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Language: English
Author: Ramsey
File Size: 685 MB (Megabyte)
File Format: ISO (Disc Image File)
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ReadMe File:

[---------- SHORT SUMMARY ----------]

Includes ALL the latest Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Updates/Hotfixes until 11.6(June).2019 and will also automatically receive new Windows XP (POSReady 2009) Updates until at least April 2019 and no Windows XP Activation or Cr4ck or CD-K3y is required.
Also included are over 140 MB of additional SATA/AHCI and LAN drivers, including with some Themes, Runtimes, Patches, Fixes, Tweaks and some optional Programs and Pre-Configured Settings.
A Help file is also included in the ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE" with lots of useful information, such as on how to install Windows XP with an USB Flash Drive and on how to integrate your own SATA/AHCI drivers and much more.

[---------- CHANGELOG ----------]

(#) 2019.11.18 Changes:

* Updated Windows XP Root Certificates Update (KB931125) from "May 2019 v41.0.2195.1905" to "October 2019 v41.0.2195.1910".
* Updated Windows XP Revoked Roots Certificates (SA3123040) Update from "March 2015 vv8.0.2195.1903" to "August 2019 v8.0.2195.1908".
* Updated Microsoft Visual C++ 2015-2019 Redistributable from "v14.22.27821" to "v14.24.28127.4".
* Updated Basilisk/UXP from "v2019.8.16" to "v2019.11.16".
* Updated PotPlayer from "v1.7.19955" to "v1.7.20977".
* Updated ImDisk Toolkit from "v2019.6.29" to "v2019.9.24".
* Removed SumatraPDF (A PDF Reader is already included in Basilisk/UXP).


Detailed Description:

[---------- INCLUDES ----------]

(#) Windows XP Updates:

* Windows XP Service Pack 3 (KB936929).
* Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Updates/Hotfixes until 11.6(June).2019.
* Windows Genuine Advantage Validation v1.9.42.0 (KB905474) {Cr4cked}.
* Windows Internet Explorer v8 (Roll Back to 6 possible).
* Windows Media Player v11 (Roll Back to 9 possible).
* Windows Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 (KB969084, KB2813347-v2, KB2870165-v3).
* Windows Rights Management Client (KB979099).
* Windows Driver Frameworks 1.9 - User Mode (KB970158) and Kernel Mode (KB970159).
* Windows Feature Pack for Storage v1.0 (KB952013) - Image Mastering API v2.0 (KB932716-v2, KB952011).
* Windows Feature Pack for Storage v1.0 (KB952013) - ICCD Smart Card Driver.
* Windows Installer v4.5.6002.24298 (KB942288, KB4087398).
* Windows XP exFAT file system driver update package v1.0 (KB955704).
* Windows XP Root Certificates Update [October 2019 v41.0.2195.1910] (KB931125).
* Windows XP Revoked Roots Certificates Update [August 2019 v8.0.2195.1908] (SA3123040).
* Windows XP CAPICOM v2.1.0.2 (KB931906).
* Microsoft European Union Expansion Font Update v1.2.
* Microsoft WinUSB 2.0 (KB971286).
* Microsoft XML Paper Specification Essentials Pack v1.2.
* Microsoft XML Core Services v4.0 SP3 4.30.2117.0 (KB2758694).
* Microsoft Web Folders v12.0.6612.1000 (KB907306, KB2526086/Rosebub).
* Microsoft Windows Browser Choice (KB976002-v5).
* Windows Update v7.6.7600.256.
* Windows Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257.
* Microsoft Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257.
* Microsoft Update Catalog Web Control v7.4.7057.249 (build time-stamp 130620-1021).

(#) Windows XP Runtime Libraries:

* Microsoft DirectX 9.0c End-User Runtimes v9.29.1974 (June 2010).
* Microsoft .NET Framework [Up-to-Date/12.2(February).2019]: 1.1 SP1, 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2, 3.5 SP1, 4.0 Full - {Optional}.
* Microsoft Visual C++: 2002 (v7.0.9975.0), 2003 (v7.10.6119.0), 2005 SP1 (v8.0.50727.6229), 2008 SP1 (v9.0.30729.7523), 2010 SP1 (v10.40219.473), 2012 Update 5 (v11.0.61135.400), 2013 Update 5 (v12.0.40664.0), 2015-2019 (v14.24.28127.4).
* Microsoft Visual Basic: v1.00, v2.0.9.8, v3.0.5.38, v4.0.29.24, v5.2.82.44, v6.1.98.39 (SP6 Update KB2911777, KB2992332).

(#) Windows XP Applications:

* Microsoft Calculator Plus v1.0.0.908 {Replaces the default Calculator}.
* Microsoft BitLocker To Go Reader v1.0 (KB970401).
* Windows XP Powertoy - ClearType Tuner v1.01 - {Optional}.
* Windows XP Powertoy - Alt-Tab Replacement v1.0 - {Optional}.
* Windows XP User Profile Hive Cleanup Service v2.0.49 Beta - {Optional}.
* Windows XP GDI+ Detection Tool v1 (KB873374).
* Windows XP QFEcheck v6.2.29.0 (KB282784).

(#) Additional Applications:

* 7-Zip v19.00 - {Optional}.
* Basilisk/UXP v2019.11.16 (Mozilla Firefox fork for Windows XP) - {Optional}.
* PotPlayer v1.7.20977 - {Optional}.
* Unlocker v1.9.2 - {Optional}.
* ImDisk Toolkit v2019.9.24 - {Optional}.
* HashCheck v2.4.0.55 - {Optional}.
* Open Command Prompt Shell Extension v2.1.0 - {Optional}.
* Paragon GPT Loader v8.0.1.0 (Adds support for 2.2TB+ drives).
* Toshiba UDF Reader Driver v2.5 (Allows to browse HD-DVD and Blu-ray discs in Windows Explorer).

(#) Windows XP Patches/Fixes:

* Extended Update Support Patch v1.0: Extends the Windows XP update support from "April 2014" till at least "April 2019" (POSReady 2009 Updates).
* TCP/IP Patch v1.0: Allows you to have 16777215 (Maximum) Half-Open TCP Connections instead of 10.
* UxTheme Patch v1.0: Allows you to use un-signed Custom Visual Styles (Themes).
* TermSrv Patch v1.0: Allows you to have multiple concurrent remote desktop connections.
* SFC Patch v1.0: Allows you to disable and enable the Windows File Protection with the registry entry "SfcDisable".
* FlpyDisk Patch v5515: Allows Non-standard Floppy Formats.
* SndRec32 Patch v2.0: Fixes a Sound Recorder error message on computers that have more than 2GB of RAM and Increases the Recording Time Limit from 60 Seconds to 999 Seconds.
* Shell32 Patch v1.0: Fixes the missing Icons in the notification area.
* WOW32 Patch v1.0: Fixes the Win 16 Subsystem insufficient resources problem.
* NTDETECT Patch v1.1: Resolves a problem with some buggy BIOS'es, when installing Windows XP with an USB Flash Drive.
* RAID-5 Patch v1.0: Enables Software RAID-5 Support.
* SERVICES Patch v1.0: Includes more assigned port numbers for well-known services defined by IANA.
* MNF4SBF v3.1: Fixes a Microsoft .NET Framework 4 bug that causes a slow Windows XP boot up.
* Fixed Missing ClipBook Viewer shortcut in the Start Menu (accessor.inf).
* Fixed missing dll registry entries for the Microsoft Jet and OLE file updates.

(#) Windows XP Tweaks:

* Pre-Configured Windows XP Settings - {Optional}.
* Pre-Configured Program Settings - {Optional}.
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications v1.9.40.0 (KB905474).
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows XP End Of Service Notifications (KB2934207).
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool v5.39.12900.0 (KB890830).

(#) Extras:

* Ported Compatible Updates/Hotfixes and RTM files from Office 2000, Windows 2000, Windows POSReady 2009, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (More details in the ReadMe file).
* DriverPacks BASE v11.09.01.2b - With the Driver Packs: MassStorage v18.04.21 (SATA/AHCI), LAN v18.04.21 (Cable Ethernet) - Compressed = 23 MB / Uncompressed = 143 MB - {Removable}.
* 9 Additional Windows XP Themes - {Optional}: "Windows XP Embedded", "Black Mesa v2.0", "ChaNinja Style RC5 v1.0", "Disney - It's a Magical World v2.0", "NeoGeniX LS v1.0", "Luna Element Black v5.1 + CSS", "Royale Remixed v1.47", "Windows 7 Colors v1.1", "Zune Final v1.0".
* Windows File Protection Utility v1.4 (In "Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools").
* Windows XP CD-K3y Changer v1.2 (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Windows NT Registration Changer v1.0 (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Text file with some valid WGA CD-K3ys (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Help file with lots of useful information (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* All Patched and Modified files are all digitally signed with a custom certificate.

[---------- REMOVED ----------]

(#) Windows XP Components:

* Nothing was removed that could cause System or Software problems, only outdated and unneeded components were removed.
1. Applications: "Address Book".
2. Multimedia: "Images and Backgrounds", "Movie Maker", "Music Samples".
3. Network: "MSN Explorer", "Netmeeting", "Outlook Express", "Windows Messenger".
4. Operating System Options: "Blaster and Nachi removal tool", "Desktop Cleanup Wizard", "Out of Box Experience (OOBE)", "Tour".
5. 3rd-party Drivers: "Display Adapters", "ISDN", "Logitech WingMan", "Microsoft SideWinder", "Scanners", "Sony Jog Dial", "Toshiba DVD decoder card".
6. Disc Files: "clock.avi", "flash.ocx", "mmc.chm", "plugin.ocx", "rdsktpw.chm", "swflash.inf", "swtchbrd.bmp", "yahoo.bmp".
7. Disc Folders: "DOTNETFX", "SUPPORT", "VALUEADD", "I386\WIN9XMIG", "I386\WIN9XUPG".

(#) Bugged Updates/Files that have not been added (Manual installers in ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\Bugged Updates"):

1. "KB2926765" (shlwapi.dll) / This Update was not added due to a Microsoft bug with the changing of the Internet and E-mail item on the Start menu.

[---------- INFORMATION ----------] + [---------- HELP GUIDES ----------]
http://www.zone54.com/ddl/WXPPx86IE_-_ReadMe.txt

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Fisherman · 10:27 19.11.2019
    hi ramsey. thanx for still keep alive old stoneage computers

    i already clean and fresh installed last novamber xp ie edition.

    sumatra pdf appear still on the optional program list. after complete xp installation, when i checked about basilisk browser from menu about serpent, its still appear version 2019.08.16
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      Ramsey · 10:37 19.11.2019
      Looks like you used the wrong ISO file. Check the ISO file hash or the size of the ISO file.
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        Fisherman · 14:33 19.11.2019
        Problem solved.. Thnx
        I downloaded and install again new fresh .

        I was use the IDM by the first install. Maybe it cause the problem, i dont know what happen.
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    Katie Boundary · 19:07 17.11.2019
    It's nice to see that you're still keeping this updated even after you said the June release would be the last. Did you ever fix the bug with certain keyboard keys not working correctly?
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      Pensioner · 16:38 18.11.2019
      There may be something in this(Katie's) statement. Usually going through the install towards the end it is offering the user the option to install geographic keyboard and time zone etc, but in the last version prior to this(Aug) I never saw that option and for me some drivers were missing like audio and PC bus. I reverted back to May edition of Integral. Hopefully this version works out for me. Thanks Ramsey.
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        Rei · 19:31 18.11.2019
        Did you guys by any chance installed the OS through CD/DVD or through USB flashloader? If it's the latter, try using a different ISO flashing tool such as Rufus or my personal fav; WinToFlash.
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        Ramsey · 17:24 18.11.2019
        That's is not normal at all. Did you even get the Options Selector at the end where you can choose what additional extras you want to install?
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      Ramsey · 19:12 17.11.2019
      I never read about such a bug before.
      And all my Keyboard keys are also working on Windows XP. Are you sure you did set the correct Keyboard language?
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        Katie Boundary · 00:17 20.11.2019
        US English? Yes. As an experiment, go into an XP Integral Edition machine (real or virtual, doesn't matter), open up notepad, and press the apostrophe (') key. Chances are, nothing will happen. If you press it again, both the first and second apostrophes will magically appear. This isn't a notepad bug; you'll see the same behavior when you try to rename files and folders. Windows is receiving the keystrokes correctly; it's just not reacting to them correctly.
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          Ramsey · 15:04 20.11.2019
          I tested it and everything works fine.
          If you have a QWERTY Keyboard with an Euro symbol on the top left that means you have a "United States (International)" Keyboard and then you have to press the key (") or (") + Space or any other Key to trigger the (") or ("). If you set you Keyboard to "English (United States)" then it will work like you are use to it, but you will loss some functionality on a QWERTY International Keyboard.
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            Katie Boundary · 02:54 21.11.2019
            My keyboards are all 100% US English and do not have any Euro symbols. There is nothing international about them.
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              Ramsey · 07:01 21.11.2019
              The behavior of you Keyboard is like the "United States (International)" layout. Try to delete the "United States (International) layout, so that you only have the "English (United States)" layout shown in your Taskbar.
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                Katie Boundary · 22:22 21.11.2019
                Delete it how? Keyboard layouts don't show up in the taskbar.
                ------
                Okay I found something. At the "Regional and Language Options" screen during the second-to-last phase of setup, if I click on the "Languages" tab, then on the "Details" button, it has the "default language" listed as "English (United States) - United States-International", despite everything being set to US English in two other, much more highly visible places. It can be switched to strictly US English.
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                Yep, THAT fixed the problem. So, thanks for pointing me in the right direction, even if your exact answer was wrong
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    Rei · 17:25 17.11.2019
    I really like Win10's Calculator & Graph Bar when copying/moving files. Is there an alternative for WinXP that has ALL those features?
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      Zedd · 13:57 01.12.2019
      It's not quite as fancy, but my goto for WinXP is Teracopy. It's much faster than the built in file transfer utility and supports modern features like pausing, resuming incomplete transfers, hash checking, shutting down the PC once done, etc.
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        Zedd · 13:58 01.12.2019
        Sorry, a clarification:
        *Teracopy isn't as fancy in terms of graphs - Teracopy uses a traditional progress bar, but accurately reports time left (unlike XP's built in tool).
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    grissa · 22:14 16.11.2019
    Coming soon great work

    WE must achieve max enhancements
    Important Never lose performance

    Progressing and that s it
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    Akhlaq Ahmed · 10:00 15.11.2019
    Waiting for WIN XP-IE November edition.
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      Your Momma! · 10:26 16.11.2019
      Obviously you have learning difficulties. Learn some manners. Patience is a virtue.
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        Akhlaq Ahmed · 17:22 16.11.2019
        I just request only.
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          Hyde · 21:23 16.11.2019
          That's called lack of patience and manners. You nor anybody should request a rush release. One user @Rei already pointed out to you in your previous post why that is.
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            Akhlaq Ahmed · 06:30 17.11.2019
            Bro no fight
            I always wait for the next release because my Lab PC's and i only use Win XP since 2012 when Win XP Black Edition was released every month.
            I love the admin effort to keep the Win XP alive. I am always waiting for the new release. I am much excited for the next release.
            Again i say no fight, no abuse.
            Peace for All.
            Be brothers
            Respect all
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              Rei · 16:20 17.11.2019
              Relax... I don't think anyone meant any fight, bro. Everyone is always waiting for new release, so be patient. Besides, you could always just use the August update. I'm sure this November update is minimal at best. With the exception of the USB 3.0 driver addition, which I'm waiting for, all other is just software update which you could just update individually.
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      Ramsey · 10:01 15.11.2019
      I hope Tomorrow.
      EDIT: I have to move it to Monday, I had a busy week. -_-
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        Akhlaq Ahmed · 06:38 17.11.2019
        Thanks bro.
        You are really great.
        I always update all my PC whenever new version came.
        And you are the one that keeps Win-XP alive.
        Great respect and honour for your effort.
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        cmccaff1 · 23:17 16.11.2019
        To Ramsey,

        Thank you very much for your kind notification. I don't want to sound like the 'teacher's pet', but it is very sad to see that some people are so impatient. I myself have been quite content with the June 2019 update for several months (I tried the August 2019 one and quickly reverted as I also had problems with the Realtek 2.74 audio drivers). I'm definitely excited to try the November update, and don't expect any sound issues (though if there should still be any I will gladly go back to the June update and wait for the next release after that).

        As most of the software I use on a daily basis will even work with 95/NT 4.0 (with a few exceptions, such as the New Moon 28 browser--sadly, the newest browsers 95/NT 4.0 can run are now starting to run into a lot of problems with modern sites) I'm feeling quite comfortable still using XP, and have no plans on upgrading anytime soon. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for all of your years of hard work in maintaining this project. It is easy for folks to forget that you are only human and have priorities in your life that supersede this in importance. For me, anything post-June 2019 is a bonus. A lot of people should count themselves lucky that you didn't call it quits a long time ago. You had virtually every reason to, but in your selfless generosity you are still here for us.

        God bless you, my friend, and please don't work TOO hard. It is always worth the wait! You are truly appreciated for your efforts, and we've got your back when you need it!

        -Cameron M.
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          Rei · 16:40 17.11.2019
          Doesn't sound like teacher's pet to me.
          Anyway, are you using specifically Win95? That is too old, ain't it? Why not upgrade to Windows Millennium Edition which is the latest of the Win9x architecture. For the WinNT architecture, just stick to WinXP if you still use it on a weaker system.

          As for the browser, just use Ramsey's Basilisk browser that came with WinXP. It still works with most modern website. or other alternatives could be Vivaldi or Brave which still has some support for older OS.
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            cmccaff1 · 22:25 17.11.2019
            Actually, I would still be using Windows 95 if it were not for the many problems 95-compatible browsers now have with the modern web. There are certain sites I enjoy using on a daily basis which do not work properly in Opera 10.63 (or a 10.70 build) or Retrozilla--if they did I would still be on some flavor of 9x (or NT 4.0 as it is far more stable and has better browser support; unfortunately, the best browsers NT4.0 can run are also very insufficient now for today's web).

            What I meant is that I still use VERSIONS of programs that will run on Windows 95/NT 4.0 (examples: WinRAR 3.51, Winamp 2.79, VLC 0.8.5, CCleaner 1.41, etc.). What they may lack in bells/whistles they compensate for in speed and reliability. I use New Moon 28 as it restores the pre-Australis interface and allows you to use classic themes that newer FF versions or forks can't run (while being equal to Basilisk in support for modern web standards). I have tried different Chromium-based browsers, and just prefer how Gecko/Goanna ones render pages. They also tend to run better on older hardware, which is a big plus for me.

            One day if XP can no longer handle the demands of today's Internet, then I will probably go up to (most likely) Windows 7 or (maybe) 10. For now, it still does everything I need it to do and then some! XP supports tons of old/new software/hardware out of the gate, and is very easy to set up without having to tweak a whole bunch of settings (which I've always had to do in older and newer versions of Windows).
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              Rei · 19:16 18.11.2019
              You should try ReactOS which is like a fork of Win9x. It uses WinAPI so it's not a unix/linux distro or that sort of crap. The last time I used it (which was nearly a decade ago), had a cross-feel between Win98/ME & WinXP. It has good performance, above average hardware support. Don't take my word for it as it is now, though. I'm sure a lot has changed since then. It might even still be in Alpha state of dev as it was then. Try reading it up on Wikipedia & ask around the ReactOS forums for any "sticks & stones that may break your bones" if you're interested.

              If you're gonna surrender to post-Vista OS, might as well go the whole mile & take Win10. There is only a year left in Win7 shelf-life support & I'm sure the difference is not that drastic between Win7 & Win10. I don't remember much as I only had 2 months of experience with Win7 that came with this laptop before I changed it to ReactOS then back to WinXP.

              I guess browsing is becoming a pain on Pre-Vista OS. Cuz even if the browser is the latest & still supported, websites has already been using web protocol & security ciphers that are non-existent in WinXP & before it. Can you try if using VPN can "route" this issue? I can't do it myself as I have yet to prepare for my WinXP OS installation, so I'm using Win10 right now.
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                cmccaff1 · 23:50 18.11.2019
                I appreciate the suggestions! ReactOS is definitely an option, and I've been looking into it for some time now. It all comes down to stability; if ReactOS gets to a point where it is roughly as stable if not more so than XP, then I'll definitely go to that OS in the future if XP 'bites the dust' as far as usability on the modern Internet.

                So far so good for XP as far as browsing goes...there are many different browsers for XP with lots of different quirks, but New Moon 28 still does EVERYTHING I need it to do. Windows 7 would be a better alternative to 10 for me, as it is closer in feel and spirit to what I'm used to with XP and supports all the same browsers you can run on 10 (I have yet to see a browser that only supports 10, and even if there is one I'm sure with hex editing it can be made to run on 7 too). Vista is about on par with XP as far as browser compatibility; essentially Vista is XP with more bells/whistles while removing lots of support for legacy software/hardware (not good at all).

                I can definitely try a VPN in the future, but I haven't needed one for my personal use. For me, New Moon 28 has all the protocols built in that you need for Internet browsing. Not a single site has thrown up a TLS/SSL error to date.
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          Ramsey · 09:10 17.11.2019
          Run this file below on the June version and see if you run into the same problem.
          https://www.zone62.com/downloads/operating-systems/123-windows-xp-professional-sp3-x86-integral-edition?comment_id=1208
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    asmbubba · 01:04 13.11.2019
    Is there a way to get sandboxie working on this? Looks like an update released after 30 October 2017 that patched the kernel probably broke it.
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      Ramsey · 03:27 13.11.2019
      Windows XP is supported up to Sandboxie version 5.22. Any beta/stable versions after Sandboxie 5.22 will not work on XP.
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        asmbubba · 03:54 13.11.2019
        I'm using version 5.22. When running anything sandboxed an error occurs complaining that it can't find the user profile directory. That error has occurred in the past when windows updated the kernel. It would be fixed with the next version of sandboxie. Because version 5.22 was released on 30 October 2017 I'm guessing there is some update released after that date that modified the kernel and is included with this iso thus breaking sandboxie. I'm kinda guessing at all this. All I know is that on a fresh install of this iso sandboxie 5.22 is inop.
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    impi · 19:12 12.11.2019
    Hi
    username and password for w64 after installation please?
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      scorp · 18:50 15.11.2019
      Try typing this & use no password

      Admin
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      Ramsey · 23:36 12.11.2019
      There is no username or password set. Make sure you formatted your hard disk drive before re-installing.
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        scorp · 18:57 15.11.2019
        impi was correct about it asking for user & pw regardless if formatted. There was a symbol in the user name that appeared which obviously i removed then i used scorp as name then signed in however it failed as i hadn't set a name etc. Came here & by that time the screen had reset & Admin appeared in the user name, so hit enter & desktop appeared. I guess there's a code issue there or something. There's another issue & far more serious . If you have this installed what's the top line say in your hosts file say. I need to run this in a vm to confirm it
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          Ramsey · 19:13 15.11.2019
          I never had sure a problem. I don't even know how i could replicate it.
          And in the hosts file is only "127.0.0.0 localhost", and everything else is commented out with '#'.
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            scorp · 21:04 15.11.2019
            It's fine in a vm & works as you'd expect. I'm re-installing it on the spare pc as it appears there may have been an issue with a connected usb drive or the slave. The reason i mentioned hosts file is that it had a line at the top that shouldn't be there & is a redirect using chupra thingy.However i recognized it from a few years ago & is caused by a virus/malware that comes from usb drives. So it appears one of my dam drives has an infection lol. It may explain the login issue or not. If the xp works on the pc as it does on the vm then i'm real happy with it. If your the one that made the iso then well done, maybe i should learn to code too hahha. While i've got you here maybe take a look at adding powertoy tweakui, & xdntweaker (the latter works on win 7 as well & does a bit more than tweakui) in future versions
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              Ramsey · 05:04 16.11.2019
              Good, Now we know at least why this problem occurs.
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    IntMD · 16:42 11.11.2019
    https://msfn.org/board/topic/175170-root-certificates-and-revoked-certificates-for-windows-xp/page/23/?tab=comments#comment-1172773 - might be worth to update the root and revoked certs in next integral edition release. Some subsets of the root certificates (updroots.sst. authroots.sst) have been updated in oct 29 2019, the delroots.sst subset and the revoked cert set in aug, and roots.sst subset in july 23
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      Ramsey · 17:04 11.11.2019
      I have added a auto script for this to my Compiler last month so that i don't forget it.
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    IntMD · 09:28 11.11.2019
    https://www.win-raid.com/t4035f45-Windows-XP-Bit-and-Server-Bit-on-Modern-Hardware-242.html#msg96981 - newer version of daniel_k's WinXP PAE patch tool, which also now patches the hal files for the acpi timer fix and proper memory management ala server 2003
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      Ramsey · 17:05 11.11.2019
      Good i hope this will also fix the driver problems.
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    Impi · 08:59 11.11.2019
    is there some kind of readme file for newbies here? I dont wont to ask stupid questions and irritate people?
    thanks
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      Ramsey · 09:01 11.11.2019
      Description :
      * Help file with lots of useful information (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
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        impi · 10:46 11.11.2019
        the same with w10 etc?
        will os update as usual or must a fresh install take place everytime there a new release?
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          Ramsey · 10:51 11.11.2019
          No you don't need to reinstall. Everything is updated automatically.