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  1. I got 1920x1080 in Win95 from the Matrox G450 PCI card on the LG 22MT44DP monitor via the VGA-VGA cable
  2. If the graphics card does not have a GOP, you can add it to the bios of the motherboard: https://www.betaarchive.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=471154#p471154
  3. @DrunkenTanker extract archive ASUS_VA247_WHQL_Driver.zip delete file ASUS VA247.inf and copy my modded file ASUS VA247_xp.inf right-click on the Desktop and select Properties Settings tab > Advanced button > Monitor tab > Properties button > Driver tab > Update driver button > select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) > select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install. > Next button > Have disk button > Browse button > open file ASUS VA247_xp.inf The monitor driver can also be built using the Monitor Asset Manager tool. From menu File select Create INF...
  4. Nothing needs to be changed only the author of the topic must learn how to install drivers.
  5. Just remove a few lines and change: DefaultDestDir=11 to DefaultDestDir=12 in the ASUS VA247.inf file for Win7 (ASUS_VA247_WHQL_Driver.zip): ASUS VA247_xp.inf
  6. As an Android FTP server, you can use Material Files 1.5.2 or FTP Server 0.11.5 and on WinXP for FTP Client (download/upload), you don't need anything more than built-in old Internet Explorer 6 Instead of FTP, you can use the AndSMB application via WiFi (download/upload).
  7. @George King You would be able to add support for edit boot order in NVRAM UEFI from WinXP 64-bit - access to table efi_boot_services EFI_BOOT_SERVICES You can do it under Linux with efibootmgr: root #efibootmgr -v BootCurrent: 0002 Timeout: 3 seconds BootOrder: 0003,0003,0002,0000,0004 Boot0000* CD/DVD Drive BIOS(3,0,00) Boot0001* Hard Drive BIOS(2,0,00) Boot0002* Gentoo HD(1,800,61800,6d98f360-cb3e-4727-8fed-5ce0c040365d)File(\EFI\boot\bootx64.efi) Boot0003* Hard Drive BIOS(2,0,00)P0: ST1500DM003-9YN16G Under UEFI Shell: dmpstore Boot* Dump Variable Boot* Variable NV+RT+BS 'Efi:Boot0002' DataSize = 5F 00000000: 01 00 00 40 41 00 45 00-46 00 49 00 20 00 4E 00 *...@A.E.F.I. .N.* 00000010: 65 00 74 00 77 00 6F 00-72 00 6B 00 00 00 02 01 *e.t.w.o.r.k.....* 00000020: 0C 00 D0 41 03 0A 00 00-00 00 01 01 06 00 00 11 *...A............* 00000030: 01 01 06 00 00 00 03 0B-25 00 00 0C 29 80 4C 58 *........%...).LX* 00000040: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 *................* 00000050: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00-00 00 00 7F FF 04 00 *...............* Variable NV+RT+BS 'Efi:Boot0003' DataSize = 3E 00000000: 01 00 00 40 22 00 45 00-46 00 49 00 20 00 46 00 *...@".E.F.I. .F.* 00000010: 6C 00 6F 00 70 00 70 00-79 00 00 00 02 01 0C 00 *l.o.p.p.y.......* 00000020: D0 41 03 0A 00 00 00 00-01 01 06 00 00 07 02 01 *.A..............* 00000030: 0C 00 D0 41 04 06 00 00-00 00 7F FF 04 00 *...A..........* Variable NV+RT+BS 'Efi:Boot0000' DataSize = 7C 00000000: 01 00 00 40 24 00 45 00-46 00 49 00 20 00 56 00 *...@$.E.F.I. .V.* 00000010: 4D 00 77 00 61 00 72 00-65 00 20 00 56 00 69 00 *M.w.a.r.e. .V.i.* 00000020: 72 00 74 00 75 00 61 00-6C 00 20 00 53 00 43 00 *r.t.u.a.l. .S.C.* 00000030: 53 00 49 00 20 00 48 00-61 00 72 00 64 00 20 00 *S.I. .H.a.r.d. .* 00000040: 44 00 72 00 69 00 76 00-65 00 20 00 28 00 30 00 *D.r.i.v.e. .(.0.* 00000050: 2E 00 30 00 29 00 00 00-02 01 0C 00 D0 41 03 0A *..0.)........A..* 00000060: 00 00 00 00 01 01 06 00-00 15 01 01 06 00 00 00 *................* 00000070: 03 02 08 00 00 00 00 00-7F FF 04 00 *............* Variable NV+RT+BS 'Efi:Boot0004' DataSize = 7E 00000000: 01 00 00 40 1E 00 45 00-46 00 49 00 20 00 56 00 *...@..E.F.I. .V.* 00000010: 4D 00 77 00 61 00 72 00-65 00 20 00 56 00 69 00 *M.w.a.r.e. .V.i.* 00000020: 72 00 74 00 75 00 61 00-6C 00 20 00 49 00 44 00 *r.t.u.a.l. .I.D.* 00000030: 45 00 20 00 43 00 44 00-52 00 4F 00 4D 00 20 00 *E. .C.D.R.O.M. .* 00000040: 44 00 72 00 69 00 76 00-65 00 20 00 28 00 49 00 *D.r.i.v.e. .(.I.* 00000050: 44 00 45 00 20 00 30 00-3A 00 30 00 29 00 00 00 *D.E. .0.:.0.)...* 00000060: 02 01 0C 00 D0 41 03 0A-00 00 00 00 01 01 06 00 *.....A..........* 00000070: 01 07 03 01 08 00 00 00-00 00 7F FF 04 00 *..............* Variable NV+RT+BS 'Efi:Boot0005' DataSize = 86 00000000: 01 00 00 40 30 00 45 00-46 00 49 00 20 00 49 00 *...@0.E.F.I. .I.* 00000010: 6E 00 74 00 65 00 72 00-6E 00 61 00 6C 00 20 00 *n.t.e.r.n.a.l. .* 00000020: 53 00 68 00 65 00 6C 00-6C 00 20 00 28 00 55 00 *S.h.e.l.l. .(.U.* 00000030: 6E 00 73 00 75 00 70 00-70 00 6F 00 72 00 74 00 *n.s.u.p.p.o.r.t.* 00000040: 65 00 64 00 20 00 6F 00-70 00 74 00 69 00 6F 00 *e.d. .o.p.t.i.o.* 00000050: 6E 00 29 00 00 00 01 03-18 00 0B 00 00 00 00 B0 *n.).............* 00000060: 73 1E 00 00 00 00 FF 8F-BA 1E 00 00 00 00 04 06 *s...............* 00000070: 14 00 B7 D6 7A C5 15 05-A8 40 9D 21 55 16 52 85 *....z....@.!U.R.* 00000080: 4E 37 7F FF 04 00 *N7....* Variable RT+BS 'Efi:BootOptionSupport' DataSize = 4 00000000: 03 03 00 00 *....* Variable NV+RT+BS 'Efi:BootOrder' DataSize = A 00000000: 02 00 03 00 00 00 04 00-05 00 *..........* Variable RT+BS 'Efi:BootCurrent' DataSize = 2 00000000: 05 00 *..* Under Win7 or newer with BootICE 1.3.3.2 > UEFI tab: http://reboot.pro/uploads/monthly_12_2019/post-62763-0-92463200-1576988228.png If we follow mem command in UEFI Shell, it shows the addresses of Runtime Services, Boot Services: Valid EFI Header at Address 000000001FB77018 -------------------------------------------- System: Table Structure size 00000078 revision 0002001F ConIn (1F061298) ConOut (1DE10C18) StdErr (1F05CD98) Console Out on PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x7,0x0)/Floppy(0x0)/\/mem.log Runtime Services 000000001FB77B98 Boot Services 000000001FFD4410 ACPI 2.0 Table 000000001DDDC000 SMBIOS Table 000000001FB95000 After boot WinXP 64-bit under UEFI, these tables are still in memory, only the system has no access to them.
  8. @Damnation SLIC ToolKit V3.2 shows something about ACPI version and you can extract ACPI tables in it:
  9. Is there any way to check the ACPI version supported by the motherboard, e.g. using some program in Linux or Windows? Some motherboards, e.g. ASUS P5B-VM DO, have in the bios the ability to set the ACPI version:
  10. Use drivers from Fernando: Universal 32bit Intel RST AHCI+RAID driver v11.2.0.1006 mod+signed by Fernando.rar
  11. I tested XP SP2: XP Pro x86 OS Boot NVMe
  12. Test platform: ASUS B85M-E Intel Core i5-4590 8GB RAM SATA HDD min. 60GB Samsung NVMe 970 EVO Plus 250GB in PCIe NVMe M.2 adapter modded bios 3602 > Link How: connect both SATA and NVMe disks to motherboard using diskpart from the Win10 installer (legacy boot), divide the SATA disk into two primary partitions 100MB + active 20GB using diskpart from the Win10 installer (legacy boot), divide the NVMe disk into three primary partitions 100MB active + 20GB + 182GB + unallocated install WinXP PRO SP2 on SATA drive in Legacy (CSM) + SATA IDE mode install all drivers and SATA AHCI by Fernando (reboot to bios and change SATA to AHCI) turn off Indexing Service on all NTFS partitions disable pagefile disable System Restore disable prefetch: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\PrefetchParameters] "EnablePrefetcher"=dword:00000000 extract storport.sys from WindowsServer2003-KB943545-x86-ENU.exe - in CMD use /x switch copy file storport.sys 5.2.3790.4173 from SP2QFE to %windir%\system32\drivers install NVMe 1.3 Kai Schtrom driver format 100MB partition as FAT32 and copy bootmgr with Longhorn Server 2008 16497 for this partition copy winload.exe with Longhorn Server 2008 16497 to %windir%\system32 replace %windir%\system32\drivers\acpi.sys file with a modified ACPI2.0_v4_x86+x64_5.1+5.2.7z acpi.sys 5.1.2600.7777.4 copy folder Boot (including BCD file and Fonts\wgl4_boot.ttf from Longhorn Server 2008 16497) to FAT32 partition using BootICE edit BCD file in Professional mode - set ApplicationDevice and OSDevice: Boot disk: NVMe Samsung SSD 970 Boot part: 1: (NTFS, 20.0 GB) using Acronis True Image 2021 make a system image (100MB and 20GB partitions) for a xp.tib file using Acronis True Image 2021 restore a system from xp.tib (100MB and 20GB) to NVMe disk boot PC in Legacy mode from NVMe disk - when WinXP boot and menu appear select Disable Driver Signature Enforcement (there is an option in BCD that causes an Advanced Menu to always display) xp32_NVMe.zip (1.56 MB)
  13. Does anyone know any program that adds Copy to and change the name to the context menu in WinXP ?
  14. I did a new UEFI test. If we put Samsung 950 UEFI firmware in this way: Unpack UEFI firmware from the image.rom file: uefiromextract image.rom 950nvme.efi Build a FFS file using FFS tools: GenMod 950nvme.efi wild build a file 950nvme.ffs Use UEFITool insert file 950nvme.ffs as a DXE driver In pure UEFI (CSM disabled) or UEFI + CSM, bios does not see the Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe disk and not possible boot OS !!!
  15. Thanks but WinXP SP2 64-bit I will use with original acpi.sys in pure UEFI mode
  16. I'm trying to boot WinXP SP2 64-bit in Legacy mode: ntldr - Error loading operating system winload.exe + BCD from Longhorn Server 2008 - Error A5 Probably caused by: ACPI.sys (I checked it with WinDbg over Serial at betaarchive.com ) @Dietmar I remember that there were once some modified acpi.sys WinXP 64-bit files on Winraid. Do you have these files? EDITED ===== OK, I found them: ACPI2.0_v4_x86+x64_5.1+5.2.7z With this acpi.sys (5.2.3790.7777.4) WinXP SP2 64-bit boots without error using winload.exe. Under pure UEFI also start. I wonder if this modified acpi.sys file is stable and will not cause the system's incorrect operation?
  17. Does WinXP have to be on the FAT32 partition or can it be on NTFS? I'm trying to boot WinXP 64-bit in Legacy Mode from NTFS but I have Opening Hive File Failed!
  18. OK, I understand. I will play and test WinXP 64-bit booting in Legacy mode.
  19. Only is the speed of the disk operation is ok?
  20. Thanks, I will try but for now I used Acronis True Image 2021 because older versions do not see NVMe disk. In WinXP SP2 64-bit launched from the SATA disk I added UEFI files and fix paths in BCD file Using Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5 I made a system image for a TIB file Using Acronis True Image 2021 I restored the system from the TIB image to the NVMe disk In the bios I disabled SATA and CSM and reboot WinXP SP2 64-bit without any problems boots with the NVMe disk in pure UEFI mode What is needed: Disk NVMe divided into partitions using diskpart from Win10 installer so that the first partition starts with the 2048 sector UefiSeven loader and EFI Files KB932755 update NVMe 1.3 driver from Schtrom Turn off Indexing Service on all NTFS partitions disable pagefile (have 8GB RAM) disable System Restore disable prefetch: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\PrefetchParameters] "EnablePrefetcher"=dword:00000000 If we want to use the Internet, set the browser cache in RAM The NVMe disk has 250GB but I left a 30GB unallocated at the end:
  21. @Dietmar I am at the stage: using diskpart from the Win10 installer, I divided the NVMe disk into 100MB + 20GB + 182GB + unallocated partitions I pulled out an adapter with a NVMe disk from the PCIe slot I installed WinXP SP2 64-bit on SATA AHCI disk and all drivers on Legacy mode I installed the WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB932755-x64-ENU.exe update I turned off PC, I put PCIe adapter with NVMe disk Samsung and boot WinXP from SATA disk I installed the NVMe driver Community NVMe 1.3 Storport Miniport by Schtrom Now WinXP SP2 64-bit sees a NVMe drive: I copied UEFI files (also UefiSeven loader) on the SATA disk and WinXP boot OK under pure UEFI I copied to the 100MB FAT32 NVMe partition UEFI files with UEFI Shell (bootx64.efi) and a new UEFI option appeared in the bios (CSM disabled) and PC boot OK to UEFI Shell from NVMe disk Now I have to somehow clone the partitions from the SATA disk to NVMe disk
  22. No !!! Open file (Load Image) B85M-E-ASUS-3602.CAP in MMTool 5.00.0007 click tab Insert and Browse to open file legacy.bin (previously modified for A804) click on CSMCORE, select Link Present and enter Vendor ID 144d and Device ID A804 now click Insert button and Save Image as then save on new file e.g. mod_bios.cap If you want to write a bios with programmer, e.g. CH341A you must first remove the capsule in UEFITool and save as e.g. mod_bios.bin:
  23. WinHex and Windows Calculator (Scientific View) open file image.rom in WinHex go to menu Edit > Define Block... and set like this and click OK: go to menu Edit > Copy block > Into new file and save as legacy.bin on Desktop open file legacy.bin in WinHex edit PCI Device for your NVMe disk A804 > little endian 04 A8 in offset 22 and at the very end of the file in the 45FF offset, insert 00 and save the file go to menu Tools > Compute Hash... > select Checksum (8 bit) and click OK - it should be 82 open Windows Calculator (I use WinXP), change view to Scientific, switch to Hex mode and calculate 100 - 82 it should be 7E in WinHex at the very end of the file in the 45FF offset, insert 7E and save the file go to menu Tools > Compute Hash... > select Checksum (8 bit) and click OK - now it should be 00
  24. @Dietmar B85M-E-ASUS-3602_mod_legacy_UEFI_boot_OK_for_Samsung_NVMe_970_EVO_DEV_A808.zip For the Legacy OptionRom to work in Legacy BIOS, the conditions must be met: At the beginning of 55 AA PCIR data (little endian) need same as PCI device in motherboard e.g. for Samsung 970 EVO Plus 4D 14 08 A8 (of course class and other data also same as device) 8-bit checksum must be 00 (In the last byte you put 00, save to the file, calculate the 8-bit checksum, subtract from 100 hex the calculated hex value, put the new value in the last byte, save the changes to the file and re-calculate the 8-bit control sum)
  25. First of all, I will test WinXP SP2 64-bit in Legacy and pure UEFI mode with UefiSeven loader I don't have other NVMe disks for test but if you have it, test it. You don't need PLOP, only for legacy bios need legacy part from image.rom Samsung 950 with fixed PCI DEV your NVMe disk and 8-bit checksum and for UEFI bios need DXE driver (.ffs file) from this tutorial: WinRaid forum: [HowTo] Get full NVMe support for all Systems with an AMI UEFI BIOS


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