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post #1171 of 2130
^^ what's the best strap for MFR +high frequency for validation on this board ?

P.S. you make MFR look fast man biggrin.gif
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 6/14/13 at 6:00am
    
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post #1172 of 2130
125 // 1:13 seems strong

if on ln2, and you hit 145 @ 125, you should jump to 167 strap
post #1173 of 2130
How are you Haswell guys managing to get Windows XP installed?!

I have found the Intel Z87 chipset drivers for XP, but I can't for the life of me get the damn OS installed madsmiley.png I get the old bluescreen when XP tries to look for the HDD. Tried using IDE mode, no joy. Tried streaming drives in with nLite, no joy.

Is it just a Gigabyte issue? Are you guys on Asus boards able to just install XP using the SATA - IDE emulation?


Some great times in this thread by the way...
post #1174 of 2130
That's strange man.

I had no issues with XP on my Z87X-OC, just set to IDE and turn off 3rd party controllers if any.
post #1175 of 2130
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Originally Posted by ****hawk View Post

How are you Haswell guys managing to get Windows XP installed?!

I have found the Intel Z87 chipset drivers for XP, but I can't for the life of me get the damn OS installed madsmiley.png I get the old bluescreen when XP tries to look for the HDD. Tried using IDE mode, no joy. Tried streaming drives in with nLite, no joy.

Is it just a Gigabyte issue? Are you guys on Asus boards able to just install XP using the SATA - IDE emulation?


Some great times in this thread by the way...

 

Must be a Gigabyte thing...  MSI / Asus / ASRock do not have this issue to my knowledge. I know CHL was saying similar things.

post #1176 of 2130
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That's strange man.

I had no issues with XP on my Z87X-OC, just set to IDE and turn off 3rd party controllers if any.

Thanks for the reply smile.gif


I wonder what's different with the UD4H though? frown.gif

I only have the Marvell controllers as 3rd party... I turned them off though, even though the HDD wasn't plugged into any of the Marvell sockets.

Can anybody else with a Gigabyte board confirm success or failure with installing XP?
post #1177 of 2130
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Originally Posted by ****hawk View Post

How are you Haswell guys managing to get Windows XP installed?!

I have found the Intel Z87 chipset drivers for XP, but I can't for the life of me get the damn OS installed madsmiley.png I get the old bluescreen when XP tries to look for the HDD. Tried using IDE mode, no joy. Tried streaming drives in with nLite, no joy.

Is it just a Gigabyte issue? Are you guys on Asus boards able to just install XP using the SATA - IDE emulation?


Some great times in this thread by the way...

go here and download
Intel ME driver for Windows XP (Z87 chipset)
Windows XP Z87 OC Buttons driver

http://gigabytedaily.blogspot.com/

P.S. there is also whole thread about this on HWBOT

http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=77697
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go here and download
Intel ME driver for Windows XP (Z87 chipset)
Windows XP Z87 OC Buttons driver

http://gigabytedaily.blogspot.com/

P.S. there is also whole thread about this on HWBOT

http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=77697

Thanks coolhandluke (I love the avatar by the way!). I had actually found the z87 chipset drivers for XP - unfortunately my issue is in getting XP to actually install at all!

Setting IDE mode in BIOS and inserting the XP disc, the Windows files are loaded, but I get a bluescreen error: "STOP: 0x0000007b (0xF78B2524, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)"

It seems this error is due to the Windows install not recognising any installed HDD. I've tried two different SSDs and a mechanical HDD - all in IDE mode. No joy.
post #1179 of 2130
No problem with installing XP for me with Z87 Gigabyte,re flash your bios again dude and see if it fixes your problem

@ dark,memory's still going good mate
Thanks
Edited by Bullant - 6/14/13 at 7:43am
post #1180 of 2130
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No problem with installing XP for me with Z87 Gigabyte,re flash your bios again dude and see if it fixes your problem

I'll try the brand new F6e BIOS tonight...

Already tried: F3, F5 and F6d though frown.gif


I'm thinking that this motherboard just has to go. It's been nothing but trouble for me so far, and is very unpredictable with memory (one setting will boot into Windows and run memtest / pi 32m one time, and then either fail to POST or get into Windows the next ten times that I reboot).
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