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Eugene K
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    • Hi Fernando,

      I've checked a hash sum of the original iso file and it is the same as the one on Microsoft site
      Added only one driver and got the same result: STOP 0x7E, acpi.sys (the same number at BSOD)
      Without adding the new driver under the original XP image I've got another BSOD
      Computer has now the only hdd SATA controller (one channel for HDD and one channel for DVD)
      Can you please advise if there are any other further actions
      Thank you

      Regards,
      Eugene

    • Thank you.

      Still does not work even though the driver was loaded (make video to be sure, message about loading SATA AHCI .... DEV_22A3 ..... present)
      BSOD after all driver loaded and 5 sec dark screen. STOP: 0x7E.
      Win XP SP 3.

      I presume that nothing else can be done, right?

      Regards,
      Eugene

    • Hi Dieter,

      thank you. Just double checked, under Win 7 it looks like the standard MS AHCI1.0 SATA device. ID 8086:22A3 (REV_21)

      Regards,
      Eugene

    • Sorry. I want to install WinXP on Dell Inspire 20. If it is important to note.

    • Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #13
      DEV_22A3 is the DeviceID of the Intel CherryTrail/Braswell SATA Controller running in AHCI mode.Unfortunately none of Intel's original RST/RST(e) drivers natively do support this special on-board Intel SATA AHCI Controller.ZitatZotac in the BIOS can not switch from AHCI to IDE. I do not know which driver to impose Sata Controller.The only Intel AHCI driver, which may support Windows XP and your special Intel BayTrail SATA AHCI Controller, is the "32bit Universal Intel RST textmode driver v11.2.0.1006 mod+signed by Fernando", which I recommend to integrate into the XP image according >this< guide.
      Hi, Fernando
      I have DEV_22A3 too and want to try using "32bit Universal....". But it does not contain string with 22A3. Which drive I have to select?

      Thanks, Eugene

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