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#16 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by XPLives 01.06.2017 02:11

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Zitat von YuriyCN im Beitrag #14
[quote=XPLives|p39010][quote=YuriyCN|p39003]
Screenshots for you.



I have correlated your upload pics with the corresponding English names shown in Windows Device Manager.

(#1) General
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(#2) Driver
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(#3) Driver Details
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(#4) Details
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(#5) Details - Hardware IDs
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(#6) Resources
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I need you to copy from the (#5) Hardware IDs for the USB controller there should be 4 of them and paste them here.
Looks similar to this:
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&SUBSYS_1E311849&REV_04
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&SUBSYS_1E311849
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&CC_0C0330
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&CC_0C03

Select one of the Hardware IDs and then Ctrl+A on the keyboard will select them all or use your mouse to select them all.
Ctrl+C+ to Copy the Hardware IDs.
Return to WinRAID and use Ctrl+V to paste them in a post in this subforum.

Also did you see any USB 2.0 or 3.0 Hubs shown in the Device Manager? I need a copy of those screenshots and the Hardware IDs for each USB Hub if they are showing up.

#17 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by YuriyCN 01.06.2017 21:51

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You did not understand me. Renesas drivers does not work under Windows XP.
The screenshot shows an error "Код 39" / "Code 39".

Russian:
"Не удалось загрузить драйвер этого устройства. Возможно, драйвер поврежден или отсутствует. (Код 39)"

English:
"Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)"

#18 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by XPLives 02.06.2017 00:54

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Zitat von YuriyCN im Beitrag #17
You did not understand me. Renesas drivers does not work under Windows XP.
The screenshot shows an error "Код 39" / "Code 39".

Russian:
"Не удалось загрузить драйвер этого устройства. Возможно, драйвер поврежден или отсутствует. (Код 39)"

English:
"Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing. (Code 39)"

YuriyCN I know it didn't work but I need you to copy "NOT SNAPSHOT" the 4 lines from the (#5) Hardware IDs for the USB controller from your Device Manager there should be 4 of them and paste them here.
Looks similar to this:
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&SUBSYS_1E311849&REV_04
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&SUBSYS_1E311849
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&CC_0C0330
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1E31&CC_0C03

I will add to database in case a working one will come out it will support your system or available to test.

#19 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by YuriyCN 02.06.2017 11:48

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Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-H110M-DS2
Chipset: Intel H110M
My USB ID:

PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A12F&SUBSYS_50071458&REV_31
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A12F&SUBSYS_50071458
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A12F&CC_0C0330
PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A12F&CC_0C03

#20 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by Fernando 02.06.2017 12:37

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@XPLives:
To be honest, I do not really understand the sense of this thread and your recent questions.
You can find the HardwareIDs of all modern Intel USB 3.0 Controllers, which are on-board of Intel chipset desktop and mobile systems from 7-Series up, within the INF files of my mod+signed Intel USB 3.0 drivers.
If you are working on the creation of an XP driver, which will support all modern USB 3.0 Controllers, you should concentrate your work on the OS compatibility of the Controller driver itself (= *.sys file) and not waste your time with searching for the HardwareIDs, which should be added to the related INF file.

#21 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by XPLives 02.06.2017 13:36

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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #20
@XPLives:
To be honest, I do not really understand the sense of this thread and your recent questions.
You can find the HardwareIDs of all modern Intel USB 3.0 Controllers, which are on-board of Intel chipset desktop and mobile systems from 7-Series up, within the INF files of my mod+signed Intel USB 3.0 drivers.
If you are working on the creation of an XP driver, which will support all modern USB 3.0 Controllers, you should concentrate your work on the OS compatibility of the Controller driver itself (= *.sys file) and not waste your time with searching for the HardwareIDs, which should be added to the related INF file.

At the moment it is a multithreaded project. I want complete detail of USB controller info, chipset, motherboard, et cetera so not only can the database be used for people to search for their Hardware ID and find one that matches their USB controller linked to a working XP driver if one is found in one location. For the ones that don't have an XP driver it will be useful later when a universal xHCI driver is created for XP which will encompass all of the provided IDs. Your modded drivers might have the Hardware IDs but not Chipset origin, motherboard, et cetera is missing but only for Intel USB. I don't intend to support pre Z68 chipsets. This is not for a full blown USB driver. I am only focused on USB keyboard and USB mouse functionality if possible so the USB ports are not completely dead and useless. This will simplify the XP installation on modern motherboards with only xHCI. Even you said you could not use the USB keyboard or mouse in XP so you gave up installation. Later other USB devices may possibly work but not a priority since the much easier goal is working USB input devices.

YuriyCN Screenshots for you pictures can be made into spoiler to save space.
WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers

@YuriyCN
I have added to database.

#22 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by YuriyCN 02.06.2017 22:50

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It is possible for Linux to have the source code for the USB driver 100-series Intel chipset,
so that they can be ported to Windows XP. Do you have any driver for testing?

#23 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by YuriyCN 05.06.2017 09:44

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Is there any result?
You have a modified sys-file?

#24 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by XPLives 10.06.2017 16:50

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Zitat von YuriyCN im Beitrag #22
It is possible for Linux to have the source code for the USB driver 100-series Intel chipset,
so that they can be ported to Windows XP. Do you have any driver for testing?

I don't use Linux and Intel hasn't made any Linux USB 3.0 drivers to even test or released any source code. If you are urgent to get functional USB ports on your motherboard. I checked out your specs. I suggest this one for USB 2.0 8 Ports total with 6 Ports external + 2 internal since you prefer Renesas Chipset.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/6-Ports-USB-2-0-...x0AAOSw4A5Yq-AR

Zitat von YuriyCN im Beitrag #23
Is there any result?
You have a modified sys-file?


I don't have any working drivers for you to test and it may be a year or two or even longer before something might be possible to test out in the general public if you want some sort of open source driver from Linux. I am only focused on working USB mouse and USB keyboard and not storage devices which I think you are looking for since your motherboard has PS/2 ports you don't have any issues with mouse and keyboard inputs. Since you have two extra PCIe slots on your motherboard that you could install one of these cards or two max if you want 12 to 16 USB 2.0 ports The extra 4 ports could be used in a front tray on your computer case. I would recommend a PCI card that works with XP without any extra drivers to install but your motherboard only has PCIe slots so try the one above. All newer motherboards have removed the eHCI so you can blame Intel for this chipset change to break backward compatibility. I think the Z97 might still have an eHCI so if you need a working on board rear motherboard ports I would go back one generation before Skylake.

#25 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by mr_nuub 10.06.2017 19:37

The reason why ther are no standalone Intel USB 3.0 drivers out there is very simple:
Intel is a kernel contributor. The drivers are in the Linux kernel. And the kernel is open source.

Don't say NO just because you don't know it. Inform yourself before talking nonsense.

PS: it is not possible to port linux drivers to windows. Linux and Windows are totally different solutions to different requierements with different approaches.

#26 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by XPLives 11.06.2017 13:33

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Zitat von mr_nuub im Beitrag #25
The reason why ther are no standalone Intel USB 3.0 drivers out there is very simple:
Intel is a kernel contributor. The drivers are in the Linux kernel. And the kernel is open source.

Don't say NO just because you don't know it. Inform yourself before talking nonsense.

PS: it is not possible to port linux drivers to windows. Linux and Windows are totally different solutions to different requierements with different approaches.


The "requirements" are already stated to make a simple USB keyboard and USB mouse function on the Intel xHCI. We aren't talking about a full blown direct transfer of the entire USB driver stack. I didn't say No because I didn't know it and you should be more specific in your answers. You should be saying, "The reason why there are no stand alone Linux Intel xHCI USB 3.0 drivers ... et cetera...". I'm answering a legitimate question. Quote the proper sentence you are responding about.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/.../000006243.html

A Linux xHCI stand alone driver is not downloadable from Intel's site if it were I would have included that information in my response. If you have a direct download link from Intel then provide it but don't get into a tirade because you are Linux user or think you know everything. I do not support Linux so I can't help you there nor do I want to give false hope at converting one and if it is embedded into the Linux kernel good for you but that is not a stand alone Linux Intel xHCI driver and this topic isn't about getting xHCI driver support for Linux. The user asked if a Linux xHCI driver can be ported to XP if you know how you may answer that question if you truly know it is impossible or not rather than spew "Linux and Windows are totally different solutions to different requierements with different approaches". Also the person responsible for the earlier Linux xHCI driver left the project due to the behavior of the scene and ended up working for Intel so even the best chance of XP and Vista getting a Linux to Windows driver port if it were possible is most likely dead as a result and maybe working for Intel may mean no chance of them allowing the author to derive one for XP. I doubt that Intel would even want to see an XP or Vista xHCI driver as they could have released one a long time ago nor would the original Linux xHCI driver author want to invest time into it after transferring the rights over to another party years ago.

#27 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by mr_nuub 11.06.2017 19:07

Let's be clear: just bury XP. If you need it use virtualization software like VMware Player/Workstation or Oracle VirtualBox.

I'm out of these foolish threads full of people trying to ride a dead horse.

#28 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by XPLives 12.06.2017 08:50

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Zitat von mr_nuub im Beitrag #27
Lets be clear: just bury XP. If you need it use virtualization software like VMware Player/Workstation or Oracle VirtualBox.

I'm out of these foolish threads full of people trying to ride a dead horse.


Let's try to use proper punctuation at least if you're going to go off on another tirade because it makes you look foolish. Lets vs Let's there is a difference. Let's = Let us. There is no Lets. Please keep animals out of this as there is no animal cruelty going on here.

No one if forcing you to come to an XP help thread if you dislike it. If you don't need help here then go elsewhere. As far virtualization or VM is concerned that is unnecessary and wasteful for this application. First if you want the maximum performance of the OS you will run it natively not in some VM. It doesn't matter if it is XP, Windows 7 or Windows 10. VMs are not 100% efficient and not everything is 100% compatible. If you are running a simple Microsoft Office program then a VM would be suitable if that's all you are targeting. When you are running a game or a graphically intense supported program then a VM would not be suitable for maximum performance and it may not utilize it properly. If the software supports some features of the audio card then the VM cannot replicate it which is another reason why VMs still can't replace hardware. But since you are a noob "nuub" maybe this is news to you.

#29 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by mr_nuub 12.06.2017 17:01

"Please keep animals out of this as there is no animal cruelty going on here."
Never heard of idioms, phrases or tropes?

"No one if forcing you"
if != is, don't throw bricks when you live in a glass house.

You want old software? Then get old hardware.
You want to explore the internet? Please use new and supported software.
With old software on the net you are considered a threat because of unpatched security holes.

Before you rant about someone else's nick name, please create an avatar picture that says more than "I IS GUD AT PAINT".

#30 RE: WIN XP USB 2.0 / 3.0 Drivers Database for eHCI & xHCI Controllers by plutomaniac 12.06.2017 21:36

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Back on topic guys, unrelated posts will be deleted from now on

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