BSOD Windows XP CF30

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  1. Michael McBride

    Michael McBride Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes I am in the US and those are the drivers I have tried with no luck of any change. Also, this system does not have a valid xp coa it has a vista coa. As I also posted I do need it to be tablet edition. The powertoys I have used in the past will only install in tablet edition. If I test xp restore disc it is to only see that it will install on my system not actually to keep and use. Thank you
     
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    You may have to flash the BIOS... I can't remember which BIOS Ver. goes with which OS but it is around here somewhere. If your COA was for Vista... Your BIOS is not set up to run XP. I remember this from all the CF-30s that needed a BIOS flash to go from XP to W7... Search for that thread. The same is the reverse.

    It's worth a shot.
     
  4. Michael McBride

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    Possible but I rather not go that far if I have to. Thanks for the tip though. Shawn I am going to try your idea out and see what happens. Thank you

    With all the custom slipstreamed xp discs I have laying around you would think one would work. My dad has a dell mini with ssd and everything works fine on his. I have noticed when I do F6 during setup it says that the AHCI drivers are older on the slipstreamed xp. So I do try the updated ones but with no luck.
     
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    Shawn that did the trick. The hard drive is no longer in SATA AHCI mode but now in Compatibly mode. Thank you
     
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