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Author: Ramsey
File Size: 732 MB (Megabyte)
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[---------- SHORT SUMMARY ----------]

Includes ALL the latest Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Updates/Hotfixes until 22.5(May).2019 and will also automatically receive new Windows XP (POSReady 2009) Updates until at least April 2019 and no Windows XP Activation or Cr4ck or CD-K3y is required.
Also included are over 330 MB of additional LAN, WLAN, SATA/AHCI, NVMe and USB3 drivers. Including with some Themes, Runtimes, Patches, Fixes, Tweaks and some optional Programs and Pre-Configured Settings.
A Help file is also included in the ISO/Disc folder ".\OEM\WinXPPx86IE" with lots of useful information, such as on how to install Windows XP with an USB Flash Drive and on how to integrate your own SATA/AHCI drivers and much more.

[---------- CHANGELOG ----------]

(#) 2021.3.20 Changes:

* Added Windows Movie Maker 2.1.4028.0 Plus - Setup v1.3 (Standalone Installer).
* Added Driver Pack WLAN (Wireless Ethernet) v15.01.23.1 (Standalone Installer).
* Updated Windows XP Root Certificates Update (KB931125) from "January 2021 v41.0.2195.2101" to "February 2021 v41.0.2195.2102".
* Updated Microsoft Visual C++ 2015-2019 Redistributable from "v14.28.29812.0" to "v14.29.29917.0".
* Updated Basilisk/UXP from "v2021.2.12" to "v2021.3.19".
* Updated XP Codec Pack from "v1.1" to "v2.1" (Replaced MPC-HC with MPC-BE and added ffdshow).
* Updated Optional Patch Integrator script from "v2.4.2" to "v2.4.3".


Detailed Description:

[---------- INCLUDES ----------]

(#) Windows XP Updates:

* Windows XP Service Pack 3 (KB936929).
* Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Updates/Hotfixes until 22.5(May).2019.
* Windows Genuine Advantage Validation v1.9.42.0 (KB905474) {Cr4cked}.
* Windows Internet Explorer v8 (Roll Back to 6 possible).
* Windows Media Player v11 (Roll Back to 9 possible).
* Windows Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 (KB969084, KB2813347-v2, KB2870165-v3).
* Windows Remote Management (WinRM) 2.0.
* Windows Rights Management Client (KB979099).
* Windows Driver Frameworks 1.9 - User Mode (KB970158) and Kernel Mode (KB970159).
* Windows Feature Pack for Storage v1.0 (KB952013) - Image Mastering API v2.0 (KB932716-v2, KB952011).
* Windows Feature Pack for Storage v1.0 (KB952013) - ICCD Smart Card Driver.
* Windows Installer v4.5.6002.24298 (KB942288, KB4087398).
* Windows XP exFAT file system driver update package v1.0 (KB955704).
* Windows XP Root Certificates Update [February 2021 v41.0.2195.2102] (KB931125).
* Windows XP Revoked Roots Certificates Update [December 2020 v8.0.2195.2012] (SA3123040).
* Windows XP CAPICOM v2.1.0.2 (KB931906).
* Microsoft European Union Expansion Font Update v1.2.
* Microsoft WinUSB 2.0 (KB971286).
* Microsoft XML Paper Specification Essentials Pack v1.2.
* Microsoft XML Core Services v4.0 SP3 4.30.2117.0 (KB2758694).
* Microsoft Web Folders v12.0.6612.1000 (KB907306, KB2526086/Rosebub).
* Microsoft Windows Browser Choice (KB976002-v5).
* Windows Update v7.6.7600.256.
* Windows Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257.
* Microsoft Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257.
* Microsoft Update Catalog Web Control v7.4.7057.249 (build time-stamp 130620-1021).

(#) Windows XP Runtime Libraries:

* Microsoft DirectX 9.0c End-User Runtimes v9.29.1974 (June 2010).
* Microsoft .NET Framework [Up-to-Date/12.2(February).2019]: 1.1 SP1, 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2, 3.5 SP1, 4.0 Full - {Optional}.
* Microsoft Visual C++: 2002 (v7.0.9975.0), 2003 (v7.10.6119.0), 2005 SP1 (v8.0.50727.6229), 2008 SP1 (v9.0.30729.7523), 2010 SP1 (v10.40219.473), 2012 Update 5 (v11.0.61135.400), 2013 Update 5 (v12.0.40664.0), 2015-2019 (v14.29.29917.0).
* Microsoft Visual Basic: v1.00, v2.0.9.8, v3.0.5.38, v4.0.29.24, v5.2.82.44, v6.1.98.39 (SP6 Update KB2911777, KB2992332).

(#) Windows XP Applications:

* Microsoft Calculator Plus v1.0.0.908 {Replaces the default Calculator}.
* Microsoft BitLocker To Go Reader v1.0 (KB970401).
* Windows XP Powertoy - ClearType Tuner v1.01 - {Optional}.
* Windows XP Powertoy - Alt-Tab Replacement v1.0 - {Optional}.
* Windows XP User Profile Hive Cleanup Service v2.0.49 Beta - {Optional}.
* Windows XP GDI+ Detection Tool v1 (KB873374).
* Windows XP QFEcheck v6.2.29.0 (KB282784).

(#) Additional Applications:

* 7-Zip v19.00 - {Optional}.
* Basilisk/UXP v2021.3.19 (Mozilla Firefox fork for Windows XP) - {Optional}.
* XP Codec Pack v2.1 (Includes: MPC-BE, LAV, ffdshow, madVR, xy-VSFilter, XySubFilter, Icaros) - {Optional}.
* Unlocker v1.9.2 - {Optional}.
* ImDisk Toolkit v2021.1.25 - {Optional}.
* HashCheck v2.4.1.58-alpha - {Optional}.
* Open Command Prompt Shell Extension v2.1.0 - {Optional}.
* Take Ownership XP v1.2 (Allows you to take ownership of a file or folder from the Right-click menu) - {Optional}.
* Toshiba UDF2.5 Reader Driver v1.0.0.3 (Allows you to browse HD-DVD and Blu-ray discs in Windows Explorer) - {Optional}.
* Paragon GPT Loader v10.5.0.95 + v8.0.1.2 (Adds support for 2.2TB+ drives) - {Optional}.
* Windows Movie Maker 2.1.4028.0 Plus - Setup v1.3 (Standalone Installer) - {Optional}.

(#) Windows XP Patches/Fixes:

* Extended Update Support Patch v1.0: Extends the Windows XP update support from "April 2014" till at least "April 2019" (POSReady 2009 Updates).
* ACPI Patch v5.1.2600.6666 (2019.10.20#2): Adds support for mainboards that are newer than 2016 - {Optional / Not integrated by default}.
* PAE Patch v3.5: Allows you to set the RAM limit from 3.5 Gigabyte to 4 Gigabyte or to 128 Gigabyte and also includes the HAL patches for ACPI Timer fix and proper memory management from Server 2003 - {Optional / Not integrated by default}.
* TCP/IP Patch v1.0: Allows you to have 16777215 (Maximum) Half-Open TCP Connections instead of 10 [tcpip.sys].
* UxTheme Patch v1.0: Allows you to use un-signed Custom Visual Styles (Windows XP Themes) [uxtheme.dll].
* TermSrv Patch v1.0: Allows you to have multiple concurrent remote desktop connections [termsrv.dll].
* SFC Patch v1.0: Allows you to disable and enable the Windows File Protection with the registry entry "SfcDisable" [sfc_os.dll].
* FlpyDisk Patch v5515: Allows Non-standard Floppy Formats [flpydisk.sys].
* SndRec32 Patch v2.0: Fixes a Sound Recorder error message on computers that have more than 2GB of RAM and Increases the Recording Time Limit from 60 Seconds to 999 Seconds [sndrec32.exe].
* Shell32 Patch v1.0: Fixes the missing Icons in the notification area [shell32.dll].
* WOW32 Patch v1.0: Fixes the Win 16 Subsystem insufficient resources problem [wow32.dll].
* NTDETECT Patch v1.1: Resolves a problem with some buggy BIOS'es, when installing Windows XP with an USB Flash Drive [NTDETECT.COM].
* RAID-5 Patch v1.0: Enables Software RAID-5 Support [dmadmin.exe, dmboot.sys, dmconfig.dll].
* SERVICES Patch v1.0: Includes more assigned port numbers for well-known services defined by IANA [services].
* MNF4SBF v3.1: Fixes a Microsoft .NET Framework 4 bug that causes a slow Windows XP boot up (File placed in the Startup menu).
* Fixed missing ClipBook Viewer shortcut in the Start Menu (accessor.inf).
* Fixed missing dll registry entries for the Microsoft Jet and OLE files (KB4034775 Update Bug).

(#) Windows XP Tweaks:

* Pre-Configured Windows XP Settings - {Optional}.
* Pre-Configured Program Settings - {Optional}.
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications v1.9.40.0 (KB905474).
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows XP End Of Service Notifications (KB2934207).
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool v5.39.12900.0 (KB890830).

(#) Extras:

* Optional Patch Integrator script v2.4.3 (For all the optional patches that are not integrated by default).
* Windows XP SP3 (POSReady 2009) SSE2 Updates Remover v1.1 (For the CPUs that don't support the SSE2 instruction set).
* Compatible Updates/Hotfixes and RTM files from Office 2000, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003 (Adds GPT support), Windows POSReady 2009, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (More details in the ReadMe file).
* Microsoft SATA/AHCI driver v2.0 (Backported Windows 8 driver) - {Optional / Not integrated by default}.
* Microsoft NVMe driver v2.0 (Backported Windows 7 driver) - {Optional / Not integrated by default}.
* Samsung NVMe driver v1.2 (Backported Windows 7 driver) - {Optional / Not integrated by default}.
* Microsoft USB 3.0 xHCI driver v2.2 (Backported Windows 8 driver) - {Optional / Not integrated by default}.
* AMD/Intel USB 3.0 xHCI driver v3 (Patched Windows 7 AMD driver) - {Optional / Not integrated by default}.
* DriverPacks BASE v11.09.01.2f with Driver Pack Mass Storage v18.04.21 (SATA/AHCI) - Compressed = 10 MB / Uncompressed = 62 MB - {Removable}.
* Separate Driver Packs: LAN (Cable Ethernet) v18.04.21 - Compressed = 12 MB / Uncompressed = 81 MB - {Optional}.
* Additional Drive Packs (Standalone Installer): WLAN (Wireless Ethernet) v15.01.23.1 - Uncompressed = 188 MB - {Optional}.
* 9 Additional Windows XP Themes - {Optional}: "Windows XP Embedded", "Black Mesa v2.0", "ChaNinja Style RC5 v1.0", "Disney - It's a Magical World v2.0", "NeoGeniX LS v1.0", "Luna Element Black v5.1 + CSS", "Royale Remixed v1.47", "Windows 7 Colors v1.1", "Zune Final v1.0".
* Windows File Protection Utility v1.6 (In "Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools").
* Windows XP CD-K3y Changer v1.2 (In ISO/Disc folder ".\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Windows NT Registration Changer v1.0 (In ISO/Disc folder ".\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Text file with some valid WGA CD-K3ys (In ISO/Disc folder ".\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Help file with lots of useful information (In ISO/Disc folder ".\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* All Patched and Modified files are all digitally signed with a custom certificate.

[---------- REMOVED ----------]

(#) Windows XP Components:

* Nothing was removed that could cause System or Software problems, only outdated and unneeded components were removed.
1. Applications: "Address Book", "Internet Games", "Program Manager".
2. Multimedia: "Images and Backgrounds", "Movie Maker", "Music Samples".
3. Network: "MSN Explorer", "Netmeeting", "Outlook Express", "Windows Messenger".
4. Operating System Options: "Blaster and Nachi removal tool", "Desktop Cleanup Wizard", "Out of Box Experience (OOBE)", "Tour".
5. 3rd-party Drivers: "Display Adapters", "ISDN", "Logitech WingMan", "Scanners", "Sony Jog Dial", "Toshiba DVD decoder card".
6. Disc Files: "clock.avi", "flash.ocx", "mmc.chm", "plugin.ocx", "rdsktpw.chm", "swflash.inf", "swtchbrd.bmp", "yahoo.bmp".
7. Disc Folders: "DOTNETFX", "SUPPORT", "VALUEADD", "I386\WIN9XMIG", "I386\WIN9XUPG".

(#) Bugged Updates/Files that have not been added (Manual installers in ISO/Disc folder ".\OEM\Bugged Updates"):

1. "KB2926765" (shlwapi.dll) / This Update was not added due to a Microsoft bug with the changing of the Internet and E-mail item on the Start menu.

[---------- INFORMATION ----------] + [---------- HELP GUIDES ----------]
http://www.zone54.com/ddl/WXPPx86IE_-_ReadMe.txt

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    TheRedZone · 2 years ago
    I switched back to my 1280x1024 monitor. Much better for XP.
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    Nicolae · 2 years ago
    Hi ! I need the link to download this windows .
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    FVP · 2 years ago
    i have 2013 edition but now 2018 XP Edition I HAVE THE POWER!!!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHA
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    TheRedZone · 2 years ago
    Just finished installing on a spare desktop. SWEET!

    Anyway, my other XP is setup for offline only, and I run Linux for connecting to the web, so I just need some feedback from other people here about which antivirus software to use. In other words, what are you using?

    Thanks.
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      Feathers · 2 years ago
      @TheRedZone I used AVG Free Antivirus 2016 v16 installed from the offline installer which is the last version without ZEN which totally ruined later versions. It's available on the net but you have to install Private Firewall first and block avgui.exe or it will nag you to death.

      So far so good.
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      Ramsey · 2 years ago
      @TheRedZone AVG and Panda are the only big Antivirus company that still support Windows XP.
      I choose Panda Dome (WinXP-IE Screenshoot) because it has the same detection rate as AVG but it uses less computer recourses.
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      Dave · 2 years ago
      @Ramsey Avast now own AVG after buying their company. Avast also annoys you with adverts. Also in the free version the licence is reduced from 1 year to 60 or 90 days depending which offline installer version you use and after that time, it nags you buy it or purchase other addons You can't even upgrade to the latest free version. Only solution is to uninstall and download newnew or latest offline installer again.
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      TheRedZone · 2 years ago
      @TheRedZone Thanks everybody. This info helps alot. :)
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      TheRedZone · 2 years ago
      @Dave Avast has always been annoying. (devil) After they started getting popular years ago, the nag screens and pop-ups were almost daily.
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      datauser · 2 years ago
      @TheRedZone Avast also when it scans an installer or new file, quarantines it even if harmless or just plain crashes XP!

      I'm Dave by the way, those comments are mine. Log in issues sometimes!
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    datauser · 2 years ago
    @Feathers, yes interesting that some of the drivers are 32 bit backward compatible and you sometimes get away with it as in sound drivers, but others may cause blue screen of death. Luckily I've a good selection of xp drivers, but Win10 hardware base platform/bios is a different kettle of fish and will prove a challenge for sure to get xp onboard smoothly. :)
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      Feathers · 2 years ago
      @datauser I agree - I would never try this on a UEFI bios although I have installed Win 7 on them with a special installation which involves a Win 7 installation iso using the Win 10 wim files for friends who can't stand Win 10.

      The Toshiba A500 was an experiment to see if it could be done with XPIE. My only bluescreen was with the infrared drivers and a review of the .inf file showed that it was trying to install to the Media Center parts of the OS. The only program that would not install was my Kindle for PC. So now I have a computer that will run XP 7 8.1 and 10.
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      DMS · 2 years ago
      @Feathers XP IS NOT DEPENDENT ON UEFI OR BIOS .
      If Acpi work it will work more stable than any newer crap windows like 10
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      Feathers · 2 years ago
      @DMS No it is not dependent however if you have a computer with UEFI it is more likely to have driver problems because it is more likely to support hardware which is incompatible with XP.

      If I had such a bios I may be tempted to try it :D
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      Dave · 2 years ago
      @Feathers Yes, it is the hardware which is the deciding factor and whatever CPU Intel etc software instructions you need to install unique to that system.
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      Jacko · 2 years ago
      @DMS Not strictly the case as the bios is very important in whether a system is rejected or accepted! The system ergo is dependent on bios settings and if not suitable will crash it or give blue screen of death every boot time. I work with computers.
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      Feathers · 2 years ago
      @Dave Again this is true however the point here is that the more modern the bios the more likely it is that the hardware it supports will be difficult to find drivers that work in XP. This is because the hardware may have been developed long after XP was discontinued.
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    datauser · 2 years ago
    @feathers, how did you ever get Vista drivers to work in XP they are incompatible as any drivers for a different system would be as far as I know! Out of curiosity I tried in my Toshiba laptop some Vista drivers and they were rejected.


    @MrRockchip, running XP in a virtual environment in Linux is a good future option.
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      Feathers · 2 years ago
      @datauser Toshiba drivers can be a pain as they come in self extracting wrappers - I use Winzip to extract them and then run them from there. As the A500 is nearly 10 years old now I've found that the drivers are mostly compatible as long as they are 32 bit and not 64. I've used win 7 drivers in XP, Vista drivers in 7 and 7 drivers in Win 10. I all else fails install a 32 bit version of Vista on your laptop - use Double Driver Backup to extract the drivers - burn them to a CD or DVD and use control panel system on XP to search the CD for the drivers.

      Being basically lazy I downloaded my drivers from here

      http://www.notebook-driver.com/toshiba-satellite-a500-windows-driver-utility/


      Good Luck
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    Feathers · 2 years ago
    I just tried it on a Toshiba A500 I5 laptop and found it works fine with about 95% of all the programs - I used drivers from Vista 32 bit and every one worked except the IR driver which seems to require Media Center to work. It is faster than Windows 7 or 10 and networks easily.

    I'm going to miss it when I go back to something more modern.
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    datauser · 2 years ago
    I had a feeling that would be the case and you've just confirmed it. It will be a nightmare to get xp drivers for any modern hardware 2018 as they probably would not exist! Running xp as a virtual platform might be a better idea for a new pc. I'm glad my old Win 7 laptopsToshiba & Acer) can run xp as both their bios are compatible with it and I backup have drivers from Acer and Toshiba stored on a hard drive.?

    If I get a new laptop I will probably replace the operating system with a stripped down spyware free lite Win10 assuming any are out there?
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      MrRockchip · 2 years ago
      @datauser It will be always possible for you to run Linux as a host OS with a Windows XP inside a Virtual Machine
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      DMS · 2 years ago
      @MrRockchip with this XP build you donot need VM .
      This XP is compatible with all modern Intel Chipset and AHCI
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    datauser · 2 years ago
    Ramsey@
    Cheers mate. Only problem for me is can I actually find my old avatar pic on my old laptop? Time for a new one perhaps?

    While I'm here a question for your expertise. As most newer PC's laptops run 64 bit Win10 now will the modern 2018 bios/hardware still accommodate XP?

    I have two older laptops which ran 64 bit Win7, but I had no problem deleting its partition and installing 32bit XP on. I was thinking of buying a new laptop and worry that the latest hardware/BIOSes no longer accept 32bit systems like XP. What do you advise? Thanks.

    I think the main problem would be getting xp drivers for a newer tablet/PC hardware as manufacturers don't support it anymore! Usually on my old Toshiba satellite after installing XP Black the only drivers I needed to install were 'display', 'card reader', 'Internet lan' and 'sound.'

    Will thethe XP Integral install on a newer computer still be missing a few drivers I surmise? Tracking them down will be difficult if OEM does not support XP? I think I should get a newer Toshiba Satellite as maybe I could use the older XP drivers from 2010 version Pro version I had bought? I won't chance Acer or Hewlett Packard!
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      Ramsey · 2 years ago
      @datauser To find Windows XP drivers for the new Hardware will be a big problem.
      In the next days i will upload an original Windows 10 64-biit .iso file from Microsoft where all the updates are already included by Microsoft itself.
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      MrRockchip · 2 years ago
      @datauser Just install Linux and run Win XP on top of it inside a Virtual Machine. Performance difference will be about 1-2% CPU compared to the host; slightly worse for the GPU though... Only problem is, although you could always attach a USB device to your Virtual Machine, tasks like upgrading a firmware of your USB card reader would not be a good idea :P
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    datauser · 2 years ago
    Ramsey I meant to say our individual pictures of the members here or our mini web pictures of us. If you haven't noticed, only your picture is showing
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      Ramsey · 2 years ago
      @datauser You have to re-upload it by clicking on (where it says) "Hello, datauser" and the click on "Thumbnail editing".
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      GreenDevil · 2 years ago
      @Ramsey ah nice, now i have my pic back :D