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Windows 2000 on Haswell?


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I looked into it when Haswell first came out, only to find that no motherboard manufacturer offered any drivers whatsoever for Windows XP, much less Windows 2000 (aside from Intel's own chipset device software).

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Scroll down - Post#466 - Appears to be XP drivers -

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/24340-intel-gma-drivers/page-24

edit - please note that the following thread categorically states that they don't even work on XP.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/170907-solved-xp-freeze-on-dual-boot-with-7/

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  • 3 weeks later...

I bought Intel NUC D54250WYK and test it.

Let's see my blog.

I could install almost drivers without VGA. :thumbdown

Check if BlackWingCat has made some port. W2k runs on ich10r thanks to him.

And see also here.

BSoD / Intel NUC D54250WYK + Haswell Graphics Drivers 6.14.10.5445

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BWC... Thank you I've been thinking of buying NUC for a long time but was afraid of 2000 compatibility. This is good information.

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I looked into it when Haswell first came out, only to find that no motherboard manufacturer offered any drivers whatsoever for Windows XP, much less Windows 2000 (aside from Intel's own chipset device software).

Intel's latest Chipset Device Software (2/25/2014) just went up, and it looks like they've dropped support not only for Windows 2000, but Windows XP as well.

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There is the unofficial Graphics Drivers 6.14.10.5441 (aka 14.56.0.5441), which support XP, and Haswell and IvyBridge, floating around the net.

Attached is an inf for it, with the erroneous (but cosmetic) "Intel® HD Graphics 3000" corrected to "Intel® HD Graphics 4000", as it should be.

igxp32.inf for Intel Graphics 6.14.10.5441.7z

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I have already tried offical version 6.14.10.5441.

It is haswell 1st generation XP RTM driver.

The 5445 is 2nd.

The 5449 is 3rd.

There is the unofficial Graphics Drivers 6.14.10.5441 (aka 14.56.0.5441), which support XP, and Haswell and IvyBridge, floating around the net.

Attached is an inf for it, with the erroneous (but cosmetic) "Intel® HD Graphics 3000" corrected to "Intel® HD Graphics 4000", as it should be.

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I have already tried offical version 6.14.10.5441.

It is haswell 1st generation XP RTM driver.

The 5445 is 2nd.

The 5449 is 3rd.

There is the unofficial Graphics Drivers 6.14.10.5441 (aka 14.56.0.5441), which support XP, and Haswell and IvyBridge, floating around the net.

The 5441 driver seems to be the last one that supports XP.

None of the later drivers have even a leaked or unofficial version for XP, AFAIK.

Am I wrong?

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I have already tried offical version 6.14.10.5441.

It is haswell 1st generation XP RTM driver.

The 5445 is 2nd.

The 5449 is 3rd.

There is the unofficial Graphics Drivers 6.14.10.5441 (aka 14.56.0.5441), which support XP, and Haswell and IvyBridge, floating around the net.

The 5441 driver seems to be the last one that supports XP.

None of the later drivers have even a leaked or unofficial version for XP, AFAIK.

Am I wrong?

I think you are wrong.

And 5441 is previous official driver, but the link closed now.(Cause of it is old)

Plz see #5 link lastest comment.

You can download XP lastest driver (7th Mar 2014) from link.

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The 5441 driver seems to be the last one that supports XP.

None of the later drivers have even a leaked or unofficial version for XP, AFAIK.

Am I wrong?

I think you are wrong.

And 5441 is previous official driver, but the link closed now.(Cause of it is old)

Plz see #5 link lastest comment.

You can download XP lastest driver (7th Mar 2014) from link.

You're right. I stand corrected.

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Scroll down - Post#466 - Appears to be XP drivers -

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/24340-intel-gma-drivers/page-24

edit - please note that the following thread categorically states that they don't even work on XP.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/170907-solved-xp-freeze-on-dual-boot-with-7/

Please note that said post now points to another (last page) post indicating the same as BWC. Intel doesn't have their *ahem* together at all. :(

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