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EmmaRoyd
Posts: 46 | Last online: 10.14.2017
Name
Emma
Wohnort
Somewhere over the rainbow
Date registered
09.29.2014
Sex
female
    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "[Request] Touchpad i2c Windows 7 Driver" 09.01.2017

      Doesnt the touchpad work at all on w7? I Use a Logitech K400 wireless touch htpc keyboard and it works on xp x86 w7x64 and w10 x64 without adding a driver, its functional on standard ms drivers.

      Edit - I have found something, -->link<-- Scroll down to the Comments section, look for the post by Francesco 10 June, 2016 and then the reply by Anonymous 20 September, 2016, it seems Lenovo may have a driver for you. :)

      Failing that, use the results of -->this google search<-- The 3rd result, a driver at Softpedia looks promising. :)

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 08.25.2017

      Fernando, re ASMedia USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers, Due to problems with the previous asus motherboard, I cannot guarantee my test results in post no 1177. I now have a gigabyte board and will rerun them and re post/update the results in #1177 by the end of next week. Sorry for any inconvinience to you and other users. :)

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "[Guide] Integration of AMD's AHCI/RAID drivers into a WinXP/W2k3 CD" 08.23.2017

      I will give you one good bit of advice. AMD motherboards dont like their bios settings constantly changed, especially the raid/ahci controller, i blew my old 710 board constantly changing them.

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "[Guide] Integration of drivers into a Win7/8/10 image" 08.23.2017

      megatron, as this is an NTLite question, i kindly ask if you can post on the NTLite forum where Nuhi, myself, or other forum members will happily answer any questions you have over and above basic driver integration. :)

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "[Guide] Integration of AMD's AHCI/RAID drivers into a WinXP/W2k3 CD" 08.23.2017

      You need to look at post no3 in this topic. It contains important information about the various amd chipsets and the different ahci/raid controllers. AHCI and RAID drivers with the version number 6.1.3.35 are for Socket FM2+ Bolton chipsets with the Dot-Hill controller. Of course it BSODs because you are using it on a Promise RAID/AHCI controller. The AHCI and RAID v6.1.3.35 drivers that Fernando has used are direct from Gigabyte. The AHCI v6.1.3.35 DOES work when it is used on the CORRECT chipset. Sorry bub but in this case it is purely PEBKAC.

      This is why i have added AMD chipset information in post 3. Fernando has made a note in post no1 just a few lines below the title.

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.23.2017

      The way i see it is you have 3 options. 1 - build a new XP pc. 2 - purchase a used xp pc or laptop. 3 - explain that there are technical reasons she can no longer use those games(thats if murder is out of the question ).

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.22.2017

      I have never used RAID and i dont know if RAID and AHCI installs can co exist. This hunting for AMD AHCI drivers is why i was damn glad W7 came along with native AHCI driver(aswell as usb installing). I was just very lucky on these 2 apu systems. Im off for the night now, i have other things waiting. Good Luck guys. :)

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.22.2017

      Try the AMD Chipset Drivers 24.4 MB 13.1 1/17/2013, there are 2 drivers in there too - Packages\Drivers\SBDrv\hseries\AHCI_svr\XP and Packages\Drivers\SBDrv\SB7xx\AHCI_svr\XP

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      This driver looks like its the one. Download page at AMD, AMD Raid Drivers 24.4 MB, 13.1, 1/17/2013

      As a point of reference for yourself and other users looking for AMD XP drivers, -->see this link<--

      13.4 is the latest/last XP package. xx

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      [ATI.NTx86.5.1] %NapaDesc%=Napa_Inst,PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4391&CC_0106 ahcix86.inf? It has a txtsetup.oem file in its folder.

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      Fernando, which driver version do you think(given your experience) rfsapiens needs and i need the Exact dev number please. I "may" have found something direct from AMD, i am looking at it(them) right now.

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      I knew it must be possible to repair the w7 boot entry somehow, but i have never done it, either with a w7 dvd or EasyBCD. Be careful with EasyBCD, see if you see a subscribe to newsletter option, uncheck for gawd sake, you will be pestered. I have also seen and used Visual BCD Editor, its quite good and has more options. :)


    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      rfsapiens - Tip. Windows 7 SP1 64bit and Windows XP SP3 32bit happily exist on a dual boot system, I know, ive tried. But there is a catch. If you install XP on a system with W7 already installed, XP "may" destroy your w7 boot entry(so i have read online, i have never done this). So you have to do things exactly as i say.

      If you are doing a fresh install of both OS - You must install XP 1st(for the reason stated above). Then you must install W7. Whether you are installing each os to its own HDD or to 2 partitions on the same HDD, W7 will install its boot menu onto and overwrite the XP boot menu. The W7 boot menu happily co exists with XP and you get the option on boot to boot W7 or "an earlier operating system". This is the easiest way for an older/non tech savvy person to choose which OS to boot.

      The next option will mean the user(mom) will have to select the boot drive from the bios boot menu and it is, in my opinion, the safest option because each OS is installed in isolation and each OS will have its original boot menu.

      If you wish to install XP on a system that already has W7(or later OS) and you dont want to/or need to, do a fresh install of those, do this. Disconnect your hdd/ssd containing W7(or later) OS. You only need the target hdd and optical drive(to install from). Windows XP will happily install and not wipe your W7(or later) OS boot menu. You will have to remember which drive, connected to which port, holds which OS. Again, this all depends of the tech knowledge of the end user(mom). Hope you find this helpful. xx

      Fernando, i might actually put this post into the guide as it is related. I suggest keeping this post/information here for now then move it into the guide when its posted so as to not duplicate it. :) xx

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      Fernando, as i have said to Nuhi many times, i have learnt everything from forums and it is nice to put something into the forums(any forum) when i can. :)

      My technical level is Home User Plus, i know what i need to as the average home user(plus a little bit more) and my only real experience is with the later FM2+ A88X chipset and APU's, A8 7600 and A10 7890K. A you know, Nuhi is a Croat and he has had to correct me on my grammar serveral times(and english is my 1st language). No guide is better than a poorly written guide. I can only write a guide from the FM2+ A88X/APU point of view, which i am happy to do.

      It would have to be a multi part guide because some users may buy new hardware specifically for this, some may be using hardware they already have. They have to know what hardware is suitable on the FM2+ line, AMD have CPU's up to the 880K - 4GHZ, RAM choices, HDD or SSD. It must cover AHCI driver slipstreaming with nLite if users dont have a USB floppy drive. XP cannot correctly format Advanced Format drives and doesnt know what TRIM is. Then there are the other drivers needed, graphics(for an APU) and the other chipset drivers needed. I only know of 2 hardware combinations that installing XP works on because they were/are my own self builds, any other hardware combination is theoretical.

      I will put something together with OpenOffice and email it to you(let me know which format you prefer, Word or ODT) to approve/edit and to post, you know where you want it and how it should look. xx

      Edit - Fernando, ok, Word it is then. Im going to need 4 weeks to do it because of commitments and i wont be able to help rfsapiens at the same time but hopefully he has enough information to work with and will find a solution soon. :) xx

      Edit - I will try to create a downloadable PDF guide too(i have not done this before :) ).

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      Its 03.23 uk time and im tired. I need to dig around in my pc because i used to have more amd ahci drivers than there are hairs on a monkey. I will edit this post later today(to save space), i will pm you when i got an answer, though i dont know why the ssd isnt seen during setup.

      Edit - It is possible that the floppy drive with the ahci has an incorrect folder structure which is why you may be better off slipstreaming the driver with nLite. This is the -->link<--

      Edit - Instead of a dual boot, try this. Disconnect all your drives. Get a hdd(spinner), set bios to AHCI and install XP in isolation. You would have to select which drive from the bios boot menu, but it might be worth a try too.

      Edit - Could be the ssd has a uefi type partition, not an mbr type. Maybe, im clutching at straws here.

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.21.2017

      AMD SB7xx/8xx/9xx Chipsets and Fusion Controller Hubs(FCH)(chipsets) for Socket FM2 and FM2+.

      SB7xx/8xx and 9xx chipsets use the Promise Raid/AHCI controller.

      Socket FM2 uses the A85X, A75 and A55 chipsets, codename Hudson, and use the Promise Raid/AHCI controller.

      Socket FM2+ uses the A88X, A78, A68H and​ A58 chipsets, codename Bolton, and use the Dot Hill Raid/AHCI controller and use the AHCI Driver v6.1.3.35 and RAID Driver v6.1.3.35 drivers for Windows XP. They are 32bit versions, there are NO 64bit versions availible. They are not interchangable with any FM2 and SBxxx series chipset. -->link<--

      Too see extended information about FM2 and FM2+ Fusion Controller Hubs(aswell as other) AMD chipsets, please visit the Wikipedia page for AMD Chipsets. -->Link<--

      Edit - Post updated with additional information and tidied up a bit.

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "Recommended AHCI/RAID and NVMe Drivers" 08.12.2017

      Fernando, i am still using the unmodded AMD AHCI v6.1.3.35 driver from Gigabyte, but you mention the "interfering USB entries". What problems did those entries cause? I am using an MS wireless mouse, receiver in a USB2 port, i have changed the battery, but it the mouse sticks every so often.

      edit - I have a similar issue with my logitech wireless keyboard, it slows down when i type, yes i changed the batteries too.

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 08.10.2017

      Ok, as you know, i have posted my system specs in the topic by @XPLives in that sub forum. I can edit that post, add the information about USB and Storage drivers to that rather than make a new topic in there. Ahh, you have added a link to my post, sweet. :)

    • EmmaRoyd has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 08.10.2017

      Oh, hmm, i would add to the notes "known working on XP SP3 32bit with Asus A88XM-A/USB 3.1 - DEV_1343 - ASM1143" or "not working/wont install or causes BSOD on XP SP3 32bit with Asus A88XM-A/USB 3.1 - DEV_1343 - ASM1143". Users need to know which one causes the BSOD so they dont install or slipstream it into an iso.

      I couldnt find the ASM1143 controller mentioned on the ASMedia site.

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