XP Mode works with no CPU Virtualization support Hotfix

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  1. alicans

    alicans MDL Member

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  2. Svend Rugaard

    Svend Rugaard MDL Novice

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    Why just not link to microsoft own kb site about it .. because i dont think microsoft say that you need to have v support before you can install the xp mode .. or else they would probaly link to it at windows virtual pc support site .. whats the KB on this .. it is showed on the original file .. i havent downloaded this because i dont need some fix because of my motherboard have v-assist in it .. but i still would have the kb nummber so i can install it on my netbook
     
  3. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    Interesting...
    No mention what it actually does...
    And no info on the Net about it Windows6.1-KB977206-x64.msu & Windows6.1-KB977206-x86.msu

    Also one can not install XP Mode on a processor with no Virtualization, so how to apply the patch?

    sebus
     
  4. Svend Rugaard

    Svend Rugaard MDL Novice

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    Actually you can install XP-Mode even you dont have a Processor with no Virtualization you can use VMlite and actually this works also in Windows Vista it works same way as the Virtual PC for wIN 7 :) But yes i also wonder how its possible when microsoft dont even mention it. :)
     
  5. night.fox

    night.fox MDL Member

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    Windows XP mode is so slow.... much better the VMlite. and then you can use same xp from microsoft.
     
  6. sam3971

    sam3971 MDL Guru

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    I would be careful if I were you if you are interested in these hotfixes. Because Microsoft does not have any info about these patches it appears to be garbage, maybe an unofficial update or something made by a third party. I would just do what night.fox said use vmlite or virtual box or anything like that to achieve the same thing as XP Mode.
     
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  7. Kikoo

    Kikoo MDL Junior Member

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    Well, if it is signed by Microsoft then it is probably OK.

    Surely, not all Microsoft employees have access to the private keys, 'delay signing' is the magic word!
     
  8. blackranger

    blackranger MDL Senior Member

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    Thanks for sharing,
    Have a nice day!
     
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  9. alicans

    alicans MDL Member

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    yes, because this hotfix is leaked ;)
     
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  10. user421

    user421 MDL Novice

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    work perfect, thanks
     
  11. confuse

    confuse MDL Novice

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    does this really work???have anyone use this update and can use windows xp mode without cpu virtualization??
     
  12. clausi

    clausi MDL Novice

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    good morning...i have it tested on my notebook...with intel cpu without vt....and it works 100%...thanks for this patch..alle the time i work with virtualbox..now i can work with virtual pc...i hope microsoft support this patch for all people soon..lg claus
     
  13. Lich King

    Lich King MDL Addicted

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    Did tried.. very slow on my system...
     
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  14. clausi

    clausi MDL Novice

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    that is normal freeman virtual pc ist slow and virtualbox ist fast,give more ram to virtual pc..lg claus