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Everything posted by Damnation

  1. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD If QEMU will let you try with more then 32 CPU cores and see if XP freezes - as my threadripper system freezes XP with 48 CPUs but is fine with 24 CPUs.
  2. @Dietmar I tried your DDB hacked acpi.sys - unfortunately I got BSOD A5 0x000000D with it. @George King can you compile that pre-v6 code version and I'll see how that one goes?
  3. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD @Dietmar Your most recent free build acpi.sys on my AMD system gives BSOD A5 0x11 0x8 I still have not yet setup KDNET on this system so no debug logs. edit: @George King's 4th Dec build still works just fine.
  4. @XP4ever First off - It seems like your having PAE driver issues based on your description. So first limit your PAE to 4GB to start with. Have you tried all the pre-existing XP USB 3.0 drivers? The most generic is the backported Windows 8.0 version that'll work most of the time.
  5. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD I can use the boot.ini entry on my threadripper machine and just transfer it across and just change the IP addresses. The KDNET files will need to be changed though - the threadripper has an Intel LAN but this other machine has a Realtek RTL8125BG chip. Can you refresh my memory on how to properly setup KDNET?
  6. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD I should have been more clear - I think it's probably just a typo in the code somewhere, as it's only processors 1A to 1F with the issue.
  7. @R1600 Huh, you're right, there isn't any missing imports from hal.dll - I could've sworn there was one though but I guess I was mistaken.
  8. @R1600 @WinWord2000 You forgot the HAL dependencies. Also I already tried to do this and I ran into 1E BSODs and couldn't get past that.
  9. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD The last 6 processors still say "Processor" but other than that it's working properly now.
  10. OK, I'll try that, thanks.
  11. So I noticed that NUSB 3.6 does not like my 10-port USB hub. But XP SP1 works just fine with it. I used Walter Oney's WDMCHECK to see if there were any missing imports for XP SP1's usbehci.sys usbd.sys usbhub.sys usbccgp.sys usbport.sys all seems OK according to WDMCHECK So I thought I'd try making an NUSB 3.7 beta using these XP SP1 files. I've made a 7Z archive but I'm unsure how to turn it into a self extracting cabinet EXE @PROBLEMCHYLD Do you still know how to turn a 7Z into a self extracting cabinet EXE so I can install this for testing? link: https://ufile.io/b5c936nv
  12. @Dietmar Mine Idle's at around ~40W - probably still a little high, but much better than 140W idle. I haven't run any benchmarks on mine, do you have links to the benchmark tools you used?
  13. @George King Sure I'll test it. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD Thanks for all your hard work! much appreciated!
  14. My APIC Table - Multiple APIC Description Table: 0x00000000BCBCD000 and my CPU SSDT I don't see anything abnormal though. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD do you see anything?
  15. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD Regarding my setup where it's only enumerating Cores 10-19? why would it just be those cores and not also 0-9 and 20-32? is there an incorrect count somewhere?
  16. @Mov AX, 0xDEAD @George King @Dietmar Only partially working Cores 10 - 19 seem to be working, the rest are all "Unknown Device" - I've no idea why. edit: I can manually brute force install them and they work, but having to do a manual processor install isn't the best. It's almost solved though. I hope you'll have a solution for this @Mov AX, 0xDEAD - Thanks again for all your hard work!
  17. @Jakob99 I believe @George King has compiled both of these, there should be a link in this thread for them somewhere.
  18. @li1ven Here https://www.gigabyte.com/au/Motherboard/GA-Z97X-Gaming-3-rev-10/support#support-dl-driver
  19. @Pikachu062 I'm not sure why you made up a fake 4090 ti for this video, but OK, the rest of the video looks legit.
  20. wdmstub source found on gitlab - https://resources.oreilly.com/examples/9780735618039/-/tree/master/9780735618039_files
  21. @Dietmar That'll be easy to do once I have the board in hand, it's currently in transit on its way to me. I'd imagine the E2-6110 at 1.5ghz wouldn't be that fast, but if I'm targeting windows 98 it's plenty.
  22. @reboot12 That's interesting, I didn't know some boards let you do that. As far as I know, there is no way to tell which version of ACPI spec your board uses, but I haven't looked into it. @Dietmar I'm not sure how to extract the ACPI tables from this boards BIOS - do you know of a way to do it?
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