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  1. I installed the Windows XP Professional x64 operating system on a Samsung 970 Pro NVME SSD drive using an ASRock X99 Extreme4 motherboard. Really easy the second time. Download Kai Schtrom's driver here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/nvme-for-windows-2003-server/files/ Download KB932755 here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=11619 Download AOMEI Backupper Standard here: https://www.aomeitech.com/download.html Use diskpart in Windows 7 x64 to create the aligned partition on, and format, the NVMe drive (the Windows 7 OS must have an
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  2. Quite by accident, I stumbled upon a MS support page regarding KB4507704 which deals with DST changes in Windows for Brazil and Morocco: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4507704/ This update was released on July 15, 2019 and was last revised on November 7, 2019. It clearly states on the support page this update applies to Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 and it even goes so far as to give detailed instructions on how to obtain it for this platform: Specifically, Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 Method 1: Windows Update This update is provided as an Option
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  3. Confirming you are correct: the 980 Ti card works fine using the same driver sets from BWC.
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  4. Please, be patient, of course, there is going to be the new version soon, bit I'm a bit busy in the current situation.
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  5. A heads up for those who are interested; I have uploaded a few more pieces of Rudy's work to my site. These are mostly things that weren't advertised or well known.
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  6. Latest should be this one: https://ftp.webtent.net/pub/windows/Make_PE3_48.exe jaclaz
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  7. As the original https://github.com/CNMan/MicrosoftHotfixesList/issues/2 poster said I checked some of them, one is superseded, one for IE8 is not necessory (although not marked as superseded, in fact only last IE cumulative patch is needed). I think others might also be like that.
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  8. 15 years later I still use Sony Vegas 9.0e 64-bit (released May, 2010) to produce MP4 files (H264 + AAC) 720p/1080p on WinXP SP2 x64 - The best system from MS
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  9. @TrevMUN Smart Defrag will assist you in Trimming your SSD Drives. That's what I use, and it's free too; simply run the program and click on Trim & Intelligent Optimize. Now, sometimes your SSD Device will show up as a Hard Drive instead of a Solid State Drive. Simply hoover over where it shows the HDD Icon and your Drive Name; and Two Arrows will appear, click up or down until you see it change your drive to SSD. As stated above, click Trim & Intelligent Optimize, just hoover your mouse over the arrow that's pointing right (It's next to the Trim button) and it will give you that optio
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  10. I had been meaning to respond to this topic for a week, but I'd been so preoccupied with work and other commitments that I hadn't had the chance to ... until now! I wanted to leave a huge thank-you, @XP-x64-Lover, for all you've done in finding these drivers and allowing those of us sticking with XP64 a chance to upgrade to hardware a bit more recent. Between your drivers and the trick explained by Matt's Repository for getting XP/XP64 drivers for the nVidia 9XX series, on Memorial Day Weekend I was able to finally give my desktop the badly needed overhaul I'd been wanting to do since my
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