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GD 2W10

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  1. I cannot find the USB3 driver for XP nor can I find the ACPI driver.
  2. Will this driver work on XP? If not, can someone send the link for the XP USB3 driver?
  3. I cannot change the hard drive mode and I am currently using UEFI with CSM and have installed 8.1 and Vista on CSM.
  4. Hello, Is it possible to install Windows XP on a Skylake machine? I am trying to install it on an HP Elitebook 840 G3. I tried integrating an AHCI driver, but I got the error code 0x0000007b both times when pressing F5 > Standard PC and F7. This should be possible, as someone got Windows NT 3.51 on a Skylake machine.
  5. I have a very easy way to do it. Here's how. 1. Get a Windows 10 ISO and mount it. 2. Make a folder and call it a name. I will call it Windows 10 PE. 3. Copy the "boot" and "efi" folders and also copy bootmgr and bootmgr.efi. 4. Create a folder in the Windows 10 PE folder and call it "sources". 5. Copy "boot.wim" from sources in the Windows 10 ISO and paste it into the sources folder in the Windows 10 PE folder. 6. Download NTLite. 7. Click on Add > Image directory 8. Select your Windows 10 PE folder. 9. Right click on boot.wim and click Create I
  6. I got a wireless adapter which supported 8.1, installed its driver on 2012 R2, but Wifi still isn't working.
  7. Did you install x86 or x64? If you installed x86, try installing XP with those drivers, then upgrade to Vista from there.
  8. 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
  9. He gave me a Windows 2000 ISO, and I was able to install it. Thank you for your attempt to help me.
  10. 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?
  11. I did not know that. My Surface only has 64-bit EFI, and I cannot use both at the same time on VMWare.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
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