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        BWS-6 E-IV
      • Motherboard:
        Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3
      • CPU:
        Intel Core i5-6600 Skylake Pushed to 3.9GHz
      • Memory:
        2 X 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3000
      • Graphics:
        EVGA GeForce GTX 1050TI 04G-P4-6251-KR, 4GB GDDR5
      • Sound Card:
        Integrated
      • Disk Drives:
        Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD, 850 EVO 250GB SSD, Blu-ray R/W
      • Power Supply:
        EVGA Supernova 550W Gold
      • Case:
        Fractal Design Define R4 Mid Tower w/Window
      • Cooling:
        2 x 140mm case fans, OEM CPU Cooler
      • Display:
        2 x Samsung S24E650BW 24 inch WS
      • Operating System:
        Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit

    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Funny thing, my dad still uses Windows XP, and there are no crashes.
    If this computer connects to the Internet, it is not a funny thing as his machine is a threat to the rest of us! That's the big issue with XP. If it was only a threat to the user, that would be one thing. But compromised systems are often used to distribute spam or malware, or drafted into bot armies and used to conduct DDoS attacks on others - all without the user even being aware their system is infected.

    XP needs to go away - or at least not be networked.
    Bill (AFE7Ret)
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    MS MVP Windows and Devices for IT, 2007 - 2018

    Heat is the bane of all electronics!


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        Homemade Oldschool
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        Abit IP35 Dark Rider w/771 + 775 MOD
      • CPU:
        Intel Xeon Processor E5430 rev. E0
      • Memory:
        [DC 4 DIMM] 2GB DDR2 GE22GB800C4DC, 4GB DDR2 F2-7200CL4D-4GBPI-B
      • Graphics:
        GIGABYTE X1950PRO 256 MB / 256bit - GV-RX195P256D-RH
      • Sound Card:
        Integrated
      • Hard Drives:
        SAMSUNG HD502HJ (SATA)
      • Disk Drives:
        PLEXTOR PX-128M6S (SSD)
      • Power Supply:
        XFX PRO 450W XPS-450W-SEW
      • Case:
        Sharkoon Vaya Value
      • Cooling:
        1x 120mm (Gelid Wing 12)+1x120mm LED front fan case , Thermalright Ultima-90I w/cooler Arctic F9 out
      • Display:
        EIZO FlexScan S1931
      • Operating System:
        Windows 7 x64 Professional

    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Why they think it is safe? How to get new Windows XP updates for free until 2019 with a Registry hack | Expert Reviews

    Sure, you are right XP is not safe in 2017.

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      • Manufacturer:
        BrightWorks Systems
      • Model Number:
        BWS-6 E-IV
      • Motherboard:
        Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3
      • CPU:
        Intel Core i5-6600 Skylake Pushed to 3.9GHz
      • Memory:
        2 X 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3000
      • Graphics:
        EVGA GeForce GTX 1050TI 04G-P4-6251-KR, 4GB GDDR5
      • Sound Card:
        Integrated
      • Disk Drives:
        Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SSD, 850 EVO 250GB SSD, Blu-ray R/W
      • Power Supply:
        EVGA Supernova 550W Gold
      • Case:
        Fractal Design Define R4 Mid Tower w/Window
      • Cooling:
        2 x 140mm case fans, OEM CPU Cooler
      • Display:
        2 x Samsung S24E650BW 24 inch WS
      • Operating System:
        Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit

    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Why they think it is safe?
    They don't.

    That link does not anything. The embedded version (or PoS) version of XP is not the same as the traditional versions. As that article clearly states, updates intended for the embedded version may not work on the other versions. And because the versions are different, there likely are vulnerabilities in the regular versions not in the embedded version, thus they will not be patched.
    Bill (AFE7Ret)
    Freedom is NOT Free!
    MS MVP Windows and Devices for IT, 2007 - 2018

    Heat is the bane of all electronics!

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        Abit IP35 Dark Rider w/771 + 775 MOD
      • CPU:
        Intel Xeon Processor E5430 rev. E0
      • Memory:
        [DC 4 DIMM] 2GB DDR2 GE22GB800C4DC, 4GB DDR2 F2-7200CL4D-4GBPI-B
      • Graphics:
        GIGABYTE X1950PRO 256 MB / 256bit - GV-RX195P256D-RH
      • Sound Card:
        Integrated
      • Hard Drives:
        SAMSUNG HD502HJ (SATA)
      • Disk Drives:
        PLEXTOR PX-128M6S (SSD)
      • Power Supply:
        XFX PRO 450W XPS-450W-SEW
      • Case:
        Sharkoon Vaya Value
      • Cooling:
        1x 120mm (Gelid Wing 12)+1x120mm LED front fan case , Thermalright Ultima-90I w/cooler Arctic F9 out
      • Display:
        EIZO FlexScan S1931
      • Operating System:
        Windows 7 x64 Professional

    Re: [W7SP1Pro x64] are permissions blocking some services? Or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    You can NOT conclusively test a PSU unless you are a qualified technician using an oscilloscope with the PSU under a full range of expected loads, or you test it with a dedicated power supply analyzer. Are you a qualified technician? Do you have one of these sophisticated and expensive pieces of test equipment? And are you qualified to interpret the results?

    I can not find such person within my area. I posted an ad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Digerati View Post
    Beg, borrow, or steal from a trusting friend or relative. Or some shops will test PSUs for a nominal charge. You can keep troubleshooting but I sure would not spend money on anything else until I verified power was good.
    I will borrow another speedy HDD to install a fresh copy of Windows and then:
    - stress CPU
    - overclock
    - try different BIOS settings.

    I will do my best to find such person/shop with oscilloscope.
    Testing computer on a fresh copy of Windows seem to be good choice. If it fails, it is time to backup all data,

    Of course still need of assistance, actual OS on SSD disc still is not working perfectly. But I am glad that it runs well. Thank you :)

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