Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by Cutting_Edgetech, Feb 14, 2011.
I have the latest build of WAR and have no problem with SD.
I have the latest version on my desktop and tried to commit a file via right click button and it crashed
I downloaded the latest version 188.8.131.525 from the Shadow Defender website but I'm getting a 7-zip error when trying to run the installer on my 32-bit Windows XP system. The System Requirements for this latest version say that Windows XP is still supported.
Anyone else had this problem on a Windows XP system?
EDIT: I've now tried extracting all the files from the self-extracting archive setup file then running the Setup.exe installer from within the extracted Setup_x86 folder, but I get an error saying that the installer is not a valid Win32 application. I imagine this is the reason for the 7-zip error when running the self-extracting installer. I'm now thinking this may be more to do with my system being 32-bit than the OS version. It looks like the 32-bit version of the installer is corrupt.
If i look at setup.exe and the other executables with Exeinfo PE or PEStudio, the OS-version is showing 6.0. This is higher than the OS-version of XP (=5.1)
It seems that the new version is without XP-support
Shadow Defender 184.108.40.2068:
Shadow Defender 220.127.116.115:
who cares, XP is dead since SP3, no new features so why saddle a dead horse? the latest patch was for win10 RS2.
Thanks for sharing this really valuable information
For users of XP there is now an additional "Windows XP/2003 Installation Package" available on the website.
It was published today.
Hi, Thanks mood,
Yes I was just about to post
Hi Patrick, Please download http://www.shadowdefender.com/download/SD18.104.22.1685_SetupXP.exe Best regards, Tony On 04/21/2017 18:09, Admin wrote: Hi Tony, Is the XP operating system still supported in Shadow Defender 22.214.171.1245? https://www.wilderssecurity.com/thr...hadow-defender-support-thread.293075/page-201
best wishes Patrick
Oh goody! -- our school still has quite a few XP PCs humming along very nicely (with SD's protection). My thanks to mood & Patrick.
Thank you mood and Patrick.
No sens in this question...so It does not make sense to deal with it.
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