work, it's just waiting for you to tell it which windows version you want to be used for which programm
It is true that the "how to" is a bit neglected on the KernelEx project site...
Their *active* forum is here (along with tons of other win98/ME tools):
And quoting myself from here
Looks like you haven't figured out yet how the KernelEx options work, but that solves all your questions from above
Just open your file explorer and right-click on the .exe or .dll file or a setup.exe you want to tune
(e.g. on "k-meleon.exe"), click "properties", and you'll find a new tab for "compatibility" - there you can tell to program to run in XP or win2000 or win98se etc. mode
Often needs some testing which setting works and what not. If I read that right over at their forum, KEx contains already some standard settings for programs like firefox and flash, that's why that runs automatically for you, and that's why you couldn't yet install Seamonkey etc: You didn't right click the seamonkey-setup.exe (or whatever name that file has) and haven't set it to another windows version, that's why they complain about your old windows! Just change their compatiblity tab and they'll think they're running on XP etc.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/04/2010 01:17AM by siria.