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#301 Dietmar

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Posted 3 weeks ago

@ruthan,

in my summerholidays I write the driver

nvme.sys new for scsiport.

Then, nvme boot will work via ntbootdd

for XP SP3 for the Sabertooth X79 board.

I for myself have not the possibilty,

to integrate generic NVMEInt13 *.dxe file

to the Bios

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#302 Dietmar

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Posted 3 weeks ago

Icy box mechanical writeprotected,

with EWF enabled, USB boot from nvme optane 32 GB, on Asrock board

nice :)

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#303 ruthan

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Posted 3 weeks ago

It this optane speed real? Its way faster than even specs.

 

What is exact model, i tried to find some to buy and there are lots of different models of Optane 32 GB, i dunno which one to buy?



#304 Dietmar

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Posted 3 weeks ago

No, some files from optane are load to ram via EWF.

Because of this and only on FAT32

writeprotect boot of XP is possible

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#305 ruthan

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Posted 2 weeks ago

I wonder do you have some X79 MB with 2 PS/2 ports or its PS/2 Y cable working for some PS/2 combo port on X79. I know that some MBs, supporting it but they are Z97 and Z170 newer ones, to my Asrock Z97, it was added by Bios patched by Asrock, when i asked for it.

 

 BTW i checked X79 pure Dos sound and its working fine with Yamahas and Aureals, when you disable right things for Dos Bios boot profile.



#306 Dietmar

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Posted 2 weeks ago

On the Sabertooth X79 board,

only the keyboard works in PS/2.

So, you have to add an USB mouse too.

I looked, if I found my serial :) mouse for COM1 from 1997,

but did not find

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Posted 2 weeks ago

I like PS/2 because is more fail proof and its and its working well with pure Dos and Win98. There are some PCI PS/2 adapter, but i never heard that someone made them working with newer MBs.



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Posted A week ago

Today I make a new acpi.sys for XP SP3 32 bit.
It works on AMD, Intel motherboards,
for all languages,

How to use it with already installed system within MPS mode ? Just rewrite the file and reboot with ACPI HAL line through boot.ini file?



#309 Dietmar

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Posted A week ago

@ruthan

I tried this, but without success.

Only the way vice versa (Acpi->MPS) works for me.

And even in this, I do not come back.

A lot of values in registry changed,

when you switch between them

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#310 ruthan

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Posted A week ago

For Z170 MB it worked me, with patched bios. With Z370, i can at least boot with ACPI, after MPS installation, but i still have that some programs are not working issues - probably broken timer.

   So that new acpi file is different than modded from registry point of view?

 

  Im simply using this boot.ini line:
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows ACPI" /noexecute=AlwaysOff /fastdetect /KERNEL=ntkrpamp.exe  /HAL=Halmacpi.dll






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