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junior600

Windows NT 4.0 api wrapper

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2 hours ago, Dibya said:

I can't wait to try it......

Ahah I know, just a bit of patience.. I'm waiting also for your kernel for xp ahah. I have some news, I have backported several functions from the ntoskrnl of a beta and now we can use new user32 and gdi32 that can display without glitches new softwares, the old ones had a lot of old functions and it was impossible to operate. The first release, as I said before, is scheduled for the first term of July (between 7 and 10 of july ) ^_^

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@junior600
 Well you will get mine at end of July. I managed to load chromium 60 in XP , credit goes to Skulltrail . With one core API you can do the same.

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What progress with you extension. Do you bought FX-5500? Does anybody on MSFN/forum have hardware compatible to run setup NT4 on real hardware??

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3 hours ago, piotrhn said:

What progress with you extension. Do you bought FX-5500? Does anybody on MSFN/forum have hardware compatible to run setup NT4 on real hardware??

Sorry, you have to wait a bit longer, probably for August.. I'm in vacation now and I don''t have time to work on it. BTW, I'm running it on a Pentium 4 with ACPI disabled.

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On 7/11/2018 at 12:26 PM, junior600 said:

Sorry, you have to wait a bit longer, probably for August.. I'm in vacation now and I don''t have time to work on it. BTW, I'm running it on a Pentium 4 with ACPI disabled. 

Do you have iso Windows NT 4.0 with SP3+ included ? Because SP2< do not support HDD with more than 7 Gb. Smallest HDD I have is 80 Gb.

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43 minutes ago, Andreasmir said:

Do you have iso Windows NT 4.0 with SP3+ included ? Because SP2< do not support HDD with more than 7 Gb. Smallest HDD I have is 80 Gb.

No, you can still install NT 4.0 by creating a small partition in the installation setup  and then once you have installed the system, you install the sp6 and you create a new partition with disk administrator.

https://support.toshiba.com/support/viewContentDetail?contentId=108432

 

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Wow! Cool work you do, thank you very much for it, it would be very cool to get a web browser Chromium 54 and higher on NT 4.0 or even Windows Sidebar from Vista

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21 hours ago, MVoloshin said:

Any progress? When there will be release?

Don't pressurize him . From my personal experience it takes years to come up with Alpha level of Kernel Extension... 

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15 minutes ago, Dibya said:

Don't pressurize him . From my personal experience it takes years to come up with Alpha level of Kernel Extension... 

Yeah, it will take a while. I don't give you a release date since I don't know, I will update this topic when it is ready.

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Sorry for bumping, but is there any progress (even the smallest) on this project? It has been 2 months since the last post and it would be sad if this project was abandoned.

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