HyperbolicEllipsoid Posted July 29, 2020 Share Posted July 29, 2020 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? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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