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Windows Loader 2.1.5.rar

This is the loader application that's used by millions of people worldwide, well known for passing Microsoft's WAT (Windows Activation Technologies) and is arguably the safest Windows activation exploit ever created. The application itself injects a SLIC (System Licensed Internal Code) into your system before Windows boots; this is what fools Windows into thinking it's genuine.Features

windows loader 2.1.5.rar


Note: You must be running build 7600 or greater for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.Note: I don't recommend using any of the Windows 7 E editions.Note: Windows 7 N editions will only be supported when OEM SLP serials leak.Application integrity checking?Hover your mouse over the green, amber or red icon to see detailed application information.Note: Even if the icon is green someone might have found a way around the protection system so it's worth checking that the applications path is always the same as the location from which you launched the application. You should also check that the MD5 matches the MD5 found online.Virus scanner resultsAll virus scanner detection's are a false-positive. Simply turn off your anti-virus while installing the loader.

Zip and Installer files The .zip files are just the binaries you can copy intoyour PostgreSQL installation and then enable in each database as usual. The exe are standard windows setup for 64-bit PostgreSQL.

If you are more adventurous, and risk-seeking you can partake in our experimental windowsbinaries of PostGIS built automatically by Winnie whenever there is a change in any of the PostGIS Stable or development branches.These are especially useful for testing out new features or if you are badly in need of a bug fix that has not been released yet.

If you don't want to risk messing up an existingwindows install or aren't allowed to write to the registry, we'd suggest using the companion PostgreSQL EDB binaries-only binaries which don't require installation.Setup is detailed in Starting PostgreSQL in windows without install.

The mod loader is managed by the launcher. This means that you don't have to worry about being up-to-date with the mod loader. However, this also means that it is impossible to install old versions of the mod loader. This list is for documentation purposes only and provides links to the changelogs. RML versionRaft versionRelease dateChangelog6.4.1Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-30Link6.4.0Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-28Link6.3.9Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-28Link6.3.8Update 1.0 hotfix 12023-01-15Link6.3.7Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-12-22Link6.3.6Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-12-11Link6.3.5Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-12-10Link6.3.4Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-10-14Link6.3.3Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-10-14Link6.3.2Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-10-03Link6.3.1Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-09-29Link6.3Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-09-20Link6.2.13Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-08-04Link6.2.12Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-07-21Link6.2.11Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-07-20Link6.2.10Update 1.0 hotfix 12022-07-07Link6.2.9Update 1.02022-06-20Link6.2.8Update 132022-05-26Link6.2.7Update 132021-12-05Link2.2.4Update 132021-06-21Link6.2.5Update 122021-06-13Link6.2.4Update 122021-04-08Link6.2.3Update 122021-02-07Link6.2.2Update 122021-02-04Link6.2.1Update 122021-02-02Link6.2.0Update 122021-02-02Link6.1.3Update 122021-02-01Link6.1.2Update 122021-01-31Link6.1.1Update 122021-01-28Link6.1.0Update 122020-11-02Link6.0.9Update 122020-10-22Link6.0.8Update 122020-10-14Link6.0.7Update 122020-10-11Link6.0.6Update 122020-10-09Link6.0.5Update 122020-10-09Link6.0.4Update 122020-10-08Link6.0.3Update 11a2020-08-12Link6.0.2Update 11a2020-08-12Link6.0.1Update 11a2020-08-09Link6.0.0Update 11a2020-08-06Link5.4.9Update 112020-06-11Link5.4.8Update 112020-05-22Link5.4.7Update 112020-05-22Link5.4.6Update 112020-04-25Link5.4.5Update 112020-04-22Link5.4.4Update 112020-03-12Link5.4.3Update 112020-02-16Link5.4.2bUpdate 10.072020-01-13Link5.4.2aUpdate 10.072020-01-11Link5.4.2Update 10.072020-01-11Link5.4.1Update 10.072020-01-04Link5.4Update 10.072020-01-04Link5.3Update 10.072019-12-16Link5.2.9aUpdate 10.042019-12-05Link5.2.9Update 10.002019-12-03Link5.2.8aUpdate 9.052019-12-01Link5.2.8Update 9.052019-11-19Link5.2.7Update 9.052019-11-11Link5.2.6Update 9.052019-11-11Link5.2.5Update 9.052019-11-10Link5.2.4Update 9.052019-11-04Link5.2.3Update 9.052019-11-04Link5.2.2Update 9.052019-11-01Link5.2.1Update 9.052019-10-31Link5.2.0Update 9.052019-10-31Link5.1.3Update 9.052019-10-04Link5.1.2Update 9.052019-10-01Link5.1.1Update 9.052019-09-22Link5.1Update 9.052019-09-19Link5.0Update 9.052019-09-18Link4.3.1Update 9.052019-07-03Link4.3Update 9.052019-06-20Link4.2.3Update 9.052019-05-22Link4.2.1Update 9.042019-05-04Link4.2Update 9.042019-05-03Link4.1.9Update 9.042019-04-26Link4.1.8f2Update 9.042019-04-25Link4.1.8fUpdate 9.042019-04-24Link4.1.8Update 9.042019-04-24Link4.1.7fUpdate 9.002019-04-01Link4.1.7Update 9.002019-03-26Link4.1.6Update 9.002019-03-17Link4.1.5Update 9.002019-03-14Link4.1.4Update 9.002019-03-14Link4.1.3Update 9.002019-03-13Link4.1.2Update 9.002019-03-08Link4.1.1Update 9.002019-03-08Link4.1Update 9.032019-03-07Link4.0-pre-10Update 9.002019-02-10Link4.0-pre-9Update 8.002019-02-02Link4.0-pre-8Update 8.002018-11-08Link4.0-pre-7-u7Update 7.002018-10-15Link4.0-pre-7Update 6.002018-10-10Link4.0-pre-6Update 6.002018-09-26Link4.0-pre-5Update 6.002018-09-02Link4.0-pre-4Update 6.002018-09-01Link4.0-pre-3Update 6.002018-08-15Link4.0-pre-2Update 6.002018-08-15Link4.0-pre-1Update 5.002018-08-04Link4.0-preUpdate 5.002018-08-03Link3.8Update 5.002018-07-26Link3.7Update 5.002018-07-26Link3.6.5Update 5.002018-07-26Link3.6Update 1.032018-07-25Link3.5Update 1.032018-07-25Link

It took me a while to find - but there was a new boot loader released with the newer Arduino IDE - under ToolsBoard you'll now see a new Processor option, eg Arduino Nano (Old boot loader). If you get stuck - try selecting that option.

Thanks for the info. Arduino Nano (Old boot loader) only showed up on my Windows7 machine, not on two other Windows 10 machines. But it worked for me. Your post helped me not have to wonder about that.

It's actually not a new bootloader, it's just new to the Nano. It's the same excellent Optiboot bootloader that has been used on the Uno for years. The change was made in Arduino AVR Boards 1.6.21. There are no release notes for it but you can see the change here:

And to the people saying they had to downgrade to Arduino AVR Boards 1.6.20, I guess you didn't read the post carefully. You only need to select Tools > Processor > ATmega328P (Old Bootloader).

pert:And to the people saying they had to downgrade to Arduino AVR Boards 1.6.20, I guess you didn't read the post carefully. You only need to select Tools > Processor > ATmega328P (Old Bootloader).

I have 2 nanos (clones) and more 2 on the way, I think I'll upgrade them all to optiboot.I have an USBASP and the converter from 10 to 6 pins, so I should have all I need to do the upgrade.Can it be done from the IDE ? Maybe selecting the processor as ATmega328p (not the Old bootloader option I'm using now) and programmer USBASP and then just selecting the "burn bootloader" option ? Do I need to do something to get the fuses right ?

No, if you do that then you get the outdated bootloader that was replaced by Optiboot. That bootloader takes up 2 kB of your flash memory and has a bug that causes an endless reset loop after a watchdog reset. If you have an ATmege328P-based Nano, rather than the rare ATmega168 based ones, then the process is this:

Tools > Burn Bootloader actually does two things: Set fuses, then flash the bootloader file to the microcontroller. The correct fuses are already defined in the boards.txt entry for the board you have selected from the Tools > Board menu. So you don't need to worry about it unless you want different fuses from the standard ones. If so you could edit boards.txt as required or if you're using MiniCore it adds extra Tools menus that let you easily configure the most common fuse settings from inside the Arduino IDE.

I was able to flash it with Uno and MiniCore bootloaders. I had an hard time making USBASP work, in the end it was the driver, I had to set it up with the libusbK driver, but I don't know why, thanks God by programs like ZADIG.

update: after some more reading it looks that that error is not important and some things should not be messed with unless it is really needed (if it is not broken...) .I tried programming the Nano bootloader with a USBtiny instead of the usbasp... It works exactly the same, just choose a different programmer from the menu.In windows I used ZADIAG again and installed the libusbK driver.

but it's pretty rare that you would actually need to do an Upload Using Programmer with the ATmega2560 since it has so much program memory that the part taken by the bootloader is not really significant. The regular USBasp firmware works fine for burning bootloaders to the ATmega2560.

It comes with multiple configuration options, i.e., Erase Flash, Erase Bootloader, Reset After Success, Overwrite Key. The Erase Flash supports four types of methods, i.e., Normal Erase, Force Erase, Erase All, Force Erase All.

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