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Jakob99

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  1. Laptop: Dell Precision 7530, Intel Core i7, 8th Gen UHD630 Graphics, 64GB of RAM, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 1507 I was wondering if anyone has gotten to work under 8.1 the 8th generation Coffee/Cannon Lake Intel Serial IO I2C Host Controller (A368/A369): The device ID's for these devices are as follow: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A368&REV_10, and PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A369&REV_10 Without these, the Dell Touchpad (ALPS) does not work. Here's the associated driver for it and what I believe is the HID-complient device ID for it: HID\VEN_DELL&DEV_0831&Col01 (Dell Touchpad) and HID\Vid_044E&Pid_1212&Col01&Col01 (HID driver) I have all the drivers, including UHD630 thanks to Cannonkong over at win-raid, working except for the touchpad, meaning I have to use USB mouse while booted into the 8.1 portion. Windows 10 1507 (10240) works like a charm, which I have on a separate hard drive within this laptop, and can access without swapping drives out (I have 3 M.2 slots in this thing), if you need any more info about the devices. Thanks in advanced for anyone who can help me out here! Intel Serial IO I2C Host Controller (Win10): https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=3mk53&oscode=wt64a&productcode=precision-15-7530-laptop Dell Touchpad (Alps, Win10): https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=2vv2n&oscode=wt64a&productcode=precision-15-7530-laptop
  2. Yeah. Should also work for Opera GX too, although don't expect miracles with that one. Be warned, if your Edge experience is anything like mine, it will open on the first try, but then subsequent times will most likely be unsuccessful.
  3. Install Edge on a Windows 7 computer and then copy the files from Program Files to the Program Files on Vista. Be warned, it is buggy. It will most likely start on the first try, but subsequent tries may not be successful.
  4. Getting later Intel graphics for the Intel HD 4000 working properly may be very tricky. If one gets it to work, that means any Intel graphics from Haswell and up will also work with Vista (Haswell graphics do work with Vista if you use the XP version, but you get no Aero interface. Kaby Lake and later may also work by simply grabbing the mods for them and installing away, but don't quote me on this), although you will still have the Haswell+ bugs, which won't resolve by simply installing the graphics driver (otherwise the person that got the XP Haswell driver to work under Vista would have seen all problems disappear). I also sent you a PM too!
  5. Bumping this up. Hoping someone has a solution to this problem. I posted in the following thread below inquiring on whether or not that ACPI driver can be backported to 2000, so we shall see what the answer is. I'm also changing this thread title slightly too.
  6. Has anyone tried to backport this to Windows 2000? It is currently not possible to use ACPI under Windows 2000 if your laptop (and possibly Desktop too) has an InsydeH2O BIOS, even if you use @blackwingcat's modded ACPI that supports Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, and Haswell, as trying to do so causes setup to freeze at "Setup is starting Windows 2000" and there are no ACPI options in the F5 menu, forcing the user to choose Standard PC. Trying to change from Standard PC to ACPI PC from Device Manager throws a 0x07b BSoD upon reboot. Windows XP installs perfectly under this BIOS, so if we could backport this ACPI to 2000, it should allow it to work under InsydeH2O BIOS, but idk how to even go about that.
  7. Sorry for double post, but two DirectX11 games that work with Vista do not work with 18.3.4 AMD installed.
  8. I haven't yet. Hopefully those functions can return.
  9. Does anyone have ACPI files for Windows XP x86, Windows Server 2003 x86, and Windows XP x64? A friend I have on Discord wants them.
  10. @win32 I was wondering if any of the following will be added to x86 user32.dll: DisplayConfigGetDeviceInfo, GetDisplayConfigBufferSizes, and QueryDisplayConfig These break DX11 with the newly modded AMD Radeon graphics drivers as AMD 17.10.2 introduced new functions within atidxx32.dll. The drivers work for the most part (we get Aero Glass and what not), but not DX11.
  11. I was wondering the same thing for AMD Radeon. We have the graphics driver working, but not the control panel for it. Also of note, if you have AMD Radeon mixed with anything Intel Haswell and newer, the AMD driver will not work unless the Intel graphics can be made to work as well.
  12. If you happen to have switchable Nvidia/AMD graphics, the following thread may be of help to you. Pair with this and hopefully you can get both working.
  13. Don't thank me, thank K4Sum1! He's the one who put in the hard work. I'm just sharing the drivers, lol. I am glad it worked for you. Also, if you happen to have switchable AMD/Nvidia graphics, the following thread may help you in getting the Nvidia graphics working.
  14. Same! I didn't create this Extended Kernel. That goes to Skulltrail192. Maybe it will work. XP uses XPDM instead of WDDM, so it may be difficult "translating" the required stuff over.
  15. Has anyone here tried this out? If so, did you get "The system cannot find the specified file" while installing this through Device Manager? The Cubis, who is on Discord, tried these and got that message. I set up a new Vista install on a separate hard drive and got the same message despite these having literally worked for me previously. K4Sum1, who created these, also got that same message on his machine as well. We all can't seem to figure out what would be causing this error to suddenly appear as I literally tested them on a 500GB SSD and they worked fine, but when tried after installing them onto a 4TB SSD, they don't. Basically, that message means the driver will work, but that it cannot find a file it needs, and these won't install until it finds said file, but everything needed appears to be there. There is also no (Code#) following that error either (E.G. (Code 10: This device cannot start), (Code 39: Windows cannot load the driver files for this device. It may be corrupted or missing), or (Code 43: Windows has stopped this device because it has reported errors)) Keep in mind, these require the Extended Kernel to be installed first. If someone here could figure out why Device Manager throws that error, even with Driver Signature Enforcement disabled, please do chime in below. We are all at a loss here as to how they worked, as seen here http://windowsenthusiasts1.epizy.com/ but now they suddenly do not despite no changes having been made to the files and the driver linked to above literally being the one that worked successfully on the 500GB SSD. EDIT: The Cubis problem is solved! Download and install these: https://www.mediafire.com/file/lxzpv2afvxzzy6h/AMD_Assorted_Drivers_Pack.zip/file These do not have Stoney Ridge at the moment as K4Sum1 needs to add them into it. Once he does, I'll fix the driverpack to include the non-Stoney Ridge drivers and the Stoney Ridge ones. I have included Stoney Ridge in them myself and can confirm that works. I'll work on getting everything uploaded and the links changed later on.
  16. I've hinted about it on here within the last week, and I can be proud to say the AMD Radeon Graphics driver for Windows Vista is finally available. There are also several other drivers that work with Vista that are usually bundled with hardware that features support for Windows 7 as well as the AMD Vista chipset drivers which still work with AMD Radeon's. To make this significantly easier for everyone, I included everything in a simple driver pack. Make sure Extended Kernel latest release is installed before installing graphics driver! You can get everything here: https://www.mediafire.com/file/lxzpv2afvxzzy6h/AMD_Assorted_Drivers_Pack.zip/file Most of these will also work with Windows XP x64 edition as well. The included ACPI.SY_ needs to be extracted with 7zip and integrated into an XP 64-bit media. The drivers that I could not get working under XP, despite their Vista success was: AMD IOMMU, PSP 2.0, and Realtek Card reader. The others like SMBus and USB 3.0 worked just fine. The graphics driver obviously does not work with XP, and trying to port it to XP's XDM (pre-WDDM) driver module may be hard to do. I hope these drivers are of use to people. Also, if your specific Radeon/chipset device is not in any of the INFs, a simple INF mod to add in references to it will suffice, after which you can install away. Also note, these are considered Beta drivers, but no problems, knock on wood, have been reported. Please also note I did not mod the Radeon Graphics driver. Credit goes to K4Sum1 for that. EDIT: There is a tutorial that shows you how to get AMD 17.10.1 working with Windows Vista. You can find it here: http://windowsenthusiasts1.epizy.com/AMD17101WindowsVista.html Inside there is also a link if you need support.
  17. Everything here, https://www.mediafire.com/file/urilg4ojvvfumpk/AMD_Assorted_Drivers_Pack.zip/file is compatible with the Extended Kernel. The Realtek, chipset, and touchpad drivers do not need it, but the Radeon graphics driver does. This is in Beta.
  18. This will be the last time I harp on this, but since this ties into the Extended Kernel, that's why I mention all this. Anywho, I created an AMD Driver pack that is compatible with AMD Radeon's such as R4 Stoney Ridge and Rx xxx (Rx 570, etc). This includes everything needed to run Vista (and even XP 64-bit) on Radeon hardware. To run all this (except for the Realtek, chipset and touchpad drivers), Extended Kernel must be installed. You can get all of this here: https://www.mediafire.com/file/lxzpv2afvxzzy6h/AMD_Assorted_Drivers_Pack.zip/file P.S. The graphics driver is in Beta. I'll open a new, separate thread for further discussion on this.
  19. No, but you can set up your account after installing. Just make it up in control panel, log off, and then sign in to it.
  20. Based on the screenshot, you have an AMD Radeon R9 200 series in conjunction with Intel, am I right, or is it something else? I was wondering if the AMD Radeon R4 Stoney Ridge could be made to work with Windows XP x64 bit edition. This is present in such computers like Acer Aspire A315-21. K4Sum1 got its graphics driver to work with Windows Vista (still in Beta) so I was hoping it could also be made to work with XP 64 bit edition. Here's the photo for proof as well as the specs for anybody interested in looking into this: http://windowsenthusiasts1.epizy.com/images/AMD2.JPG I do have the one-core api Extended Kernel set up on my 64-bit XP install on the A315-21. If you are unfamiliar with this, you can familiarize yourself here: https://github.com/Skulltrail192/One-Core-API-Binaries I also have the drivers for Elan Touchpad and Realtek Audio/Ethernet working oob. It also required Fernando's modded AMD SATA driver along with a modded ACPI.sys file integrated. Thanks in advanced to any interested parties.
  21. I forgot that Steam was 32-bit based. At least I also have 7 and 8.1 on my laptop to play it until it works with Vista and XP x64 (through one-core api)
  22. I just wanted to extend my thanks for the Extended Kernel! I like being able to run the latest Firefox now! Also, does Steam work with the latest kernel or are we still a ways off from that.
  23. AMD Radeon Stoney Ridge and related processors (as in all the ones listed in the Windows 7 graphics driver) now has a Vista compatible graphics driver, which means Windows Vista will work, even on AMD's bought in 2019 provided they are based on Stoney Ridge or related processors. It does require Extended Kernel, but unfortunately, it is not quite ready for release yet, and I'm just Beta testing it. The developer is hoping to release it real soon, so please watch here for when it is released. You can see the driver in action here: http://windowsenthusiasts1.epizy.com/images/AMD2.JPG
  24. AMD Radeon Stoney Ridge and related processors (as in all the ones listed in the Windows 7 graphics driver) now has a Vista compatible graphics driver, which means Windows Vista will work, even on AMD's bought in 2019 provided they are based on Stoney Ridge or related processors. It does require Extended Kernel, but unfortunately, it is not quite ready for release yet, and I'm just Beta testing it. The developer is hoping to release it real soon, so please watch here for when it is released. You can see the driver in action here: http://windowsenthusiasts1.epizy.com/images/AMD2.JPG
  25. We also have a working Vista driver for AMD Radeon's such as Stoney Ridge. The driver is not yet ready for release, however, as I am just Beta testing it for the person who developed it. You can see it in action here: http://windowsenthusiasts1.epizy.com/images/AMD2.JPG


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