Windows: how to disable DEP?

Windows: how to disable DEP? Changing the DEP by the operating system (see Windows: what is DEP? ) Is a palliative. That is why experienced users with irritating persistence DEP fighting radical way, disabling this feature.

  How to disable DEP
Windows XP :
- Log on with administrator privileges;
- Press Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Folder Options ;
- Window Folder tab, Type ;
- In section More options checkbox Display the contents of system folders , Uncheck Hide protected operating system files , Switch Show hidden files and folders -> OK ;
- Open My Computer -> drive C:;
- Find a hidden system file boot.ini , Click the right mouse button;
- From the shortcut menu, select Properties 11,111,169. ;
- Uncheck [i] Read Only -> OK
- Open the file boot.ini ;
- Set the option value noexecute = AlwaysOff

For example, if the operating system you have installed on drive C:, the approximate contents of the file boot.ini:
  [boot loader]
timeout = 30
default = multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) WINDOWS
 [operating systems]
multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (1) WINDOWS = "Microsoft Windows XP Professional RU"/noexecute = AlwaysOff/nopae/fastdetect

- Save your changes and close the file boot.ini.

1. The default value is noexecute = OptIn .
2. AlwaysOff means that the DEP is disabled for the entire system, regardless of hardware support for DEP.
3. Starting with XP SP2 32-bit version of Windows uses one of the following methods:
• function no-execute page-protection (NX), developed by AMD;
• function Execute Disable Bit (XD), developed by Intel.
To use these features, the processor must be operated in the Physical Address Extension ( Physical Address Extension , PAE). Windows will automatically enable PAE mode to support the functions of DEP, so users do not have to separately enable PAE by using the/PAE switch in boot.ini.

Windows Vista :
- Click the Start button;
- In line Start search enter cmd ;
- Under the heading Programme Right-click 11,111,162. cmd.exe [/b] ;
- From the shortcut menu, select Run as administrator ;
- Enter the administrator password when prompted;
- After the invitation system, type bcdedit.exe/set (current) nx AlwaysOff
- Press Enter ;
- Message The operation completed successfully ;
- Close the window [i] 11111169 Windows command interpreter. .

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