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Just now, Damnation said:

regarding efi

could you use code from reactos to get it to work?

I do not know which portion of reactos do so 

Just now, Damnation said:

It says it do but it never worked for me . I may have to ask some reactos DeV's. 

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1 hour ago, Damnation said:

if your Intel USB 3 kernel patch is working again, do you mind if i test it?

I made few changes in etwevent functions but i cannot remember what i did . I am not in home i said already . i am trying to recreate it again for you .

Sorry man i have provided it if i am in home .

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11 minutes ago, Dibya said:

I made few changes in etwevent functions but i cannot remember what i did . I am not in home i said already . i am trying to recreate it again for you .

Sorry man i have provided it if i am in home .

I'm really looking forward to trying it out

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*True love for windows XP

server 2003 in to do list so donot worry

I love your enthusiasm. Unexpected commercial with Madonna... Here where I live I don't see advertisements for any computer software on TV.

Server seems to be far ahead. I was impressed that its SP1 build can run programs requiring XP SP3, including Crusader Kings because of GetThreadId, which XP doesn't seem to support at all. (Maybe there is an update that I am not aware of.) Some applications have stupid version checks, such as the installer of Photoshop CS3, but that fortunately could be bypassed.

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i am getting getting some size not specified error on nasm 

 RegSetKeyValueW:
          mov    edi,edi
          push    ebp
          mov    ebp,esp
          mov    eax,[ebp+0Ch]
          push    esi
          push    edi
          xor    esi,esi
          xor    edi,edi
          cmp    eax,esi
          jz     L77C8CC7D
          cmp    [eax],si
          jz     L77C8CC7D
          push    esi
          lea    ecx,[ebp+0Ch]
          push    ecx
          push    esi
          push    00000002h
          push    esi
          push    esi
          push    esi
          push    eax
          push    [ebp+08h]
          call    RegCreateKeyW ; operation size not specified 
          mov    edi,eax
 L77C8CC4C:
          cmp    edi,esi
          jnz    L77C8CC75
          push    [ebp+1Ch]
          push    [ebp+18h] ; operation size not specified 
          push    [ebp+14h] ; operation size not specified 
          push    esi ; operation size not specified 
          push    [ebp+10h]
          push    [ebp+0Ch] ; operation size not specified 
          call    RegSetValueExW  ; operation size not specified 
          mov    edi,eax
          mov    eax,[ebp+0Ch]
          cmp    eax,[ebp+08h]
          jz     L77C8CC75
          push    eax
          call    RegCloseKey
 L77C8CC75:
          mov    eax,edi
          pop    edi
          pop    esi
          pop    ebp
          retn    0018h
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 L77C8CC7D:
          mov    eax,[ebp+08h]
          mov    [ebp+0Ch],eax
          jmp    L77C8CC4C

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41 minutes ago, Dibya said:

i am getting getting some size not specified error on nasm 

 RegSetKeyValueW:
          mov    edi,edi
          push    ebp
          mov    ebp,esp
          mov    eax,[ebp+0Ch]
          push    esi
          push    edi
          xor    esi,esi
          xor    edi,edi
          cmp    eax,esi
          jz     L77C8CC7D
          cmp    [eax],si
          jz     L77C8CC7D
          push    esi
          lea    ecx,[ebp+0Ch]
          push    ecx
          push    esi
          push    00000002h
          push    esi
          push    esi
          push    esi
          push    eax
          push    [ebp+08h]
          call    RegCreateKeyW ; operation size not specified 
          mov    edi,eax
 L77C8CC4C:
          cmp    edi,esi
          jnz    L77C8CC75
          push    [ebp+1Ch]
          push    [ebp+18h] ; operation size not specified 
          push    [ebp+14h] ; operation size not specified 
          push    esi ; operation size not specified 
          push    [ebp+10h]
          push    [ebp+0Ch] ; operation size not specified 
          call    RegSetValueExW  ; operation size not specified 
          mov    edi,eax
          mov    eax,[ebp+0Ch]
          cmp    eax,[ebp+08h]
          jz     L77C8CC75
          push    eax
          call    RegCloseKey
 L77C8CC75:
          mov    eax,edi
          pop    edi
          pop    esi
          pop    ebp
          retn    0018h
;------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 L77C8CC7D:
          mov    eax,[ebp+08h]
          mov    [ebp+0Ch],eax
          jmp    L77C8CC4C

the pushs should have "dword" keyword

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3 hours ago, roytam1 said:

the pushs should have "dword" keyword

thanks i will test and let you know . its coding time . no more manual patching its time to opensoarce with custom patching engine .

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On Sunday, June 04, 2017 at 6:34 AM, Dibya said:

I am talking about user 98SE .

Any way I have barely know system architecture of nt4.0 but 9x is beyond my knowledge 

Obvious misunderstanding on jaclaz's part.  Thanks for the chuckles. :)

But neither of those two would be worth it anyhow though I did see XP kernel for 98SE.

XP 32-bit just needs Intel USB 3.0 xHCI and extra memory support.

Windows 7 64-bit just needs 2TB max memory and DX12 support and it will kill Windows 10.

Don't stress yourself Dibya.  XP doesn't need to run Windows 7 programs compatibility.  Also no need to make every browser work on it.  Firefox still works on XP and doesn't need Vista/W7 code.  Waste of time and might create XP software compatibility problems later doing too much.  It will be a nightmare trying to make it run W7 software on XP completely or always needing to patch each program to work and waste your energy.

XP is good for all older XP software, just add Intel xHCI USB 3.0 and maybe the extra memory patch is all you need.  I checked and I think XP can handle probably 262GB max. 192GB user memory / 70GB Ramdrive.  Maybe it can go higher somehow on Win2K3 Server kernel.

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This is probably a dumb question but the possibility of having USB 3.0 working on WinXP sounds great. I have older computers (IBM Thinkpads) that are USB 2.0. I do have a couple of newer flash drives that are listed as USB 3.0 but on my computers they work as USB 2.0.

So the question would be ... if ExtendedXP does have USB 3.0 working later on ... and I'm sure it will ... will these USB 3.0 flash drives work as USB 3.0 flash drives on my computer? 

I'm thinking the USB 3.0 will only be for WinXP on a newer computer with USB 3.0 ports ... but maybe I'm wrong.

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2 minutes ago, monroe said:

This is probably a dumb question but the possibility of having USB 3.0 working on WinXP sounds great. I have older computers (IBM Thinkpads) that are USB 2.0. I do have a couple of newer flash drives that are listed as USB 3.0 but on my computers they work as USB 2.0.

So the question would be ... if ExtendedXP does have USB 3.0 working later on ... and I'm sure it will ... will these USB 3.0 flash drives work as USB 3.0 flash drives on my computer? 

I'm thinking the USB 3.0 will only be for WinXP on a newer computer with USB 3.0 ports ... but maybe I'm wrong.

...

If your laptop is as old as I think it is you will need to put in a USB 3.0 PCMCIA card to get USB 3 speeds.

and they won't be an intel chip, probably Renesas or ASmedia or something

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