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Disable Windows File Protection (WFP) in SP3 RTM

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Anybody got a simple Tool like "Windows File Protection Switcher 1.0" from Techconnect Magazine to disable WFP in XP SP3? WFPS 1.0 is no longer working in SP3!

Thank You!

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Here's a link to a thread here that should help. It splains how to disable WFP in SP3.

Disable WFP SP3

Disabling it aint the problem, but doing it in a simple 2 or 3 mouse clicks step. Thats why im asking if anybody got a new WFPS or just a patch sfc_os.dll ;)

The attached files in that thread aint for RTM SP3 anyway.

So does anybody have a simple solution yet for RTM SP3?

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nLite....

... doesnt disable wfp in your current windows installation

Little thinking won't harm you. You can disable SFC using nLite on XP SP3 and then extract necessary files from CD and copy it to current windows installation.

Cheers ;)

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nLite....

... doesnt disable wfp in your current windows installation

Little thinking won't harm you. You can disable SFC using nLite on XP SP3 and then extract necessary files from CD and copy it to current windows installation.

Cheers ;)

Good one, but WFPS was easier ;)

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I told nlite to disable SPF but here's a dumb question: how can I confirm SPF is off?

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Ok, so nobody got a smart, small and handy tool like WFPS to disable WFP??

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I told nlite to disable SPF but here's a dumb question: how can I confirm SPF is off?

the same question :unsure:

Edited by allemand1

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I have a reg key named "sfcdisable" here. I can't confirm because I'm not home, but if it's on 1 or doesn't exist, it's probably disabled/removed.

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