Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Atak_Snajpera, Feb 2, 2018.
USB connected mouse/keyboard? Do you have AsMedia USB ports? If so, try that.
Yep all USB my motherboard doesnt have a PS/2 port, and unfortunately no, only the intel USB ports, even the USB 2.0 runs off the chipset. its a Gigabyte Z390 AORUS PRO. it's so strange the mouse and keyboard work in the setup.
Any driver for INTEL RST (RAID0,1..) WIN 7? THX (i9-9900k)
Have you read first post?
Bummer, you probably need an add-in USB card.
Good luck with that, I thought I was on the trail, but no luck.
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Hello, thank you for this great tool. I built an iso with all the updates, drivers, from a X17-59009 image (W7 Home 64b French). I tried to install it on a Asus FX705DD laptop (Ryzen 5 3550H + Geforce 1050). The installation seems to be ok (i can choose my partition and the installation goes to the end (100%) but after reboot it freezes during the setup step. I tried to reboot in safe mode but the computer stops when launching ahcix64.sys file. I tested the installation twice with a sata ssd and a m.2 nvme ssd : same result. The bios only proposes Ahci mode and not IDE. When booting i can choose to boot the media (usb key) in UEFI and not UEFI. I don't have any CSM option in bios. But i have a secure boot option and it is already disabled. Do you have an idea about this issue ?
New to the forums, hello everyone.
I'm curious about the windows 7 installation to UEFI machines like mine ROG strix GL703GM which has no CSM support, or maybe it has but ASUS has disabled it and hidden it from BIOS
But could it be possible to make windows 7 work in this machine with combining things in this guide and in this
or is there something that will prevent the whole dream.
Win 7 needs at least some sort of compatibility support to be able to run on (U)EFI, no CSM should mean, not able to run 7 on.
well why I can find youtube videos about people installing windows 7 to machines without CSM support? are you sure your knowledge is up to par?
What he shows i can reproduce on a system with disabled CSM (with a simple fat32 formatted USB) but at the first or second reboot it won't go thru.
We have discussed this to death replying on the many posts by mehdiblue (seemed to be obsessed by win 7 and (U)EFI), one workaround was posted (not shown by the video), but that one got some replies from which i concluded it's not a good idea to do.
ps, can you tell me the part where he disables CSM?
what is the reason
well atleast in my machine ASUS has hidden the whole CSM support. you cant even see the option there.
what about this one?
That's a serious question to ask, especially when you yourself can't tell the difference between the original windows 7 installation environment and the one from windows 10(or 8.1).
First video you linked proves nothing - it's windows 7 install.wim(or .esd) crammed into a windows 10 iso, hence the windows 10 installation environment, which would run perfectly fine during installation in a UEFI environment with NO csm, but after the first reboot(which the video conveniently doesn't show) the machine will NOT boot.
Second video is a mess, not to mention in a language most of us don't understand, and shows csm enabled.
I did not mean to be rude, it's just the way we finnish people are. straight forward. sorry for everything won't bother you anymore.