ntdll: Add Windows XP x64
kennybobs at o2.co.uk
Fri Apr 15 09:07:20 CDT 2011
Yep. That makes more sense. It's certainly beyond my capability.
The only problem then is people wanting to run 32-bit apps with 16-bit
code on a 64-bit system in XP mode might have all kinds of problems if
the app first checks which kernel is in use - MS in their obvious wisdom
have removed the 16-bit VM from XP x64, so there probably still needs to
be an option to choose the kernel version.
AFAIK it's only XP that has this problem, other 32/64 versions use the
same build numbers. Hurray for Windows.
On 15/04/11 14:19, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> Ken Sharp<kennybobs at o2.co.uk> writes:
>> Windows XP x64 has an updated kernel to XP, so just setting XP in
>> winecfg will still cause apps to fail. IE8 for XP x64 is an example.
> This should most likely be done automatically on 64-bit.
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