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Started by Jeremy Collake, September 24, 2010, 09:21:31 PM
QuoteWARNING: The beta is currently incompatible with Windows 2000 and XP pre-SP2. We plan to address this by final release.
Quote# v3.99.33 beta# Fix.All: (beta2beta) Restored Windows XP pre-SP2 compatibility to this beta series
Quote from: Jibz on October 12, 2010, 01:24:51 PMSince you mention VS2010, I am guessing it could be caused by the CRT no longer supporting Win2K and WinXP pre-SP2, as noted <a href="http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ws0swas0.aspx">here</a>.While you can set the subsystem to 5.0 through the linker, it is my understanding that the CRT calls functions in kernel32.dll that were not present in earlier versions of Windows (EncodePointer/DecodePointer), so depending on what you are doing it may still not work.
Quote2. It doesn't show any processes in the "All processes" area, at least for the current user. If I enable managing other users, it shows the processes for System only.
Quote from: boco on October 18, 2010, 07:34:25 PMI just retested, and even started a few processes (Notepad, Calc etc.), but nothing is showing up in the "All Processes" tab. If I switch to "Active Processes", about 15-20 processes show immediately, including rules, CPU, memory et al. Fully functional. So it is ONLY the "All Processes" tab which doesn't show anything...
QuoteCould it be a dependency problem (DLL hell)?
Quote from: boco on November 19, 2010, 10:02:36 AMFinally got around to testing the new version 4 (Final) under Windows 2000. It now works reasonably well, though the user column is kinda useless now (as every process now displays as System). But that's a small price to pay and Windows 2000 is a dying platform. Just wanted to let you know.
QuoteDid it show the usernames to you in v3.84?
QuoteI could 'fake it' if you wanted
QuoteBTW and OT, for my development virtual machine I have went back to XP myself. For a VM, nothing performs better. I tried Win7, but it just isn't as snappy in the confines of a VM. I guess that's because of the DWM (Desktop Window Manager) in Vista+, it still drains a lot of resources for the Basic theme though Aero is unavailable (except VMWare). If you stop and disable that service it should switch back to Classic theme and behave better. The service with support for Luna theme is called ''Themes'' in XP. I personally use VirtualBox.