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Jan Krohn

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  1. There's a link to a blog post with the links on the start screen. Full integration will take more time.
  2. Here's the recovery image: https://downloads.dell.com/restricted/FOLDER07502377M/1/F1VPVA09.5_Win10x64EM_Home_SingleLang.iso?authkey=y983/iE96qLSgU33u3mwtxtEK7HDlYxZcCLRUAgg/ob+iN7323i+/cti45WloFeUkGtrLZw+MDLEaIdDcDA4vA==&__gda__=1641872474_f5134def6113fc1b5e5ba2e02b846ac45ed9a3f5732ce5fdc18f394374f84c26&tkn=xioLm2MmmthW3u1mv0wj1cokrYZaQ5V8xaEXfcrE0t8R9QMLnhfN7BQKcX9l5AyWxUHW2w8IshokfY_X6E_ql77TVrImr2KInXkf5WCe5_qrhy1wTw8hmQgAOCWZ0u91LoUcqPSHrLhwPtnarx0XgmO5iV2kxpoFmFt0u3gTnQ-X1_76FA&uid=20194e13-7180-4cc5-810a-441e9c9ace21 Link is valid for 24 hours.
  3. Hi, Please send the service tag, and I'll see what I can do.
  4. Your download requests are being blocked by MS. There's nothing really I can do about that. Try a different IP address, different MS account, different computer...
  5. Thanks for the reminder to update the DB. I'll do that right when I'm back from vacation.
  6. Those files are available now. I currently don't have the time to investigate the differences. Feel free to share your insights here everyone...
  7. We'll see what exactly it is once MS uploads the files. My guess is that it's just going to be a refresh of the RTM version.
  8. Do you get the same message when you download directly from MS? https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10iso If so, I suggest you get in touch with MS support so they'll help you resolve the isse on the MS website. Once the website works properly, the downloader will also work fine.
  9. See the FAQ. Your IP has been blocked by Microsoft. Wait for 24 hours.
  10. I don't think that you can run software on Ubuntu that's based on the .NET Framework 4. Others have come across very similar error messages, like here: windows - Use Mono to run a software that needs Microsoft .NET Framework 4 - Ask Ubuntu However, I've not been able to find any forum threads with the solution to this issue...
  11. Either use the vanilla images as mooms suggested, or provide your service tag so that I can add that model in the next version.
  12. Those servers must somehow be blocked by other means... Don't worry about the popup. It will be removed in the next version anyhow.
  13. If you send me the service tag, I can include the downloads in the next major version.
  14. Use Ctrl-+ and Ctrl-- to control the zoom factor. (I do wonder how you ended up with this. It should not have been like that in the first place....)
  15. You could send me the service tag, and I can have a look. But if the OS Recovery Tool doesn't show anything, it's quite unlikely that I can find it either.
  16. Thanks for reporting. Looks like MS has removed the download. If that's permanent, I'll remove this option from the dropdown, maybe in a month or so.
  17. Yes. I was hoping to have the new version ready for the Win 11 release, but it will take some more weeks. What you could try: Clear the MSIE cache. Set the security zones in MSIE back to default settings.
  18. Win 11 RTM files are now available through the downloader. They're on the Win 10 tab for now.
  19. I can't replicate the issue. However, I'm working on a new download tool tha no longer relies on MSIE. That's the priority project now, so unfortunately I'm not going to troubleshoot issues on the old tool, unless they're really serious.
  20. Ah, yes. That's a debug message that I once added to troubleshoot the issue of the app freezing. And actually I'm working on a new tool based on Microsoft Edge, to remove the MSIE dependencies. The freezing issue should be solved by that too. However, that means I'm not going to fix any related issues in the old app.
  21. Hi, If you send me your service tag, I can include the download in the next version (which will still take several more weeks). In the mean time, you can use one of the other Inspiron 55xx downloads. They're most likely identical anyway.
  22. The only S Mode ISO currently available is the Dell branded version...
  23. I reverse engineered their API. You can get the Dell tool from their site, but it's quite cumbersome to work with.
  24. Yes, back then everything was available without having to have a product key. Good old times.
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