02-09-2014 04:52 PM
Hello everyone, I want to install Windows XP Pro 64bit on my HP Pavilion 15-n009se as Ubuntu has been crashing a lot. And I've been searching for hours to get the 500GB SATA drive show in the installation. I've tried adding Universal drivers suggested on this article and another file package "f6flpy3286". But it crashes on the drives page wth BSD or wont load. Please help with finding the correct drivers, I'm too frustrated right now.
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Re: SATA Drivers help for Win XP 64bit on HP Pavilion 15-n009se
04-07-2014 04:15 AM
I cannot allow anyone using this information directly or indirectly to do any Hararm act (described here) , so please... There's a very good news for anyone who's still working on it, and trying to get it to work. I have successfully installed Windows XP Professional 32bit/64bit on the system by including the "modded" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers" in the installation CD, I downloaded from win-raid.com/t11f23-Modded-Intel-AHCI-and-RAID-Drivers.html they work just fine for Intel 8 and previous series. But you must include the version specific drivers (32bit/64bit) in TXT Mode using nLite (tutorial). And remember NOT to hit F6 in the start of the setup or the drivers will not load. And even though Windows XP wasnt doesnt support booting from VHDs, I have successfully installed it on a VHD and booted it natively on the system, using this tutorial. And I even found the official driver for Intel 4th gen HD Graphics on Windows XP, but it didnt work for me. I can give you its name/link if you got so far, and please tell me if they worked for you. And if anybyddy needs help in the kind of issue, I'll be happy to assist.
02-09-2014 06:12 PM - edited 02-09-2014 06:16 PM
Windows XP 32 or 64 bit will absolutely not install or run on your model.
There is zero XP driver support for the Intel Series 8 chipset which is why nothing is working for you.
02-09-2014 06:13 PM
There were not many XP 64bit drivers written, they are very rare, one reason 64bit xp was never widely adopted.
You might look in the bios for a setting that disables ahci or something similar to allow the hard drive to be detected during XP setup.
another possiblity, driver packs may have the driver you need, if it does not then it probably does not exist because one was never written for xp 64bit.
02-11-2014 02:10 AM
02-11-2014 08:21 AM
You're very welcome.
As I posted yesterday, there are no sata achi or raid drivers for windows XP for the Intel Series 8 chipset.
Support for XP ends with the series 7 chipset, so unless you have a PC where you can change the sata controller emulation to IDE in the BIOS, XP will not install on any PC with an Intel series 8 chipset.
There would also be no Intel HD graphics driver for XP on any Intel series 8 chipset based PC either.
04-07-2014 04:15 AM
I cannot allow anyone using this information directly or indirectly to do any Hararm act (described here) , so please... There's a very good news for anyone who's still working on it, and trying to get it to work. I have successfully installed Windows XP Professional 32bit/64bit on the system by including the "modded" Intel AHCI/RAID drivers" in the installation CD, I downloaded from win-raid.com/t11f23-Modded-Intel-AHCI-and-RAID-Dri
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