i need to do anything with sound on it. rest of the laptop is fine but the speakers are total crap
  10. hi, it seems that the m6400 sound system is just total junk. i have a m6400 and the audio sounds just as you described: crunchy, muffled, washed out. doesnt matter what OS or drivers i use, mac and linux have the same problem. its unfortunate that such an otherwise great laptop has a flaw like this, i also have the m90 precision which is the older model by a couple years, and the audio is amazing on it unlike the m6400
  11. empty desktop: and here is a busy screenshot, just an example to show what it looks like when working on things: the theme is a customized version of the classic windows "Lilac" theme. all i did was change the title bars to a solid color instead of a gradient, and set the desktop color to a nice dark purple. classic shell is used with the "classic windows captions" theme for the start menu, t-clock redux for the taskbar clock and some other utilities such as caps lock indicator, which shows me my caps lock, num lock and scroll lock status. and even gives a nice little notification when i press one. and the mouse cursor theme is called "Metro X3", specifically the light black variant. (copy pasted from windows 7 desktop thread)
  12. empty desktop: and here is a busy screenshot, just an example to show what it looks like when working on things: the theme is a customized version of the classic windows "Lilac" theme. all i did was change the title bars to a solid color instead of a gradient, and set the desktop color to a nice dark purple. classic shell is used with the "classic windows captions" theme for the start menu, t-clock redux for the taskbar clock and some other utilities such as caps lock indicator, which shows me my caps lock, num lock and scroll lock status. and even gives a nice little notification when i press one. and the mouse cursor theme is called "Metro X3", specifically the light black variant.
  13. Hi, my name is dotexe. I am a computer programmer and am currently learning about PE hacking/patching, disassembly, and other things related to making extended kernels, and hope to make my own kernel for Windows 7 once I can figure out some more things.
  14. Hi, I have attempted to patch a function into KernelBase.dll with no luck. winload.exe was patched by changing every mov whatever, 0xc0000428 to mov whatever, 0x0 so that the kernel can load. It seems there is some kind of discrepancy somewhere across the chain, as whenever kernelbase.dll is patched, no matter what patches are applied, the system will encounter an access violation late in the boot process. It's kind of strange because I ran the system through WinDbg, and when it crashes, the stack trace mentions that it's crashing when trying to call SetSystemPowerState, which isn't even part of KernelBase.dll, so the functions I'm patching in shouldn't even matter. This is why I think there may be some kind of extra security to prevent kernel patches in Windows 7, compared to Vista. Does anyone have an idea on what could be happening here?


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