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Go to Control Panel > System on the left side of the screen click on Advance System Setting. the System properties will open...click on Advanced , in the screen on Performance box click on Settings ...here the Performance options box will open, click on Data Execution Prevention(DEP) box, and you change the setting here as your wish.

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My google chrome crashed and everytime i click on it a message says DEP has closed it


To use hardware-enforced DEP, you must meet all the following conditions:
  1. The computer's processor must support hardware-enforced DEP.

    Many recent processors support hardware-enforced DEP. Both Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Intel Corporation have defined and shipped Windows-compatible architectures that are compatible with DEP. This processor support may be known as NX (no-execute) or XD (execute disable) technology. To determine whether your computer's processor supports hardware-enforced DEP, contact the manufacturer of your computer.
  2. Hardware-enforced DEP must be enabled in the BIOS.

    On some computers, you can disable processor support for hardware-enforced DEP in the BIOS. You must not disable this support. Depending on your computer manufacturer, the option to disable this support may be labeled "Data Execution Prevention," "XD," "Execute Disable," or "NX."
  3. The computer must have Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 installed.

    Note Both 32-bit versions and 64-bit versions of Windows support hardware-enforced DEP. Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 and Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 include all the features and components of Windows XP SP2.
  4. Hardware-enforced DEP must be enabled for programs on the computer.

    In 64-bit versions of Windows, hardware-enforced DEP is always enabled for 64-bit native programs. However, depending on your configuration, hardware-enforced DEP may be disabled for 32-bit programs.
For more information about DEP, about DEP configuration, and for a list of Windows Operating Systems that support hardware DEP, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:875352 A detailed description of the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) feature in Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, and Windows Server 2003For information about how to configure memory protection in Windows XP with Service Pack 2, visit the following Microsoft Web site:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc700810.aspx

To confirm that hardware DEP is working in WindowsTo confirm that hardware DEP is working in Windows, use one of the following methods.Method 1: Use the Wmic command-line toolYou can use the Wmic command-line tool to examine the DEP settings. To determine whether hardware-enforced DEP is available, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type cmd in the Open box, and then click OK.
  2. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:wmic OS Get DataExecutionPrevention_AvailableIf the output is "TRUE," hardware-enforced DEP is available.
To determine the current DEP support policy, follow these steps.
  1. Click Start, click Run, type cmd in the Open box, and then click OK.
  2. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:wmic OS Get DataExecutionPrevention_SupportPolicyThe value returned will be 0, 1, 2 or 3. This value corresponds to one of the DEP support policies that are described in the following table.
DataExecutionPrevention_SupportPolicy property valuePolicy LevelDescription2OptIn (default configuration)Only Windows system components and services have DEP applied3OptOutDEP is enabled for all processes. Administrators can manually create a list of specific applications which do not have DEP applied1AlwaysOnDEP is enabled for all processes0AlwaysOffDEP is not enabled for any processesNote To verify that Windows is running with hardware DEP enabled, examine the DataExecutionPrevention_Driversproperty of the Win32_OperatingSystem class. In some system configurations, hardware DEP may be disabled by using the /nopae or /execute switches in the Boot.ini file. To examine this property, type the following command at a command prompt:wmic OS Get DataExecutionPrevention_DriversMethod 2: Use the graphical user interfaceTo use the graphical user interface to determine whether DEP is available, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type wbemtest in the Open box, and then click OK.
  2. In the Windows Management Instrumentation Tester dialog box, click Connect.
  3. In the box at the top of the Connect dialog box, type root\cimv2, and then click Connect.
  4. Click Enum Instances.
  5. In the Class Info dialog box, type Win32_OperatingSystem in the Enter superclass name box, and then click OK.
  6. In the Query Result dialog box, double-click the top item.

    Note This item starts with "Win32_OperatingSystem.Name=Microsoft..."
  7. In the Object editor dialog box, locate the DataExecutionPrevention_Available property in the Properties area.
  8. Double-click DataExecutionPrevention_Available.
  9. In the Property Editor dialog box, note the value in the Value box.
If the value is TRUE, hardware DEP is available.Notes
  • To determine the mode in which DEP is running, examine the DataExecutionPrevention_SupportPolicy property of the Win32_OperatingSystem class. The table at the end of Method 1 describes each support policy value.
  • To verify that hardware DEP is enabled in Windows, examine the DataExecutionPrevention_Drivers property of the Win32_OperatingSystem class. In some system configurations, hardware DEP may be disabled by using the/nopae or /execute switches in the Boot.ini file.

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Data execution prevention as I am getting this messaGE WHENEVER i GO TO OTHER WEBLINK AND iNTERNET eXPLORER SHUTS OF SO i NEED YOUR HELP


There is two area's that DEP is held One in the perfomance section and the other in IE Firstly we'll fix IE DEP 1. Open up IE and quickly select Tools 2. Select the advanced tab 3. Uncheck the Enable memory protection 4. Restart IE to apply. 1. Start\Control Panel\System and Maintenance\Performance Information and Tools\Adjust visual effect 2. Select the Data execution prevention tab 3. Check the Enable DEP for Essential windows programs and services 4. Restart the computer to apply.Disable DEP using CMD A) In the command prompt, type bcdedit.exe set {current} nx AlwaysOff and press Enter.B You should get a success message back C Close the command prompt. D Restart the computer to apply. Enable DEP using CMD A In the command prompt, type bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx OptIn and press Enter. B You should get a success message back C Close the command prompt. D Restart the computer to apply.
If a program is being closed by DEP, then make sure that it is a DEP compatible version and check for an updated version. If it is not DEP compatible, then you can uninstall the program or turn off DEP for that particular program.Follow the steps below to to close Data execution prevention a. Click on start. b.Right click on Computer and click Properties.c. Click on Advanced system settings.in upper left green area d.Click on the Continue button in the UAC prompt.e Click on the Settings button under Performance section.f Click on the Data Execution Prevention tab. g. Turn DEP On for Essential Windows Vista Programs and Services Only.NOTE: This turns on DEP for only the 32 bit system programs and services. This is the default setting. h.Click on Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only.click on OK to apply. j.Turn DEP On for All Programs and Services Except for the Ones you Select.NOTE: This turns on DEP for every 32 bit program except for the ones that you add to the list. The listed program will have DEP turned off for it.Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select. Click Add to add the programs that you do not want to use the DEP feature. m. Navigate to the program's .exe file that you want to add to the DEP exclusion list and select it, then click on Open. n.Click on OK to apply. b. Restart the computer to apply changes.

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DEP as IE shuts of


There is two area's that DEP is held One in the perfomance section and the other in IE Firstly we'll fix IE DEP 1. Open up IE and quickly select Tools 2. Select the advanced tab 3. Uncheck the Enable memory protection 4. Restart IE to apply.

1. Start Control Panel System and Maintenance Performance Information and Tools Adjust visual effect 2. Select the Data execution prevention tab 3. Check the Enable DEP for Essential windows programs and services 4. Restart the computer to apply.

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Disable DEP using CMD

A) In the command prompt, type bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff and press Enter.
B) You should get a success message back
C) Close the command prompt.
D) Restart the computer to apply.

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Enable DEP using CMD

A) In the command prompt, type bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx OptIn and press Enter.
B) You should get a success message back
C) Close the command prompt.
D) Restart the computer to apply.

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Data protection (DEP ) Can I remove it I have protection without it.


Having DEP is a "good" thing -- your RAM holds "instructions" (such as 'add' or 'multiply') and it holds "data" ('1', 'cat', '2', 'dog').

DEP recognizes the difference between "instructions" and "data", and REFUSES to take a "data" value, and try to interpret as an "instruction". This "prevention" blocks some computer-viruses!

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How do fix this error YAHOOM~1.EXE - Application Error


add the Yahoo messenger.exe in Data execution protection (DEP) exclusion list. This error is comming because you have enabled DEP. I think it will help you to fix the issue.
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Dec 09, 2009 | Yahoo Messenger

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Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application


Please try disable the Data Execution Prevention(DEP) or add the Yahoo messenger.exe in Data execution protection (DEP) exclusion list. This error is comming because you have enabled DEP. I think it will help you to fix the issue.
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Window Vista problem??


If you receive this error message or encounter difficulties when attempting to launch Pro Tools using Windows Vista disabling DEP may solve the problem.

This option disables "Data Execution Prevention", a feature of Windows that can sometimes cause errors. This won’t harm anything, but also isn’t always necessary.

How to Disable DEP:

1. Click "Start"
2. Click "All Programs"
3. Click "Accessories"
4. Right Click on "Command Prompt"
5. Left click on "Run as Administrator"
6. Click the Allow button if it asks you for permission
7. Type or copy and paste this into the command prompt window:

bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff


8. Hit enter and you should see the confirmation: Operation Completed Successfully
9. Reboot and DEP should be off.

If you would like to re-enable DEP enter the following into the command prompt window:
bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOn

Hit enter and you should see the confirmation: Operation Completed Successfully. After restarting the computer, DEP will be re-enabled.

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Easy solution, click start, control panel, system. choose advanced system settings. Under the tab of advanced you will see performance, click on settings for that. Choose the tab that says data execution prevention. Click the button that says turn on DEP for all programs except for the ones I list. Then click on add. The file is in windows, system32 folder c:\windows\system32 and the file name is dllhost.exe You will add it to the list as described and press apply this will prevent the error.

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Windows vista closes my program


Why is Windows closing my program? gl_icon_tip.png Applies to all editions of Windows Vista.
Which edition of Windows Vista am I using? Windows might close a program and then notify you if it determines that the program is either a security risk or incompatible with this version of Windows.
When Windows closes a program because of a security risk, it is because some programs might use your computer's random access memory (RAM) in a way that could be exploited by a virus and harm your computer. Data Execution Prevention (DEP), a security feature of Windows, tracks how programs use memory. If DEP finds memory being used incorrectly, DEP will close the program and let you know. If you trust the program, you can add it to an exceptions list so that DEP won't close it, but you should first check with the manufacturer of the program to see if there is an updated, DEP-compatible version available.
When Windows closes a program because of compatibility issues, it is because some programs could damage Windows if you try to run them. If Windows notices that an incompatible program might harm your computer (for example, by damaging important system files), Windows will close the program and notify you. Check with the manufacturer of the program to see if an update is available, or check Problem Reports and Solutions in Control Panel to see if a fix from Microsoft is available.
• Open Problem Reports and Solutions by clicking the Start button getopencontent.aspx?assetid=4f6cbd09-148c-4dd8-b1f2-48f232a2fd33&documentset=en-us&renderkey=xml, clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Maintenance, and then clicking Problem Reports and Solutions.
If this dont fix the problem......... id re-store the computer with the restore cd that came with your computer. Good Luck hope this gets your computer back up and going.Please dont for get to Vote. Thank You.gl_head_str.png

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