xp 64bit and Service pack

Discussion in 'Windows 64 Bit' started by vassilis, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. vassilis

    vassilis Guest

    hello there ...i was just wondering if the sp2 from the 32bit distribution
    works with the winxp64bit the same way ornot....thanks
     
    vassilis, Oct 28, 2005
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    John Barnes Guest

    No the 32bit sp2 doesn't work in x64, but it is included in the rtm version
    of x64
     
    John Barnes, Oct 28, 2005
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  3. No, the SP2 technologies from XP x86 SP2 is included with XP Professional
    x64. Windows XP Professional x64 is based on the Windows Server 2003 SP1
    code base, which also includes the SP2 security technologies. When Server
    2003 gets updated with a future service pack, so will XP Pro x64.
     
    Andre Da Costa [Extended64], Oct 28, 2005
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    vassilis Guest

    thank u all...u were very helpfull...but im a little confused about the intel
    chipsets...i mean from what chipset and up, win 64bit r compatible? etc915,
    945, 955 ?
    thanks again!!!
     
    vassilis, Oct 28, 2005
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    NoNoBadDog! Guest

    It's not the chipset, it is the processor.

    Several versions of the P4 have the EM64T extensions encoded, and can "run"
    the 64 bit version of Windows XP Professional. If your proc has EM64T, it
    will "run" it. Be aware that those chips that are EM64T enabled are still
    P4 chips; they will not run the OS in the same manner as will the AMD
    Athlon64 family of processes, which are designed from the ground up as a 64
    bit processor.

    Bobby
     
    NoNoBadDog!, Oct 28, 2005
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  6. Adding, of course, the Pentium D family as well.
     
    Colin Barnhorst, Oct 29, 2005
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  7. Your best source (albeit hard to find!) for which Intel processors support
    which features is the Intel site. If you poke around for a while, you'll
    eventually find the page that has a chart of which features are on which
    chip. Intel doesn't make it easy. However, note that it isn't which
    _chipset_, but which processor you have.
     
    Charlie Russel - MVP, Oct 30, 2005
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