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Windows Xp built on Windows XP: Code extracts! - Windows XP is based in Windows 3.1! haha

No, I'm not joking.
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Surfer Wrote the following on 04/10/2007 10:35 AM :
Based on a DOS kernel? WTF have you been smoking? All you have to do is study the boot sequence (you know, the boot loader) and the layout of the first sectors of a hard drive to know that NT, particularly XP, isn't built on top of DOS. That doesn't mean that XP isn't built on the NT 4, 9X core but rather the 9X core is built on the 3.X core and the NT 5 core, while maintaining the 4.0 core, has had enough of the 9X features migrated to make it a bastardized child of the two technologies. If the NT5 core was built on the DOS kernel, that would mean that old DOS viruses that target the boot sectors would still work on XP and they don't. I can't believe you expected us to just fall for your bs when you don't even know what you're talking about. You may be some kind of elecetrical engineer so you may understand the interfaces of a PCI express card and what each pin does but you're not a programmer. Leave the programming stuff to the programmers.


Surfer Wrote the following on 04/11/2007 08:34 AM :
I gotta call him on his crap once in a while or some poor schmuk is going to read it and believe and fry his own sorry self.


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