Disabling DEP (Data Execution Prevention)

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    ATTENTION! If you have activated a system by activator with bootloader mode (loader), before performing the instructions it will be necessary to turn it off. Do not use this option in the future!

    How to disable DEP:

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    Of Windows 8:

    1) Turn off Secure Boot via BIOS
    2) Follow the instructions for disabling DEP for Windows 7 / Windows Vista

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    Of Windows 7 / Windows Vista:

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    1) click Start;
    2) into the text box Search programs and files, type cmd

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    3) in the list that appears (under the heading Programs), right-click cmd.exe;
    4) from the context menu, select Run as administrator;
    5) enter the password when prompted;
    6) in the open window after a cmd.exe prompt, enter the following command bcdedit.exe / set {current} nx AlwaysOff
    6) Press Enter;
    8) the message The operation completed successfully;

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    9) close the cmd.exe;
    10) restart your PC.

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    Windows XP:

    1) Right-click on "My Computer" or go to the Start menu and right-click on "My Computer."
    2) Click on the "Properties" from the context menu.
    3) Click on the "Advanced" tab.
    4) Click on "Settings" in the "Startup and Recovery"
    5) Click on "Change". Boot.ini will open in notepad.exe.
    6) Change / NoExecute = OptIn in / NoExecute = AlwaysOff.
    7) Save it and reboot your computer.
     
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