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WS2K8-x64-Lover

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  1. Air Ending Full Farewell Song (1080p HD)
  2. I've never used that particular hardware before but, software wise they should work. Considering they are based off the same kernel; I've tested Vista drivers on Server 2008 and for myself it worked flawlessly. (Good luck I hope it works for you as well).
  3. Hello, could you change my username to WS2K8-x64-Lover Please and thank you!
  4. @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 option. I have yet to test Smart Defrag's Trimming abilities with NVME based drives but, I would expect it to work the same way; as long as windows sees it; it should also see it. Enjoy and Good luck!
  5. When I get the chance I will be testing out a particular Ryzen Motherboard that may just work Under XP x64. (We shall see when the time comes).

    1. i430VX

      i430VX

      Very nice. It'd be sweet to see XP Ryzen systems

    2. IntMD

      IntMD

      For Ryzen mobos (and generally for modern, new mobos), make sure you use the modded acpi.sys found here. Here are the instructions on replacing this file in the installation medium.

  6. For those of you that don't know. There is a new 2019 update for XP / XP x64 & Server 2003 / Server 2003 x64 ! https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/search.aspx?q=4500331.
  7. I've changed my mind. I'm going to keep it up. Y'all have inspired me to not give up. So, XP x64 will remain my main OS for a long time; I can still squeeze more life into it.

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    2. dencorso

      dencorso

      Glad to hear it! :yes::thumbup

    3. Tengerecki

      Tengerecki

      But how? What programs can you use on it? Does anything support it? Skype? Anything? I love XP and Vista but my PC does not support it...:(

    4. WS2K8-x64-Lover

      WS2K8-x64-Lover

      It takes allot of work sometimes but, it is possible to get many "modern" applications working or to simply search for alternatives; perhaps even create your own if you were experienced enough and had the time / passion.

  8. I believe I just found some new stable drivers and am also currently testing some others to make sure they work properly. So, hopefully if all goes well there will be new stable drivers uploaded by me.
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