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Re: FLSHELL
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What's DEP and where and how to disable it?

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I take it your on Vista m8

Data Execution Prevention... the most evil thing ms has thought up in years...
It's supposed to save you from malware.. but most of the time its crazyware itself blocking things
without telling you.. or just plain forgeting what you've told it b4..

with the "old view" active
Control Pannel/System -->> advanced system settings.. under Advanced tab click "settings" in the performance area..
DEP is the last tab.. but oh nelly u only half way now...

You have 2 options.. leave it as is.. or go though every program and tell DEP its safe... and i mean EVERY program windows apps the lot... fauilire to do just that forced my PC to "prevent" windows login... that was a fun week i tell ye..

Best of luck..

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Safest way is not to install programs to the "Program Files" or "Program Files (x86)" folders, as it's those 2 that DEP "interferes" with.

Oh and it also helps to "kill" that PITFA UAC as well

Posted on: 2009/6/20 11:49
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And flshell doesn't support x64 AFAIK.
Well here we go... Now i'm running flshell on x64 ;D
Anyone had experience with that? What kind of bugs can i encounter?
Flserver is running as 32-bit process though, may be in this case flshell is okay?

I had already some strange things happend like kicks with no reason when trying to buy a ship, very seldom though. And i don't even know where are they come from...

Posted on: 2009/7/31 22:29
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Btw! On x64 machine with x64 Os : How about to copy x86 dlls to flshell folder from x86 xp (or google)?

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Safest way is not to install programs to the "Program Files" or "Program Files (x86)" folders, as it's those 2 that DEP "interferes" with.


Hell yeah.. took me a while to work that one out..

Its all C:\ now baby!.. or D:\ but not in the "evil" Program files... grrrrrr even my games & production software has
all been reinstalled "outside" of Proggyfiles..

Worst MS mistake ever!!.. oh that and Vitsa in general... (and i actually like V lol.. but i'm certified carzy!! )

no idea about x64.. i wont go near one.. hear way too many bad things about it (incompatible stuff).. seems it's more of a
hassle than its worth?..

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Nah, x64 is actually more secure, faster and it support a gazillion amount of RAM. 4gb total is getting small (and that includes all other memory, so I barely had a 3gb cap here). Driver problems are mostly a thing of the past; as long as your hardware isn't 5 years old or built by a totally unknown company, it'll have proper 64 bit support.

Posted on: 2009/8/1 14:21
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I agree with Nieckey, i had that same problem and solved it by disabling DEP for flserver.exe.

And flshell doesn't support x64 AFAIK.


Code:
CorFlags /32BIT+ flserver.exe

EDIT: Fiasco

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