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  • As long as you've got a good connection to the host, it's configured on that end. Presently, I haven't got a hyperviser newer than VMware Workstation 6.5 but all you need to do is go into the hardware settings for your current VM and add the virt…
  • I did eventually manage to find it at the time, but I thought the only method of blocking the crawling of a site by the IA was to implement a robots.txt. How could they force a change of the URL like that? Earlier today, the same thing happened t…
  • Dug a little deeper and found that OS/2 Warp support ended after GeForce 4 series. And I've got an FX. Finding these drivers is another task unto itself. update: found the RIVA driver: http://web.archive.org/web/20020924233615/http://www.n…
  • You should be able to connect via the virtual ethernet adapter. It should pass through the internet connection obtained via wi-fi with the machine's physical card.
  • It's an expression of my feelings towards their greed in that merciless attempt to leave XP users high-and-dry. We've had it good for way too long; but not long enough.
  • With the April 2019 POSReady update for Windows XP, M$ forgot to register three of the Windows Installer DLLs, effectively rendering the service unusable until the user manually registered them. To top it all off, it was going to be the last upda…
  • Get the 2019/07 one, the latest revision.
  • KB3086255. As long as you don't have CD/DVD-ROM versions of games from the late '90s and 2000s this should be of no consequence to you. That is another reason why nocd/dvd cracks are a good thing.
  • For those who are interested, I found Helix Hurricane 95 (1996): https://archive.org/details/hurricanehelix95
  • I ended up installing the DVD-RW drive as well as the FX5700 LE into my IBM PIII-500 box (I know, massive bottleneck ). The DVD-ROM drive just happened to be disconnected from the PSU, though I've yet to test it. It was a massive step-up from …
  • Find the most popular patches developed by Rudolph R. Loew here: https://archive.org/search.php?query=creator:"Rudolph+R.+Loew" shall they be preserved, if only to prove how far one talented person can extend the capabilities of a complex clos…
  • @Kolyabarabot07 said: how to fix windows protection error? Install the FIX95CPU patch before the initial boot into win95. it's listed in the patches section.
  • Welcome to Winworld, @an65001. I use a Xeon X5670 (westmere) in my workstation with win2k. Things are fine and dandy with the KB919521 reg tweak applied until returning to the OS after standby; Enhanced Speedstep stops functioning and HLT comman…
  • Actually, his 3.5 upgrade floppy wasn't added (not be confused with the 3.05 2-floppy version that is here).
  • What are you using to access them? There are many disk images that 7zip won't touch yet will work if mounted in virtualizers/emulators, Elby Virtual Clone Drive (or in this case, a virtual floppy disk emulator). In this case, 7zip 19 does open th…
  • I don't think they should be posted here because they are non-redistributable files given that they are part of a product considered non-redistributable on WinWorld. The ones from an RC would be acceptable though. But anyway, you can run Vista In…
  • 11 new API functions, TLS 1.1/1.2 support, an updated Windows Imaging Component, among other goodies are coming your way! http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1987594.html
  • Update: the windowsarchives.com URL is no longer valid. That site is now hosted at https://twilczynski.com/windows.
  • hmm. I didn't even know that blackwingcat had an English search option on his update site! If only the English options weren't so convoluted... But still better than most of the English versions of municipal websites in Quebec in the 2000s.
  • If you suffer from XPhobia, don't seek a job in the Armenian IT sector. 16 years of NT 5.x for me and I'm not giving up. I wrote this in a request thread for server 2003: Visual Studio 2019 can still target Windows XP/2003, much like Office…
  • I finally received it today. There are two issues; two leaked capacitors between the CPU and PS/2 and onboard ethernet ports, as well as the DVD-ROM drive being dead. Nonetheless it POSTs and almost ran win95 successfully, until getting caught by…
  • I'm sorry. I meant to say "Legacy Windows Catalog". His site blocks direct links.
  • hmm. I was going by the Personal Systems Reference (http://ps-2.kev009.com/psref/tawbook.pdf), which mentions SmartSuite Millennium as being preloaded, but with no reference to media being provided (whereas MS Office was explicitly referenced as bei…
  • Yeah the ESR 9.2.5 worked a few weeks ago and allowed me to download Vista and Server 2003 x86/XP x64 updates. I think I also downloaded XP x86 updates, but 2000 no longer works with WSUS though
  • you just have to click "Windows Legacy Update" on the menu bar then put "root certificates" in the search field that will appear on the left. That was the April 2019 update. To fix that, start -> run: regsvr32 MSI.DLL, then MSIHND.DLL and MSIS…
  • I meant hardware that induces PTSD, as in post traumatic stress disorder I only have anecdotal evidence as to the inferiority of integrated Intel graphics from the early 2000s (though they were much less competitive than now), but I certainly ha…
  • OK, for the root certificate update look here: http://www.w2k.flxsrv.org/wlu/wlu.htm go to "Windows Legacy Update" and search for "root certificates". Then download the newest executable and run it. For SSL/TLS, go into Internet Options (right…
  • To completely avoid USP 5.1 (which apparently has buggy USB 1.1 drivers) whilst keeping the KB919521 CPU heat-related tweak and 48bit LBA enabling in setup, and even gaining some XP POS updates, you may be interested in the HFSLIP 2000 FullPack: htt…
  • @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…