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  1. Updated VC++ 2019: 14.29.30031
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  2. NIM

    Hello!

    Hey Win10-Hater, welcome to Wincert. I am also an old member of the MSFN forums although I am inactive there. Also, the MSFN owner helped me to get WinCert.net on its feet almost 15 years ago. It is unbelievable how time flies
    2 points
  3. Win10-Hater

    Hello!

    Win10-Hater from MSFN here! I discovered this forum today so thought why not join!! I run Windows Vista Ultimate SP2 x64 as main OS. I hope this forum will be a nice place for me to ask questions and also help others. Cheers, Win10-Hater
    1 point
  4. LegacyFan20

    Hello!

    hello @Win10-Hater and welcome to the forum its me VistaEX!
    1 point
  5. I moved away from XP and also 7 so I don't know other sites but maybe you can find what you need at https://ryanvm.net/forum/
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  6. That stupid update crashed OS drive, making it unusable until I reinstalled Windows. I ended up reinstalling with my older ISO I had on CD and let Windows 10 do all the updates afterwards, then I downloaded the updated ISO. Microsoft will never get a class action lawsuit for all the times they broke people's computers and destroyed data. Good thing I backup everything, but most people don't.
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  7. even though support for windows 7 is over, will you still release the download links in the first days of the month?
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  8. Done. Just be aware that there's only little quality control happening at archive.org, and the images you get from there might not be untouched.
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  9. Yes, archive.org is exempt from DMCA. It's a good thing that someone uploaded the images there.
    1 point
  10. If your fresh installation of Windows 7 is slow, I would first suggest to upgrade your system with SSD drive
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  11. Hello have you tried to repair it by using the DISM commands? Analyze the Windows 10 image with DISM Open a command prompt as an administrator. Analyze the Windows 10 image to determine if it is damaged or not: This operation may take several minutes. You will get one of the following results: "No damage to the component store has been detected" it's perfect, the Windows 10 image is intact! You can run the command : but at first sight it is not your case you probably have the message: this indicates that the image of Windows 10 is damage
    1 point
  12. Feature request: please add: all Visual C++ runtimes, all .NET framesworks & DirectX (old versions). Thanks.
    1 point
  13. Hi Bob, I've never done much with DISM, so I can I can only tell you what I suspect would be the case. I don't think that the 2004 DISM will work with the 20H2 ISO. However, it will definitely work with the 2004 ISO. Now 21H1 is about to be released, and I think that could trigger another forced upgrade for old releases. If I remember right, these releases have a life span of 1.5 years, meaning, you can only use 2004 for another couple of months before the next forced upgrade is due. Therefore, it could be better to upgrade straight to 20H2, which will last 6 more months until e
    1 point
  14. erpster9

    64bit Office ?

    both 32bit & 64bit. read this, Sina & prpro.
    1 point
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  16. window 7 will still run but will not get support for it. my opinion win 10 is better after you get used to it. can make it act and look like win 7 with classic shell.
    1 point
  17. There are a few dozen different ISO files for Vista. Here's an overview: https://www.heidoc.net/php/myvsdump_family.php?family=Windows+Vista You can find the most common Vista images by googleing the file name or the hash (usually on dodgy sites).
    1 point
  18. 7-Zip Description 7-Zip is a file archiver with a high compression ratio. What's new after 7-Zip 9.34 alpha:•The BUG was fixed: 7-Zip crashed during ZIP archive creation, if the number of CPU threads was more than 64.•The BUG in 9.31-9.34 was fixed: 7-Zip could not correctly extract ISO archives that are larger than 4 GiB.•The BUG in 9.33-9.34 was fixed: The option "Compress shared files" and -ssw switch didn't work.•The BUG in 9.26-9.34 was fixed: 7-Zip File Manager could crash for some archives open in "Flat View" mode.•Some bugs were fixed.Version: 9.35 Platform: x86 & x64 Addon Relea
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  19. I've just been told I might not be able to install W7 (Ultimate 64bit) onto this newly purchased hardware (that I can't return CPU: Intel Coffee Lake Core i5 8400 6 Core 2.8Ghz LGA 1151 MOBO: ASUS PRIME H370M-PLUS MATX Form, Intel H370 Chipset 4X DDR4-2666 2xM.2, USB 3.1 Gen2 HDMI DVI VGA. (Plus 32GB ram). I really, really don't want W10. Any thoughts? Thanks
    1 point
  20. DXTool x64 v1.2.1.1 Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Hash MD5 DD7B4EB2CBE0330F73D855C8FAEFAD98 Filesize: 2.13 MB (2228224 bytes) DXTool x86 v1.2.1.1 Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Update (22 March 2017) Hash MD5 C06B72F253342DEDDE16D373BA619EC1 Filesize: 2.09 MB (2192896 bytes) This handy tool for Send To menu includes CabTool, Reg2Inf &am
    1 point
  21. Please report any bugs and feature requests here in this forum, and ask any questions you might have. Please also check the FAQ before posting. You can write in German or English.
    1 point
  22. @Oshimaida, While I understand, respect, and agree with your belief that spammers should be banned, I'm afraid that I don't agree that Adfly qualifies as a spam site that justifies such punishment as you suggest. Yes, it is an ad site, but, in my experience, it does not cause anything to be downloaded onto your machine, nor does it open any popup windows, nor does it cause any further ads to appear in your browsing experience, nor does it cause you to receive any unwanted emails, if you do not click on any of the ads presented. Not only that, but it is very easy to avoid the ads completely i
    1 point
  23. *Reaper*

    WhatInStartup v1.35

    WhatInStartup Description This utility displays the list of all applications that are loaded automatically when Windows starts up. For each application, the following information is displayed: Startup Type (Registry/Startup Folder), Command-Line String, Product Name, File Version, Company Name, Location in the Registry or file system, and more. It allows you to easily disable or delete unwanted programs that run in your Windows startup. You can use it on your currently running instance of Windows, as well as you can use it on external instance of Windows in another drive. WhatInStartup also s
    1 point
  24. Welcome to WinCert.net board! Below are some guidelines that will keep you out of trouble here. » Posting Guidelines 1. This is not a warez site! Links or Requests to warez and/or illegal material (porn, cracks, serials, braindumps, etc..) will not be tolerated. Discussion of circumventing WGA/activation/timebombs/keygens or any other illegal activity will also not be tolerated. Advertising is strongly forbidden here. If you ignore any of the aforementioned you will be banned without previous notice. 2. Use some common sense. Don't post your question under multiple topics. Think before posting
    1 point
  25. updated. added Grant Admin Full Control (Permissions and Ownership).
    1 point
  26. NIM

    Chuck is calling you...

    To answer or not to answer?
    1 point
  27. Win2000 was cool only because once 3 little numbers were changed in one of the core CD files you never needed the serial...
    1 point
  28. That is correct. Double-edged sword, it is - a (minor) performance benefit and the loss of crash dump creation for analysis in the event of a BSoD.
    1 point


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