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Jan Krohn last won the day on December 13 2020

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  1. Hello Master Krohn! I've never written you before, so I feel I should try and make it a regular thing. Like every 10 years (or so). It's not going to be long winded (like my Father's sermons for 38 years, sheesh!!), just a simple "Thank You!". You've helped hundreds of folks, that know me, get computers that they normally couldn't afford to buy. I've never, not even once, taken payment for the desktops and laptops that I've either: bought to rebuild or built from scratch. I don't do it for the money, just like you! So I guess I should thank you for the very first PC "refresh" OS I received. Because of you, men in recovery from addiction can: communicate (civilly) with their long lost family, rekindle old (healthy) friendships, find employment that suits their needs,  and just plain old own a computer! Amazing work you've done, and it all started with a simple link to a commodity that shouldn't be that difficult to acquire. Or cost so much..... ;)

    THANK YOU!!!


    born on Heidoc circa: Summer 2008

    XPSP3 ;)

    (oops! that got long winded...)

  2. Thanks for reporting. This is a bug, and will be fixed in the next version.
  3. You can download the August 2018 refresh, or the Dell branded version. For the vanilla Win 7 SP1 version, you'll have to wait until February.
  4. Dell hasn't released newer versions for this model. You could download Windows 10 version 2004 or 20H2 for Inspiron 7790 instead.
  5. Dell will likely add them to the newer models later. I suspect they need time for adding their branding and testing compatibility.
  6. Version 8.46 (8 January 2021): Added new builds for Office 2019 for Mac; added new Insider and developer versions up to build 21286; ISO Tools with full SHA256 support for MSDN metadata dump (and MD5 support for old Digital River downloads); many small bugfixes under the hood.
  7. So that's why I never received a notification that there's a new thread. Actually, the MS servers really have the new images twice - so I included both of them in the downloader, in case MS realizes their mistake, and remove one of the images again.
  8. From the experience of the past months, I'd say that file should be reasonably easy to get in the next couple of days. But since the number of Visio licenses on the database is very limited, better try to request it more frequently than twice per day.
  9. Unless anyone has saved a backup and is willing to share it with you (only by PM please)... yes. Frankly, I'm surprised that MS still hasn't shut down the API yet. Let's hope it's not going to happen with the start of the year - in which case Office 2010 and Win 7 would be gone for good.
  10. It's probably too old and no longer supported for OS download, but if you want you can send me your service tag, and I'll have a look. In any case, you can download the image for any othert Inspiron model. They're all identical.
  11. Version 8.45 (12 December 2020): Added more DELL models and images; added new Insider and developer versions up to build 20277.
  12. From the FAQ: Q: I'm experiencing one of the following symptoms: After selecting a software version, everything grays out and freezes. I'm receiving the popup message "ERROR. Please check your internet connection." I'm receiving an error message in the status bar. A: This is your local connection issue, and can have a number of root causes: You have modified your HOSTS file. Please remove the following two lines. aa.online-metrix.net c.bing.com You have installed software that prevents scripts from modifying secure websites, su
  13. Are you sure the images don't contain both? It's been a very long time since I last used these installers for refreshing my system, so I can't remember whether they give you the choice between 32 and 64 bit, but I'm 100% sure if you already have (or had) any 32 bit Office application installed on your computer, then it's no longer possible to install a 64 bit Office (unless you do manual cleaning first). So maybe that's the reason why you don't get the option to install the 64 bit Office. If that's not the root cause of your issue, I'll do some more research.
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