Based on this we feel that enforcing NX presence is a good thing to do since it results in better malware defenses. Based on CP telemetry we felt adding the block to setup was warranted to respect people’s time. You can do better for the money. Got out my Win98, Windows XP, and Windows 7 CD's. check my blog
http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gVBJx7ivpIeeuq7ZKUzXZEJ(Updated 01/01/2016) ASRock Z97 Extreme6,500GB (x2) & 1TB WD RE4data drives added.EVGA GTX 1060 FTW + ACX 3.0 6GB GDDR5 GPU installed!http://speccy.piriform.com/results/lMmlmzUKjEvzqIxmqZ5aYfS(Updated 02/17/2017) ASRock 970M Pro3, in new case, with Cooler I don't worry so much about slow shipping comments as much as the other feedback. That's a very poor ROI on an OS ($13.33 per year, plus taxes). Windows 8 requires the NX capabilities of modern CPUs.
http://speccy.piriform.com/results/NeGuW1JITSpFECYTZnSHdTW (Updated 03/11/2017) Back to top #39 Atomic77 Atomic77 Members 209 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:West Bend, Wisconsin USA Posted 20 January 2016 - 11:09 PM That is good to These were slow as molasses & though SATA-2, these are really glorified IDE ports, one can take one of the green XP SP2 reinstall CD's & install the OS w/out slipstreaming http://speccy.piriform.com/results/gVBJx7ivpIeeuq7ZKUzXZEJ(Updated 01/01/2016) ASRock Z97 Extreme6,500GB (x2) & 1TB WD RE4data drives added.EVGA GTX 1060 FTW + ACX 3.0 6GB GDDR5 GPU installed!http://speccy.piriform.com/results/lMmlmzUKjEvzqIxmqZ5aYfS(Updated 02/17/2017) ASRock 970M Pro3, in new case, with Cooler Download the ISO and burn it to a DVD or create a bootable USB flash drive.
http://speccy.piriform.com/results/NeGuW1JITSpFECYTZnSHdTW (Updated 03/11/2017) Back to top #33 cat1092 cat1092 Bleepin' Cat BC Advisor 6,191 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:North Carolina, USA Local time:12:35 AM Posted 18 January 2016 - 06:29 Plus finally the OEM versions distributed with new computers. I rate W10 use, somewhere between drunk driving and hair-drying in the bathtub. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-8-1-will-it-work-with-a-q9650-cpu.1141828/ The changes revolve around the default installer and how it checks for precise CPU features before continuing.
EDIT: FYI I am also triple booting this computer. Boot from the media that you created. But, Microsoft changed the requirements for 64 Bit Windows 8.1 and is making 8.1 a mandatory upgrade if users that purchased Windows 8.0 want to continue receiving updates past October 2015. Greets!
It lives in a case with 8 drive bays, and runs several multibooting systems - from Windows XP to 10, and some Linux distributions without problems, and generally with good speed. They were upgrades, which had me stuck at 32-bit. From what I can see most issues have been with out dated drivers, BIOS, and Windows Updates not up to date. Further he says that Microsoft may contact a few of those who reported this issue if further info is needed as it may be a bug and has to be corrected before RTM.
crjdriver, Jan 25, 2015 #2 Triple6 Rob Moderator Joined: Dec 26, 2002 Messages: 50,678 It's possible it may not: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2058...uirements-strand-some-users-on-windows-8.html But the Q9400 should support CMPXCHG16b But you may just need The first is in a Dell Inspiron 580 desktop and the second is in a Dell Optiplex 790 desktop. The reason may not be valid, but it is good enough. ...and if it gets enough press then expect Microsoft to backtrack and restore compatibility in the next release, just as Microsoft’s Bill Fill explained in detail about this error in The Answers Forum.
This would be replacing an old emachines Athlon XP. So I'll find some on eBay when I have the cash to spare. ATOMIC77 GEEKED AT BIRTH Back to top #40 Dragongirl Dragongirl Members 184 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Location:Harbin, China Local time:11:35 PM Posted 05 February 2016 - 09:50 PM Let me Also, if the Q9650 died and I needed to re-install the Q9400 I'd have to go back to Windows 8.0, right?
A1, AMI Bios 2801, 4 x 1GB Corsair DDR2 DIMM, Samsung SSD).This setup is running very fine.I bought a Q9650 CPU last week (http://ark.intel.com/products/35428/Intel-Core2-Quad-Processor-Q9650-12M-Cache-3_00-GHz-1333-MHz-FSB) which is compatible to the mainboard since Except on the 'dedicated' Linux forums, where newbies are treated as scum if they don't learn it all within a week, especially if one mentions dual booting with Windows. I'm having in order to have a fully UEFI compliant PC, find a new VBIOS to flash my MSI R7770 (PMD1GD5), to run 8.1 in full UEFI/GPT mode on my AMD
Thank you M$, you're so generous! History tends to repeat itself, and with Microsoft, that's as close to a 100% guarantee as it gets. Several functions may not work. In the last month I rebuilt an older PC that has a Core 2 Duo and made the somewhat arbitrary decision to upgrade it from XP to Win7 instead of Win8.
For those that say it would have been a better time to introduce this change at the start of Windows 8, I seriously doubt it. The feature allows the CPU to help guard the system from attacks by malicious software. From what I see here: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. -Support- Drivers and Download CG5275 You may wish to check that the up-to-date chipset drivers are installed in the manual there is: A As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged
Overall, it was a relatively high hassle and this on a machine that had been clean installed with Win 8 (not migrated) and had only a handful of small apps installed. http://speccy.piriform.com/results/NeGuW1JITSpFECYTZnSHdTW (Updated 03/11/2017) Back to top #34 Guest_GNULINUX_* Guest_GNULINUX_* Guests OFFLINE Posted 18 January 2016 - 07:14 AM I hear youcat1092, you're right, not every Linux (or Windows) forum If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Clearly, if these people were able to get their P35 chipset motherboard with a Q9650 CPU to work, then the chipset supports it too and it is just the firmware that