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  • @Bry89, to fix the MSVCR90.dll error, replace the riched20.dll in \WINNT\system32 with the one from your Windows 2000 installation media or XP SP3, by using 7zip to extract it from the riched20.dl_ file. The "Windows 2000 Power Tools" folder gets…
  • That "Target OS not supported" message appears in Windows 2000 as well, so presumably any NT OS is affected. Compatibility mode/fcwin2k/NNN4NT5/whatever fixes that problem and it kinda works (handbook of dreams points to Windows Help, which complain…
  • I see it after unblocking boxcdn.net in noscript. I'm using Serpent 52 2019-08-09 x86 build.
  • Serpent, a fork of Basilisk which is forked off and looks very similar to Firefox 52. It is maintained by roytam1, who also maintains New Moon.
  • It's in the screenshot, below user name and company.
  • AOL Mail is still going strong, considering that Verizon switched their email service for Internet subscribers over to them only two years ago: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AOL_Mail For an email service, "unsupported" would be taking it offli…
  • Use fcwin2k, select the photoshop executable, select "osver" from drop-down menu, then "compatsave". Or use NNN4NT5 to trick all of the present software. It's good for bootstrapped installers.
  • Turns out I wasn't exactly right. Since it has been 5 months, I reinstalled my copy of CS6 Extended as a refresher. I had to use English (U.S.), because installed as English (International) would complain about system requirements even if the OS …
  • @yourepicfailure said: Anyone know if there's an update on status of Photoshop CS6 with 2k? Yes, blackwingcat and I tried Illustrator (and also Photoshop) CS6, and found that the crash was the result of it calling int3. The only way to ru…
  • Almost every IBM (and early Lenovo) ThinkPad from 2000 to 2008 ships with a licence for this particular version of SmartSuite, but not the media. Comes with an IBM ViaVoice runtime but is not very compatible with Office 97 documents while placing 7 …
  • Some newer UEFI firmware doesn't like Windows 2000 running with ACPI or even just the SMP kernel, but it doesn't usually take the extended core to cause problems; any possible issues would usually manifest themselves during the initial setup though.…
  • Yandex is quite good and is not nearly as naggy as Google.
  • Many newer phones would make for a lightweight HD video camera (though it is a pain to use MTP on anything below Vista). But everything else they can do can be done by an old business laptop. Not calling people kinda defeats the purpose of a tele…
  • I logged into my old youtube account from 2011 a few times recently. I haven't been forced to provide authentication methods aside from the now inaccessible yahoo account that was used to sign up for it back then. Maybe this is presently a region…
  • You will have to install in windows 9x/NT/2000/XP. The sentinel drivers are of a vxd/nt driver model type that will not work in Windows Vista and above. hmm, it complains about me not having the 3dsmax 1 dongle plugged in to my upgrade key (of co…
  • eComStation 2.1 is still sold, so I don't think it's a good idea to put this up here.
  • I've also had some minor SSL-related issues with the latest extended kernel; VMware Workstation 6.5 wouldn't install unless I deleted the openssl executable in the temporary setup folder at the start of the installation. Did you select XP-compati…
  • The version from XP SP3 (April 2008) also works.
  • I also have a little discovery that a friend on another forum discovered, for those who plan to use multiple monitors with win2k. v16a of the extended core is the latest version in English, but multi-monitor support is broken; but you can copy the v…
  • The advanced diagnostics cassette sounds awesome! I'm gonna listen to it when working out. Is that it really it? Nobody seems to have ever seen any commercial cassette programs. Apparently Peter Norton wrote in one of his books that no…
  • The only known flaw with USP 5.1, alongside the KB888111 issue is buggy USB 1.1 drivers. I never paid much attention to that due to a lack of USB 1.1-only hardware. I'm surprised by the broken Realtek implementation (though Dell is one to be nonc…
  • Are you running PAE with > 4 GB RAM? If so, I'd like to note that Creative drivers don't like being pushed into memory addresses above 4 GB; at least in the case of the X-Fi but I wouldn't be surprised if it were the same for their other products…
  • This method has been known to fix many hardware issues in windows 9x: https://forum.winworldpc.com/discussion/11357/how-to-improve-the-stability-of-windows-9x#latest
  • It doesn't seem to be listed above but I've discovered another limitation of the NT 3.51 installer: it refuses to install if the C drive is not recognized (like FAT32), but doesn't mind if other volumes use an "unknown" file system. Then using th…
  • The servers went offline at either 12:45 or 1:05 pm EDT. Windows Millennium Edition: the endless possibilities start end now.
  • They're still going strong as of 10:35 pm EDT (UTC -5), Looks like only a few hours left!
  • Yeah, antiviruses just don't like keygens and cracks unprotects. In practice, the vast majority aren't malicious (especially older ones from the '90s and early 2000s) though the way they are packaged is apparently quite similar to actual malware. If…
  • Thanks for this nice assortment of "professional" software. It should do well on my win2k/2k3 machines!
  • This happened on my ThinkPad T60 with Mobility Radeon X1300. I hooked up some old V-Gear webcam, which allowed me to capture video through the supplied software (which is actually Microsoft's AMCAP for Video for Windows-compatible video capture d…
  • The Windows Audio service was introduced in XP. That is weird. First video capture in virtualdub 1.10.4 craps out on my win2k laptop then this... Did you install USP 5.1? I know that the hotfix that introduces HDA support to Windows 2000, KB88…