64-bit system boot info and tools

  • XPAJ: Reversing a Windows x64 Bootkit

    Start64!The number of bootkits is steadily growing. All kinds of new bootkits are appearing: sophisticated and simple, serving different purposes (such as rootkits or ransomware Trojans). Malware writers are not above analyzing their competitors’ malicious code.

  • SixtyFour

    Start64!SixtyFour lists apps that will open in 64-bit mode and facilitates the changing of a preference to force the apps to open in 32-bit mode.

  • CMOS De-Animator 64bit version

    Start64!New version! - CMOS De-Animator is a service utility which allows you to invalidate the checksum of your system's CMOS memory, resetting all settings to default and clearing any stored BIOS passwords (if any) upon re-boot. The main advantage of my utility is, that it can work under every Windows operating system, and no administrator privileges are required!

  • MbrFix64

    Start64!Tool to fix or create Master Boot Record (MBR) on harddisks, for instance when using Windows PE. With an x64-edition as well as the 32-bit edition. Now with experimental support for Windows Vista MBR! The new version has some new, cool features, like creating DOS boot sectors, changing partition types, etc!

  • Atsiv for Windows XP/2K3/Vista 32 and 64 bit editions

    Start64!Atsiv is a command line tool that allows the user to load and unload signed or unsigned drivers on 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows XP, Windows 2K3 and Windows Vista. Atsiv is designed to provide compatibility for legacy drivers and to allow the hobbyist community to run unsigned drivers without rebooting with special boot options or denial of service under Vista.

  • How to set up a 64-bit test environment easily

    Start64!A new operating system has a lot of attractive features, and many would probably switch over to it at once if it offered that quantity of software from the time of its introduction that users have grown accustomed to. In the case of the 64-bit Windows, Microsoft promises full compatibility on the level of user programs.

  • BootPart - 64bit boot manager utility

    Start64!Installing several operating systems on one computer can be especially important during the phase of changeover. These systems often reside on different partitions of the same hard drive. After turning the computer on, a boot manager program is used to choose the operating system to be booted up. BootPart is in fact not a boot manager but helps to configure the existing boot manager. 

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