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Windows XP Professional SP3 Integrated August 2013 (32 Bit)

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FileSize                : ~623.9 Mb

Language            : English

Crack info           : n/a

Serial Key Info  : No serial needed during installation, the key is already inserted. (Activated and passes Microsoft Windows Genuine validation test.)

 

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This is the original Windows XP Professional SP3 (32-bit) ISO from Microsoft.

Windows XP Professional SP3 Integrated August 2013 for 32 bit system including all latest Microsoft updates till 15.08.2013..

Includes Internet Explorer 8, Adobe Flash Player 11.7 and SATA drivers.

No tweaks or add-ons, programs, graphics, scripts and wallpapers added or changed.

 

Windows XP is an operating system produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops and media centers. First released to computer manufacturers on August 24, 2001, it is the second most popular version of Windows, based on installed user base. The name "XP" is short for "eXPerience", highlighting the enhanced user experience.

 

System requirements:
* Pentium 233-megahertz (MHz) processor or faster (300 MHz is recommended).
* At least 64 megabytes (MB) of RAM (128 MB is recommended).
* At least 1.5 gigabytes (GB) of available space on the hard disk .
* Video adapter and monitor with Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution.

 

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1.  Do run a antivirus security check before using this files  

2.  Alternatively i would suggest using the FULL activated ISO as given here

 

How to Install: 
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(1): Please use
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(2):
burn the iso and install

(3): Enjoy and Support Developers, Buy It, They Deserved It! 

 

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PS : If You got an error while extracting while others are working try diferent directory path in your PC. Somtimes if you got a long directory path while extracting it will giv you an error. To solve this issue , as an example just paste the tgz file in C drive and extract (just inside the C drive not with in any other folder). Hope your Understand

 

Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 32 Bit (x86) Serial Keys

 

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Windows XP

Official Link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/bb264763.aspx

Windows XP is an operating system produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, laptops and media centers. First released to computer manufacturers on August 24, 2001, it is the second most popular version of Windows, based on installed user base. The name "XP" is short for "eXPerience", highlighting the enhanced user experience.

clip_image002[3]Windows XP, the successor to Windows 2000 and Windows ME, was the first consumer-oriented operating system produced by Microsoft to be built on the Windows NT kernel. Windows XP was released worldwide for retail sale on October 25, 2001, and over 400 million copies were in use in January 2006. It was succeeded by Windows Vista in January 2007. Direct OEM and retail sales of Windows XP ceased on June 30, 2008. Microsoft continued to sell Windows XP through their System Builders (smaller OEMs who sell assembled computers) program until January 31, 2009. On April 10, 2012, Microsoft reaffirmed that extended support for Windows XP and Office 2003 would end on April 8, 2014 and suggested that administrators begin preparing to migrate to a newer OS.

The NT-based versions of Windows, which are programmed in C,C++, and assembly, are known for their improved stability and efficiency over the 9x versions of Microsoft Windows. Windows XP presented a significantly redesigned graphical user interface, a change Microsoft promoted as more user-friendly than previous versions of Windows. In an attempt to further ameliorate the "DLL hell" that plagued the past versions of Windows, improved side-by-side assembly technology in Windows XP allows side-by-side installation, registration and servicing of multiple versions of globally shared software components in full isolation. It is also the first version of Windows to use product activation to combat illegal copying.

During Windows XP's development, the project was codenamed "Whistler", after Whistler, British Columbia, as many Microsoft employees skied at the Whistler-Blackcomb ski resort.

According to web analytics data generated by Net Applications, Windows XP was the most widely used operating system until August 2012, when Windows 7 overtook it. As of December 2013, Windows XP market share is at 28.98%, having decreased almost every month since at least November 2007, the first month for which statistics are publicly available from Net Applications.

Article as taken from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_XP

New and updated features

User interface

clip_image003[3]Windows XP featured a new task-based GUI (Graphical user interface). The Start menu and taskbar were updated and many visual effects were added, including:

·         A translucent blue selection rectangle in Windows Explorer

·         Drop shadows for icon labels on the desktop

·         Task-based sidebars in Explorer windows ("common tasks")

·         The ability to group the taskbar buttons of the windows of one application into one button, with a popup menu listing the window titles

·         The ability to lock the taskbar to prevent accidental changes (Windows 2000 with Internet Explorer 6 installed had the ability to lock Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer toolbars, but not the taskbar)

·         The highlighting of recently added programs on the Start menu

·         Shadows under menus (Windows 2000 had shadows under mouse pointers, but not menus)

Windows XP analyzes the performance impact of visual effects and uses this to determine whether to enable them, so as to prevent the new functionality from consuming excessive additional processing overhead. Users can further customize these settings. Some effects, such as alpha compositing (transparency and fading), are handled entirely by many newer video cards. However, if the video card is not capable of hardware alpha blending, performance can be substantially degraded, and Microsoft recommends the feature should be turned off manually. Windows XP added the ability for Windows to use "Visual Styles" to change the appearance of the user interface. However, visual styles must be cryptographically signed by Microsoft to run. Luna is the name of the new visual style that is provided with Windows XP, and is enabled by default for machines with more than 64 MiB of RAM. Luna refers only to one particular visual style, not to all of the new user interface features of Windows XP as a whole. Some users "patch" the uxtheme.dll file that restricts the ability to use visual styles, created by the general public or the user, on Windows XP.

In addition to the included Windows XP themes, there is one previously unreleased theme with a dark blue taskbar and window bars similar to Windows Vista titled "Royale Noir" available as unofficial download. Microsoft officially released a modified version of this theme as the "Zune" theme, to celebrate the launch of its Zune portable media player in November 2006. The differences are only visual with a new glassy look along with a black taskbar instead of dark blue and an orange start button instead of green. Additionally, the Media Center "Royale" theme, which was included in the Media Center editions, is also available to download for use on all Windows XP editions.

The default wallpaper, Bliss, is a photo of a landscape in the Napa Valley outside Napa, California, with rolling green hills and a blue sky with stratocumulus and cirrus clouds.

The "classic" interface from Windows 9x and 2000 can be used instead if preferred. Several third party utilities exist that provide hundreds of different visual styles.

 

Other features

·         GDI+ graphics subsystem and improved image management and viewing in the shell

·         DirectX 8.1 upgradeable to DirectX 9.0c

·         A number of new features in Windows Explorer including task panes, tiles and filmstrip views, improved sorting and grouping, searching by document categories, customizable infotips, built-in CD burning, AutoPlay, Simple File Sharing and WebDAV mini-redirector.

·         Improved imaging features such as Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, improved image handling and thumbnail caching in Explorer

·         A number of kernel enhancements and power management improvements

·         Faster start-up, (due to improved Prefetch functions) logon, logoff, hibernation and application launch sequences.

·         The ability to discard a newer device driver in favor of the previous one (known as driver rollback) should a driver upgrade not produce desirable results.

·         Numerous improvements to increase the system reliability such as improved System Restore, Automated System Recovery, Windows Error Reporting and driver reliability.

·         A new, arguably more user-friendly interface, including the framework for developing themes for the desktop environment and richer icons with alpha transparency

·         Hardware support improvements such as USB 2.0, FireWire 800, Windows Image Acquisition, Media Transfer Protocol, DualView for multi-monitors and audio improvements.

·         Fast user switching, which allows users to save the current state and open applications of their desktop and allows another user to log on without losing that information

·         The ClearType font rendering mechanism, which is designed to improve text readability on liquid crystal display (LCD) and similar monitors, especially laptops.

·         Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop features, which allow users to connect to a computer running Windows XP from across a network or the Internet and access their applications, files, printers, and devices or request help.

·         New networking features including Windows Firewall, Internet Connection Sharing integration with UPnP, NAT traversal APIs, Quality of Service features, IPv6 and Teredo tunneling, Background Intelligent Transfer Service, extended fax features, network bridging, peer to peer networking, support for most DSL modems, IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) connections with auto configuration and roaming, TAPI 3.1, Bluetooth and networking over FireWire.

·         New security features such as Software Restriction Policies, Credential Manager, Encrypting File System improvements, improved certificate services, smart card and PKI support. Windows XP SP2 introduced Data Execution Prevention, Windows Security Center and Attachment Manager.

·         Side-by-side assemblies and registration-free COM

·         Improved media features in Windows Media format runtime, Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker, TV/video capture and playback technologies, Windows Media Encoder and introduction of Windows Media Center

·         General improvements to international support such as more locales, languages and scripts, MUI support in Terminal Services, improved IMEs and National Language Support, Text Services Framework

·         Handwriting recognition, speech recognition and digital ink support accessible through the Tablet PC Input Panel (TIP) in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition

·         Numerous improvements to system administration tools such as Windows Installer, Windows Script Host, Disk Defragmenter, Windows Task Manager, Group Policy, CHKDSK, NTBackup, Microsoft Management Console, Shadow Copy, Registry Editor, Sysprep and WMI

·         Improved application compatibility and shims compared to Windows 2000

·         Updated accessories and games.

·         Improvements to IntelliMirror features such as Offline Files, Roaming user profiles and Folder redirection.

Users in British schools observed the improved ease of use and advanced capabilities – comparing the former to RISC OSand Mac OS, and the latter to Unix.

Removed features

Some of the programs and features that were part of the previous versions of Windows did not make it to Windows XP. CD Player, DVD Player and Imaging for Windows are removed as Windows Picture and Fax Viewer, Windows Media Playerand Windows shell take over their duties. NetBEUI and NetDDE are deprecated and are not installed by default. DLC and AppleTalk network protocols are removed. Plug-and-play–incompatible communication devices (like modems and network interface cards) are no longer supported.

Service Pack 2 and Service Pack 3 also remove features from Windows XP but to a less noticeable extent. For instance,Program Manager and support for TCP half-open connections are removed in Service Pack 2. Energy Star logo and the address bar on taskbar are removed in Service Pack 3.

Editions

clip_image004[3]The two major editions are Windows XP Home Edition, designed for home users, and Windows XP Professional, designed for business and power users. XP Professional contains advanced features that the average home user would not use. However, these features are not necessarily missing from XP Home. They are simply disabled, but are there and can become functional. These releases were made available at retail outlets that sell computer software, and were preinstalled on computers sold by major computer manufacturers. A third edition, called Windows XP Media Center Edition, was introduced in 2002 and was updated every year until 2006 to incorporate new digital media, broadcast television and Media Center Extender capabilities. Unlike the Home and Professional edition, it was never made available for retail purchase, and was typically either sold through OEM channels, or was preinstalled on computers that were typically marketed as "media center PCs".

Two different 64-bit editions were made available. One, designed specifically for Itanium-based workstations, was introduced in 2001 at around the same time as the Home and Professional editions, but was discontinued a few years later when vendors of Itanium hardware stopped selling workstation-class machines due to low sales. The other, called Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, supports the x86-64 extension. x86-64 was implemented first by AMD as "AMD64", found in AMD's Opteron and Athlon 64 chips, and later implemented by Intel as "Intel 64" (formerly known as IA-32e and EM64T), found in some of Intel's Pentium 4 and later chips.

Windows XP Tablet PC Edition was produced for a class of specially designed notebook/laptop computers called tablet PCs. It is compatible with a pen-sensitive screen, supporting handwritten notes and portrait-oriented screens.

Microsoft also released Windows XP Embedded, an edition for specific consumer electronics, set-top boxes, kiosks/ATMs, medical devices, arcade video games, point-of-sale terminals, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) components. In July 2006, Microsoft released Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs, a thin client version of Windows XP Embedded which targets older machines (as early as the original Pentium). It is only available to Software Assurance customers. It is intended for corporate customers who may wish to upgrade to Windows XP so they can take advantage of its security and management capabilities, but cannot afford to purchase new hardware.

Editions for specific markets

Windows XP Starter Edition is a lower-cost edition of Windows XP available in Thailand, Indonesia, Russia, India, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, Ecuador, Uruguay, Pakistan and Venezuela. It is similar to Windows XP Home, but is limited to low-end hardware, can only run three programs at a time, and has some other features either removed or disabled by default. Each country's edition is also customized for that country, including desktop backgrounds of popular locations, localized help features for those who may not speak English, and other default settings designed for easier use than typical Windows XP installations. The Malaysian version, for example, contains a desktop background of the Kuala Lumpur skyline.

In March 2004, the European Commission fined Microsoft €497 million (US$603 million) and ordered the company to provide a version of Windows without Windows Media Player. The Commission concluded that Microsoft "broke European Union competition law by leveraging its near monopoly in the market for PC operating systems onto the markets for work group server operating systems and for media players". After unsuccessful appeals in 2004 and 2005, Microsoft reached an agreement with the Commission where it would release a court-compliant version, Windows XP Edition N. This version does not include the company's Windows Media Player but instead encourages users to pick and download their own media player. Microsoft wanted to call this version Reduced Media Edition, but EU regulators objected and suggested the Edition N name, with the N signifying "not with Media Player" for both Home and Professional editions of Windows XP. Because it is sold at the same price as the version with Windows Media Player included, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo and Fujitsu Siemens have chosen not to stock the product. However, Dell did offer the operating system for a short time. Consumer interest has been low, with roughly 1,500 units shipped to OEMs, and no reported sales to consumers.

In December 2005, the Korean Fair Trade Commission ordered Microsoft to make available editions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that do not contain Windows Media Player or Windows Messenger. Like the European Commission decision, this decision was based on the grounds that Microsoft had abused its dominant position in the market to push other products onto consumers. Unlike that decision, however, Microsoft was also forced to withdraw the non-compliant versions of Windows from the South Korean market. This decision resulted in Microsoft's releasing "K" and "KN" variants of the Home and Professional editions in August 2006.

That same year, Microsoft also released two additional editions of Windows XP Home Edition directed towards subscription-based and pay-as-you-go pricing models. These editions, released as part of Microsoft's FlexGo initiative, are used in conjunction with a hardware component to enforce time limitations on the usage of Windows. Its target market is emerging economies such as Brazil and Vietnam.

Languages

Windows XP was available in many languages. In addition, MUI packs and Language Interface Packs translating the user interface were also available for certain languages.

ATMs and Vendors

Automated teller machine (ATM) vendors Wincor Nixdorf, NCR Corporation and Diebold Incorporated have all adopted Microsoft Windows XP as their migration path from OS/2. Wincor Nixdorf, which has been pushing for standardization for many years, began shipping ATMs with Windows when they first arrived on the scene.

Diebold initially shipped XP Home Edition exclusively, but following extensive pressure from customer banks to support a common operating system, it switched to support XP Professional to match its primary competitors, NCR Corporation and Wincor Nixdorf.

Redbox DVD Vending machines run a modified version of XP designed for the fullscreen User Interface of the Vending Touchscreen and the DVD vending itself.

 

Service packs

Microsoft occasionally releases service packs for its Windows operating systems to fix problems and add features. Each service pack is a superset of all previous service packs and patches so that only the latest service pack needs to be installed, and also includes new revisions. However if you still have the earliest version of Windows XP on Retail CD (without any service packs included), you will need to install SP1 or SP2, before SP3 can be installed. Older service packs need not be manually removed before application of the most recent one. Windows Update "normally" takes care of automatically removing unnecessary files.

Windows XP was criticized by some users for security vulnerabilities, tight integration of applications such as Internet Explorer 6 and Windows Media Player, and for aspects of its default user interface. Service Pack 2, Service Pack 3, and Internet Explorer 8 addressed some of these concerns.

The service pack details below only apply to the 32-bit editions. Windows XP Professional x64 Edition was based on Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 and claimed to be "SP1" in system properties from the initial release. It is updated by the same service packs and hotfixes as the x64 edition of Windows Server 2003.

Service Pack 1

clip_image005[3]Service Pack 1 (SP1) for Windows XP was released on September 9, 2002. It contains post-RTM security fixes and hot-fixes, compatibility updates, optional.NET Framework support, enabling technologies for new devices such as Tablet PCs, and a new Windows Messenger 4.7 version. The most notable new features were USB 2.0 support and a Set Program Access and Defaults utility that aimed at hiding various middleware products. Users can control the default application for activities such as web browsing and instant messaging, as well as hide access to some of Microsoft's bundled programs. This utility was first brought into the older Windows 2000 operating system with its Service Pack 3. This Service Pack supported SATA and hard drives that were larger than 137 GB (48-bit LBA support) by default. The Microsoft Java Virtual Machine, which was not in the RTM version, appeared in this Service Pack. It also removed the Energy Star logo from the ScreenSaver tab of the Display properties, leaving a very noticeable blank space next to the link to enter the Power Management control panel. Support for IPv6 was also introduced in this Service Pack.

On February 3, 2003, Microsoft released Service Pack 1a (SP1a). This release removed Microsoft's Java virtual machine as a result of a lawsuit with Sun Microsystems.

Service Pack 2

clip_image006[3]Service Pack 2 (SP2) was released on August 25, 2004, with an emphasis on security. Unlike the previous service pack, SP2 added new functionality to Windows XP, such as WPA encryption compatibility and improved Wi-Fi support (with a wizard utility), a pop-up ad blocker for Internet Explorer 6, and partial Bluetooth support. The new welcome screen during the kernel boot removes the subtitles "Professional", "Home Edition" and "Embedded" since Microsoft introduced new Windows XP editions prior to the release of SP2. The green loading bar in Home Edition and the yellow one in Embedded were replaced with the blue bar, seen in Professional and other versions of Windows XP, making the boot-screen of operating systems resemble each other. Colors in other areas, such as Control Panel and the Help and Support tool, remained as before.

Service Pack 2 also added new security enhancements (codenamed "Springboard"), which included a major revision to the included firewall that was renamed to Windows Firewall and became enabled by default, Data Execution Prevention, which can be weakly emulated, gains hardware support in the NX bit that can stop some forms of buffer overflow attacks. Also raw socket support is removed (which supposedly limits the damage done by zombie machines). Additionally, security-related improvements were made to e-mail and web browsing. Windows XP Service Pack 2 includes the Windows Security Center, which provides a general overview of security on the system, including the state of antivirus software, Windows Update, and the new Windows Firewall. Third-party anti-virus and firewall applications can interface with the new Security Center.

Service Pack 2b

In August 2006, Microsoft released updated installation media for Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003 SP1 to contain a patch that requires ActiveX controls to require manual activation in accordance with a patent held by Eolas. Since then, the technology was licensed by Microsoft, and Service Pack 3 and later versions do not include this update.

Service Pack 2c

On August 10, 2007, Microsoft announced a minor update to Service Pack 2, called Service Pack 2c (SP2c). The update fixes the issue of the diminishing number of available product keys for Windows XP. This update was only available to system builders from their distributors in Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Professional N operating systems. SP2c was released in September 2007.

Service Pack 3

Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) was released to manufacturing on April 21, 2008, and to the public via both the Microsoft Download Center and Windows Update on May 6, 2008.

It began being automatically pushed out to Automatic Update users on July 10, 2008. A feature set overview which details new features available separately as stand-alone updates to Windows XP, as well as backported features from Windows Vista, has been posted by Microsoft. A total of 1,174 fixes have been included in SP3. Service Pack 3 can be installed on systems with Internet Explorer versions 6, 7, or 8. Internet Explorer 7 and 8 are not included as part of SP3. Service Pack 3 is not available for the 64 bit version of Windows XP.

New features in Service Pack 3

·         NX APIs for application developers to enable Data Execution Prevention for their code, independent of system-wide compatibility enforcement settings

·         Turns black hole router detection on by default

·         Support for SHA-2 signatures in X.509 certificates

·         Network Access Protection client

·         Group Policy support for IEEE 802.1X authentication for wired network adapters.

·         Credential Security Support Provider

·         Descriptive Security options in Group Policy/Local Security Policy user interface

·         An updated version of the Microsoft Enhanced Cryptographic Provider Module (RSAENH) that is FIPS 140-2 certified (SHA-256, SHA-384 and SHA-512 algorithms)

·         Installing without requiring a product key during setup for retail and OEM versions

Previously released updates

Service Pack 3 also incorporated several previously released key updates for Windows XP, which were not included up to SP2, including:

·         Windows Imaging Component

·         IPSec Simple Policy Update for simplified creation and maintenance of IPSec filters

·         Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) 2.5

·         MSXML 6.0 SP2 and XMLLite

·         Microsoft Management Console 3.0

·         Credential Roaming service (Digital Identity Management Service) update

·         Remote Desktop Protocol 6.1

·         Peer Name Resolution Protocol 2.1

·         Network Diagnostics update

·         WPA2 Update (KB893357)

·         Windows Script 5.7

·         Windows Installer 3.1 v2

·         Wireless LAN API (KB918997)

·         Improvements made to Windows Management Instrumentation in Windows Vista to reduce the possibility of corruption of the WMI repository.

Slipstreamed retail and OEM versions of Windows XP with SP3 can be installed and run with full functionality for 30 days without a product key, after which time the user will be prompted to enter a valid key and activate the installation. Volume license key (VLK) versions still require entering a product key before beginning installation.

Windows XP Service Pack 3 is a cumulative update of all previous service packs for XP. The service pack installer checksHKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows\CSDVersion registry key to see if has a value greater than or equal to 0x100, and if it does it will allow the update to proceed. Otherwise it will prompt to install either XP SP1 or SP2. Since SP1 is no longer available for full download, it would need to be downloaded using Windows Update. The other option is to manually change the registry key, in essence fooling the installer into thinking SP1 is already installed.

However, it is possible to slipstream SP3 into the Windows XP setup files at any service pack level, including the original RTM version, without any errors or issues. Microsoft has confirmed that this is supported, but also that slipstreaming SP3 into a volume license copy of XP using Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 causes the product key to be rejected during installation. Slipstreaming SP3 into Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 is not supported.

Service Pack 3 contains updates to the operating system components of Windows XP Media Center Edition (MCE) and Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, and security updates for .NET Framework version 1.0, which is included in these editions. However, it does not include update rollups for the Windows Media Center application in Windows XP MCE 2005. SP3 also omits security updates for Windows Media Player 10, although the player is included in Windows XP MCE 2005. The Address Bar DeskBand on the Taskbar is no longer included due to legal restrictions.

System requirements

System requirements for Windows XP Home Edition and Professional are as follows:

Minimum

Recommended

Processor

233 MHz

At least 300 MHz

Memory

64 MB of RAM

At least 128 MB of RAM

Video adapter and monitor

Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution

Hard drive disk free space

1.5 GB or higher
additional 661 MB for Service Pack 1 and 1a
additional 1.8 GB for Service Pack 2
and additional 900 MB for Service Pack 3

Optical drive

CD-ROM drive (Only to install from CD-ROM media)

Input devices

Keyboard, Microsoft Mouse or a compatible pointing device

Sound

Sound card and Speakers or headphones

·         ^1 Even though this is Microsoft's stated minimum processor speed for Windows XP, it is possible to install and run the operating system on early IA-32 processors such as a P5 Pentium without MMX instructions. Windows XP is not compatible with processors older than Pentium (such as 486) because it requires CMPXCHG8B instructions.

·         ^2 A Microsoft TechNet paper from Summer 2001 (before Windows XP's actual release), states that: "A computer with 64 MB of RAM will have sufficient resources to run Windows XP and a few applications with moderate memory requirements." (Emphasis added.) These were said to be office productivity applications, e-mail programs, and web browsers (of the time). With such a configuration, user interface enhancements and fast user switching are turned off by default.

For comparable workloads, 64 MB of RAM was then regarded as providing an equal or better user experience on Windows XP with similar settings than it would with Windows ME on the same hardware. In a later section of the paper, superior performance over Windows ME was noted with 128 MB of RAM or more, and with computers that exceed the minimum hardware requirements.

System requirements for Windows XP Professional x64 Edition are as follows:

·         Processor: x86-64 processor;

·         Memory: At least 256 MB of RAM;

·         Video adapter and monitor: Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution;

·         Hard drive disk free space: At least 1.5 GB;

·         Optical drive: CD-ROM drive;

·         Input devices: Keyboard; Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device;

·         Sound: Sound card; Speakers or headphones;

·         Drivers for sound card, GPU of video card, wired LAN card, etc. must be designed for Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.

System requirements for Windows XP 64-Bit Edition are as follows:

·         Processor: Intel Itanium 733 MHz (Recommended: Intel Itanium 800 MHz or better);

·         Memory: At least 1 GB of RAM;

·         Video adapter and monitor: Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution;

·         Hard drive disk free space: At least 6 GB;

·         Optical drive: CD-ROM drive;

·         Input devices: Keyboard; Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device;

·         Sound: Sound card; Speakers or headphones;

·         Drivers for sound card, GPU of video card, wired LAN card, etc. must be designed for Windows XP 64-Bit Edition.

Physical memory limits

Maximum limits on physical memory (RAM) that Windows XP can address vary depending on both the Windows version and between 32-bit and 64-bit versions. The following table specifies the maximum physical memory limits supported:

Physical memory limits in each Windows XP edition 

Windows XP edition

Maximum RAM supported

Starter

512 MB

Home

4 GB

Media Center

Tablet PC

Professional

Professional x64

128 GB

Processor limits

The maximum total number of logical processors in a PC that Windows XP supports is: 32 for 32-bit; 64 for 64-bit.

The maximum number of physical processors in a PC that Windows XP supports is: 2 for Professional; and 1 for the Home Edition.

Support lifecycle

Support for Windows XP Home edition and Professional edition without a service pack ended on September 30, 2005. Windows XP Service Pack 1 and 1a were retired on October 10, 2006 and Windows XP Service Pack 2 reached end of support on July 13, 2010, almost six years after its general availability.

The company stopped general licensing of Windows XP to OEMs and terminated retail sales of the operating system on June 30, 2008, 17 months after the release of Windows Vista. However, an exception was announced on April 3, 2008, for OEMs installing to ultra low-cost PCs (ULCPCs) until one year after the availability of Windows 7 (that is, until October 22, 2010).

On April 14, 2009, Windows XP and its family of operating systems reached the end of their mainstream support period and entered the extended support phase as it marks the progression of the legacy operating system through the Microsoft Support Lifecycle Policy. During the extended support phase, Microsoft continues to provide security updates every month for Windows XP; however, free technical support, warranty claims, and design changes are no longer being offered. Extended support will end on April 8, 2014—after which no more security patches or new support information will be provided for free. However, according to Gregg Keizer from Computerworld, "critical patches" will still be created, and made available only to customers subscribing to a paid "Custom Support". While many organizations did not upgrade from XP due to the poor reception of Vista, Microsoft has since recommended that they migrate to newer versions of Windows due to the impending end of support. Normally Microsoft products have a support life cycle of 10 years.

Downgrade rights

Customers licensed for use of Windows 8 Enterprise are generally licensed for Windows 8 Pro, which may be downgraded to Windows XP Professional. End users of licenses of Windows 7 acquired through OEM or volume licensing may downgrade to the equivalent edition of Windows XP. End users of licenses of Windows Vista Business or Ultimate acquired through OEM have rights to downgrade to Windows XP Professional. Customers licensed for use of Windows Vista Enterprise are licensed for Windows Vista Business and Windows Vista Business can be downgraded to Windows XP Professional.

Risk

Microsoft is warning users that, after it would discontinue support, users running Windows XP will risk unmitigated zero-day attacks because of reverse engineered security patches for newer Windows versions.

Market share

According to web analytics data generated by Net Applications, Windows XP is currently the second most-used OS with a market share of 28.98%. It has held the number two spot since July 2012.

According to web analytics data generated by StatOwl, Windows XP has a 27.82% market share as of November 2012, having dropped to second place in October 2011.

According to web analytics data generated by W3Schools, from September 2003 to July 2011, Windows XP was the most widely used operating system for accessing the w3schools website, which they claim is consistent with statistics from other websites. As of September 2013, Windows XP market share is at 13.5% after having peaked at 76.1% in January 2007.

License and media types

There are three main types of licenses for Windows XP Professional and Professional x64: Retail, Volume (VLK), and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). Windows XP Home Edition is limited to Retail and OEM licenses, whereas Windows XP Media Center Edition and Windows XP Tablet PC Edition are exclusively available through VLK and OEM channels.

Each type of license has a different installation CD. For customized or retail media, there is a small difference on each type of disc that will allow that installation disc to accept only one type of product key.

Only retail and volume licenses include support for end-user installation scenarios from Microsoft. OEM software is preinstalled on systems and is supported by the system manufacturer rather than Microsoft. The price of such software is lower. There are two important restrictions on OEM licenses: Microsoft does not offer technical support, and the license cannot be transferred to another computer. The cost of OEM software products bundled with systems is not disclosed by Microsoft nor by its partners, as each system manufacturer will define its own bundling price.

Microsoft recommends that system manufacturers have their systems tested, for a fee, as part of the Windows Quality Online Services (Winqual) which includes extensive testing so that no component will cause instability in the Windows operating system due to incompatibility with the Windows operating system or with other system components or their respective drivers. Having a system tested and approved will allow the manufacturer to bear the "Certified for Windows" logo sticker on the exterior of the system, and there are additional benefits for having a tested product. This includes the products being listed on the Windows Marketplace. Because of the fees and extensive requirements, Microsoft acknowledges that smaller system manufacturers may not opt into the program until they produce computer systems at a modest rate and on recurring designs.

Retail

Retail licenses, those purchased from a retail store in complete packaging, are of two sub-types: "Upgrade" and "Full Purchase Product", often abbreviated by Microsoft as FPP. FPP licenses are transferable from one computer to another, provided the previous installation is removed from the old computer. Although upgrade licenses are also transferable, a user must have a previous version of Windows even on the new computer to which they are moving the installation. Retail licenses include installation support for end-users, provided directly by Microsoft.

Volume License

A Volume License is the license given to a software version sold to businesses under a direct purchase agreement with Microsoft, and is sold as an upgrade license only, meaning that a previous license must be available for each new volume license. Volume license versions of Windows XP use a Volume License Key (VLK), which is a product key that does not require product activation. The term "Volume License Key" refers to the ability to use one product key for multiple systems, depending on the type of agreement. Since Windows XP Volume License versions do not require product activation, this led to leaked copies of VLK media and product keys from businesses leading to piracy of Windows XP quickly spreading across the Internet upon early release. Beginning with Service Pack 1, Microsoft's active attempts to search out and blacklist known pirated VLK product keys became well known due to the inability to install the service pack on a system with one of the blacklisted keys. Later, this led to the Windows Genuine Advantage program.

Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)

Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) licenses are preinstalled on, and sold with, pre-assembled computers from system manufacturers. There are two types of OEM product types — those used for "direct OEMs" (major name brands that buy through a direct contract with Microsoft and produce and brand their own media from a Microsoft "Gold Master Copy" by using an authorized Microsoft duplication partner), and those used for "system builders" (local computer shops that buy generic, unbranded kits through authorized Microsoft distributors). Direct OEM product keys will often not activate with system builder installation media because direct OEMs are now required by Microsoft to pre-activate their copies in the factory using their own internal mechanism before delivery to the customer. It is recommended that system builders also pre-activate their systems before delivery, but this is not mandatory.

OEM installations can be customized using the Microsoft OEM Pre-installation Kit with branding, logos, additional applications, optional services, alternate applications for certain Windows components, Internet Explorer links, and various other customizations. All OEM customers must include support and contact information for the initial installation of Windows because it is the responsibility for the OEM to support the Windows installation, and is not provided by Microsoft to the end-user. Direct OEMs must create their own media, but have the option of creating their own custom recovery solution, which may or may not be similar to a generic installation. Direct OEMs may provide a recovery partition on the hard drive as the custom recovery solution rather than providing disc-based media with the computer.

Some end-users have found this to be a troublesome option, because in the event of an out-of-warranty hard drive failure, they may not have access to any installation media in order to reinstall Windows onto a new hard drive. System builders are not allowed the option to create a custom recovery CD/DVD media. The only deliverable media available for a system builder to give to the end-user is the unbranded OEM system builder hologram media kit. Because of this, when end-users reformat their hard drives and re-install from the installation media, they lose all the custom branding and support information that the system builder would have included.

As a supplemental recovery method to a CD/DVD-based installation, a system builder may employ a fully customized recovery solution on the hard drive. Whether utilizing a recovery partition or not, a system builder must still include the original generic OEM system builder hologram CD/DVD media kit. OEM licenses are not transferable from one computer to another. Every computer sold/resold with an OEM license must include all of the original installation media or recovery solution, documentation, Certificate of Authenticity, and product key sticker with the sale. Microsoft requires that all OEM system manufacturers include as part of the configuration the Windows Out-of-Box Experience (OOBE), which is the initial setup wizard encountered the first time Windows boots up. It is also required that value-added resellers (VAR's), retailers, and general resellers not tamper with the OEM's customized OOBE mechanism unless under permission by the OEM, and it is a recommended configuration for systems that are privately resold so that a customer will have a like-new computer experience upon first boot-up.

OEM licenses are to be installed by professional system manufacturers only. Under Microsoft's OEM License Agreement, they are not to be sold to end-users under any circumstance, and are to be preinstalled on a computer using the OEM Pre-installation Kit (OPK) before shipment to the customer, and must include at the very least the manufacturer's support contact information. They are, therefore, designed for installation only on a single computer and are not transferable, even if the original computer is no longer in use. This is not usually an issue for users who purchase new computer systems, because most pre-assembled systems are shipped with a preinstalled operating system. There are few circumstances where Microsoft will allow the transfer of an OEM license from one non-functioning system to another, but the OEM System Builder License Agreement (SBLA), as well as the OEM End User License Agreement (EULA) do not contain any allowance for this, so it is entirely up to Microsoft's discretion, depending on the situation.

Non-use by end user

In the event that end users decides that they do not wish to use a preinstalled version of Windows, Microsoft's software license agreement provides that the software may be returned to the OEM for a refund. Despite refusal of some manufacturers to honor the entitlement, it has been enforced by courts in some countries.

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clip_image001[4]CommView for WiFi 7.0 Build 743 + WiFi Hacking Tutorial - SceneD-setup

Overview

CommView for WiFi is a powerful wireless network monitor and analyzer for 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac networks. Loaded with many user-friendly features, CommView for WiFi combines performance and flexibility with an ease of use unmatched in the industry.

CommView for WiFi captures every packet on the air to display important information such as the list of access points and stations, per-node and per-channel statistics, signal strength, a list of packets and network connections, protocol distribution charts, etc. By providing this information, CommView for WiFi can help you view and examine packets, pinpoint network problems, and troubleshoot software and hardware.

clip_image001[6]CommView for WiFi includes a VoIP module for in-depth analysis, recording, and playback of SIP and H.323 voice communications.

Packets can be decrypted utilizing user-defined WEP or WPA-PSK keys and are decoded down to the lowest layer. With over 70 supported protocols, this network analyzer allows you to see every detail of a captured packet using a convenient tree-like structure to display protocol layers and packet headers. Additionally, the product provides an open interface for plugging in custom decoding modules.

A number of case studies describe real-world applications of CommView for WiFi in business, government, and education sectors.

CommView for WiFi is a comprehensive and affordable tool for wireless LAN administrators, security professionals, network programmers, or anyone who wants to have a full picture of the WLAN traffic. This application runs on Windows XP / Vista/ 7 / 8 or Windows Server 2003 / 2008 / 2012 (both 32- and 64-bit versions) and requires a compatible wireless network adapter. You can also run CommView for WiFi on Macs. To view the list of the adapters that have been tested and are compatible with CommView for WiFi, click on the link below:

SUPPORTED ADAPTERS

If your wireless card is not on the list, please click here for the technical information, or take advantage of our special offer and get a compatible adapter free of charge!

What you can do with CommView for WiFi

·         Scan the air for WiFi stations and access points.

·         Capture 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, and 802.11ac WLAN traffic.

·         Specify WEP or WPA keys to decrypt encrypted packets.

·         View detailed per-node and per-channel statistics.

·         View detailed IP connections statistics: IP addresses, ports, sessions, etc.

·         Reconstruct TCP sessions.

·         Configure alarms that can notify you about important events, such as suspicious packets, high bandwidth utilization, unknown addresses, rogue access points, etc.

·         View protocol "pie" charts.

·         Monitor bandwidth utilization.

·         Browse captured and decoded packets in real time.

·         Search for strings or hex data in captured packet contents.

·         Log individual or all packets to files.

·         Load and view capture files offline.

·         Import and export packets in Sniffer®, EtherPeek™, AiroPeek™, Observer®, NetMon, Tcpdump, hex, and text formats.

·         Export any IP address to SmartWhois for quick, easy IP lookup.

·         Capture data from multiple channels simultaneously using several USB adapters.

·         Capture A-MPDU and A-MSDU packets.

·         Simulate access points.

·         And much more!

Who needs CommView for WiFi

·         WLAN administrators.

·         Security professionals.

·         Home users who are interested in monitoring their WLAN traffic.

·         Programmers developing software for wireless networks.

An evaluation version is available in the Download Area.

To purchase this product, add it to the shopping cart (see the link at the top right corner of this page) or visit the Product Catalog. If you purchased this product in the past and would like to purchase an upgrade to the latest version, please visit the Upgrades page.

Changelog:

·         A major interface update: new Nodes and Channels tabs, new charts and statistics.

·         Integration with Wi-Spy for spectrum analysis.

OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8

Language: MultiLanguage [ML]

Home Page: http://www.tamos.com/

Sniffer® is a registered trademark of Network General Corporation. EtherPeek™ and AiroPeek™ and trademarks of WildPackets, Inc. Observer® is a registered trademark of Network Instruments, LLC. Microsoft®, Windows®, and Windows NT® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Other product names and brand names are trademarks of their respective holders.

 

 

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                 Zend.Studio.Professional.Edition.v9.0.1-HERiTAGE                

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Zend Studio Professional Edition version 9.0.1
WAR

Celebrating our History...   Heritage 2011

[ HERiTAGE '2011 PRESENTS ]

Zend Studio Professional Edition v9.0.1
(c) Zend Technologies

SUPPLiER:    HERiTAGE                TYPE:          Utility
PACKAGER:    HERiTAGE                # OF DiSKS:    46 x 5.00 MB
PROTECTiON:  Gone                    RELEASE DATE:  23.12.2011
CRACKER:     HERiTAGE                RATiNG:        Rate it yourself

SYSTEM REQUiREMENTS:   Windows x86 (Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista/7)
800MHz processor, 1024 MB RAM, 700MB HD space

RELEASE NOTES:

Zend Studio is the only Integrated Development Environment (IDE) available
for professional developers providing the capabilities needed to develop
business applications. Features like refactoring, code generation, code
assist and semantic analysis combine to enable rapid application
development on both the server side (in PHP) and the browser side
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Zend Studio provides comprehensive debugging and testing support that
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Zend Studio was designed with cloud development in mind. It allows you to
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HERiTAGE / HERiTAGE 2011

[ HERiTAGE MEMBERS ]

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PHPRunner builds visually appealing web interface for any local or remote MySQL, MS Access, SQL Server and Oracle databases. Your web site visitors will be able to easily search, add, edit, delete and export data in your database. Advanced security options allow to build password-protected members only Web sites easily. PHPRunner is simple to learn so you can build your first project in just fifteen minutes.
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Features:

Easy to use wizard-like interface.
Numerous search modes.
Add, view, edit, copy and delete pages.
Built-in FTP Client to upload PHP pages to the Web server.
Multilingual templates. Ability to choose language while logging in.
Creates password protected PHP pages.
User self-register page, password reminder, change password pages. 

With PHPRunner right out of the box you get a complete web application with a set of web pages that all tie together. All of the pages are professionally designed yet highly customizable and offer a wide range of functionality.

  • Multiple color themes and layouts
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  • So easy to use, you can generate your first PHP website in just minutes
  • No programming required
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Make your website unique! PHPRunner provides you with multiple website layouts, color schemes and advanced WYSIWYG visual editor giving you all the necessary tools to customize the visual appearance of each page with the ease of drag-n-drop.

  • WYSIWYG Visual Editor with drag-n-drop capabilities
  • Multilingual templates. Ability to choose language while logging in
  • Images and documents support
  • Easy integration with existing website
  • Powerful Charts and Reports builder
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PHPRunner supports MySQL, SQL Server, MS Access, Oracle, PostgreSQL, DB2, Informix, SQLite, as well as any ODBC-enabled database. If you don't have a database, the software will help you create one.

PHPRunner lets you connect to your local database or a database located on a remote server. If you have a remote MySQL database, which does not allow direct connections, you will be able to connect to it using "PHP proxy" method.

PHPRunner offers a large number of application templates - ready-made themed websites with complete graphical interface and database structure. All of the templates are easy to work with and completely customizable. The template could be used as a stand alone website, or could be integrated with other PHPRunner web applications. Some of the templates available with PHPRunner are: cars, classified ads, knowledge base, real estate, job listings, and news.

Benefits of using PHPRunner are:

Can save you time and money.
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Create robust, easy to modify code.
Easy to use, you can generate your first PHP web site in just fifteen minutes.
No programming required.


What PHPRunner can do for me:

Collect user's information.
Phone/address book.
News articles.
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Web-based database searching & data entry.
Web-based reporting.
Members only password protected web sites.

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Expression Studio 4 Ultimate

  • create rich experiences for desktop and web
  • build standards-based website with cross browser debugging support
  • prototype your ideas rapidly with efficient client feedback enablement
  • encode easily to a wide array of video file formats

 

Whether you are creating content for the Web, developing apps for the desktop or phone, encoding live or on demand video, the Expression tools provide the capabilities you need to deliver better results for your clients.

Customers today want applications with great performance and beautiful user experiences. Combining your skills with UX development tools like Expression Blend enable you to create apps that have the functionality of a traditional desktop app combined with a sophisticated, unique and modern user experience.

The speed and flexibility of the workflow between SketchFlow, Blend and Visual Studio encourage you to work beyond the limits of what you thought were possible, ensuring you deliver exceptional results for your customers time after time.

Customers today want applications with great performance and beautiful user experiences. Combining your skills with UX development tools like Expression Blend enable you to create apps that have the functionality of a traditional desktop app combined with a sophisticated, unique and modern user experience.

The speed and flexibility of the workflow between SketchFlow, Blend and Visual Studio encourage you to work beyond the limits of what you thought were possible, ensuring you deliver exceptional results for your customers time after time.

Video these days is by no means simple. Bit rate, bandwidth, platform choice – there’s a long list of factors you need to take into consideration. This kind of complexity means that tool choice is critical. You need a tool that is powerful enough to compress video without sacrificing quality, and flexible enough to deliver that video to a variety of platforms. You also need a tool that isn’t going to break the bank.

Expression Encoder 4 Pro is that tool. A powerful software encoder, video editor, and SDK that helps you deliver high-quality video to your customers across multiple platforms. Give your video the love it deserves.

With your development skills and our award-winning tools you can deliver compelling Windows Phone 7 & 7.5 apps quickly and easily. In fact it's never been easier to create a beautiful well architected phone app.

The free Windows Phone SDK includes Expression Blend 4 for Windows Phone, Visual Studio 2010 for Windows Phone Express, XNA Game Studio, and the Windows Phone emulator which together provide a seamless development experience. Experiment, customize and style your UX with subtle animations and transitions that add richness and life to your apps.

 

What is included in Expression Studio 4 Ultimate?

Expression Blend®

Expression Blend, Visual Studio, Silverlight and .NET provide a seamless design and development workflow. Ideas evolve from your initial prototyping with SketchFlow, a feature included with Expression Studio Ultimate, to the completed project quickly and effectively, enabling you to create compelling applications for your customers.

Expression Blend 4 Service Pack now available.

Expression Web + SuperPreview

Microsoft® Expression® Web gives you the tools you need – PHP, HTML/XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, visual diagnostics, cross-browser debugging features & sophisticated CSS design capability – to produce high-quality, standards-based web sites.Expression Web 4 Service Pack now available.

Expression Encoder Pro

With Expression Encoder Pro, encode a wide array of video file formats, stream live, or screen capture your PC. Make simple edits and enhance your media with overlays and advertising. Choose from a range of player templates and publish rich media experiences with Microsoft Silverlight.

Expression Design

Microsoft® Expression Design 4 is the perfect companion to Expression Blend or Expression Web. Leverage existing artwork or use drawing tools to quickly build vector assets with their fidelity maintained throughout the entire design-development workflow.

 

Borland C++ Builder 6 Enterprise Edition 2 CD 2011 + Crack | 920MB

 

Borland C ++ Builder 6 Enterprise Edition 2 CD 2011 + Crack

The most complete version of the popular visual programming system under Windows for developing applications and databases. Support for Win2000/Me/Office2000, technologies Client-Server, Web-applications, the ability to develop programs for Linux.

Borland Delphi - an integrated development environment software for Microsoft Windows in the language of Delphi (formerly bore the name of the Object Pascal), originally created by Borland and currently owned and developed by Embarcadero Technologies.

Year: 2011
Developer: Borland Software
Platform: Windows 9X/NT
Compatibility with Vista / 7: yes
System Requirements: x86 (i386 compatible PC with Microsoft Windows)
Language: English

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Runtime Raid Reconstructor v4.30

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Runtime Raid Reconstructor v4.30

Recover data from a broken RAID Level 5 or RAID Level 0 Array. Even if you do not know the RAID parameters, such as drive order and block size, RAID Reconstructor will analyze your drives and determine the correct values. You will then be able to create a copy of the reconstructed RAID in an image file or on a physical drive.


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RAID Reconstructor V4.30

Recover Data from a broken RAID Level 5 or 0 Array

System Requirements: Pentium processor 32 MB RAM. Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8. Disk controller card capable of handling all the drives in your RAID individually, and storage space for holding the reconstructed RAID.

Runtime Raid Reconstructor v4.30

Product Highlights

  • Recover data from a broken RAID Array
  • Recovers both hardware and software RAID
  • Automatically finds RAID parameters
  • Destriper and Analyzer
  • Safe, read-only design
  • Run from the Runtime Live CD or a WinPE boot CD-ROM
Runtime's RAID Reconstructor will help you recover data from broken:
  • RAID Level 5 Array consisting of 3 to 14 drives
  • RAID Level 0 Array (Striping) consisting of 2 to 14 drives

Even if you do not know the RAID parameters, such as start sector, drive order, block size and direction of rotation, RAID Reconstructor will analyze your drives and determine the correct values. You will then be able to create a copy of the reconstructed RAID in a virtual image (.vim), an image file (.img) or on a physical drive.

Unlike other products that require you to know the RAID parameters, RAID Reconstructor is not only a "destriper" but an "analyzer" as well. It finds the unknown parameters for you.

Once you created an image you can either mount it with Captain Nemo or use it for further data recovery processing with Runtime's GetDataBack. If you create the image on another physical drive, you can process it with Captain Nemo or GetDataBack too or you might even be able to directly boot from it.

Watch these screenshots on how you recover your files using RAID Reconstructor together with Captain Nemo.

NEW: If you want to recover a broken NAS RAID, you might be interested in our new all-in-one NAS Data Recovery software.
NEW: If you want to recover a broken Windows RAID, you might be interested in our new all-in-one 
RAID Recovery for Windows
software.

RAID Reconstructor is safe and read-only.

It will not try to "fix" your RAID. It will merely create a copy of your RAID at another location. It will collect sector by sector from each single drive involved and write these sectors in the correct order to the designated destination. This process is also called "de-striping".

Because one drive is redundant in RAID 5, it is sufficient to have one less than the original number of drives (N) in the array. RAID Reconstructor can recalculate the original data from the N-1 drives. For a RAID-0 (striped) array you will need all drives.

The RAID Reconstructor will recover both, hardware and software RAIDs. It will recover from broken Windows Dynamic Disk sets.

RaidProbe - Let us find the correct RAID parameters for you!

A RaidProbe can be taken if you do not find your RAID's correct parameters. Take advantage of our experience. If your RAID is recoverable, we will find the parameters! 

Free lifetime updates

RAID Reconstructor comes with free updates for the lifetime of the software. Other than with competitors who require you to buy a new version every year, our first RAID Reconstructor customers are still enjoying the newest versions of our software!

Take advantage of the scripting feature in RAID Reconstructor

Based on the PASCAL programming language, scripts allow you to access your drives and process them with all the elements available in a higher programming language. For more information please refer to the build-in help file in the software.

 

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RAID Recovery for Windows

Recovery for NTFS-formatted Windows RAIDs, includes hardware RAIDs and Windows software RAIDs. Supports RAID-0 and RAID-5 configurations

Product Highlights

  • Recover NTFS-formatted Windows RAIDs, including hardware RAID and Windows software RAIDs,, within minutes
  • Supports RAID-0 and RAID-5 configuration
  • No other software needed
  • Finds RAID parameters, such as start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order automatically
  • Easy to use wizard, no user input required, fully automated recovery
  • Run from the Runtime Live CD or a WinPE boot CD-ROM
Data Recovery Software for Windows RAIDs

RAID Recovery for Windows recovers the entire content of your broken RAID within minutes. You will be able to copy the files and folders over to another disk.

RAID Recovery for Windows works for NTFS-formatted RAID-0 or RAID-5 configurations. It supports both, hardware RAIDs managed by the mother board or a controller card, and software RAIDs managed by Windows (dynamic disk arrays).

Remove the drives from the RAID controller and attach them locally to your machine. Make sure the drives are all recognized by Windows Disk Management. If you are trying to recover a RAID-5, it is Ok to attach one drive less than the total number of drives in that RAID. RAID Recovery for Windows also works with images of your drives.

Install RAID Recovery for Windows to your computer and start the program. In Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 you need to right-click the program icon and select "Run as Administrator".

A wizard will guide you through the recovery. A couple of minutes later, an Explorer-like window will show all recoverable files and folders. Now you can copy your files over to another disk. You can also view many file types before copying them, e.g. pictures, documents, etc.

RAID Recovery for Windows is easy to use. It automatically finds all parameters needed for the recovery, such as RAID start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order. Everybody is now able to recover his own RAID. No data recovery background required. No need to buy any other software.

Supported RAIDs:

  • NTFS-formatted RAID-0 and RAID-5 controlled by the motherboard or a RAID controller card (hardware RAID)
  • NTFS-formatted RAID-0 and RAID-5 administered by Windows (Windows software RAID)
RAID Recovery for Windows additional features:
  • A file viewer, which allows you to see the content of almost any file
  • A search function, which enables you to do extensive search for containing text or files
  • Run RAID Recovery for Windows from our Runtime Live CD or a BartPE boot CD-ROM

 

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Runtime NAS Data Recovery 1.22 Incl RegKey | 1,68Mb

Recovery for XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted NAS devices, e.g. Buffalo, Seagate, Western Digital, DLink, or Iomega. Supports single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, and RAID-5 configuration.

Recover XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted NAS devices, such as Buffalo, Seagate, Western Digital, DLink, or Iomega, within minutes. Supports single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-5 configuration. Finds NAS RAID parameters, such as start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order automatically. Easy to use wizard, no user input required, fully automated recovery.

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Product Highlights:

* Recover XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted NAS devices, such as Buffalo, Seagate, Western Digital, DLink, or Iomega, within minutes
* Supports single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-5 configuration
* No other software needed
* Finds NAS RAID parameters, such as start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order automatically
* Easy to use wizard, no user input required, fully automated recovery
* Run from a WinPE boot CD-ROM


Supported NAS devices:

* All Buffalo, DLink, Seagate, Western Digital, or Iomega NAS devices configured as single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, or RAID-5
* XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted NAS devices from other manufacturers


Installation
Unpack, install, Use RegKey to Register
Enjoy

 

NAS Data Recovery

Recovery for XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted NAS devices, e.g. Buffalo, Seagate, Western Digital, DLink, or Iomega. Supports single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, and RAID-5 configuration 

System Requirements: Pentium Processor - 1 GB RAM 
Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, Windows 7, or Windows 8

Runtime NAS Data Recovery 1.22 Incl RegKey

Product Highlights

  • Recover XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted NAS devices, such as Buffalo, Seagate, Western Digital, DLink, or Iomega, within minutes
  • Supports single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-5 configuration
  • No other software needed
  • Finds NAS RAID parameters, such as start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order automatically
  • Easy to use wizard, no user input required, fully automated recovery
  • Run from the Runtime Live CD or a WinPE boot CD-ROM

Network Attached Storage (NAS) Recovery Software

NAS Data Recovery recovers the entire content of your broken NAS within minutes. You will be able to copy the files and folders over to another disk.

NAS Data Recovery works for all XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, or RAID-5 NAS stations from manufacturers such as Buffalo, Seagate, Western Digital, DLink, or Iomega.

Remove the drives from your NAS station and attach them locally to your machine. Make sure the drives are all recognized by Windows Disk Management. If you are trying to recover a RAID-5, it is Ok to attach one drive less than the total number of drives in that NAS. NAS Data Recovery also works with images of your drives.

Install NAS Data Recovery to your computer and start the program. In Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 you need to right-click the program icon and select "Run as Administrator".

A wizard will guide you through the recovery. A couple of minutes later, an Explorer-like window will show all recoverable files and folders. Now you can copy your files over to another disk. You can also view many file types before copying them, e.g. pictures, documents, etc.

NAS Data Recovery is easy to use. It automatically finds all parameters needed for the recovery, such as RAID start sector, stripe size, rotation, and drive order. Everybody is now able to recover his own NAS. No data recovery background required. No need to buy any other software.

Watch our YouTube tutorial.

Supported NAS devices:

  • All Buffalo, DLink, Seagate, Western Digital, or Iomega NAS devices configured as single-drive, RAID-0, RAID-1, or RAID-5
  • XFS- or EXT2FS-formatted NAS devices from other manufacturers
NAS Data Recovery additional features:
  • A file viewer, which allows you to see the content of almost any file
  • A search function, which enables you to do extensive search for containing text or files
  • Run NAS Data Recovery from the Runtime Live CD or a BartPE boot CD-ROM
Other RAID recovery resources

If you want to recover a Windows RAID, check out our RAID Recovery for Windows software. For other kinds of RAIDs see our RAID Reconstructor software. If you need help with an exotic RAID, check out out RaidProbe service.

 

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