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How to disable DEP (Data Execution Prevention) in Windows 10 [MiniTool]

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Overview:

This post deals with the term DEP (Date Execution Prevention), DEP deactivation methods for selected programs, DEP shortcut creation, and data recovery of deleted and lost data using MiniTool.

  • What is DEP in Windows 10?
  • How to turn off DEP in Windows 10?
  • How do I know if DEP is on?

What is DEP in Windows 10?

Data Execution Prevention, or DEP (Data Execution Prevention), is a tool built into Windows that provides an extra layer of security for your Windows computer. This can help protect your computer from virus attacks or other security threats.

In detail, the DEP tool uses a number of hardware and software technologies to perform additional checks on Windows computer memory to prevent malicious code from being loaded onto a system and to monitor your computer programs to use system memory safely .

In other words, there are some areas of memory in Windows computers that cannot run code. If there is some code running there it is usually malicious.

If DEP detects that some programs are maliciously consuming your computer's memory, it will prevent it and notify you to help protect the security of your computer system and the data and files on it.

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The DEP function is included in Windows 10/8/7 / Vista / XP. It is enabled by default for all Windows services and programs.

In general, you don't need to disable DEP. If you disable it, your computer may be at risk.

However, some good programs sometimes incorrectly use the memory areas monitored by DEP. DEP will then shut down the program or allow the program to run abnormally.

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What programs can conflict with DEP Windows 10?

Which programs might not be compatible with DEP? Programs created with old code bases, old 32-bit programs or games, old device drivers, etc. are likely to conflict with DEP Windows 10.

If some programs on your Windows 10 computer do not work properly or shut down without notice. How do you know if it's caused by DEP?

You can on begin click, Event Viewer enter and click Event Viewer app Click to open the Windows Event Viewer in Windows 10. Scroll down the log list to see if there is a DEP error with ID 1000. If you find the error, then some program must have the problem from DEP.

Disable DEP Windows 10

  1. Open the DEP window
  2. Disable DEP for certain programs

Disable DEP for certain programs in Windows 10

By default, Windows only enables DEP for important Windows programs and services. As a result, most of the other programs on your Windows 10 computer are not monitored by DEP.

However, if DEP is causing the conflicts with trusted legitimate programs, the first thing you can do is to check if the program manufacturer has provided a DEP compatible version or if there are some updates to make it compatible with DEP. In this case, you can update the program or install the DEP-compatible version.

If there is no DEP-compatible version of the program, you can deactivate DEP for the respective program under Windows 10 by following the instructions below.

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Step 1 - Open the DEP window

First of all, you can open the Windows 10 Control Panel. click on begin, give Control panel and click the app Control panel, to open them.

Then click on system and safety -> system -> Advanced system settingsto open the window from System properties to open.

You can then click the tab Extended tap and on the section power on the button Settings click.

Click in the window Performance options on the tab DEPto open the DEP window.

Step 2. Disable DEP for certain programs

Activate the option: Turn on DEP only for all programs and services with the exception of the selected ones. Click the button AddTo browse the location of the programs, click the programs and click Open to add them to the list.

Lastly, you can tick the programs you want to exclude from DEP and hit the button Take click to remove them from DEP protection. Restart your Windows 10 computer for these changes to take effect.

Note: When you add 64-bit programs, the following error is reported: DEP attributes cannot be set on 64-bit executable files. It indicates that all 64-bit programs are protected by DEP by default. However, you can disable it at a command prompt.

How to enable / disable DEP using the command prompt

You shouldn't turn off Data Execution Protection on Windows 10 for computer security reasons. However, if you need to disable DEP Windows 10, you can easily do it using Command Prompt.

Step 1. Open an elevated Command Prompt window. You can Windows + R to press, cmd enter and Ctrl + Shift + Enter Press to run the Windows 10 command prompt as administrator.

Step 2. Type the following command line in the Command Prompt window and press Enter to disable DEP on Windows 10.

BCDEDIT / SET {CURRENT} NX ALWAYSON

Step 3. You can then restart your Windows 10 computer and DEP will be completely disabled on Windows 10.

If you want to turn data execution protection back on in Windows 10, you can do the same thing in the Command Prompt window, type the following command line and press Enter, and then restart your Windows 10 computer to turn it on.

BCDEDIT / SET {CURRENT} NX ALWAYSON

How to create a shortcut from DEP in Windows 10

If you don't know where Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is and you want easy access to it on Windows 10, you can create a shortcut for DEP on the desktop screen. The detailed guide below will show you how to do it.

Step 1. You can right click the blank area on the desktop and click New -> shortcut click to open the Create Shortcut window.

Step 2. Next, type % windir% \ system32 \ systempropertiesdataexecutionprevention.exe in the window create link and click Further.

Step 3. Rename the DEP shortcut to DEP around and click Completeto create the shortcut for DEP in Windows 10.

Then, if you want to change the DEP Windows 10 settings, e.g. For example, if you want to turn off DEP for certain programs, you can click the shortcut icon to quickly open DEP.

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The best software to recover lost / deleted files on Windows 10 PC

Disabling DEP on Windows 10 can put your programs, files, and system at risk as your computer can be easily attacked by malware or viruses. If you lost some important data on Windows 10 PC, MiniTool Power Data Recovery can help you easily recover lost data on PC. It also supports data recovery if the PC with the built-in bootable media builder does not start.

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Step 1. Select the device with data loss

Launch MiniTool Power Data Recovery to enter the main user interface.

On the main interface, you can see that all detected hard drives and partitions are shown in the window. It supports data recovery from 4 types of devices: This PC, removable media, hard disk drive, CD / DVD drive.

Here we take This pc as an example, so we choose this pc in the left area.

After selecting the main device category, you can still select the specific hard drive or partition in the right pane.

Step 2. Search for lost / deleted files on the device

Click the button to scan and this intelligent data recovery software will start scanning the selected device for all the data on it. Wait patiently for the scanning to finish.

After the scanning is completed, all the detected data on the device will be displayed in the scan results window, including normal files, lost files, and deleted files.

Step 3. Check and save the recovered files

You can then check the scan result and click to saveto choose a destination folder. You can view the files by path or type in the scan results window.

To find lost files quickly, you can click the icon on the toolbar Show lost files click to view only the lost files.

To find a specific file, you can click the icon in the toolbar Search Click to search the target file by name, if you still remember part of the file name.

You can also click the symbol of Filter Click in the toolbar and later specify the filter parameters in order to view the files in the scan result according to file extension, file size, creation / modification date of the file, etc.

You can preview the file by clicking the Preview icon or by double-clicking the target file. It now supports previewing up to 70 file types.

It is recommended to save the recovered files to another location to avoid overwriting the data.

Wrap things up

We introduced what Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is, how to turn off DEP on Windows 10 for certain programs, how to turn off DEP Windows 10 using the command prompt, and how to create a shortcut for DEP on Windows 10, how to recover lost data on a Windows Recover 10 PC using MiniTool Power Data Recovery.

If you still have problems with data recovery with MiniTool Power Data Recovery, please contact [email protected].

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More information about DEP

Hardware-based DEP

Hardware-enforced DEP can mark all locations in a process as non-executable. Unless the location contains executable code. Hardware DEP relies on computer processor hardware to perform this job. A computer processor architecture that supports hardware-enforced DEP controls how DEP works in hardware and adds an exception to DEP when the code with the appropriate attribute is executed.

AMD and Intel have developed Windows-compatible processor architectures that are compatible with DEP, namely the processor functions NX (No-Execute Page Protection) from AMD and the XD (Execute Disable Bit) from Intel.

Software-based DEP

Software-based DEP is an additional set of DEP security checks added to Windows XP SP2. These checks are specifically designed to stop malicious code that could use the exception mechanisms in Windows. Software-enforced DEP can run on any processor that can run Windows XP SP2, but it only protects limited system files.

DEP Windows 10 FAQ

Should I turn off DEP?

DEP is a data security feature in Windows. It can protect your hardware and monitor the programs to ensure that RAM is working properly. Normally, you shouldn't turn off DEP on your Windows 10 computer, but if you need to, you can turn off DEP for certain programs.

How do I check my DEP status?

You can Windows + R to press, cmd enter and the Enter key Press to open the command prompt. Then give the command wmic OS Get DataExecutionPrevention_SupportPolicy in the Command Prompt window and press the Enter key, to the current DEP support policy check on your computer.

Should I enable DEP for all programs?

You can enable DEP for all programs or required programs as needed. However, completely disabling DEP on Windows 10 is not recommended because DEP monitors critical Windows programs and services. You can enable DEP for all programs on Windows 10 to improve security.

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