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I want to try and get the late-2000s Windows XP netbook feel on a modern 2-in-1 (ASUS TP200SA). I disabled secure boot, enabled CSM, and disabled fast boot in the BIOS. I then tried installing from an unmodified DVD. The install failed with an ACPI error, so I tried again, hitting F7 on the first screen. I then got the “hard disk not recognized” F6 error, so I tried slipstreaming the DriverPacks mass storage drivers with the same result. This led me to believe that it was because the storage was eMMC-based that the installation wasn’t working. I tried installing Windows 10, copying the generic disk.inf driver from there, and slipstreaming that into the ISO. That time, however, I put the ISO in a flash drive running Easy2Boot. I was able to get to the “Welcome to Setup” page, but it the page was frozen and I couldn’t do anything. I’m starting to think that it’s impossible. Any thoughts as to what I might be doing wrong, assuming that this is even possible?
Dear pro-users of 9x/Me! I need your help to install Windows Me. My motherboard AsRock 775i65G r3.0 officially supports Windows 98SE and Me; AGP 256 MB video by NVidia (6800GT) is also officially supported. Only IDE devices for Millennium are used (HDDs and CD/DVD-Drive). I've already tested Windows 2000 on this machine for a couple of months, and everything worked fine. Now I'm trying to install full retail version of Windows Me on ~25 GB primary partition in the beginning of my 320 GB HDD (other partitions except another following primary ~ 50 GB partition for programs are hidden), but still have no luck. First time I've tried it just to check if it's possible to install Millennium with 2 GB RAM. - No luck, just non-stop reboots. Second time I've removed one 1 GB of 2, so only 1 GB left. Everything was fine until second reboot, then "updated system files, continuing to load" message and... Nothing except blinking cursor right after the words "continuing to load". Now I've tried to install 256 Mb of RAM - everything was fine until second reboot again. Just right after the phrase "updated system files, continuing to load" everything stops. In the beginning white cursor blinks some seconds, then PC itself turns off. When I use 1 GB memory stick, PC just freezes with blinking cursor without shutting down. What problem could it be? What processes are made during this stage of installation (second reboot just before the final part)? Can multi-core CPU affect this? Or installed SATA-drives, which are planning to be used by XP? I want to make Millennium on my PC real! :-) Thank you!