Jump to content
MSFN is made available via donations, subscriptions and advertising revenue. The use of ad-blocking software hurts the site. Please disable ad-blocking software or set an exception for MSFN. ×

GD 2W10

Member
  • Content Count

    48
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Donations

    $0.00 

Community Reputation

3 Neutral

About GD 2W10

Profile Information

  • OS
    Windows 10 x64

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. I got a wireless adapter which supported 8.1, installed its driver on 2012 R2, but Wifi still isn't working.
  2. Did you install x86 or x64? If you installed x86, try installing XP with those drivers, then upgrade to Vista from there.
  3. I found an easier way. Here's how to do it: 1. You will need Windows Vista installation media and Windows PE media that has diskpart and imagex (not DISM) (If you don't have it, you can use Windows Embedded POSReady 7 setup, which is what I used) 2. Boot the Windows PE or Windows Embedded POSReady 7 CD 3. When you get to setup, open command prompt 4. Type in these commands: diskpart sel disk 0 clean convert mbr cre par pri size=256 format quick fs=fat32 (You can also use NTFS, but FAT32 also works) assign letter w cre par pri size=327
  4. He gave me a Windows 2000 ISO, and I was able to install it. Thank you for your attempt to help me.
  5. Someone got NT 3.51 on a Skylake computer on SATA mode, that should mean it is possible for me to install W2K on that machine, right?
  6. I did not know that. My Surface only has 64-bit EFI, and I cannot use both at the same time on VMWare.
  7. It worked! I had to install it on a CSM VM, then deploy it onto my Surface via Macrium Reflect since that device is UEFI only.
  8. Probably something that they do not support. I don't really know. I have tried deploying Windows 8.1 32-bit on 64 bit UEFI and it did not work. I will try installing Windows 10 32-bit on 64-bit EFI. I will try this on my Surface Pro 6.
  9. It could be very useful if you wanted to dual boot Windows XP and Windows 10 on UEFI.
  10. Yes it would work on Vista. You would need to shrink the NTFS partition by 500 MB-1 GB and create an EFI partition out of that. Then switch to UEFI and run the bootsect, bootrec, and bcdboot commands.
  11. If you thought Microsoft said you can't install Windows on UEFI-MBR, they lied. You actually can. Here is how to do it: Method 1: Deploy Windows on UEFI-MBR 1. Boot a Windows 7-10 Installation CD, and press Shift+F10. You will see a command prompt. 2. Type in these commands: diskpart sel disk 0 convert mbr cre par prim size=500 format quick fs=fat32 assign letter w cre par prim format quick fs=ntfs assign letter c exit dism /apply-image /imagefile:(Windows Installation Media)\sources\install.wim /index:1 /applydir:C:\
  12. Hi, Is it possible to run (install/use) Windows NT 4.0 on a Dell Inspiron 15R -5537 (which came with Windows 8). If it is not possible to run NT 4,0 on that machine, can you run Windows NT 4.0 on a computer that was built for Windows 8 or 10 or one with a Haswell proccessor? I am currently running Windows 2000 on that machine. And no, using a VM is not an option. I am open to doing anything.
×
×
  • Create New...