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SnowBall

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  1. Ok, for some reason you can't connect. What version are you using? If you are using anything that is relying on TechBench (before 3.05), then update to a newer version. By looking at the JIT log, you have at lease 8.00 and the version should not be a problem. If you still can't generate a download link, I can get one for you. Also, install all Windows updated and IE updates. Regards, SnowBall
  2. https://software-download.microsoft.com/download/pr/17763.1.180914-1434.rs5_release_SERVER_EVAL_x64FRE_en-us.iso https://software-download.microsoft.com/download/pr/17763.1.180914-1434.rs5_release_amd64fre_SERVER-FOD-PACKAGES_OEM_amd64fre_MULTI.iso Not too sure what they are, probably evaluations. Cheap key: https://www.gamivo.com/product/windows-server-2019-standard
  3. Actually, PROGMAN.EXE from Windows 3.1 works on Windows 10 64 Bit... With my NTVDM. It looks horrible and doesn't even have an icon on my taskbar! Even worst, you can't close it without signing out because it was designed as a shell. A few pictures: 1. Got it running, 2. Things just doesn't work... 3. When you try to close it... End your Windows session? 4. Sure! I'll see whats going to happen... Another dialog? 5. NO! All my unsaved work!!! I probably shouldn't click "Yes" Regards, Sn
  4. Hummm, interesting. Although I can't understand the text fully, "預先輸入序號的方式" probably is talking about the key pre-entered in the process of generating the link (Windows 7 and Office 2010)... Not pre-activating the download and please buy a genuine license/key to activate Office 2016. Regards, SnowBall
  5. Well, I know that but isn't the downloader largely serve based? So the main problem is about having an alternative advertiser that pays well incase that the company you rely on cuts you off. If I was you, I would do some research and hopefully find an alternative. Regards, SnowBall
  6. Actually, I've been thinking about how to help you to get out of this terrible situation for quite some time now. Running the server and everything costs money and I think it would be good if we could download everything and add them to torrent files. That will give users more choices, for example that I have all the N versions of Windows 7 (Downloaded from TechBench few years ago) and you don't need an insider account for some of those products, no IP blocking and no server costs. The problem with that is there must be lots of seeders but I don't think that is going to be a big problem
  7. Another idea, Make 3 versions of Windows ISO Downloader: Free: Free to download All Windows and Office Editions that does not require keys. Lots of Ads. The user must watch a video to generate links. Trial: Be able to generate 2 key-dependent links per computer, just for people to try or generate links for emergency uses. The user may get one extra download every time they share your post about Amazon.com. Lots of Ads. The user must watch a video to generate links Paid: Able to generate links of all products available.
  8. If I recall correctly, Microsoft wanted to replace Win32 Executable with HTML and JAVA SCRIPT based apps (Microsoft Neptune and some early UWP Apps). It is pretty much impossible to actually convert HTML to EXE (HTML is hyper text markup language and it need to be processed by other applications to display, cannot be loaded directly into memory), but it is possible to append or compress the HTML and all its related files to an EXE, then open it in an embedded HTML viewer. Most of those converted EXE files are Internet Explorer dependent. Regards, ShowBall
  9. Note: Project cancelled. After experimenting for a week and a half, I finally came up with a solution on running 16-bit Windows apps on 64-bit (AMD64) Windows Platform. Long mode addressing in x86-64 architecture cannot handle 16-bit addressing using virtual 8086 safely so Microsoft dropped native 16-bit architecture support in 64-bit Windows and we must fully emulate the 8086 processor under emulators to run legacy 16-bit apps (DOS and Windows apps). We know that 32-bit Windows have a feature called NTVDM (NT Virtual DOS Machine) which is capable of emulating 8086 processor natively and
  10. Cool, you've done it! The registry thing is for setting Program Manager as your default shell. The default shell for Windows 95 and above is Windows Explorer (explorer.exe) which is responsible for making the Start Button, the Taskbar and your Desktop appear. After setting Program Manager (progman.exe) as your shell, Start Button, Taskbar and your desktop won't appear anymore, just like Windows 3.x. Backup your registry before doing it and you probably won't like it as your shell. You are running "Windows 10 x64" which is 64 Bit and Program Manager from Windows 3.1 is 16 Bit. 6
  11. No, not possible. Those apps are designed for Windows 8 and above and can only be installed from Microsoft store or an appx file. If you really want to run them on Windows XP, you can make a VM with Windows 10 and those apps installed and run that VM. Regards, SnowBall
  12. Here is another idea: Why don't you get rid of video ads at the beginning like version 5.21 and before, but for all the downloads that require a product key (Like Windows 7, Office 2010) the user must watch a video or donate resources or share your post about Amazon or donate or help with translation or wait for 2 minutes. Regards, SnowBall
  13. Really? Are you kidding? I tried version 1.0, doesn't work... I need help!!! Doesn't even have Office!!! No!!! Can't even copy links!!! Wait... it's been 2 and half years, maybe I should check for updates. Hummm this link will help: https://www.heidoc.net/php/Windows ISO Downloader.exe Regards, SnowBall
  14. Ok, very complicated... I think it is good enough. Regards, SnowBall
  15. Yes, it is from Microsoft and was the shell for Windows 3.x. If you have never heard of Program Manager... You probably never used Windows 3.x. Do you not know how to extract zipped files and copy it to System32? Copy all the extracted files to System32 and SysWOW64! Launch progman.exe after that. Don't do the registry thing if you don't know what you are doing... I feel like you will mess up your computer if you set it as your default shell. P.S: I might make a video on how to install or simply make an installer for "noobs" like you. Why would you bother trying this out if you do
  16. Hi, in the downloader version 7.20, the edition HomeBasic was added, however the download points to HomeBasic COEM edition. The real Retail HomeBasic download as far as I know only has 32 Bit architecture available and is named: "Win7_HomeBasic_SP1_English_x32.iso" with a SHA1 hash of: 080ec1de94b88b0f7e8d000690a4aaaa031e2719. I believe the downloads are for COEM editions and it would be nice to put it under the OEM section for Windows 7. P.S: I do have the Home Basic Retail edition downloaded ages ago and verified. I can upload it and get a link. Regards, SnowBall
  17. Does anybody want anymore links? I could generate the links. For the next 24 hours... English 64 Bit: https://software-download.microsoft.com/db/Win7_Ult_SP1_English_x64.iso?t=cad09d14-9291-4762-b035-1f749e03a92e&e=1543442441&h=3e9885c4295f0e5b93b94814b196dbaf English 32 Bit: https://software-download.microsoft.com/db/Win7_Ult_SP1_English_x32.iso?t=cad09d14-9291-4762-b035-1f749e03a92e&e=1543442441&h=22879b456e25ef006411663bb1beeecf Regards, SnowBall
  18. I love Windows XP as I've been using it for a decade and a half. Windows 10 is always stable with exciting new features, so Windows XP is my favorite and Windows 10 is the one that am currently using. I don't like Windows 7 at all as it gave me a terrible first impression, such a the start menu, the taskbar and Internet Explorer. Windows 8 is good in appearance but I've never really used it. I did use Windows Vista for some time, but gave up soon. The design is pretty much the same as Windows 7 and the default background is meaningless. Other versions of Windows I like is Windows 1.0 (not
  19. Hi, I decided to make a survey to see which version of windows you like the best and currently using. If you like or use versions other than the ones listed, please comment. Regards, SnowBall
  20. 64 Bit English: https://software-download.microsoft.com/pr/Win7_Ult_SP1_English_x64.iso?t=f06764d9-32a2-46f9-aad8-4f3a764d3c3f&e=1542837640&h=4591e8a6c98cdba85c177f894158aa8f 32 Bit English: https://software-download.microsoft.com/pr/Win7_Ult_SP1_English_x32.iso?t=f06764d9-32a2-46f9-aad8-4f3a764d3c3f&e=1542837640&h=c90aff49b821085d716f784bdd1e7be2 They will work for 24 Hours. Regards, SnowBall
  21. The Ultimate edition went offline again... What a shame. If you want the original Ultimate ISO files, I do have them and I could upload it and give you a link. Regards, SnowBall
  22. @Peter Frommann Actually, you should download the 32 Bit edition because Microsoft recommend that. If you install the 64 Bit edition. you might get problems with plug-ins. Anyway, glad to see it works. Regards, SnowBall
  23. @Hermanter Sorry that I've been away for a few days, very busy. I am still trying to find a solution to the problem, what I've done so far is that I've downloaded the Office 2019 Volume Edition and I am trying to create a repack of it which will install without problems and can be activated using a volume key. Usually, if you want to use a volume key, you would need a KMS server and I guess you don't have one... Very tedious. P.S Add this line to your to your script: <Property Name="AUTOACTIVATE" Value="1" /> and give it a try. @Peter Frommann Sure, if
  24. Actually, do you have other versions of Office installed? if you do, they might be the cause of the problem.
  25. Hi, have you uninstall Office 2019? What is the edition of Office you want to install (ProPlus, HomeStudent, HomeBusiness, Office365, Pro or single apps), in other words, which edition is your key for? Please tell me (Very important) Make sure you uninstall Office completely, restart your computer and try again. Regards, SnowBall
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