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#901 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Fernando 24.11.2018 10:01

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Zitat von sotti im Beitrag #900
The correct text mode driver was selected.
And what about the selection of the one and only correct Intel SATA Controller?

#902 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Mov AX, 0xDEAD 24.11.2018 15:29

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Zitat von sotti im Beitrag #900
The main issue is trying to install from a USB memory stick. I am looking at finding a cheap USB CD drive and giving it another try.
really no need for usb cd/floppy, use WINNTSETUP (direct install from hdd to hdd) or YUMI (convert .ISO file to bootable media with auto integrating firadisk for emulation ISO like RamDisk)

#903 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by tuuhanyou011 25.11.2018 08:50

hi Fernando.

1. I used the original Windows XP SP3 VL (winnt.sif does not exist)

2.I have ASRock H110M Combo-G (IDE MODE does not exist on this motherboard)

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A102&SUBSYS_A1021849&REV_31
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A102&SUBSYS_A1021849
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A102&CC_010601
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A102&CC_0106

3."Intel(R) SATA AHCI Controller DEV_A102 added by Fernando" integrated by nlite.

4.I looked at BSOD 0x0000007B screen

Is there a mistake in the integrated driver?

#904 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Fernando 25.11.2018 17:35

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@tuuhanyou011:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!

It is not easy to find out the exact reason for the 0x0000007B BSOD you got, because I didn't sit behind you while trying to get XP installed.

Zitat von tuuhanyou011 im Beitrag #903
1. I used the original Windows XP SP3 VL
Where/from whom did you get a Volume License?
Zitat von tuuhanyou011 im Beitrag #903
3."Intel(R) SATA AHCI Controller DEV_A102 added by Fernando" integrated by nlite.
And you added no other Controller support?
Zitat von tuuhanyou011 im Beitrag #903
Is there a mistake in the integrated driver?
I don't think, this it was the driver itself, which gave you the BSOD.

Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#905 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Blue Sky 30.12.2018 19:56

Hello All,

This will be my first post so I hope that it is received well. I joined this site several months back in an effort to garner knowledge on what may be causing the connectivity/installation issues I am having when attempting an OS install. I read and tried suggestions but couldn't make any progress. Unfortunately it has been some time since I last tried so I am unsure of the specific procedure used and drivers attempted. I am trying to use a high-capacity HDD with a dell inspiron and Windows XP. There are some complications to this, number 1 my xp sp3 install disc doesn't have the correct drivers for my HDD or I am inept and cannot mount them correctly. Number 2 is that I no longer have a computer with a CD burner, so I can't update the drivers on the installation disk. However, I do have a USB Floppy drive and some working floppys. So when last attempting that was the route employed for driver delivery.

The PC: Dell Insprion 17R-5737 DPN: N183W A00, (original operator system windows 8), (i7 intel processor)
The HDD: Seagate 1TB BarraCuda SN: WDENKS7M PN: 2E7172-500 Model: SDC001
The OS: Windows XP Professional SP3
The Floppy Drive: Sony USB Floppy Drive Model MPF88E-UA with memorex 2SHD 1.44mb media (circa 2004)
The file contents on the floppy: WIN-RAID CA Certificate, iaahci, iaACHI, iastor, iaStor, IaStor.Sys, TXTSETUP

I had followed a procedure that indicated you needed to press a function key when the initial installation was occurring and it prompted your for 3rd party scuzzy drivers. At this point (where I was using an external floppy) I would select A drive and then I could see the drivers I had installed on the floppy. It would attempt to load them but would eventually fail during installation. I believe I never selected the correct drivers and may have never installed the correct drivers.

If any assistance can be given that would be appreciated. I need to bring this computer back to life and it's been a troublesome process.

Fernando and the associated win-raid boards, thanks for your help.

ps. if any more information is needed to make an assessment of which is correct driver and best method of installation, let me know.

#906 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Fernando 30.12.2018 22:02

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@Blue Sky:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum!
I have moved your post into this better matching thread, because you obviously do not search for the "best" Intel AHCI driver, but for one, which is working with your system and Windows XP as OS.

The most important thing is the knowledge, with which SATA mode your on-board Intel SATA Controller is running (AHCI or RAID) and which DeviceID it has.
Please read the start post of this thread carefully and try to follow it.

Happy New Year!
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#907 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by platinumsteel 13.01.2019 00:33

Hi guys am in a little bit of problems here...I am having trouble trying to figure out which is the correct text mode driver I will need to select for my Dell Insipron 3451 Labtop so i can get windows xp installed on it smoothly.As u can see below i have took a screenshot of the CHipset below.

This is the Hardware Id's i have copy and pasted from device manager
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0F23&SUBSYS_06AB1028&REV_0E
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0F23&SUBSYS_06AB1028
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0F23&CC_010601
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0F23&CC_0106
I am not sure which text mode driver from the Nlite list i would need to install for this model of labtop chipset.Hoping u guys can assists me..

I have downloaded the mod+signed Intel RST driver v11.2.6.1006 but I am not sure which one i need to select.I tried a couple oof them but it still gives me the BSOD just before the windows installer comes up....Your help will be greatly appreciated..thanks...I will be glad to provide any further information if needed.
I also forgot to mention that in this Bios i am not able to switch it too IDE Mode..I am only able to switch to Legacy Mode..The only option I have is AHCI Mode as u can see below.


EDIT by Fernando: Inserted pictures resized and re-attached by using the Forum software.

#908 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Fernando 13.01.2019 11:05

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@platinumsteel:

Zitat von platinumsteel im Beitrag #907
I have downloaded the mod+signed Intel RST driver v11.2.6.1006 but I am not sure which one i need to select.
Your attached textmode driver insertion picture verifies, that you have integrated the WHQL certified and not the mod+signed Intel RST driver v11.2.0.1006.
If you would have chosen the correct (mod+signed) driver for the textmode driver integration, the tool nLite would have shown you during the driver integration part a big variety of Intel SATA AHCI Controllers with the annex "mod by Fernando" (similar to the picture, which you can see within my guide).
After having inserted the correct driver, it should be very easy for you to find the Intel SATA AHCI Controller, which is matching your on-board one. Its name is "Intel(R) SATA AHCI Controller DEV_0F23 added by Fernando". Integrate just the support of this Controller and nothing else. Then you will succeed with the XP installation without getting a 0x0000007b BSOD (provided, that you have used a "clean" = untouched XP CD as source).

#909 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by platinumsteel 13.01.2019 18:45

Hi Fernando I tried everything like u mentioned but am still getting a BSOD....What happen is this particular labtop does not have a built in dvd reader...So i was using 3rd party applications to burn the ISO to usb which Nlite created.....But it seems like it may be the reason why am still getting BSOD..Could u plz tell me if there is a special type of application i can use to ''burn'' the ISO to the USB? Or i would need to find a usb type dvd writer burn the ISO to a CD and connect it up and try again? I have to make a lot of great effort to get a USB dvd Reader...But if that is my only option to be successful I will have to go get it..And i will report back if it went well..thanks .

#910 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Fernando 13.01.2019 18:49

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@platinumsteel:
So you were now able to get the support of the correct DEV_0F23 Controller integrated?
Which sort of BSOD did you get? What was the code?

#911 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by platinumsteel 13.01.2019 18:57

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #910
@platinumsteel:
So you were now able to get the support of the correct DEV_0F23 Controller integrated?
Which sort of BSOD did you get? What was the code?


The BSOD i get is this one

#912 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Fernando 13.01.2019 20:22

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@platinumsteel:
This is the ACPI BSOD and cannot be solved by changing the boot option (CD/DVD instead of USB).
You should hit F5 or F7 when prompted to hit F6 and try the various ACPI options.
Haven't you read the start post of this thread?

#913 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by platinumsteel 14.01.2019 00:37

Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #912
@platinumsteel:
This is the ACPI BSOD and cannot be solved by changing the boot option (CD/DVD instead of USB).
You should hit F5 or F7 when prompted to hit F6 and try the various ACPI options.
Haven't you read the start post of this thread?


Hi I ended up slowly reading the start post of the thread all over again...There were a lot of things I had missed to be honest...I ended up doing it over from scratch doing it this way as u mentioned i should do

But I still was not successful..I ended up getting the same bsod..I also tried hitting F5 and tried the 9 different ACPI Options but still it would just plane BSOD.
I think i will not fight it anymore with this particular labtop to get XP on it...Looks like it will not be possible to do it on this Baytrail..
Other labtops i have tried to install xp on were all successful using your mod+drivers and i never used to have a problem..But it is just this one particular Dell Labtop that is giving me hell..So i will give up and not try to persists with this labtop..Thanks for everything and the time to help..I will always continue to use your method on other labtops with success..But thanks a lot.

#914 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by JiaoTongNan 26.04.2019 07:35

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Hey,
I've tried to use your drivers on my Dell Inspiron 3043 (AIO), but I keep getting BSoD...
When I integrated all drivers using NTLite, I got passed the SATA issue but now ACPI is a problem. Afterwards, I tried doing f5 options and f7...it got further but led to another dead end of a hard drive error that claims the issue could be damages or a virus...

I am forced to use a usb installer with NTLite because the others would not even boot.

One potential fix I'm trying to look at is this modified ACPI.sys file found at MSFN.org. https://msfn.org/board/topic/177563-newe...t-winxp/?page=6
The problem is, I can't just simply replace the ACPI.sys located in i386 because the driver is located in a LZX:21 archived called "ACPI.SY_".
I tried manually replacing the file with a compressed folder and changed the name and extension, but no luck: Windows XP setup says the file is corrupt then...

UPDATE: Figured it out with instructions :)
https://msfn.org/board/topic/178362-solv...m%EF%BB%BF-cpu/

#915 RE: [Guide] Integration of Intels AHCI/RAID drivers into a Windows XP/W2k3/W2k CD by Fernando 26.04.2019 23:22

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@JiaoTongNan:
Welcome to the Win-RAID Forum and please forgive me my late reply (I was travelling the complete day)!
It is fine, that you were able to solve your problem yourself with the help of the MSFN Forum.
By the way - the ACPI.SYS problem is a general one with modern chipset systems and has nothing to do with the topic of this thread. Nevertheless I have mentioned the required ACPI setting customization within my guide.
Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

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