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Re: Windows 10

Postby Mark H » Sun Apr 12, 2015 3:46 pm

Updated BIOS and ran Windows 8.1 upgrade assistant again. "NX"issue gone, but "Compare/Exchange 128" error came up ](*,) . This is definitely the show stopper for me on the desktop. Not installed on the CPU, also not on Opterons. Probably try the Linux variant on the second drive and dual boot.
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Re: Windows 10

Postby evasive » Mon Apr 13, 2015 1:11 am

Did you reset the bios to factory defaults after the upgrade? That will clean up a lot of errors/mishaps/issues maybe this one as well.
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Re: Windows 10

Postby Mark H » Mon Apr 13, 2015 2:54 am

I did.
Coreinfo-


AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3800+
AMD64 Family 15 Model 43 Stepping 1, AuthenticAMD
HTT * Multicore
HYPERVISOR - Hypervisor is present
VMX - Supports Intel hardware-assisted virtualization
SVM - Supports AMD hardware-assisted virtualization
X64 * Supports 64-bit mode

SMX - Supports Intel trusted execution
SKINIT - Supports AMD SKINIT

NX * Supports no-execute page protection
SMEP - Supports Supervisor Mode Execution Prevention
SMAP - Supports Supervisor Mode Access Prevention
PAGE1GB - Supports 1 GB large pages
PAE * Supports > 32-bit physical addresses
PAT * Supports Page Attribute Table
PSE * Supports 4 MB pages
PSE36 * Supports > 32-bit address 4 MB pages
PGE * Supports global bit in page tables
SS - Supports bus snooping for cache operations
VME * Supports Virtual-8086 mode
RDWRFSGSBASE - Supports direct GS/FS base access

FPU * Implements i387 floating point instructions
MMX * Supports MMX instruction set
MMXEXT * Implements AMD MMX extensions
3DNOW * Supports 3DNow! instructions
3DNOWEXT * Supports 3DNow! extension instructions
SSE * Supports Streaming SIMD Extensions
SSE2 * Supports Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
SSE3 * Supports Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
SSSE3 - Supports Supplemental SIMD Extensions 3
SSE4a - Supports Streaming SIMDR Extensions 4a
SSE4.1 - Supports Streaming SIMD Extensions 4.1
SSE4.2 - Supports Streaming SIMD Extensions 4.2

AES - Supports AES extensions
AVX - Supports AVX intruction extensions
FMA - Supports FMA extensions using YMM state
MSR * Implements RDMSR/WRMSR instructions
MTRR * Supports Memory Type Range Registers
XSAVE - Supports XSAVE/XRSTOR instructions
OSXSAVE - Supports XSETBV/XGETBV instructions
RDRAND - Supports RDRAND instruction
RDSEED - Supports RDSEED instruction

CMOV * Supports CMOVcc instruction
CLFSH * Supports CLFLUSH instruction
CX8 * Supports compare and exchange 8-byte instructions
CX16 - Supports CMPXCHG16B instruction
BMI1 - Supports bit manipulation extensions 1
BMI2 - Supports bit manipulation extensions 2
ADX - Supports ADCX/ADOX instructions
DCA - Supports prefetch from memory-mapped device
F16C - Supports half-precision instruction
FXSR * Supports FXSAVE/FXSTOR instructions
FFXSR * Supports optimized FXSAVE/FSRSTOR instruction
MONITOR - Supports MONITOR and MWAIT instructions
MOVBE - Supports MOVBE instruction
ERMSB - Supports Enhanced REP MOVSB/STOSB
PCLMULDQ - Supports PCLMULDQ instruction
POPCNT - Supports POPCNT instruction
LZCNT - Supports LZCNT instruction
SEP * Supports fast system call instructions
LAHF-SAHF * Supports LAHF/SAHF instructions in 64-bit mode
HLE - Supports Hardware Lock Elision instructions
RTM - Supports Restricted Transactional Memory instructions

DE * Supports I/O breakpoints including CR4.DE
DTES64 - Can write history of 64-bit branch addresses
DS - Implements memory-resident debug buffer
DS-CPL - Supports Debug Store feature with CPL
PCID - Supports PCIDs and settable CR4.PCIDE
INVPCID - Supports INVPCID instruction
PDCM - Supports Performance Capabilities MSR
RDTSCP - Supports RDTSCP instruction
TSC * Supports RDTSC instruction
TSC-DEADLINE - Local APIC supports one-shot deadline timer
TSC-INVARIANT - TSC runs at constant rate
xTPR - Supports disabling task priority messages

EIST - Supports Enhanced Intel Speedstep
ACPI - Implements MSR for power management
TM - Implements thermal monitor circuitry
TM2 - Implements Thermal Monitor 2 control
APIC * Implements software-accessible local APIC
x2APIC - Supports x2APIC

CNXT-ID - L1 data cache mode adaptive or BIOS

MCE * Supports Machine Check, INT18 and CR4.MCE
MCA * Implements Machine Check Architecture
PBE - Supports use of FERR#/PBE# pin

PSN - Implements 96-bit processor serial number

PREFETCHW * Supports PREFETCHW instruction

Maximum implemented CPUID leaves: 00000001 (Basic), 80000018 (Extended).

Logical to Physical Processor Map:
*- Physical Processor 0
-* Physical Processor 1

Logical Processor to Socket Map:
** Socket 0

Logical Processor to NUMA Node Map:
** NUMA Node 0

No NUMA nodes.

Logical Processor to Cache Map:
*- Data Cache 0, Level 1, 64 KB, Assoc 2, LineSize 64
*- Instruction Cache 0, Level 1, 64 KB, Assoc 2, LineSize 64
*- Unified Cache 0, Level 2, 512 KB, Assoc 16, LineSize 64
-* Data Cache 1, Level 1, 64 KB, Assoc 2, LineSize 64
-* Instruction Cache 1, Level 1, 64 KB, Assoc 2, LineSize 64
-* Unified Cache 1, Level 2, 512 KB, Assoc 16, LineSize 64

Logical Processor to Group Map:
** Group 0
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Re: Windows 10

Postby evasive » Mon Apr 13, 2015 5:44 am

Your CPU supports
"CX16 - Supports CMPXCHG16B instruction"
so that cannot be the issue, this is why I asked to set to defaults, there's a chance this thing is set to No in your bios right now.
Check if you can find anything about VT extensions in your bios and set them to enabled.
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Re: Windows 10

Postby Mark H » Mon Apr 13, 2015 6:40 am

Sorry "*" means supported, "-" means not supported. Should have clarified that.

Wonder if a 32bit version would work?
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Re: Windows 10

Postby evasive » Mon Apr 13, 2015 10:16 pm

I would have to check what the requirements are for that, I am not experimenting that much with older hardware these days...
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Re: Windows 10

Postby Mark H » Tue Apr 14, 2015 2:55 am

I'll try the 32bit ISO and let ya know.
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Re: Windows 10

Postby Mark H » Tue Apr 14, 2015 12:16 pm

Tried to install the 32bit version, and the installer wanted the 64bit disc. Tried to install directly from Microsoft Update, and back to the error. Just ain't gonna happen.....
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Re: Windows 10

Postby Karlsweldt » Tue Apr 14, 2015 4:24 pm

May be worth a look.. http://techwiki.hardwarecanucks.com/pro ... /ASUS-A8V/
VIA K8T800Pro + VT8237 - Supports AMD Socket 939 Athlon 64FX/Athlon 64 X2/Athlon 64 - 64 bit CPU support - Dual-channel DDR400 -

If that Asus board has the Via K8T800Pro + VT8237 chipsets, it should be 64-bit compatible.
If not the noted chipsets, maybe only 32-bit design. Or something is disabled in the BIOS.
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Re: Windows 10

Postby Mark H » Tue Apr 14, 2015 6:28 pm

Both board and CPU are 64bit. Problem is not that something is "disabled", it is just not on the CPU. I was trying to see if I could make it work, I can't, and it won't. Still have a few years left on Win 7, by then it will be time for some of the mobo components to start failing. I built the system in '05.
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