Discussion in 'Windows XP / Older OS' started by daniel_k, Apr 25, 2020.
Link to the "Kernel Mode Driver Framework 1.11" is missing.
I just downloaded it, the link was OK.
I'm still editing the topic.
Edit: I'll continue tomorrow, it's late.
Nice i like the new stuff.
Any SATA driver in the future.
Can you try? I've got 3 Intel SATA drivers. Need more testers.
I'll upload them with a "for testing purposes" tag.
I only have a AMD PC to test it on.
What about the STORAHCI driver from Windows 8?
Please try the AMD AHCI driver and STORAHCI from Windows 8 (this works fine on my Intel Z370 system).
In which order to install the drivers on a already installed XP system ?
What is the pourpose of the RsTe driver ?
Thank you very much for your hard work !
What are your system specs?
A BIOSTAR A10N-8800E motherboard
Which drivers are missing on your XP install? Please tell us the device IDs.
Do you know how to parse a SNP snapshot from Snappy Driver Installer Origin ?
IntMD know how to do that.
For him, I have uploaded the file for this motherboard.
But I can't add the link to this message until I have posted al least 5 messages on this forum.
Always no link accepted into my posts...
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Please run AIDA64, Devices -> PCI Devices - right-click and select Quick Report.
It'll create a text file, easier to read and don't need any other tools.
OK, Aida64 is already installed on the HDD.
@daniel_k ...re the USB3 drivers back-ported from W8. Do I have to remove your old AMD drivers first?
Also, I am running VIA XP USB drivers for an add-on card using a VIA chipset. They are installed with your old AMD USB drivers. With the newer W8-based drivers should that affect the VIA driver?
System = Intel B360 chipset, i5-8400 processor.
Not necessarily, just install KMDF 1.11, restart and install the driver.
AMD drivers are deprecated and have issues, I'll remove them.
For VIA chipsets, use either VIA's originals or Win8 drivers.