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  1. [VESA]UniGFX Graphics Driver

    These are great news Dibya. Currently Using a Bay-Trail M computer with windows 7 because I cannt find drivers for vista or XP. I cannt get XP installed on this machine due to BSOD duirng install.. but vista works perfect and smoother than 7. Only video drivers are missing, so Ill be glad to give a try to your driver when ready. About brightness, yeah it is a must!!! The new LED screens are very brighty and it hurts your eyes
  2. thanks so much for your work!!! it is a must have!!!! I always suffered for this problem and I had to save in .png format to preserve image quality. daily use tool!!! thanks again
  3. audiodg.exe (kill/remove it?)

    I tested already. Seems that Ill have to get used to this NT6 family crap. Even to play a single mp3 Ill need more cpu than XP ;(
  4. audiodg.exe (kill/remove it?)

    Hi guys.. Im having really hard days getting used to windows7 in this computer that does not allow to install xp/2003. I play a simple mp3 with my tiny player (xmplay) and immediately the audiodg.exe appears in the task monitor.. so now I have two processes active to play audio: - The audio player running (1% cpu usage) - Audiodg.exe that consume between 4-9%!!!! Is there any hack/tweak to avoid this audiodg.exe? Any modded audiodg.exe without cpu activity or something that does not consume resources?. I really miss my xp/2003. I dont understand these stupid things to downgrade performance of computers ;(
  5. I have found a partial solution http://navozhdeniye.narod.ru/vbemp.htm Universal VESA/VBE Video Display Driver (for Windows NT Architecture) I tested in vista and its working perfectly! It provides the basic GDI acceleration for desktop apps.. so vista is running smooth now!! (Tested 7/8 in last week and the performance of vista is superior) Are there more Universal video drivers like these VBE? I know that its much to ask .. but some basic 3D acceleration and overlay mixer for video would be enough.
  6. Celeron N2830 (any way to install xp on it?)

    OK I tested F5 with all the different HALs available.. and only got a freeze after loading all drivers instead the BSOD with the 00x7E error. I dont want to say bye to XP .. but seem that lack of hardware support is a nightmare. At the moment Im forced to use win7 because even Vista that performs smoother than 7 does not have Intel video driver ;(
  7. Hi!! I know about that problem since the first time I ran win7 and compared it with XP. Opening windows in XP was smoother than in 7, and dragging and moving a window also consumed cpu.. something that people from XP were not used to suffer. I´ve been off of win7 updates patches and unofficial tweaks info and I wonder if something exist in 2016 to solve or fix partially this problem
  8. Celeron N2830 (any way to install xp on it?)

    OK I tested the Uniata drivers but they did not work. My procedure for integrate drivers is use the Drivers box in WinNTsetuptool. I used this procedure for integrate Fernando´s drivers in other computers and it always worked fine. The error that I get continue being 0x000007E acpi.sys Maybe installing XP in this machine is an impossible mission by now until someone release other drivers. Anyway, more suggestions will be welcome ;)
  9. @2008WindowsVista Ok.. I tested with the XP drivers for Intel HD 4000 that you linked to me.. and the problem continues. The installer does not work. It reads that I dont have minimum system requirements. I wonder if drivers would run with a tweak to disable the OS check or it is really a problem of drivers not designed for this videocard.
  10. Celeron N2830 (any way to install xp on it?)

    @Dibya Thanks for the uniata link.. I have to try with it. Ill report tomorrow or so if it is working (no time to test right now)
  11. Celeron N2830 (any way to install xp on it?)

    @jaclaz @LoneCrusader Very good idea about the plan B and try a BIOS mod. COMPUTER SPECS - PackardBell (an Acer brand). Model EasyNote ENTF71BM. Celeron N2830. Intel HD graphics. Changing SATA to IDE would solve the BSOD problem ... later maybe Intel HD graphics could cause trouble. About USB3 I can change to USB2 in BIOS to avoid lack of USB3 drivers problem
  12. Celeron N2830 (any way to install xp on it?)

    Sadly I cannot change to IDE. Ill wait for the next year then and check the forum and your post for more news about the XP compatibility in new hardware.
  13. Sadly the driver installer does not work .. it reads that computer does not present the minimum OS requirement I tested also unpacking the drivers and installing via .inf files.. but it was not succeeded
  14. Celeron N2830 (any way to install xp on it?)

    I hope that someone will help with this driver.. I really hate using a slow OS in a new machine. Its funny but my crappy netbooks running xp are more snappy than 7 and upper OSes. Dybya... Thanks so much for the reply and help. Im in your team. XP cannot die just cause "it is very good OS" , M$ want to sell new OSes and brands need to sell new hardware.-
  15. thank you so much for the help!!!! I tried several drivers but I always had the unsupported OS box at the startup. Ill try this new driver and report back if it is working, so other people will get this info useful!! Thsnks