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    Member mista ting's Avatar
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    Arrow How do i turn off DEP?

    How do i turn off DEP (Data Execution Prevention) in XP Pro SP2? its conflicting with so many of my programs and its getting annoying

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    Good question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr3@k3r
    thx but it was still active i found this one that completely removes it now i don't get that warning explorer.exe blah blah error every time i access media player

    http://www.housing.hawaii.edu/resour...urnoff-dep.htm

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    np i have no life LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by mista ting
    thx but it was still on i found this one that completely removes it now i don't get that warning explorer.exe blah blah error every time i access media player

    http://www.housing.hawaii.edu/resour...urnoff-dep.htm
    thats fully off.. i wouldnt recommend it being fully off. but thats the users oppinion.
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    Member mista ting's Avatar
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    oh wow i can actually launch cs 1.6 and tfc now that its off before it just automatically exit any time i click on it, i thought it was just steam

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    If I turn off DEP, everything goes bonkers and crashes to death. Steam specificly, Source majorly.

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