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Zoom cloud meetings 3.5.53922.620 will install without problems or necessary registry fakes on w2k exkernel. Download link (I had to spend some time until I found it out): https://zoom.us/client/3.5.53922.0620/ZoomInstaller.exe It will install in documents and settings\*user*\Appdata\Zoom\bin. Then we need to hexedit cmmlib.dll, XmppDll.dll, zVideoApp.dll, search for 3.5.53922.0620 and change these entries to the final version, now 4.6.19253.0401. Then the autoupdate function cannot replace the files with the newer ones which wont work. It should also be possible to install msi file with switch to diable autoupdate. The Application works, there is only one bug left: screen sharing will not work. It produces Error message 105035 "please try later". I also installed the program on Wxp32 and 64, there the screen sharing function works without error. My knowledge about screen sharing differencies between xp und 2kexkernel is not the best, perhaps some people here can help. I begged also blackwingcat with XP last version, but he did not answer. What I did yet: there are no missing dependencies of the files in this version (only mpr.dll), except cpthost.exe is missing dependeny I_RpcBindingInqLocalClientPID (known to be buggy if added in exkernel). Patching cpthost.exe with wrapper rpcXP4.dll from winxp32 has no effect, error still present. All files of zoom are digitally signed, but the signation ist not valid any more because of the time (certificate ended 2019). I consider this to be not a problem, because no other errors. Any thoughts or comments appreciated! Greetings Joe
Ahcix86 3.3.1540.29, as suggested by blackwingcat, can break PAE compatibility in W2K extended kernel (on my system - M5AF99FX PRO R2.0 it does). It seems this driver was written without care of https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/dn613975(v=vs.85).aspx Perhaps it would be better not to use too many XPSP3 files with w2k exkernel, they seem to be buggy with "real" PAE in native environment ... Workaround: if you experience i/o problems (I had strange read/write to/from disc problems) with 3.3.1540.29 and /PAE mode, simply replace ahcix86.sys with v3.2.1540.75 WHQL Server2003. It will resolve this (also AMD Raid console will be installed). The system seems to be faster, too, without /PAE. Now I can use 32GB in W2k Exkernel!!! Greetings from Austria!