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NR2003 Windows 7

Go to the folder and changed the exe to run in xp mode (right click, properties, run in xp mode).
http://www.onlineracin.com/support/FAQ/XcIBViewItem.asp?ID=2410
How to get NASCAR Racing 2003 Season and NASCAR Racing 2005 Season Working on
Windows 7
By bwright1 and steve90
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About This Guide
This Guide will teach you how to get NR2003/NR2005 working and running on your Windows 7
System.
This Guide was made my bwright1 and steve90.
Written by: Bwright1
Design by: Steve90
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. INSTALLING NR2003/NR2005
II. GETTING UPDATES/BACKUPs
III. LOADING NR2003/NR2005
IV. CRASHING BECAUSE OF DEP
V. DISABLING THIS FEATURE
VI . LOADING NR2003/NR2005
VII . CONTACTING ME
I. INSTALLING NR2003/NR2005
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Install your copies of NASCAR Racing 2003 Season and NASCAR Racing 2005 Season
First. ( A fresh install is required for a success in this process, After you install both, then you
can put in your backup copies of track,carsetc). Follow on Screen instructions as you install
the 2 games.
After this is done, follow on to Step 2.
II. GETTING UPDATES/BACKUPS
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(NR2003 Only)
Go to http://www.onlineracin.com/racing/downloads.asp and download NR2003 Latest Patch
1.2.0.1. and install to NR2003 Main Directory
(NR2003 and NR2005 )
Now put in your backup copies of tracks,car modsetc.
After this is done, go to step 3
III. Loading NR2003 and NR2005
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Now after youve already done Step 1-2 Start up NR2003/NR2005 Config 3D Graphics, follow
Instructions, and then start up NR2003/NR2005 Config 3D Graphics.
Start up NR2003/NR2005, then go to Testing Session , Click Continue (Makes no difference in
what track) and Click Drive. If it continues and you can drive without crashing you have
successfully installed NR2003 and you dont have to go any further on this guide, but if you
crash cause of a DEP (Data Execution Process). Close this program and please continue reading
this guide.
After this is done, go to step 4
IV. CRASHING BECAUSE OF DEP
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Data Execution Prevention (DEP)
Data Execution Prevention is a security feature that can be a bit of a pain at times. Often things
will simply appear not to run at all; hopefully you will notice a bubble from the taskbar letting
you know that DEP is the cause. If Windows 7 (and actually this has been around since
Windows Server 2003) sees that a process is being spawned that could be unwanted, DEP
shuts it down. This is especially common in some application installations: if a Windows
Installer setup (MSI) calls an executable in Windows 7, DEP could very well put a stop to it. If
you are trying to run an installation or other executable being stopped by DEP, it could save you
some trouble so turn it off while you attempt to give it another shot
To disable, Continue to step 5
V. DISABLING THIS FEATURE
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To disable DEP to get NR2003/NR2005 do the following:
Run a command prompt as administrator. From the start menu, select All Programs, then
Accessories and right-click on the Command Prompt shortcut and choose Run As
Administrator. From here you can use the following command to disable Data Execution
Prevention (DEP) with the following command:
bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff
Then Restart your computer.
This will remain off ALWAYS!
If you do not feel secure after racing your game turn it back on by putting in the following
command
* DO NOT DO THIS IF YOUR GOING TO RACE ANYMORE FOR THAT COMPUTER
SESSION OR YOU WILL HAVE TO DISABLE AGAIN*:
bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOn
then restart your pc and it will now Be ON!
Continue to step 6
VI. LOADING NR2003/NR2005
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Now launch one of your games, and if you can get on the track and drive then you have got it
working.
If not, retry this from step IV AND VI.


A few Vital things this article fails to mention which may save someone the time spent and horror
experienced when I thought I could not Fix this
DEP has 4 Modes (Admin can set them using Command Promt as Administrator)
"bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff" will set DEP to Mode 0
DEP is Completely off, your computer is vulnerable and you cannot modify the DEP from your windows
system settings as all of the options will be grayed out and the message at the bottom will tell you to use
bcdedit.exe as Admin
"bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOn" will set DEP to Mode 1
DEP is Technically On, but you still cannot modify the DEP from your windows system settings as all of
the options will be grayed out and the message at the bottom will tell you to use bcdedit.exe as Admin
"bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx OptIn" will set DEP to Mode 2
DEP is On and the DEP from your windows system settings as all of the options will be Set to Windows
Programs Only (You can change this from the DEP window as normal)
"bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx OptOut" will set DEP to Mode 3
DEP is On and the DEP from your windows system settings as all of the options will be Set to All
Programs except those that I Specify (You can change this from the DEP window as normal)
If you are in the Command Prompt as Administrator the command
wmic OS Get DataExecutionPrevention_SupportPolicy will display a value from 0-3 Indicating the current
DEP Mode
HERE'S THE KICKER that most DEP tutorials seem to leave out:
If you're using a 64-bit versdion of windows the "bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx OptIn" command will work
by default
If you're using 32-bit Windows you must use:
"bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOn" (Mode 1)
AND THEN use "bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx OptIn" (Mode 2) in order to get your windows DEP settings
to work again (not grayed out)