Windows 10: x64 DVD Won’t boot
I have no desire to be argumentative, but:
EMT64 = PAE? I don't think so.
I believe EMT64 = AMD64, more or less.
The Intel archive has failed me in the past in providing information on those funky extra requirements (e. g., CMPXCHG16b) for running X64 under Win 10 (or Win 8.1). (No, I don't pretend to understand them.) Absence of mention may not equal absence.
I don't disagree with your recommendations. I'm just not absolutely certain that Win 10 X64 can't be installed on this ancient hardware, pointless though it might be.
C'mon - argument is what drives change
Fair enough though ... I worded it poorly perhaps
Not EMT64=PAE, rather as you say EMT64 = AMD64, both of which indicate PAE instruction support
I'm wondering if the question is: How do I get Windows to use the 4 GB of RAM - it only reports 3 GB usable.
This is a question many people have.
Physical Memory = 4GB RAM
Graphics Memory = 0.5 to 1.0 GB RAM
Usable Memory = 3.0 to 3.5 RAM
PAE allows addressing above 4GB, but there's only 4 GB in the machine.
Even with an x64 install and 6 GB, there is still 0.5 GB used by my graphics card.
I agree that it might be possible to install x64 and also agree it might be pointless. You might be able to get around the pre-install checks but what happens when the next Feature update comes down?
There are some HACKS that implement Server instead of Client deployment, but still, there's only 4 GB of PhysMem.
We can argue (classical sense - debate/discuss ... I don't mind ) these things, but only hard data is definitive.
I'll bow out until Christine posts Coreinfo that shows the instruction set supported by the CPU.
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