How to make Windows xp use 64GB RAM

Run box:sysdm.cpl
Download:http://www.mediafire.com/download/i7nhh6hj8af63ui/Gamersky-WindowsXP_64G_RAM.7z
Boot.ini: multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional 64GB" /kernel=ntkl64g.exe /hal=hal64g.dll /fastdetect /PAE /noexecute=optin
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SpookySkeleton (1 year ago)
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I just found out that using this makes it impossible to format flash drives, so you should keep the option for regular xp and the 64GB patch on boot, no other problems known.
SpookySkeleton (4 months ago)
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@SpookySkeleton Heres a fix: https://www.mediafire.com/file/141w9xoc4b50o71/64gb_driver_fix.rar/file
replace the files with these ones in C:/windows/system32/drivers and C:/windows/system32/dllcache (If you don't replace in dllcache windows will automatically replace the drivers with the default ones.) Also, this may cause sleep mode and hibernation to not work.
icanttellyou (1 year ago)
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is this 64bit?
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icanttellyou (1 year ago)
icanttellyou
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or it loads the 64bit kernel
SpookySkeleton (1 year ago)
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I haven't had any issues with BSOD's, it works fine for me.
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Date: Apr 06, 2018 Views: 122 Ratings: 2
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