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Dibya

Remodeling Windows XP Kernel32

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okay . please wait for sunday .

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server 2003 x86 Datacentre edition support 128Gb Ram even being a 32bit OS.

I want make a patch to enable it on XP.

isnt it  going to be ground breaking?

I want to improve Memory management of XP to improve all over performance. ( It will kill mordern os EVEN linux if datacentre edition memory manager work in Xp0

read more here :: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc785920%28v=ws.10%29.aspx

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On ‎11‎/‎05‎/‎2016 at 0:36 PM, Dibya said:

server 2003 x86 Datacentre edition support 128Gb Ram even being a 32bit OS.

I want make a patch to enable it on XP.

isnt it  going to be ground breaking?

I want to improve Memory management of XP to improve all over performance. ( It will kill mordern os EVEN linux if datacentre edition memory manager work in Xp0

Unfortunately I donot own 2k3 Datacentre Edition.

Any one who own it.

read more here :: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc785920%28v=ws.10%29.aspx

you can use fix128 to remove XP limit up to 128GB.

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fix128 is alternative russian 4GT hack that unlocks all possible PAE supported memory. It also replaces some drivers for proper functionalty on PAE-enabled XP systems.

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THANKS greenhillmaniac

THANKS Svyatpro

BOTH OF YOU ROCK

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we have to find out some easier and less time consuming methode for importing APi Calls.

Only thing that can kill devlopement is time.

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Considering that we are not Microsoft Developers, we don't know Windows API calls that much and that we don't have the source code, I'm not quite sure there actually is one... :(

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Posting instructions might allow others to help and speed up the process. You never know the resources one can provide.

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20 minutes ago, PROBLEMCHYLD said:

Posting instructions might allow others to help and speed up the process. You never know the resources one can provide.

go and rest in hell

First learn assembly then come and talk here.

there are  three that i know:-

Trace api with debugger and add with hexeditor

or diassemble the code then add assebly code of api from newer windows and reassemle it.

or try linking import table.'

did you know anything morethan insulting any fellow?

I never hegitate to ask question. No one can learn with out asking.

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I already know how to rest in hell, what about the other instructions? 

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3 minutes ago, PROBLEMCHYLD said:

I already know how to rest in hell, what about the other instructions? 

I donot want to share any more, i this tricks  get in hand of bad guys or gals (Hackeers)

they can exploit code.

Search how to create  import table.

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Well, thanks for sharing the little bit of nothing, sometimes nothing is better than something. Have a nice day.

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1) download a newer x86 kernel and save it in your desktop (vista, win7 or server edition etc)

2) open Dependency Walker and find which functions XP is actually able to use. Save in a .txt the functions that are not available in XP.

3) Get a copy of the XP kernel and save it.

4) download and open CFF Explorer and open the kernel you analysed.

5) open a new window of CFF explorer and open the XP kernel. 

6) go to the hex editor section and compare them both (XP and the other one you are targeting).

7) scroll down 'till you'll find the lines corresponding to the missing function and add it/modify it.

8) now, go to the table section and click "import".

9) import thefunction you previously added.

10) click " save" and rebuild.

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