Variants of Windows XP for embedded systems have different support policies: Windows XP Embedded SP3 and Windows Embedded for Point of Service SP3 were supported until January and April 2016, respectively. Windows Embedded Standard 2009, which was succeeded by Windows Embedded Standard 7, and Windows Embedded POSReady 2009, which was succeeded by Windows Embedded POSReady 7, were supported until January and April 2019, respectively. These updates, while intended for the embedded editions, could also be downloaded on standard Windows XP with a registry hack, which enabled unofficial patches until April 2019. However, Microsoft advised Windows XP users against installing these fixes, citing incompatibility issues.
Yes, of course! You can easily get Windows 2000 on any Virtual Machine. Virtual Machines like VMware, Virtual box can easily use the ISO image of Windows 2000. As the download link of Windows 2000 ISO image is at the top. Download it and use it inside any Virtual Machine you want.
I got a help desk call about a WIN2K Pro station that kept restarting itself. I ran a memtest and it failed so I changed the RAM and got it to boot into safe mode. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary, so I booted up as usual but it hangs at about 50% when loading windows. I have already disabled devices etc with no avail. It always hangs at the same place. Can I run the repair utility from an XPPro disk since I do not have a 2000pro available to me?
one other thought (i edited the post to add this), as this is windows 2000 pro, it is susceptible to rootkits. if you remember, winxp during sp3 rollout caused bluescreens due to the intel video driver - but, it wasnt the intel video driver, it was a rootkit taking the space of the driver, which pushed the driver out of range, and thusly caused the bluescreens. it was hidden also.
Code Composer Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) for TI's microcontrollers and processors. It comprises a suite of tools used to develop and debug embedded applications. Code Composer Studio is available for download across Windows®, Linux® and macOS® desktops. It can also be used in the cloud by visiting
In order for this import/export feature to work, you must have the appropriate CODEC installed in the ACM. You can see a list of the CODECS installed in your system by accessing (Windows 95/98/ME/2000) the Control Panel | Multimedia -or- Sounds and Multimedia | Devices, or (Windows XP) Control Panel | Sounds and Audio Devices | Hardware. If you do not have an MP3 codec installed there, PowerTracks won't be able to import/convert an .MP3 file, and you will receive a "driver cannot do the requested conversion" error. If you see a codec there and you still get an error, check to see if it is a decode-only codec. On Windows XP - Control Panel | Sounds and Audio Devices | Hardware | Audio Codecs (Properties) | Properties. On Windows Vista, try going to Help | About | Technical Support Information in Windows Media Player. To solve the problem: Due to licensing restrictions and patents on MP3 technology, we can't include MP3 codecs with our software. There are a couple possible solutions - (1) The latest version of Windows Media Player includes an ACM-compatible MP3 codec, l3codecp.acm, which you should find in your Windows\System32 directory, and it can encode MP3's at high bitrates. This codec may or may not be enabled on your computer though. Or, (2) Search online for an MP3 codec that you can download and install. Or, (3) Save your file as a stereo wave file and do the conversion from wave to MP3 in a third party program. 2b1af7f3a8