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Old Yesterday, 07:14 AM   #141
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Default Re: Some serious security bug in INTEL CPUs?? Since Westmere possibly

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Yep, Intel fucked it up on CPUs that aren't able to run Windows 8.1 or later in 64bit mode.

Maybe its possible to rip out the Harddrive, put it in a modern PC and deinstall the update and block it for now.
FUCK, M$ fucked it up, Not Intel...
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Old Yesterday, 09:23 AM   #142
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Default Re: Some serious security bug in INTEL CPUs?? Since Westmere possibly

i suspect they plotted it together.
before you apply a cpu patch you need to i.d. the cpu.
and i dont just mean the make.

so that code is intentionally targetting amd cpu-id's
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Old Yesterday, 09:25 AM   #143
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Default Re: Some serious security bug in INTEL CPUs?? Since Westmere possibly

btw, more fuckings from Intel!
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/01..._amt_insecure/

so now your laptop is only as secure as "ctrl-p"
almost as funny as the win95 login box you bypassed by closing it!
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