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This is excellent progress guys. What is the state of ACPI functions? Can it automatically power off / reset or is it manual?
When you install XP did you have to press F7 and choose a different HAL?
Anyone have any idea why I can't get past the option to choose where to install XP to?
System is an i7 6700 and an Asus Z170-E.
I go through all the steps up until where it asks where I'd like to install XP to. I try to install it to my HDD it says I can't delete or create any partitions despite it being a blank drive because installation files are on that drive? Installation files are on a USB drive, not the hard drive ... and the hard drive is empty.
I've tried making the disk both MBR and a basic disk in Windows 10 and retrying, and same result.
The only drive connected is the one I'm trying to install XP to and I'm not accidentally choosing the flash drive before anyone asks. The drive is 3TB and the flash drive is 16GB, and the drive shows the correct size.
Hi The Pook,
I think it is because XP cant be installed on a harddisk bigger than 2 TB,
have a nice day,
You're right. Just tried partitioning the drive to 500GB and same issue.
Pretty much following the OP exactly.
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I browsed the forum and i saw your posts about how to install XP on recent machines. I have a problem in this way so i though maybe you could help me
For say quick, i have a mini pc Asus avivomini UN45, this one works only with a M2 SSD drive, it works with the NVMe port.
i just wonder if it's possible to add drivers at the XP install to make it reconize the ssd?
Maybe you know something about it,
thanks in advance!
I succeed to boot XP from nvme disk