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  1. Hello, I am trying to build a PC.This is my build list (I got a different GPU, but it’s still an RTX 4070) https://newegg.io/8f3ca36 I realized that the power supply (750 W) enough as my GPU wouldn’t work. I got this new 1200 W power supply: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C1JKK1YZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_gT6CYj3Y6f6Iq When I try to turn on everything, nothing happens. Usually with my old PSU the logo would glow up, but nothing happens. I am sure everything is connected. What should I do?
  2. is this ported from Longhorn? (Sorry for the repeat idk what happened)
  3. Would NTOSKRNL Emu Extender be able to backport the generic audio drivers in Vista x64 to XP x64? I installed XP x64 on my Surface Pro 1, and I can't install any audio drivers, so would backporting the generic audio drivers from Vista/7/8 x64 to XP work with NTOSKRNL Emu Extender?
  4. I have managed to install Windows XP on a UEFI Class 3 Surface Pro 1. I believe I am the first to do this. The Surface Pro 1 only officially supports Windows 8-10, but I have gotten 7 and Vista to work, and now XP. I’ve gotten WiFi to work with an adapter. I haven’t gotten graphics or audio working yet. Here is the showcase video: Special thanks to George King, as I used his XP2ESD tool to install Windows XP on this laptop. Also thanks to UsefulAGKHelper for his method of installing XP on UEFI Class 3. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Boot the USB. This ISO uses a Windows 10 PE, but has a Windows XP x64 install.wim. 2. Open command prompt by pressing "Shift+F10" 3. On the command prompt, type in the following commands: diskpart sel dis 0 clean conv gpt cre par efi size=100 form quick fs=fat32 assign letter w cre par pri form quick assign letter c exit D:\ (where your USB is) cd sources dism /apply-image /imagefile:install.wim /index:1 /applydir:C:\ - If DISM doesn't work, go to D:\support\tools\gimagex and deploy the image with gimagex.exe in the x64 folder 4. Open up Notepad, and click "Open" or "Save As". Enable all files to be viewed. Go to "D:\EFI partition". Copy the EFI folder onto W:\ (the boot partition) 5. Go back to Command Prompt. Type in "D:\support\tools\Bootice\BOOTICEx64.exe" 6. On Bootice, go to the BCD tab. Click on "Other BCD file". Click on the "...". Go to the BCD file (you can find this in W:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot). Click on "Professional Mode". 7. Click on "Windows XP" under "Application Objects" 8. Under "ApplicationDevice" and "OSDevice", set the boot disk to wherever your XP installation is (most likely disk 0) and the boot part to C:\ (your Windows XP partition). **Every time XP boots, it will always show the boot manager. You can turn it off on Bootice by going to the BCD tab and opening the XP BCD and clicking "Easy Mode", then uncheck "Display boot menu". 9. Reboot. You should be logged in to the Administrator account. If the screen is not displaying anything, you need to reset the resolution. Hit Windows Key + R, and type in desk.cpl. Hit "tab" four times, hit the right arrow four times, hit "tab" once, hit the right arrow once. Then press enter. The screen should now display. USB works on Windows XP. There are no WiFi drivers. You will need to purchase a seperate USB wireless adapter. Also, I have not been able to get sound working on the machine. Getting a USB sound card might fix that.
  5. these the IDs: - HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0280&SUBSYS_14141E20&REV_1000 - HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2806&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000
  6. these the IDs: - HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0280&SUBSYS_14141E20&REV_1000 - HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2806&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000
  7. Hello, I have successfully installed Windows XP x64 on a Surface Pro 1. I am trying to get audio working. Is there KB835221 for XP x64? error says "Install Microsoft HD Audio QFE File (KB853221.exe ) Failure ! !"
  8. error says "Install Microsoft HD Audio QFE File (KB853221.exe ) Failure ! !"
  9. Is there KB835221 for XP x64? I need it because I am trying to get audio working, and I can't use x86 as I am running XP on a Surface Pro 1.
  10. Yes. I made that tutorial. In theory, yes, because Vista and Windows 11 both use BOOTMGR, and both can be used on UEFI, therefore this means you can install any of them in any order. Now, if we're talking about real hardware, then that's another story. If you don't have CSM, you will need 3rd-party solutions to get Vista working on UEFI Class 3. Also, Vista tends to have several bugs on post-Ivy Bridge hardware. If I were you, if you have CSM or Legacy boot mode, if you were on UEFI, I would convert the existing 11 installation from GPT to MBR (use a program like AOMEI Partition Wizard), then install Vista on a separate partition.
  11. Hello, I am trying to install Windows Vista on my MSI GF63 Thin. I have an NVME SSD and can't find any universal drivers for them. Would the drivers found in @George King's XP2ESD pack work? Also, how do I integrate the drivers into the Vista ISO?
  12. I tried another Windows 2000 ISO which had SATA drivers integrated into it. I installed with WinNTSetup and got past "Setup is starting Windows 2000" when pressing F7, but keyboard didn't work at all. I get the following error: "The following value in the -SIF file used by Setup corrupted or missing: Value 1 on line 0 in section [Keyboard] Setup cannot continue. To quit Setup. press F3." I can't turn on legacy keyboard emulation because my BIOS doesn't give an option for that and the laptop is too new. How do I get around this?
  13. Hi, I am wanting to install Windows 2000 on a Dell Latitude 5490, a Kaby Lake machine. I've installed XP with XP2ESD 1.7 by @George King, and Windows Vista and Windows 7 on that laptop. And before anyone says it, no, I am not going to use a VM. And also, the legacy internal boot wouldn't be a problem, as even though it isn't supported, I can use something like WinSetupfromUSB to get around it as legacy external boot is supported. What would I need to do to get 2000 running on the Dell? The laptop has no CD drive, so I would have to install with USB. I have a SATA m2 SSD and USB 3.0. Also, @George King ported the Windows 8 drivers to Windows XP for AHCI and USB 3.0 in the XP2ESD pack, would they work on 2000? And how would I get ACPI working on 2000?
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