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Outpost Firewall Pro 2009 Ver. 6.7.1 (2983.450.0714)
Eset Nod32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition Ver. 4.0.467.0
Du kannst deutsch mit mir reden, dann aber per PM 😉
Stable driverversions for ur hardware (x86 drivers):
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As i mentioned before, try to lower ur overclock, just to see if it prevents games from running.
Just see that regardless of the burning tools i install, i have no dvd writer available :O Will check the next days whats the reason for.
Sounds really weird. Do u have latest vista driver for any hardware installed? Then u might check if it helpes to decrease the overclock of ur motherboard. Its also possible that ur powersupply is getting old and weak.
Wud be interesting where the option “shared system memory” is set by windows. I have 256 MB physical on my card. Windows shows 256 MB dedicated + 512 MB shared System. System memory shows 0. As i’am using a AGP card i set 256 MB AGP-ApertureSize in Bios. I recognized that it is not possible to fill the whole DDRAM with Data. 256 MB r complety holden free by the system, regardless how hard i punished the system. Maybe there is a way to play around with the shared system memory to gain some extra performance in games or applications or just to avoid that the system locks usefull memory.
EDIT: Found this: GraphicsMemory.doc
I’m curious if this really works because I guess nobody has run Windows Server 2008 workstation for 240 days yet. 🙂
I hope so, heh. Worked fine on Vista for the two years i am using it.
Sorry sawo, i didn’t recognized that u posted this allready in the blog. 🙁
yeah u might be right. After using and testing 64bit version for a few days many other issues occured. so it really seems to be the bad driverprogramming and support by via.
Doesn’t got an response for my supportrequest yet. will keep u informed.
thx for ur reply. I checked ur hint, and no, everything is working fine. Ur hint brought me to the idea that maybe Eset SmartSecurity is the problem as it installs a virtual networkadapter and the firewalldriver in a lower socketlayer. Deinstalled it, reinstalled Hyper-V (once with and once without networkadapter), same problem. The problem really seems to be the chipset. I contact the vendor if he cud help.
As i allready wrote above it isn’t possible to activate DEP and Virtualization feature of the processor at the same time (only on server2008 🙁 )
So if i turn DEP on, system can’t find the hypervisor. If i turn virtualization on, Hyper-V complains that DEP isn’t activated and refuse to start.
EDIT: Started a last try, deinstalled Hyper-V, ticked the option “Max CPU Value ID” in Bios, rebooted PC. Same thing, DEP on No Virtualization feature. Unticked the option, rebootet… and unbelivable, DEP and Virtualization r both running! Wohoo, installed Hyper-V again, rebootet and.. gosh, Virtualization feature off again!
Great tool, very nice. Thx in advance. 😀