I cant see this its so emberising :(

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    No issues for me right now :)
     
    WindowsXPforever, Aug 26, 2018
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    But im affraid to install .NET framework 4because it makes my network icons to load slower.:(
     
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    you only need .net 4 if a program you are running needs it. I have all the .net's installed, but the only one I have ever needed was 2.0 used with nlite.

    and you can place them all in manual in services so that they are not started maybe this will let your icons load faster, have you ever gone to the black viper's website and studied the configurations of xp services? see the link below:

    http://www.blackviper.com/service-c...32-bit-service-pack-3-service-configurations/
     
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    Oh then im fine because all of my apps dont need .net framework 4 :)
     
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    okey dokey, :)
     
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    ALRIGHT! seems like no problems.enabled the POSready updates and found out that KB4074852, KB4134651 and KB4134651-v2 updates breaks the network tray icon and they are not recommended to install...So i didnt install them.So im a have a little support from microsoft then :)
     
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    good work! :)
     
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    At this link there are 69 updates.
    Is there a place where all these 200 or so updates are available?

    Also is there a place where we can see all the XP updates from the beginning, starting from the very first one?
     
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    no they are not stored in the catalog that way, you have to search for each name, for example: .netxxx or spxxx or office or security.

    to see your updates go to microsoft updates and review your update history there will be many pages that will take you to the very first one installed, but why do you need the order in which they were installed??
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    the link is for sp3 ONLY, and there are not 69 for an individual, you have to search for either x86 or x84 or for xp vs server.

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    you can download PORTUP, do a search online for all your updates, and it will comeback with what is installed what you need and you have the option to download all the updates for install offline in case of a future clean install

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    this is what I do for regular xp as I do not have POS READY .
     
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    In my XP Pro, in 'services.msc', only Net 4 is shown as: Microsoft .NET Framework NGEN v4.0.30319_X86
    I remember installing all of them (NET 1, 2, 3 and 4) using 'portup'. Why isn't 1, 2 and 3 not shown?

    Thank you
     
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    Is there a web site similar to Black Viper where I can get comprehensive help to set up Windows Firewall (with advanced options).

    Thank you.
     
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    to see what you have installed for .net, go to the control panel/add and remove programs/ scroll down and all the .nets installed will show up

    For FIREWALL search page, there are many hits read through a few and if you have questions, then ask, :)
     
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    At this link I get Start Page: https://www.startpage.com/

    Yes I see all four of them there. Since only NET 4 is shown in 'services' I assume only NET 4 can be set to 'Manual' start, instead of 'Automatic'. Am I correct?
     
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    Thank you :)
     
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