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The patchpae2.exe file from Wen Jia Liu (wj32.org/wp/2016/02/01/pae-patch-updated-for-windows-10/) does not work with an up to date Windows 7 SP1 installation due to a new loader from Microsoft. However, Jarek has modified the patcher to work correctly with the new loader: jurasz.de/en/jarek/patchpae2.
It seems to me your article is aimed at people who are running 32 bit windows on 64 bit systems. If however they are using it on a 32 bit system (32 bit processor such as say Pentium IV or so for example), then there is indeed a physical reason why the OS cannot access memory up to and possibly above 4Gb and that has to do with the systems possible inability to actually address that memory at a hardware level, in order to do so the system must support PAE (Physical Address Extensions), but even then, PAE is not supported on all 32 bit systems and is typically only present on some of the most recent 32 bit motherboards (say within the last 10-12 years or so roughly). Of course if they are using a 32 bit version of Windows on a 32 bit system that supports PAE then there is also no real need for software like you mentioned in your article to enable support for PAE in the OS as versions of Windows from Windows XP on up already have support for PAE built in. Though admittedly in the case of Windows XP at least it may not be enabled by default and may need to be enabled through the use of a boot.ini modification. The details of which can be found easily enough using google. Additonally there are boot.ini modifications for XP that can be used to enable support for processors using HyperThreading or similar technology which can also help to improve performance for those using XP on a newer motherboard based system.
im using vista ultimate sp2 it came up with windows failed to start. File: \Windows\system32\ntkrlpx.exe Status: 0xc000000f Info: Windows failed to load because the kernel is missing or corrupt. any help?
When I installed it, everything worked fine until about 5 minutes into using my laptop, the screen flickered in multi-colors and then went blank and would not come on again. I re-started with the non-patched windows 7 and it is fine. It was still showing 70 mb reserved for hardware. Any reason why the screen would not work? I have intel graphics integrated with the ram for my laptop. 2b1af7f3a8