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XP PAE fix (Announce)

posted by RayeR(R) Homepage, CZ, 04.12.2014, 02:11

> Technical details:
> http://iknowu.duckdns.org/files/public/Windows_XP_...emove_PAE_Limit/Windows_XP_Remove_PAE_Limit.htm

Yes I readed this. If I understand well, his patch always use double buffering even for 64b capable drivers. So this should solve all incompatability and everything should work, isnt?

> I haven't tried XP64G since I don't trust patches that come from China and
> I patched file by myself with 16Edit.

I understand. But think about what backdoors might left M$ in windows on NSA request :) I cannot tell if it hasn't some side effect but I can easily restore my whole XP installation and copy there only those 2 patched files. From comparison it differs only a bit so it doesn't look like trojan was installed in patched files :)

> Go and get it ;)
> http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/...om-made-PC?p=7043237&viewfull=1#post7043237

Thanks.

> if you have crash minidump, you may use nirsoft BlueScreenView to check
> which driver is in fault.

No, there was not BSOD neither minidump. Simply machine stopped responding for 1sec while last few samples from DMA buffer was played by soundcard followed by immediate reboot. It freezed so hard - no disk access to save dump.

> but from my memory, Realtek drivers are easy to crash in such environment.

I use RTENICXP.SYS 5.776.1111.2010 from 12.11.2010 for my onboard RTL8111D.
PCI Tuner probably use FLYPCI.SYS from 10.10.2003, much older, probably nobody cared about PAE there.

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