Windows XP SP2 - 64 Bit - ISO Image.41
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@reboot12 If you use VGA emulator like FlashBootPro/UefiSeven, then it's no longer required to disable VGA. In fact, windows won't even display the screen if vga.sys/vgapnp.sys are disabled even if VGA emulator is used.
If you use VGA emulator like FlashBootPro/UefiSeven, then it's no longer required to disable VGA. In fact, windows won't even display the screen if vga.sys/vgapnp.sys are disabled even if VGA emulator is used.
@reboot12 Well George King has managed to implement your advice on a test iso (which you probably received already) by adding comamnds inside XP2ESD iso (inside boot.wim on setup.cmd to remove vgapnp.sys/vga.sys services (including display.inf) while using vga.sys/vgapnp.sys files are still intact and present in system32/drivers because if the drivers are not listed in services, windows wouldn't even be able to use the vga drivers even if they are present).
Anyway, i think something should be done to 16497 winload.efi so that at least we can see the BSOD when trying to boot XP from pure UEFI (with the scope of making those errors visible so that we can know how to solve them more easily). On windows 7/vista with pure uefi, BSOD can be seen while using FlashBootPro bootmgfw.efi on pure UEFI so maybe there's some hex code in 16497 kernel that allows bootvid to display.
Perhaps backporting system-type device generic drivers from Windows 7 and 8 (using NTOSKRNL EMU extender from github) that XP lacks may allow XP x64 to depend less on CSM just like windows 7 and Windows 8, perhaps maybe even allowing XP to run on new hardware with 8th core processors and beyond. If this doesn't work, then still I wouldn't be able to explain which specific drivers cause Windows 7 x64 to boot from Uefi Class 3 on modern hardware that would allow XP x64 to also work.
On Sep 22, 2:25 am, swordoath wrote:> I can't seem to figure this one out for the life of me.> I have 100 updates that need to be installed.> I have started and stopped the wuauserv, I have updated to windows> update client 3 I believe it is using /wuforce>