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Microsoft Windows XP is the sixth release of the NT series of operating systems, and was the first to be marketed in a variety of editions: XP Home and XP Professional, designed for business and power users. The advanced features in XP Professional are generally disabled in Home Edition, but are there and can be activated. There were two 64-bit editions, an embedded edition and a tablet edition.

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I have an xtenda setup in my windows xp 32 bits. Works great.

Due to the RAM limitations of windows 32 bits I wanted to switch to windows 64

However the supplier no longer supports xtenda 300.No drivers for Windows 64 bits

Is there a way to install the 32 bit drives in a 64 bit pc.? A workaround?

Any ideas?
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Hi Everyone,
I had a client who is using Windows 7 and Windows XP Mode have their Windows XP VM stop working. I am thinking the key to solving it is the Integrated Features options which is grayed out. Does anyone know how I can make these options live so I can uncheck the selected devices?
 WinXP Mode Integration Features
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Hi Everyone,
I have a client with a Windows XP VM (Microsoft Windows XP Compatibility Utility) running on a Windows 7 Machine. I need to move it to another Windows 7 machine.
I have followed the steps outlined here https://www.hanselman.com/blog/TransferringMovingAVHDFromWindowsVirtualPCWindowsXPModeToAnotherComputer.aspx

Specifically I merged the parent and differential changes into a single file on a flash drive and named it the same as the original parent file. I then took the combined file and placed it on the new computer here: C:\Program Files\Windows XP Mode\ replacing the Windows XP Mode base.vhd file created when I installed the Windows XP Mode VM machine software.

I then started the Windows XP by double clicking the Windows XP icon here: C:\Users\(user name)\Virtual Machines, got an error and immediately the Windows XP icon went missing leaving nothing in the folder.

What did I miss?
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I believe after updating windows 2010 pro, I've lost access to an old windows xp pro share on the network,  I get a message saying "you can't connect to file share because it's not secure. this share requires the obsolete smb1, which is unsafe and could expose your system to attack. your system requires smb2 or higher..." have anyone faced this?
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I have a client that has an obsolete PC with application that still requires Windows XP.
Motherboard died and I recovered it using some old parts, but now it is asking to activate before logon.

The activation over internet and phone is now not working - I guess MS shut down their activation servers for XP while ago.

Any idea how to bypass this.
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Is there a way to install POWERSHELL 5 ON Windows XP sp3 ? not powershell 2 etc..only if powershell 5 if is possible, thanks
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Hi there, I forgot my Windows XP computer password.
this system is too old and no USB DVD drive is working.

I can only access this with remote desktop. but this account is not an administrator

please suggest if you know any solution.
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Hi,

I need to run a 32 bits program on Windows 7 64 bits.

So I installed it in C:\Program Files (x86)\erp\runerp.exe

That program must read an ini file located at C:\Windows\runerp.ini

Currently, I can run the program but it is unable to read the ini file so it's not working.

I also tried to run it "As Administrator"

Domain users have full rights on the ini file.

Can you please help me to make it work?

Thanks and cheers,
Rene
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can anyone advise a way of activating Windows XP.  Obviously Microsoft does not activate over the phone
 anymore.  i have a client who is a printer.  their platemaker will only work with XP for their software.   their PC died and I need to activate a license again.
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Hello all,

Using Borland C++ 4.52 on a Windows Virtual PC in XP Mode.

I am writing what I thought to be a pretty simple DOS program.  It is basically opening files, filling up structures, printing structure information to a file and that's it.  The files are binary and are less than 32 Kbytes, most are 1K or less.   I am 75% of the way done, it has been running fine up to now.  I just added some code to finish it off, and now I am getting this error at runtime:

"The NTDVM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction.
CS:00cc IP:0106 OP:ff ff 00 00 00 Choose 'Close' to terminate the application."

The thing is, the code I added is just a repeat of the same code that was at the beginning but to different structures.  Seems to have something to do with the code size?  I don't know.  I am not that familiar with memory management.  However, when I removed the stuff I had added, it works again.  

I am attaching both the main code and the extra code I am trying to add.

I would appreciate any guidance.
extracode.txt
main-code.txt
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Recently I bought a Windows 7 desktop, now the task is to transfer my Gigs of data from XP to here.

Can anyone please suggest/advise, any technique or tool (free) to achieve this task, fast and without corruption of data.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards
MK
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My granddaughter lives across the country and is in her freshman year of college. I am a college professor and I help her when she asks for assistance. What program/applications (hopefully free) can we use so that I can see her LAPTOP screen on my computer.

Thank you...
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We have scheduled a job in our backup machine under task scheduler, this task should run every 1 hour whether user is logged in or not. Please advise.

Thanks
Venkatesh.
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I have successfully installed Windows XP Profession on an HP computer (p7-1410 desktop) - wonderful learning curve! A senior client panicked when his computer died!

I have been able to download most important drivers (the computer came installed with Windows 8) for the hardware except for the DVD Writer Model SH-216 (HP model: XH-216BB/HPTHF).

I have searched and have had no luck. HP does not supply drivers for XP.

Suggestions? Help!
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The scenario:

1.      We have a Windows XP computer which runs an offline PDF to Print comparison.  
2.      As it is XP we have taken it off our network for security reasons
3.      The XP computer is attached to an A1 scanner which scans a printed leaflet
4.      The software then compares the printed scan against the original PDF used to generate the print plates
5.      For reprints this is OK as a copy of the original PDF already exists on the XP computer
6.      For new prints the user needs to go to another computer which is on WorkGroup, browse for the file, copy the original PDF to a USB, copy from the USB to the Windows XP computer, then run comparison

It is step 6 which I am trying to improve.  Can I directly connect the XP computer to the networked computer using some sort of software that isolates but still allows a folder to be browsed and a file copied.  I hope I have made this clear
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Hello Experts -

I have found that if I don't Disable Scripting (in Internet Options), that displaying web content in Internet Explorer is extremely slow - making many sites almost unusable.

Generally speaking, they freeze up or the scroll bars get stuck. I often get messages that say "web site is not responding" and iExplorer will then display a "recover webpage" button. The latter just reloads the same page to drag the experience anew.

But there are a few sites that are exceptions, if I idisable scripting as the default behavior via the setting in Internet Options. These sites are worthless without scripting.

So, is there a way I can get iExplorer turned to allow scripting for a few pre-defined sites - leaving scripting disable for all the rest.

Thanks.

Gordon
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Recently we have planned to migrate the data from one windows machine to another windows as part of migration project, We have PGP keys avilable in the old machine, How we can copy that PGP keys from old machines to new one. Please advise.

Thanks
Venkatesh.
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how can i block all sites in windows AD DS  domain users without any third party software
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I have a Visioneer Strobe XP100 scanner that is normally used with Windows XP or earlier.   Is it possible to use it with Windows 7?
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i need a batch script to press and open START Menu wait 15 sec. and then close START menu
thankx!
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I have an old simulation program that I want to play with and it will only run on Windows XP. So, I want to use my old COMPAQ Presario CQ60 laptop for only this purpose. I have wiped the HDD, initialized and formatted it in preparation. When I try to install XP I get the Blue Screen error that is attached. I read somewhere that XP will not install on SATA that I need to change settings to IDE. I have never heard of that and I cannot find any IDE settings in the BIOS. Please advise.

Thank you!

Robert
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Dear
 I have problem with a user machine who made all excel files encrypted on windows XP , unfortunately the machine needs to install windows 7 on it after that all encrypted files not opened how i can solve  this case
thanks
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Sir I forgot my dvr password so plz help dvr model is QT5680
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I am trying to install Windows XP Pro SP2 in Windows 10 Pro with the Oracle Virtual Box. The computer is laptop HP Spectre 360 with an SSD. The Virtual Box itself has been installed smoothly, as well as the Guest Additions. RAM of 4096  M and a VirtualBox Disk Image type Hard Disk (15 G, dynamic) was selected. However, when I start installation of the Win XP from an external CD drive on a USB, some time down the road, I get an error message "Cannot format the partition".

Any suggestions?
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Hi
Im on a Windows XP machine and am trying to write a bat file to use todays date to create a filename
I'm trying to get todays date for e.g. 2017-10-05 (YYYY-MM-DD)

I've had a look online and can't find a good example.
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Windows XP

118K

Solutions

78K

Contributors

Microsoft Windows XP is the sixth release of the NT series of operating systems, and was the first to be marketed in a variety of editions: XP Home and XP Professional, designed for business and power users. The advanced features in XP Professional are generally disabled in Home Edition, but are there and can be activated. There were two 64-bit editions, an embedded edition and a tablet edition.