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#1 DiTECH

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 01:51 PM

Yeah, it's real and tested by me :yes: .

After doing a Google search i found a small utility that can make your 32 bit copy of Windows 7 support up to 128GB, i didn't believe it in the first time, but after a test i can confirm that it works at 100%.

1.Download the utility from : ReadyFor4GB

2.Extract the content of the archive, and right click on, ReadyFor4GB.exe select run as administrator.

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3.After you get the main window click on Check it shows you the amount of physical memory do you have and if the karnel is already patched to support your current memory (4gb at least).

4.Now, Click on Apply to patch your system, the utility will generate a new ntkrnlpa128g.exe and ask you if you are sure to patch the current ntkrnlpa.exe. Click on Yes.

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5.After that you will get this screen that confirms that ntkrnlpa128g.exe is generated and saved in C/Windows/System32. Click OK and close the window.

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6.Now go back to the archive directory and right click on, AddBootMenu.cmd select run as administrator. just tape Y and let the program do the job. a 3 messages will be shown confrirms that the operation is completed successfully.
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7.Reboot your computer. after rebooting you'll see this screen, just select the first choice (the second one let you start Windows 7 normally - no changes).

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Proofs !!!

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enjoy, and sorry for my english. :lol:

#2 xsever

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 01:59 PM

There is a difference between showing 4GB and being able to use all 4GB.

Further benchmarks are needed for comparison.

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 02:06 PM

I would rather get an x64 version to use full 4GB RAM.

But nice method though.

#4 shivaram

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 02:11 PM

There is a difference between showing 4GB and being able to use all 4GB.

Further benchmarks are needed for comparison.

+1 agreed

#5 zool

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 02:20 PM

Please put this note next time because we don't want it to mess up other people PC that doesn't know to use this software properly.

Note:

Some of the old driver does not support more than 4GB memory addressing, resulting in not working properly, or even BSOD(Blue Screen of Death).
Please set a system error report generation memory dump file *. dmp, analysis dmp, find out which driver is the problem, update it or disable the driver.
Some motherboards do not support 4GB additional features will be a result of a BSOD.

BSOD with Windows are not directly related with patches. Windows itself fully to support more than 4GB for large memory.
The same hardware in 2003 or 2008 may appear the same problem.
This procedure is only used for theoretical research and testing, to prohibit the use in a production environment! Users own license due to changes caused by legal issues.

Note: If your motherboard does not support 4GB memory, does not support memory remap, then, even if the software changed the upper limit, ultimately not fully use the 4GB low space and more than 4GB of space.

Program features:
1)View the 32-bit Vista / Windows 7 license restrictions of memory capacity;
2) crack Windows PAE kernel file ntkrnlpa.exe, bypassing the license restrictions ZwQueryLicenseValue API functions, so that the workstation 32-bit x86 versions of Vista / Windows 7 to support more than 4GB of physical memory, maximum support 128GB.

The changes in procedures to automate the process and increase the read directly from kernel memory capacity of the current upper limit.
This procedure changes and make digital signatures are a direct system API operation, without the use of other aids.
Driver viewmem-x86.sys, for reading memory data.

All SP versions of Vista, Windows 7 should give their support.

This procedure only completed the work to modify the file, please self-edit the boot menu with bcdedit load the new kernel files.

AddBootMenu.cmd You can run scripts automatically add the start menu, right-point script file and select Run as Administrator.

Is completed, reboot the system.
In the boot menu appears, select "Windows 7 x86 [128GB with ntkr128g.exe]" into the system, you can complete all of the physical memory in use.

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bcdedit operation reference:
Right Point Command Prompt in the Start menu, select Run as Administrator.

bcdedit -copy {current} /d "Windows 7 x86 128GB" bcdedit-copy (current) / d "Windows 7 x86 128GB"
The entry was successfully copied to {61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37}. The entry was successfully copied to (61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37).

The following returns, depending on the above GUID entered.
bcdedit /set {61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37} testsigning on bcdedit / set (61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37) testsigning on
bcdedit /set {61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37} pae forceenable bcdedit / set (61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37) pae forceenable
bcdedit /set {61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37} kernel ntkr128g.exe bcdedit / set (61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37) kernel ntkr128g.exe

Following optional
bcdedit -timeout 10 bcdedit-timeout 10
bcdedit -displayorder {61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37} -addfirst bcdedit-displayorder (61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37)-addfirst
bcdedit -default {61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37} bcdedit-default (61b1399a-24cd-11de-a4c4-ca27f4abce37)

Update History:
2009.04.11 V1.1.0.2 2009.04.11 V1.1.0.2
The previous version of the program will be missed a modification has been revised.

2009.04.12 V1.1.0.3 2009.04.12 V1.1.0.3
Remove the automatic in the current environment settings testsigning.

2009.04.20 V1.2.0.6 2009.04.20 V1.2.0.6
Increase the display memory capacity, usage, etc.; increase shows the default memory Windows license capacity, and cracked the ceiling of the post.

2009.04.22 V1.3.0.9 2009.04.22 V1.3.0.9
Increase the display memory module address range; additional PCI devices show the maximum range of addresses, to help re-mapped to determine whether the memory is enabled.


Source: Chinese Website

Edited by zool, 25 August 2009 - 02:22 PM.


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Posted 25 August 2009 - 02:39 PM

That ~1GB wont make much difference anyway.


There is a difference between showing 4GB and being able to use all 4GB.

Further benchmarks are needed for comparison.

+1 agreed


*sigh*

#7 zool

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 02:53 PM

Guys.. i think you should try it out.. Apparently, my login in Windows 7 is more faster after i patched using this software.. my Firefox is more faster too(less lagging)

Edited by zool, 25 August 2009 - 02:54 PM.


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Posted 25 August 2009 - 03:30 PM

I would rather get an x64 version to use full 4GB RAM.

But nice method though.

now THIS, +1.

#9 Laguna

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 04:23 PM

I guess I'll give it a try. It makes mad that I have 1GB sleeping. Thanks

#10 erazer007

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 07:28 PM

Does it work for Vista 32bit? I have 4gb and only 3gb gets detected

#11 RickSOLET

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 07:39 PM

Can someone test it with a benchmark tool and post the results here?

#12 PurplePeopleEater

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 07:52 PM

I would rather get an x64 version to use full 4GB RAM.

But nice method though.

yea 64bit instructions wil still outperform the 32 bit os

#13 zool

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 07:53 PM

Does it work for Vista 32bit? I have 4gb and only 3gb gets detected


Vista32 is supported. It depends on your motherboard whether it will detect or not..

#14 erazer007

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 08:01 PM

zool, is there anyway to make it support?

#15 DiTECH

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 08:14 PM

zool, is there anyway to make it support?


erazer007 please check your mail box.

#16 DiTECH

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 08:20 PM

Here is the link for Windows Vista users. the patch work on both SP1 and SP2 :

Windows Vista x86 Karnel Patch

just run it as administrator.

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 08:29 PM

Why people even use 32 bit OS? 64 bit FTW!

#18 Witt3439

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 08:37 PM

I have no choice but to run 32-bit Vista. (I prefer 64-bit Win 7 if I had a choice!)

I work at home and the programs that I need to do my job don't work with 64-bit (or even Windows 7 for that matter).

#19 deathvirus_me

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 08:39 PM

Its the limitations of any 32 bit OS/application and not something u can solve by .. anything 32 bit = limited to addressing a maximum of 4GB physical memory, that includes vram, RAM etc. etc. ... a patch or a tweaked file wont change this basic structure based on which the OS's have evolved till date .. and like some1 said earlier, its one thing to show > 4GB ram on a 32 bit OS and to use it ..

#20 erazer007

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 08:41 PM

I run the Vista file and it says some file not found

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