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XP-x64-Lover

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  1. New ASUS SABERTOOTH X99 & ASUS Z10PE-D16 WS XP x64 Drivers: (07-18-2018). Device Drivers: Intel(R) C610 series X99 chipset LPC Controller - 8D44, Intel(R) C610series X99 chipset PCI Express Root Port #1 - 8D10, Intel(R) C610 series X99 chipset PCI Express Root Port #3 - 8D14, Intel(R) C610 series X99 chipset PCI Express Root Port #4 - 8D16, Intel(R) C610 series X99 chipset SMBus Controller - 8D22, Intel(R) C610 series X99 chipset SPSR - 8D7C, Intel(R) C610 series X99 chipset USB Enhanced Host Controller #1 - 8D26, Intel(R) C610 series X99 chipse
  2. Hello again, could you please change my name back to XP-x64-Lover? Thank you.
  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 optio
  5. 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.
  6. 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. Dibya

      Dibya

      Glad to see you back on land of true experience.

    3. pridesnow

      pridesnow

      Hah, I would also like to use XP. But both x32 and x64 have their own problems. In x32 - memory limitation, but I don't really want to deal with the implementation of changes in PAE. As for x64, everything is much simpler, but also more complicated at the same time. And no, the problem is not in the drivers (although there is something in it). For some reason, the sound does not work for me, although the drivers are installed, but looking through the device manager, I see device id that are not clear to me, which are associated with sound, lol

    4. Dibya

      Dibya

      May I have your motherboard or soundcard model?

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