a) multiprocesor ACPI .... immediately end ... missing files b) singleprocesor ACPI ..... BSOD c) PC with ACPI ........ BSOD d) multiprocesor SystemPro Compaq ... BSOD e) singleprocesor PC MPS ... BSOD f) multiprocesor PC MPS .... immediately end ... missing files g) standard PC .... BSOD h) standard PC with C-step I486 .... BSOD
NO WAY ??? I think ..... installation process XP does not know that they should assign DEV_0F21 to the standard IDE controller. Perhaps it would like to modify an INF.
Can not. We have application software that is licensed to XP. It's a few tens of thousands of dollars. That's why I'm trying to find a way for XP.
In case with ACPI .... BSOD 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xF73B9066, 0xF78D1EA0, 0xF78D1B9C) .. too same in IDE or AHCI mode Without ACPI (F7 key) ...BSOD 0x0000007B (0xF78D2524, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
All installations XP (AHCI, IDE mode) ended in BSOD. In IDE mode, the driver for DEV_0F21 is missing .. I think.
Installing in AHCI-Mod ..... Device Manager ... IDE / ATA Controller Sections .. 1. ATA channel 0 ... ID HW = Intel-0f23 2. Standard AHCI 1.0 controller with Serial ATA ... ID HW = PCI\VEN8086&DEV_0F23&SUBSYS_0F231849&REV_0E
Installing in IDE Mode ... Device Manager ... IDE / ATA Controller Sections .. 1. ATA Channel 0 ... ID HW = Intel-0f21 2. ATA Channel 1 ... ID HW = Intel-0f21 3. PCI Standard 2-channel IDE ... ID HW = PCI\VEN8086&DEV_0F21&SUBSYS_0F211849&REV_0E
Attention. In IDE mode, it's really 0F21 instead of 0F23 in AHCI mode.
OK. Give me time ... install the W7. I know there was DEV_0F23