Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by wytiwx, Apr 7, 2020.
Great work but how do u guys do it when it comes to finding working drivers for does older machines?
Would it be possible to support the latest version of Win10 on Intel Atom Z2760? I have a tablet that's stuck on an old build of win10 because Microsoft stopped support.
Please share your method of installing Windows 10 onto a Pentium 4 machines.
I mean, what exactly we should to ? What and how to patch ?
Or please upload your pached files.
mainly for research purpose, not for daily use, cause that platform is too slow
for old computer you can install ltsb 2016 and windows vista graphic driver ( disable signature verification permanantly )
ltsb 2016 ( 1607 )works fine on old computer windows 10 after 1709 break compatibility with old hardware
ltsb 2016 because end of support october 2026
ltsb 2015 are buggy with new windows 10 because support of new dpi are missing only ltsb 2016 and later include new dpi system required for new app like photoshop
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NX (NoeXecute) support has also to be patched, in this case.
nice, i still have a platform on s478 with p4c800 deluxe 1GB ddr and pentium m with adapter, it smoke every p4 prescott...
so much memories... gold times of hardware, tweaking and overclocking. Nowdays is just all fancy rgb.
It seems that P4C800 has boot trouble with Prescott P4M
I have an old Dell D600 with Intel® Pentium® M 745 that I love sooo much!
Can you help me to run Win 10 on it?
Thanks in advance!!
I think Pentium M has NX, it would be not so difficult to install some version of Win10
We can't use Windows 10 32-Bit version in Intel CPUs without EM64T support only in Version 1809, because of a weird bug and cause it hangs at the logo stage.
But we can't still use Windows 10 normally in Windows 10 Version 1903 and later.
Four months ago, I have installed Windows 10 Build 19041.84 on my laptop with the Intel Yonah-based Celeron single-core CPU. It's really slow and we should use some methods to skip the OOBE.
Hopefully we someday see tool which can patch Win10 to run on s478 CPUs.
it's hard to make a general patch tool to mod different version kernel files of win10 automatically, key HEX values may show up in different forms
Maybe a patch to LTSB/LTSC versions? Major kernel version on those stays the same, but security patches may make the OS unbootable.
I love making old hardware run way faster than it was ever intended.
Just for fun I stuck an E7600 into an rp5700, upgraded the RAM to 4GB, added a SATA SSD and a half height GTX 1050 Ti.
Windows 10 not only runs well on this, its not bad at Windows 7 era games.