|Windows XP Pro X64
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|Author:||squidward_ [ Mon Jun 16, 2008 3:57 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Windows XP Pro X64|
Sorry about my previous post for asking for a VMware product key. I was just wondering, is Windows XP Pro x64 with the latest service pack slipstreamed on Betaarchive's FTP server, or do I need to get it elsewhere?
Also, I wanted to ask these questions:
1. Can I safely dual-boot Windows XP X64 with my regular 32-bit Windows Vista Ultimate edition?
2. Will Vista Boot-Pro work with XP X64?
3. Will I be able to get the appropriate drivers for everything? My computer is a laptop which is an HP G6000 series model that has an AMD Athlon x64 CPU, NVIDIA Geforce Go 4 chipset with integrated Geforce 6100 graphics, Synaptics Touchpad, Connexant HD Audio, and Broadcom wireless b/g.
4. Has anyone developed activation patches, etc: patched winlogon.exe for XP X64?
|Author:||Andy [ Mon Jun 16, 2008 4:03 pm ]|
We do not hold many RTM products and those that we do are now unsupported software, but are provided without a key. Windows XP Pro X64 is however still supported software and therefore it is not on the servers.
|Author:||Rob Jansen [ Mon Jun 16, 2008 4:06 pm ]|
First things first.
Any request from Windows 2000 (until 2009) up to vista and higher are warez because they are still supported (some in longterm support now).
1) I dont know, try this in a VM first, but remember install XP before Vista
2) No, like the name says, VISTA boot pro, thats because Vista using a new bootloader and with vista boot-pro you can edit it and XP x64 is still using the boot.ini (correct me if i am wrong)
3) Search the drivers for all of it and then look at the system requirements (some can post here details because they use it).
4) Warez, but look at dark-site of the internet sites and torrents.
I hope i have answered all questions.
If someone spots something wrong, please post the correct answer.
|Author:||squidward_ [ Mon Jun 16, 2008 4:18 pm ]|
No you are right, so this topic can be locked now, please.
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