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0x 000000005D - please show me the magic!

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    Posts : 4
    windows 7

    0x 000000005D - please show me the magic!


    I have bought windows 8 PRO on DVD
    when the computer restarts i get 0x 000000005D error.

    0x 030F0209
    0x 756E6547
    0x 49656e69
    0x 6c65746E

    HAHA!

    I really like some challenges and this is what i found:

    I guess i not have my processor pentium 4 2.8GHZ support? (but the box tells me 1 GHZ is the minimum)
    sprindale-G
    I have a pentium 4 with 1 GB ram MMX, SSE 1,2 - I have this...CPU ID tell me this...
    sprindale-G
    socket 478 mPGA

    readeon x1650 - 512 MB - with WDDM support
    my motherboard is soltek SL-865PE2 - L
    but i can not find any good driver out there
    SL-865PE2 - L
    My bios has not the option for enable NX - XD for intel

    and... I have no hardware DEP support

    But i know there has 2be a way to go around this, right?

    Please show me the magic

    update: I have no execute disable bit on my Pentim 4 so - i guess this will be the dead and for me :-)
    Last edited by coldfusion; 28 Oct 2012 at 09:23.

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    Check this thread - someone says they can do it.

    Terminal Install Mania

    Regards
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  3. #3


    Posts : 4
    windows 7


    update: I have no execute disable bit on my Pentim 4 so -

    ARK | Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 2.80 GHz, 512K Cache, 533 MHz FSB

    i guess this will be the dead and for me??? :-)
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  4. #4


    Posts : 4
    windows 7


    Is it worth it to intall windows 8 on my computer witout NX bit (see Terminal Install Mania )?

    So i can run setup from the sources folder....??? and then I pass the NX bit??

    I'm just a simple home user after all... and can work without the NX bit?
    Or i guess this will be it ....I go back 2 win7 and stay there untill i have money to buy a new PC

    Do i really need the Nx security or sould I try It?
    From wiki

    The NX bit, which stands for Never eXecute, is a technology used in CPUs to segregate areas of memory for use by either storage of processor instructions (or code) or for storage of data, a feature normally only found in Harvard architecture processors. However, the NX bit is being increasingly used in conventional von Neumann architecture processors, for security reasons.
    An operating system with support for the NX bit may mark certain areas of memory as non-executable. The processor will then refuse to execute any code residing in these areas of memory. The general technique, known as executable space protection, is used to prevent certain types of malicious software from taking over computers by inserting their code into another program's data storage area and running their own code from within this section; this is known as a buffer overflow attack.
    Intel markets the feature as the XD bit, for eXecute Disable. AMD uses the name Enhanced Virus Protection. The ARM architecture refers to the feature as XN for eXecute Never; it was introduced in ARM v6.[1]
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    Posts : 39
    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1


    Hi. I'm a Magician and you won't be able to pull Rocky out of Bullwinkle's hat unless you either 1) get a new Pentium 4 for your Win 8 Pro or 2) download the trial of Windows 8 Consumer Preview build 8250 from a Torrent. Your new version of Win8 Pro sees your P4 CPU as totally incompatible. Funny that Microsoft didn't clue you into this reality before you went and bought it. You CAN use the version I described in #2 if you run the setup.exe that's in the Sources folder rather than the main setup.exe at the root of the OS. This trick bypasses Error Checking and you'll get on the board to see if you like Win8. If you're interested, reply and I'll check back in an hour or two and square you up. Until then, have a Goodday.
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    Posts : 39
    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1


    Interesting. My Pentium 4 is almost identical to yours except for the fact that its speed is 2.4 Ghz. When I ran Win8 Pro RTM on my
    Dell OptiPlex GX260 from 2003, it froze at the first restart screen with that typical grayish-black screen. Just like your research confirms, if you don't have NX compatibility, you're shit outta luck with the RTM version you've got and, as far as I know, there is NO workaround unless you update that chip. However, the Consumer Preview build 8250 from earlier this year will pony up and run with some determination. I'm on it rite now and it's very different from Win7 . Save your time researching this one - I'm the book on this one. I literally succeeded in interfacing Win8 CP on a Dell from 2003. You can succeed also but you'll need me as a coach. It'll be fun. It was a bitch for awhile but I got past it with patience. So can you.
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    Posts : 39
    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1


    Wow!! One day later, no comments or opinions, and, somehow, I'm not surprised. Even the Moderators here are scratching their heads and wondering about this one. Most of them don't believe it can be done with the kind of equipment you've got. They're in disbelief. Just as well - I'm not Spoonfeeding anybody and that's for real !
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    Can you clarify for us EXACTLY which Win 8 version you have got running without NX?
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  9. #9


    Posts : 39
    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1


    This guy's running Win8 Pro RTM and, with what he's got, it will just barely get to the first restart screen. He hasn't learned yet that
    the furthest he'll be able to get with his Pentium 4 is Win8 CP build 8250. Been there, done that.
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    Haven't we all!
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