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  1. Nox (OST) - Frank Klepacki | Full + Tracklist [Original Game Soundtrack]
  2. Hello there Jakob99, you are correct it is a AMD Radeon R9 200 Video Card running with an X99 Intel in that screenshot. && That's an interesting thought, I did some rather minor research on my end and my only theory is you could perhaps compare or maybe even somehow make use of older Windows XP x64 drivers pertaining to the AM1 or FM2/FM2+ APU chips. They might be similar enough in some aspects... (This might also apply to the R7/R9 AMD GPUs). Though this is just an idea I am throwing out... As far as the APUs, I've only ever owned an AM1 out of the two. The AM1 comes with R3 graphics. If I somehow had this particular computer you speak of, or one having that AMD Radeon R4 Stoney Ridge chip, I would help test that for you. Good luck! && Another thing, that Extended Kernel of yours is quite nice, keep up the great work. I never thought I'd see the day when there was such a thing for this lovely OS.
  3. Welcome to MSFN @Allen John! ^_^
  4. Versailles - MASQUERADE [Official Music Video]
  5. ~ Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Intel(R) Gigabit LAN x99 Platform ~ Tested Motherboards: ASUS SABERTOOTH x99, & ASUS Z10PE-D16 WS. Notes: Feel free to test this on other x99 boards or ones pertaining to this driver somehow. Installed and 'Working': ASUS Z10PE-D16 WS (Intel® I210-AT) currently using Intel® I218-LM choice and have tested Intel® I218-V and Intel® I217-LM with similar results thus far. Notes: It seems to run well with web browsing, P2P connections, virtualization (VMware) and connection sharing. Currently known Issues with ASUS Z10PE-D16 WS using this driver... Sometimes It disconnects and reconnects itself randomly... So, it's tempermental at least in my own testing. Installed with Errors: ASUS SABERTOOTH x99 (Intel® I218-V) using/testing all options including Intel® I218-V choice which is native for the board. Currently known Issues with ASUS SABERTOOTH using this driver... Error Codes: 01 and 10. Install Method: Device Manager (Force Install). Step by Step: Go to Device Manager and right click Update Driver. Select "No, not this time" and Click Next. Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" & Click Next. Click "Have Disc..." and Click Browse... Go to folder "Intel® I2xx-xx (XP x64)" Select the file "e1d51x64" and Click Yes. Download Link: ( https://www.mediafire.com/file/ouxct64c06e4fts/Intel%C2%AE_I2xx-xx_%28XP_x64%29.7z/file ) Notes: Keep in mind, this is technically experimental so it would be wise to make a backup before proceeding with any driver installs. Results may vary... As always, I do hope this is helpful to someone... Sincerely, XP-x64-Lover
  6. ELYSION-エリシオン-「終焉のカンパネラ」MV(FULL)
  7. ミラクルチンパンジー / 瞬き(TVアニメ「佐々木と宮野」オープニング・テーマ)
  8. エアロスミス - I Don't Want to Miss a Thing (Cover by −真天地開闢集団−ジグザグ)
  9. The latest version shall certainly work as of writing this; with NVMe Drives too. ^-^
  10. My Windows XP Professional x64 Edition VL Workstation (Desktop Preview). Computer Name: Majestic White Tiger. Tis a beautiful system to say the least, it has taken a great deal of energy and time resolving the many challenges along the way though. Not to mention the rather insane amount of money poured into it. (Everything works well now). Yet, such is very much so worth it for myself, as this has been a dream build of mine since more than a decade ago! I forgot XP x64 only seems to see 32 physical cores and 64 logical cores. Yet, here I am pushing the very limits of XP x64; and thus my dream has still come true even if I am not utilizing all 44 cores and 88 threads.
  11. I have been focusing greatly on restructuring my life's foundation day by day; in which case this can Indeed apply to a variety of areas. A feeling of continual determination is present; also that of a deep exhaustion from worklife and humanity in general. Ultimately, this being is surviving and striving forward.
  12. World of Warcraft - Cinematic Trailer (Original)


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