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ruslanshchur

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  1. But now I not need to sign up to MSFN anyway yet, because I contacted with win32 in Discord
  2. Good news: http://prnt.sc/26e16dw http://prnt.sc/26e16hr (I had to upload two latter files to prnt.sc because of the 300kb limitation)
  3. Ok, this issue is solved for me, but I have another issue... random BSODs... Vista is just unstable on Ryzen, it can give you random BSODs with random codes (IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, BAD_POOL_HEADER, etc), and seems that we need to contact win32 (creator of Windows Vista Extended Kernel) about this issue, but seems that he is active only on msfn.org, and I can't sign up to msfn.org because e-mail just does not arrive to me. So, @George King, could you contact win32 about this issue, and, if possible, bring him to this forum, if he is not in this forum? UPD: I found some person called @Win32, maybe he is real win32 UPD 2: No, he is not real win32
  4. Just for those who wish to run Vista/W2k8 x86 on modern hardware.
  5. Can you answer me the following questions: 1. It is possible to get rid of random BSODs when using Windows Vista on AMD Ryzen? 2. It is possible to fix Haswell+ issues on Windows Vista? 3. It is possible to install Windows Vista on UEFI-only PCs by using methods like VgaShim, UefiSeven, disabling VGA method, FlashBoot Pro, etc? 4. Does there is USB 3.0 and NVMe drivers for Vista? 5. Does there is a patched ACPI.sys if you get BSOD 0x000000A5? 6 (optional question). It is possible to add TRIM support into Vista? And last, but not least question: Does there is eMMC drivers for Windows Vista (and Windows 7, because we can't even install Windows 7 on eMMC drives), and if not, it is possible to backport Windows 8 8056 driver to Windows Vista and 7? P.S. For me, the important problems is 1, and 4 (except NVMe because I have 2 SATA drives and no NVMe drives). The optional problems for me is 6 (I have 1 SSD drive and 1 HDD drive, and I would like to install Windows Vista on SSD drive, yes, you can install it on SSD, but Vista does not support TRIM, and I heard that SSD lifespan will be shorter than if you use Windows 7 or newer)
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