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    Dietmar got a reaction from imadam__ in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    I just build an XP SP3 with the Sata driver from Kai and the storport.sys with SMART support, with all updates for XP and my last acpi.sys from last August.
    For USB I use the from Win8.1 ported driver.
    It boots XP SP3 on all(!) my Intel boards from x58 to z690, always all USB works,
    niccccee😍
    Dietmar
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    Dietmar reacted to George King in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    Compiling ACPI v2.0 driver for Windows XP SP3 and Windows 2003 SP2 (x32/x64)
     Here are compiled ACPI2.0 v4 from latest sources   1) x86 Windows XP x86 SP3 (5.1.2600.7777.4) + Windows Server 2003 SP2 (5.2.3790.7777.4) debug and free   2) x64 Windows Server 2003 / XP SP2 (5.2.3790.7777.4) debug and free   https://www.mediafire.com/file/wsqgptapdrxhidf/ACPI2.0_v4_x86+x64_5.1+5.2.7z/file
     
    Extras included:
    a) _OSI extra OS list to unlock hidden devices
    b) modded acpiosnt.rc to overwrite PruductVersion attribute in file info, replaced "," with "." so it's now in same logic as other standard files, added .4 to easily detect which patch was used as build base
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    Dietmar got a reaction from George King in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    I make some more fun:
    Here I compare a 12600 against an i980 on a x58 Sabertooth board with generic XP SP3.
    This x58 board has onboard USB3 (Nec, 214MByte/s RW) and also 6 GByte Sata (Sata3).
    Voila, geekbench 2 shows about 14000 points for the 12600 cpu and about 12000 points for the i980 cpu.
    Hm, this means nearly no difference in speed in 11 years old cpu
    Dietmar
    PS: All USB works with the nice win8 driver from @Mov AX, 0xDEAD .
     

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    Dietmar got a reaction from Strange_Aeons in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @Strange_Aeons
    This is the website frome @daniel_k .
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/drivers-and-tools-to-run-windows-xp-on-newer-hardware.81607/
    There are also new usb drivers for XP SP3
    Dietmar
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    Dietmar got a reaction from Strange_Aeons in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @Strange_Aeons
    Here it is from @Mov AX, 0xDEAD
    https://ufile.io/pfj0x2rv
     
    For me, this USB driver works on all Intel boards,
    have a nice day
    Dietmar
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    Dietmar got a reaction from George King in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @pappyN4
    Here it is.
    Pass is my name from the deleted Fernando forum thread
    Dietmar
    https://ufile.io/91lkw4t0
     
     
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    Dietmar got a reaction from pappyN4 in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @pappyN4
    Here it is.
    Pass is my name from the deleted Fernando forum thread
    Dietmar
    https://ufile.io/91lkw4t0
     
     
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    Dietmar got a reaction from Andalu in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    I just build an XP SP3 with the Sata driver from Kai and the storport.sys with SMART support, with all updates for XP and my last acpi.sys from last August.
    For USB I use the from Win8.1 ported driver.
    It boots XP SP3 on all(!) my Intel boards from x58 to z690, always all USB works,
    niccccee😍
    Dietmar
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    Dietmar got a reaction from Toopins in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @Vertex
    Use the Sata driver from Kai Schtrom.
    This are the most generic drivers for AHCI devices until now
    Dietmar
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/storahci-for-windows-2003/files/latest/download
     
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    Dietmar reacted to pappyN4 in XP/W2k3 x64 on Modern Hardware   
    Build ISO with nLite
    WinXP64 ISO and updates
    en_win_xp_pro_x64_with_sp2_vl_x13-41611.iso
    5eraph_Windows_XP_x64_Post-SP2_UpdatePack_ENU_v2019-08.7z; https://www.mediafire.com/folder/x6qqeye5y0a0x/x64
    WinXP ISO and updates
    en_windows_xp_professional_with_service_pack_3_x86_cd_vl_x14-73974.iso
    XPSP3_QFE_UpdatePack_20210829_Pro.7z; https://www.4shared.com/web/directDownload/0t47E_Vhea/B8-gUmU2.8a5c8b6a84dcde59d76300e08ab95fac
    XPSP3_QFE_POSReady_Addon_20200528_5er.7z;  https://www.4shared.com/web/directDownload/pCl2jGEqea/B8-gUmU2.7befe8c26d0ff79f226742fccad3d4c3
    Note: order matters, in nlite have the UpdatePack run first, then the POSReady updates
    Note2: in POSReady updates, entries_POSUpdates.ini has a bug with nlite, you will need to comment out these lines
    ;Prevents Windows Setup copying drivers from driver.cab that the integrator failed to update ;drvindex.inf|ks.sys||2 ;drvindex.inf|termdd.sys||1 ;drvindex.inf|hsf_fs|hsf_fsks.sys|1
    Compile NTOSKRNL_Emu; https://github.com/MovAX0xDEAD/NTOSKRNL_Emu
    Backport drivers/ create whatever patch files from above.
    Install nLite 1.4.9.3
    extract Windows ISO to folder
    run nlite, customize as you want, make sure to import the postSP2 update pack
    once you get to the create ISO stage stop

    ==============ACPI/NTOSKRNL/STORPORT============================
    open nlited ISO folder and extract SP3.cab (XP), SP2.cab (XP64) to a folder
    replace acpi.sys, add storport.sys, storpor8.sys, ntoskrn8.sys to folder
    use CabPack1.4 to recreate SP#.cab and replace cab file from ISO folder
    replace ACPI.SY_, add STORPORT.SY_, STORPOR8.SY_, NTOSKRN8.SY_ to I386 (XP), AMD64 (XP64) folder
    use cabsdk  to compress eg: "CABARC -m LZX:21 N ACPI.SY_ ACPI.SYS"
    ------------------------------------------------
    (I386 folder for XP) (AMD64 folder for XP64)

    in DOSNET.INF add   (x64 already has a storport.sys line)
    [FloppyFiles.1]
    d1,ntoskrn8.sys
    d1,storpor8.sys
    d1,storport.sys
    [Files]
    d1,ntoskrn8.sys
    d1,storpor8.sys
    d1,storport.sys
    ------------------------------------------------
    in TXTSETUP.SIF   add   (x64 already has a storport.sys line)
    [SourceDisksFiles]
    storport.sys = 1,,,,,,3_,4,0,0,,1,4
    usbd.sys = 1,,,,,,4_,4,0,0,,1,4        ;force load for mb with xhci only
    [SourceDisksFiles.amd64]   OR    [SourceDisksFiles.x86]
    ntoskrn8.sys = 1,,,,,,3,4,0,0,,1,4
    storpor8.sys = 1,,,,,,3,4,0,0,,1,4
    [FileFlags]
    ntoskrn8.sys = 16
    storpor8.sys = 16
    storport.sys = 16
    =================================================================
    =================Other Patches=====================================
    replace SHELL32.DL_ patched version to AMD64 or I386 folder
    replace TCPIP.DL_ and TCPIP6.DL_ patched version to AMD64 or I386 folder
    for x86 replace sndrec32,disk,partmgr, and other files from AVX/PAE patch to the I386 folder or the SP#.cab as needed
    =================Make ISO======================================
    make ISO in nLite and test. 
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    Dietmar reacted to gordo999 in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    Hi guys...just checking in. Nothing to say, so I'll shut up.
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    Dietmar reacted to pappyN4 in XP/W2k3 x64 on Modern Hardware   
    Patches
    shell32 missing icon notification patch (x86/x64)
     
    tcpip & tcpip6 max connection limit patch (x86/x64)
     
    WinXPPAE v3.5 patch not needed, XP64 is good up to 128GB of ram.
     
    AVX/AVX2 patch (only x86 version exists)
     
    GPT native support on data volume.  With XP32 you have to copy disk.sys and partmgr.sys  from server2003x86, but with XP64 its based on 5.2 (like 2003x64).
     
    sndrec32 2GB patch (only needed for x86, x64 does not need patch)
     
    Patch for applications
    4GB patcher to add /LARGEADDRESSAWARE flag for EXEs. Otherwise 32bit process is limited to 2GB. This would allow it to use all 4GB. Useful for some games or apps that can use a lot of RAM.
    https://ntcore.com/?page_id=371
     
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    Dietmar got a reaction from Toopins in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @Toopins
    Yes, no Hibernation of XP for board >=Skylake
    Dietmar
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    Dietmar got a reaction from George King in I am looking for a PCIe card for WinXP debugging   
    @Gelip
    I did step by step exact what you wrote.
    Does not work.
    On second boot step of XP there is no connection to the PCIe slotcard on the Asrock z370 k6 board, no matter which (now I have 5 different cards) you use for this
    Dietmar
    PS: Sundos shows D000 & COM1
    and an extra test confirm this with
    debug
    -d 40:0 confirms Com port on COM1 with 00 D0.
     
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    Dietmar got a reaction from George King in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    Looks, like Gigabyte enables full CSM support on this board
    Gigabyte Z690 UD DDR4 (rev. 1.0)
    with Bios F5.
    "Add Legacy Game Compatibility Mode option"
    I will test this board with 12900k cpu in next days for XP SP3 boot
    Dietmar
     
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    Dietmar got a reaction from George King in I am looking for a PCIe card for WinXP debugging   
    @Gelip
    Before I get nuts, I go back to my Asrock z370 Fatalty gaming K6 board.
    Oh..what a nice board😍. At once normal Windbg works through its internal COM1 port.
    Tomorrow I try your methode on this board with one after the other of all my PCIe serial slot cards. By the way, I just ordered your Card PCIe Sunix SER5427A also
    Dietmar
     
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    Dietmar reacted to Gelip in I am looking for a PCIe card for WinXP debugging   
    @Dietmar @infuscomus
    Yeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaa!!! 😀😁😛😜
    It finally worked ! Tested debug WinXP SP2 64-bit
    If the PC has a integrated COM port on the motherboard, turn it off in the bios I plugged my PCIe RS232 Sunix SER5427A card into the PCIe x1 slot Check I/O port my card in Debian or Windows with pciutlis - lspci -s xx:xx.x -v, my card has D000 Mod kdcom.dll x64 in offset 1024 change F803 to 00D0 (little endian) Replace kdcom.dll in WINDOWS\system32 on debuged PC We set up debug in boot.ini: /debug /debugport=COM1: /baudrate=14400 On host PC run WinDbg baudrate 115200 Boot debugged PC to MS-DOS 6.22 with tools debug.exe and grub.exe (GRUB4DOS) Insert I/O addres to memory 40:0 for COM1 (my is D000) (or simply run sundos.exe)
    debug
    -e 40:0 00 D0
    -q Run GRUB4DOS (grub.exe) Boot WinXP (menu.lst): default 0 timeout 5 title Boot WinXP map (hd0) (hd1) map (hd1) (hd0) map --hook find --set-root /ntldr chainloader /ntldr P.S. If on a computer with WinDbg we have a modern PCIe card with an RS232 port that allows higher speeds, then you can set the maximum to what both PCIe cards allow, for me you can do this:
    boot.ini - 57600 & WinDbg 460800😁
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    Dietmar got a reaction from infuscomus in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @infuscomus
     
    Thanks a lot!
    This weekend I have crazy work with examen from pupils.
    But on next weekend (or even 2 days earlier) I will try this new acpi.sys .
    Have a nice day
    Dietmar
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    Dietmar reacted to infuscomus in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @Dietmar
    OK, I've resolved the missing exports for vista beta 5112 acpi.sys chk build.
    Can you please debug when you have time?
    https://ufile.io/giwcu5ic
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    Dietmar reacted to iyut in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    16 messages about Quantum theory from the former thread, if you allow to post it.
    Perhaps such conversations are a pleasant offtopic.
    16_messages_about_Quantum_theory.doc
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    Dietmar reacted to infuscomus in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    @Dietmar
    here you go.
    https://ufile.io/3gzbkrf1
     
    P.S I included HALs too but have not yet tested them.
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    Dietmar reacted to iyut in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
    Hello colleagues,
    here is an archive of forum's topic "Windows XP, 2003 x32 on modern hardware" (2018-2021) from win-raid.com, for the benefit of WinXP' admirers.
    https://www.upload.ee/files/13683020/WinXP_2003_x32_on_modern_hardware.rar.html
    EDIT:  above is a new link, with small corrections, and divided into 5 parts.  If one-page, consumes 190 mb of RAM in Firefox.
    View in Firefox, because Chrome doesn't support spoilers.
    (If you have downloaded the previous file, please delete, this one is better).
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    Dietmar got a reaction from George King in XP/W2k3 x86 on Modern Hardware   
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