win 7 x64 and ryzen 5, help request

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by sonnyporncorn, Apr 24, 2021.

  1. sonnyporncorn

    sonnyporncorn MDL Novice

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    Hi all
    I've bought a new rig cos old rig motherboard its broken and old, this is my specs:
    ryzen 5 5900x
    asrock steel legend x570
    64gb ram corsair vengeance 3200 mhz
    1x nvme ssd sansung evo 500 gb
    1x nvme ssd 1tb wd

    The reason I ask for help (or some clearance) to install win 7 x64 ultimate. When I try to integrate canoncong and dead's drivers and the updates: Windows6.1-KB2864202-x64 and I used the windows 7 image updater by atak snajera which they have included driver support (I think) for nvme drives ssd all its fine I got the iso created and I tried install it with the ps2 keyboard and an dvd disc and select from menu boot loader the dvd in uefi (mode, btw is this normal? I cound not pick the ahci option dvd boot up. I had to select uefi option).

    Nvme ssds were being recognized without any problem. So with the csm enabled and legacy option only activated win 7 got installed, but when first reboot was done to install all hardware that win 7 disc could recognize, Its seeing booting the windows 7 flag moving to be set as a flag while loading boot and pc got stopped and rebooted, giving any error but message telling a sort of its had detected change hardware or so, givin several options from safe mode to start normally and repeating this issue once and once...What I am missing here? Am I doing something wrong?

    Please anybody can tell me if drivers I downloaded is not enough or is remaining something out my eyes any update files to be added or so?

    Thanks in advance.
    Sonny
     
  2. sonnyporncorn

    sonnyporncorn MDL Novice

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    Hi Cew
    Thanks for passing me that link, from canongong says:

    "ASRock x570 / b550 motherboard BIOS does not support win7 ACPI, need to use the modified acpi.sys. It is recommended that users who use x570 / b550 motherboard to install win7 buy ASUS, Gigabyte or MSI motherboard"

    **** asrock ***oles, I spent 250 euros for the asrock motherboard and Im reading is not supported, great! f**k this. Well I will have to send my mobo to someone who wants the s**tty win 10. What mobo could you suggest me to buy and replace it, keeping in mind the features of the steel legend (two pciex x16 anc three pciex x1 and two m2)?
     
  3. Exe Csrss

    Exe Csrss MDL Senior Member

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    You can use Windows 10 LTSB/C (which has no ads and bloatware) with classic shell and custom themes to make it look like Windows 7.
     
  4. sonnyporncorn

    sonnyporncorn MDL Novice

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    Thanks Exe csrss, Im thinking this option (I do have a original usb stick with LTSB win 10 and their key never activated and used. I have this in a drawer buried with dust...), questions

    1) Could I install it and then pass to ltsc version with my key?
    2) How its currently being set the telemetry in current ltsc version? It can be deleted or deactivated?
    3) What about windows updates service? I dont want this s**t see as enabled

    Do you have ltsc installed in your rig?
     
  5. sonnyporncorn

    sonnyporncorn MDL Novice

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    interesting phrase, a bit dramatic lol, thanks!