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Realtek HD Audio Drivers Modding for XP/Server 2003 on Modern Hardware


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I have interest in ACPI, Windows XP running on newer hardware. But the problem is that the sound is not working.

Can I edit inf to add a string? Afraid that there will be many problems.

 

For example, my Hardware code

 

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If I can, I'll give it a try.

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31 minutes ago, Dietmar said:

@tpao12

After you have installed the Realtek driver,

disable and then enable again the Microsoft UAA driver in system devices

Dietmar

Thanks I'm going to try it next week with around 80 GB hard disk to do some more testing without disturbing my main system.

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@tpao12

May be the most easy test is to disable all the NVIDIA drivers in Device Manager in Sound,

because I see, that you have there Realtek and Nvidia.

XP may choose the Nvidia driver for sound,

so you hear nothing

Dietmar

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Today I stop working from the company to decide to test immediately.

Oh dear It is a good test.

The cause is Microsoft UAA Driver.

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@Dietmar Please allow me to go off topic. I have a question that I didn't ask you. I've noticed my NVME trying to read the disk and it might freeze. Based on testing, is there a better option for MS drivers?

For example, the Kai-Schtrom NVMe driver.
Which version should I use with XP v1.3 or 1.5?
I saw this option of Ramsey.

 

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Hello everyone. Today I have edited the installation of Audio KB888111 UAA UPDATES to be able to work with SP3. And I have changed the portcls.sys file to version 5.1.2600.5566

File Name kb888111xpsp3_modPatchedInstaller.zip

CRC-32: cf3dea73
SHA-1: 69cdc438d13fb56fa421212f0aeef4ea6f3345c5

SHA-256: af4d536b6aa852064a1134a741c12b1722f4fb61971e87e43e426be4243f6f0d

https://drive.google.com/file/d/11vhm1K2Hgxg4A9LNDqbzBd8Yf-mfPfOO/view?usp=sharing

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Posted (edited)

Released only for Server 2003 SP2 and R2 editions. x86 only

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update file form SP2 
hdaprop.dll 5.10.01.5012
hdashcut.exe 5.10.01.5012
hdaudbus.inf 5.2.3790.3959
hdaudio.inf 5.2.3790.3959
hdaudbus.sys 5.10.01.5013
hdaudio.sys 5.10.01.5012
hdaudres.dll 5.10.01.5012

mssap.dll 10.00.00.3997

portcls.sys 5.2.3790.3959

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_nhOxeBj-CBq9FwBaKEHAQ3T7x0tcNbs/view?usp=sharing

 File: kb888111srvrtm_mod.zip

CRC-32: f7da9b9a
 SHA-1: 04921340a3c122c17690780e57e31038e5fd79b0
 SHA-256: 470212aa46500ef8a26664e4fa422e18b0074b3c624171c30d899651e5531376
 SHA-512: 229deb3ffd7e9564b4aa92247f5826987662461b1a3548fc3ca1bfb0dd57e482505f2afe653ed9fa4f40b1837d8ee2a4b054535b96760bd5d9accbae4947c36c

 

For the x64 version I will try to fix it.

 

 

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Released for Windows Server 2003 x64 and XP x64.

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https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rHyz_s_MQgRnvu6JLgsJmnGD2w5JdTzK/view?usp=sharing

  File: WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB901105-v3-SP2-x64-ENU.zip

hdaudbus.sys 5.10.1.5013

CRC-32: 66da8cd4

SHA-1: 2d60b716819d4ed985975a594d54c9d4fbfd93dd

SHA-256: 4f76278d7e41260bd454d8a7cca7d4870dfb56bbb74251c2f439d6acad323f60

SHA-512: 19ace466d19f8470d93b0ae1681acff817e16427197684193bd9f7838f88b23e3d93ca8c6438c3d6e6b0484a47ab69873bf5f45c27664690fc56b75385d6f6db

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On 6/11/2022 at 12:39 PM, tpao12 said:

Hello everyone. Today I have edited the installation of Audio KB888111 UAA UPDATES to be able to work with SP3. And I have changed the portcls.sys file to version 5.1.2600.5566

File Name kb888111xpsp3_modPatchedInstaller.zip

CRC-32: cf3dea73
SHA-1: 69cdc438d13fb56fa421212f0aeef4ea6f3345c5

SHA-256: af4d536b6aa852064a1134a741c12b1722f4fb61971e87e43e426be4243f6f0d

https://drive.google.com/file/d/11vhm1K2Hgxg4A9LNDqbzBd8Yf-mfPfOO/view?usp=sharing

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I tried installing this on XP SP3 x86 and nothing seemed to change.
My portcls.sys is 5.1.2600.1364.
My hdaudbus.sys and hdaudio.sys are both 5.10.1.5013.

Is that right?
:dubbio:

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1 hour ago, Dave-H said:

I tried installing this on XP SP3 x86 and nothing seemed to change.
My portcls.sys is 5.1.2600.1364.
My hdaudbus.sys and hdaudio.sys are both 5.10.1.5013.

Is that right?
:dubbio:

I changed the portcls.sys file to 5.1.2600.5566. You can try to find the file in the update folder, go to the update.ver file and try deleting the version string file.
and try again

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1 hour ago, Dave-H said:

I tried installing this on XP SP3 x86 and nothing seemed to change.
My portcls.sys is 5.1.2600.1364.
My hdaudbus.sys and hdaudio.sys are both 5.10.1.5013.

Is that right?
:dubbio:

It looks like kb835221 is an older file than kb888111.
5.10.0.5010 (form year 2004)

5.10.1.5013 form year 2005

Yes, the file has been changed to version 5.10.1.5013.

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