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Would an amd ryzen 7 1800x work on Windows Vista?


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1 hour ago, Ximonite said:

I'm pretty sure the issue is USB related. I get the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL blue screen when a USB drive is plugged in.

I got the issues before I even installed USB drivers, even when I only used a ASMedia USB card

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10 hours ago, Ximonite said:

I'm pretty sure the issue is USB related. I get the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL blue screen when a USB drive is plugged in.

I have a phone plugged in, so I can get internet, since no USB NIC I have works on Windows Vista.

What are your specs?

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9 hours ago, asdf2345 said:

I got the issues before I even installed USB drivers, even when I only used a ASMedia USB card

Me too, even when I only used my PS/2 mouse only.

My installation procedure is basically installing Windows Vista on my physical HDD using VMware, then, after the first reboot, complete the installation on the PC, then when I have to setup my user etc... I do it on VMware, after that I just boot it on my PC, install the USB Drivers on the Device Manger, install the newest update, NetFramework 4 for my GPU drivers, and install my GPU drivers, that's about it.

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7 hours ago, ilwalaihr said:

I have a phone plugged in, so I can get internet, since no USB NIC I have works on Windows Vista.

What are your specs?

Ryzen 7 2700X, MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon, 48GB of RAM (Also tried with just 16GB clocked at automatic settings), GTX 970. (I think that's basically what all matters)

Also, screenshot showing my installed drivers

Unti3tled.jpg

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3 minutes ago, asdf2345 said:

Ryzen 7 2700X, MSI X470 Gaming Pro Carbon, 48GB of RAM (Also tried with just 16GB clocked at automatic settings), GTX 970. (I think that's basically what all matters)

Also, screenshot showing my installed drivers

Unti3tled.jpg

Nice amount of RAM there! Here are mine, since I never told my complete specs:

Ryzen 5 2600, AsRock B450M-HDV R4.0, 16GB of RAM, GTX 960 2GB.

And I also get that BSOD sometimes.

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7 hours ago, ilwalaihr said:

What are your specs?

Mine are Ryzen 5 1500x, MSI B350 PC Mate, 16GB RAM, GTX 960 4GB.

My USB issues happen when I have multiple devices plugged into the same controller.

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3 minutes ago, Ximonite said:

Mine are Ryzen 5 1500x, MSI B350 PC Mate, 16GB RAM, GTX 960 4GB.

My USB issues happen when I have multiple devices plugged into the same controller.

The nice things about these older GPUs is that they're still quite good and that they're also compatible with older operating systems.

For me they can happen at any time, I have a variety of USB Devices plugged in to my USB ports.

The OS can refuse to start sometimes, but I don't know if that's USB related.

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10 minutes ago, ilwalaihr said:

Nice amount of RAM there!

The trolls on Steam forums call me dumb and say I don't know how RAM works. I love how this forum is pretty good, or well, at least the sections I'm mostly in are pretty good.

Just now, ilwalaihr said:

The nice things about these older GPUs is that they're still quite good and that they're also compatible with older operating systems.

For me they can happen at any time, I have a variety of USB Devices plugged in to my USB ports.

Same with me, just random bluescreens

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4 minutes ago, Ximonite said:

Mine are Ryzen 5 1500x, MSI B350 PC Mate, 16GB RAM, GTX 960 4GB.

My USB issues happen when I have multiple devices plugged into the same controller.

Try plugging multiple devices into the same controller, then boot into Vista

Also, what BIOS version do you have?

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2 minutes ago, asdf2345 said:

Try plugging multiple devices into the same controller, then boot into Vista

Also, what BIOS version do you have?

I have already tried this before. It boots but only sees one device.

My BIOS version is E7A34AMS.AE0

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17 minutes ago, Ximonite said:

I have already tried this before. It boots but only sees one device.

My BIOS version is E7A34AMS.AE0

Almost forgot you also had a MSI motherboard.

It seems to me that we should wait and see if Win32 or any other can solve the problem, this seems to be a Ryzen specific issue.

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