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Supporting Intel Core i3 8th gen Processors.

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Hi! I bought a new computer and i have a question.

My new computer: "Intel Core i3-8100 3.6ghz + MSI ARMOR GTX 1050 TI."

Can my computer is run a Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 64 bit?

 

Thanks!

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it will work but with issues and usb 3 was never supported by intel

 

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On 11/3/2019 at 3:41 AM, m1shaez said:

Hi! I bought a new computer and i have a question.

My new computer: "Intel Core i3-8100 3.6ghz + MSI ARMOR GTX 1050 TI."

Can my computer is run a Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 64 bit?

 

Thanks!

Seeing this is a Coffee Lake CPU, partially, at worst.
To install, you'll require...
*VLite (to integrate drivers in a Windows Vista installation)
**A newer ACPI.sys file (Windows XP did; Vista may not, depending on the vendor)
*SATA/ACHI Drivers (These are Windows XP drivers, but they should work)
*Modified Windows 7 driver for your Intel® UHD Graphics 630 (this may not work because it's meant for 7)

I do not recall any forum post mentioning getting the 1050 TI to work on Windows Vista...I do not believe modified drivers exist for the 1050...

Also, you'll need to provide what sound card you are using. Do you happen to be using a wireless card by chance? I'm also not aware whether the video card I provided will provide chipset drivers or not.

Edited by ~♥Aiko♥Chan♥~

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Vista's integrated AHCI driver would probably work. Hardware RAID would be a different story but I don't think it's present in that configuration.

I also don't believe that Vista has any ACPI issues like NT 5.x does; it would be unfortunate if it did, considering that the modified acpi.sys actually comes from a later Longhorn build (50xx-52xx) I believe, and probably would be equally or less functional than the one with the released product.

And for the 1050 TI, look for modified 372.70 drivers. They do not work well with DirectX applications though.

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