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glnz

POSReady 2009 updates ported to Windows XP SP3 ENU

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5 hours ago, Dave-H said:

I've just tried installing @heinoganda's modified KB4074852, and my second Ethernet connection has come back to life.
Another symptom of the buggy oleaut32.dll!
:(

Makes sence since _IEnumConnections_RemoteNext_Proxy, and _IEnumConnectionPoints_RemoteNext_Proxy are missing.

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17 minutes ago, glnz said:

Harkaz - haven't had that particular problem, but then I'm not sure I even have an NTFS-formatted flash drive.  I will try this weekend to get the GIMageX if it's for free somewhere.  ( I also have a Win 7 machine - is it already embedded?)

OK, you will boot from Windows 7 X86 (32-BIT) installation DVD, and launch command line pressing SHIFT+F10.

Get GIMAGEX binaries folder from: http://gimagex.windows10compatible.com/ and copy to external HDD.

Then connect an external USB HDD/Flash with enough space to store you xp hdd data and the GIMAGEX BINARIES.

Launch Gimagex x86 binary from the command line.

gimagex_capture.png

Source: set to the drive letter of the xp hdd (not always, click Browse to make sure)

Destination: points to your external hdd, where your snapshot will be saved (use Browse to specify dest. fodler and snapshot file name)

Name/Description/Display Name/Display desc: XP Snapshot + date

Click capture

UPDATE: Set Compression to Maximum as well.

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Add Compression option

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Harkaz - will this make an image of my entire XP hard drive?  (Should I delete the hippopotamus mating pictures now?)

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13 minutes ago, glnz said:

Harkaz - will this make an image of my entire XP hard drive?  (Should I delete the hippopotamus mating pictures now?)

Yes. But you won't need to do it after all, if you haven't experienced the issue with ntfs drives.

 

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On 2/18/2018 at 7:44 AM, heinoganda said:

Info on the edge, who carries out WU or MU over the Internet Explorer is currently tormented with the Error number: 0x80072F19. To circumvent this problem WU or MU should be called via https!


https://update.microsoft.com/windowsupdate

https://update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate

:)

I should have re-read the February's pots instead of troubleshooting on my own. Spent over hour googling, reading logs, restarting services, checking internet options etc. and it all appeares to be dumbest error on the M$ side I found... today.

Adding to that, suprisingly, when you try to connect to MU by entering update.microsoft.com into your Internet Explorer, website resolves to http:// connected one and, well, craps. However, when you enter microsoft.com/update, website is smart enough to go via https:// itself. And that's how I managed to make it work on my end...

Oh, and, in the meantime, M$ allows patches to shipthrough the catalog page using http. I doubt this is a serious security risk for a cable-connected home user, but hey, at the same time Google wins certificate war against Symantec and Mozilla announces tagging all http sites as security risk. And I wonder, I simply wonder why noone bitchslapped M$ for that, and, if someone did, why it wasn't enough?

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