so much fun you can only have with XP:
The silly nvme 950pro does not like to boot with XP,
because it has an own Bios which fake it as IDE harddisk. I will test this on a compi without
any knowledge of nvme in Bios tomorrow.
The method from S4 is crazy but good:
During the start process, XP cannot recognice,
when you change the underlying harddisk,
as long as it is absolut identic to the one during boot.
First I thought, I kill my nvme disk, because with Winhex
I write 00 everywhere on it. Aomei tells me then, that my "ssd"
is frozen. But when I copy the valid mbr from other nvme,
all was ok again.
Well, when you are able to change very quick the bootdevice after first step,
voila it is the other .
Some parts are rescued here from old 911CD forum also,
and I think the method from S4 is written as tutorial here.
In a minute I test, whether new dumpdisk.sys is needed or not,
I write here,
have a nice evening
Edit: Hi dencorso, no need to change the "old" diskdump.sys 5.1.2600.5512
against the new 5.2.3790.4173 one. No difference, as I can see during boot,