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Windows XP 64-Bit Edition Version 2003
Windows XP 64-Bit Edition Version 2003

Windows XP 64-Bit Edition Version 2003 (Itanium 2) for Itanium-based machines

Release Date: 28.03.2003 Developer: Microsoft Bit depth: 64bit

Language: English Tablet: None Size: 501 MB

The only version of Windows for workstations based on Itanium. Everything else that MS released for Itanium is a Server-edition. A very rare image, once ran into a donkey, but without the key.

Based on code Server 2003 SP1, so approach it all upgrade from Server 2003 64-bit Edition AKA Server 2003 for Itanium Systems (but need to put them in a tricky).

"This publication was developed specifically for workstations with IA-64 microprocessors and Itanium. This edition of Windows XP is no longer developing since 2005, after HP stopped developing workstation microprocessors Itanium. Support for this architecture was left in the server versions of the operating system Windows. "

Ext. Information: Since Itanium'nye machines use EFI instead of BIOS, need a separate partition your disks. Read here

In the case of HP you need to drive HP SmartSetup CD "Essentials Foundation Pack for Linux". Take the company's website.

Citing the "Windows XP 64-Bit Edition supports up to 16 GB of RAM" a phrase from a document (the link given above), this OS is the restriction on the number of visible RAM - up to 16 GB, inclusive, it is possible to contemplate on the first screenshot, at the actually on this machine installed 24 GB of RAM.

Also there is a limit on the number of CPUs that can use - "Windows XP 64-Bit Edition is designed to support up to two symmetric Intel Itanium 2 processors".

MD5: 15b640091ae53de3224ce58ae40a86a8

System requirements: Server / workstation processor Itanium 2