Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

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vix
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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by vix » Sun Aug 05, 2018 2:32 am

Hi Dibya and thanks for your great work on XP.

I'm using the 64 GB of RAM patch (hal64g.dll & ntkl64g.exe) with excellent results. I think it was written by you as well.

I'm considering slipstreaming a new XP install. Should I use the addon in this page instead or stick with the 64 GB of RAM patch ? Do they have any compatibility/performance differences ?

Dibya
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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by Dibya » Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:20 am

hal64g.dll & ntkl64g.exe is made by another guy ....
You can use his patch if you don't need more than 64gb.

vix
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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by vix » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:01 am

Thanks for your answer. I only use 8 GB of RAM but I'll probably switch to your addon for slipstreaming purposes.

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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by smug-git » Wed Oct 31, 2018 1:39 am

Has anyone got XP64G 2.1.exe they can share please, i have tried searching and all the chinese sites either go round in circles, are dead links or tell me i have to install baidu cloud. :)

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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by alxjm69 » Sat Dec 01, 2018 2:42 am

Hello all

Specifically Dibya, been a while...

I am not sure if you are aware, but the link to your XP limitation download doesn't seem to be working. Zippyshare link wants me to download some installer... just thought you should know.

shhnedo
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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by shhnedo » Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:58 am

^ The link in OP works perfectly fine. The problem is on your end. Run AdwCleaner and check if you're not full of adware.

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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by Dibya » Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:07 am

alxjm69 wrote:
Sat Dec 01, 2018 2:42 am
Hello all

Specifically Dibya, been a while...

I am not sure if you are aware, but the link to your XP limitation download doesn't seem to be working. Zippyshare link wants me to download some installer... just thought you should know.
I don't like zippyshare personally. I had no money to pay mediafire lately but soon I will upload back to mediafire.
Update is coming

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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by mooms » Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:23 pm

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Re: Remove 4GB RAM Limit of Windows XPx86 extend to 128GB

Post by MrGreg » Wed Dec 12, 2018 9:28 pm

Hi Dibya,

Thanks for your hard work on this kit. I still have an old XP box running on my network. I keep it up to date using the POS registry hack.

I notice that the files in the latest kit contain older and newer versions of the files that are currently on my system. The Kernel on my system that was just fully patched today is version 5.1.2600.7581 which is newer than the kit. I am running hal.dll on my system and it is the same version as in the kit. I am not sure about the other flavors of the hardware abstract layer files. hidparse.sys is actually older on my system than the kit. Mine is version 5.1.2600.5512 and the kit is 5.2.3790.5189. I should have the latest so why is hidparse.sys newer? The usb driver files in the kit are all newer than my system. My system has versions 5.1.2600.XXXX and the kit has 5.2.3790.XXXX. Again I should have the latest on my system so why are the versions in the kit newer?

I am also curious how folks are getting around Windows Files Protection? I notice that the Kernel files and most of the usb driver files are protected by WFP. I would think that when you replace the files, WFP would kit in and revert back to the stock files. Please advise.

It sure would be nice to include a readme file in the kit. Explaining the changes needed in boot.ini. It would also be nice to explain the differences in the kernel files so folks no which one to choose. The same applies to the hardware abstract layer files and the usb driver files.

Finally, thanks again for all your hard work. I hope you can answer my questions. I also hope that you will release another version of the kit with the latest patched kernels and the other files if needed.

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