Windows Longhorn Post-Reset

edited April 2018 in Product Comments

Windows Longhorn Post-Reset

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  • It is worth noting these betas won't work without ACPI. Yes, I tried getting it on PCem, the result wasn't pretty (I kept getting RSoDs and boot errors).

  • Yas! I installed this on VirtualBox using GParted live CD. Idk pretty much about AHCI, SATA, IDE, etc.. But maybe try to format your partition or drive on GParted, because on setup it wouldn't let me install on drive cuz it's unsupported type disk, idk why, but I couldn't format in setup. WTF?

  • @BF10 said:
    It is worth noting these betas won't work without ACPI. Yes, I tried getting it on PCem, the result wasn't pretty (I kept getting RSoDs and boot errors).

    You mean this?: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Configuration_and_Power_Interface

  • @RichardProgrammer1 said:

    @BF10 said:
    It is worth noting these betas won't work without ACPI. Yes, I tried getting it on PCem, the result wasn't pretty (I kept getting RSoDs and boot errors).

    You mean this?: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Configuration_and_Power_Interface

    That. It installs on QEMU since it does have BIOS that supports ACPI.

  • edited June 2018

    @BF10 said:

    @RichardProgrammer1 said:

    @BF10 said:
    It is worth noting these betas won't work without ACPI. Yes, I tried getting it on PCem, the result wasn't pretty (I kept getting RSoDs and boot errors).

    You mean this?: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Configuration_and_Power_Interface

    That. It installs on QEMU since it does have BIOS that supports ACPI.

    Well, I installed this on VMware, Virtualbox, and on my old Dell laptop successfully. But, when installing VMware tools it's giving me BSOD, I think it's because of RAM. But RAM is 1 GB. But on Virtualbox is another problem with guest additions. Guest additions is not supported on Longhorn?! I think the answer is no. But on Dell it's running smoothly and without problems. But there is some kind of problem with network. I think that's why it's called "beta"...

  • @RichardProgrammer1 said:

    @BF10 said:

    @RichardProgrammer1 said:

    @BF10 said:
    It is worth noting these betas won't work without ACPI. Yes, I tried getting it on PCem, the result wasn't pretty (I kept getting RSoDs and boot errors).

    You mean this?: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Configuration_and_Power_Interface

    That. It installs on QEMU since it does have BIOS that supports ACPI.

    Well, I installed this on VMware, Virtualbox, and on my old Dell laptop successfully. But, when installing VMware tools it's giving me BSOD, I think it's because of RAM. But RAM is 1 GB. But on Virtualbox is another problem with guest additions. Guest additions is not supported on Longhorn?! I think the answer is no. But on Dell it's running smoothly and without problems. But there is some kind of problem with network. I think that's why it's called "beta"...

    Yes, it is best run on emulated hardware and not on visualizers like VMware or VirtualBox. If VMware Tools is not installing, then your configuration is likely incorrect or nearly incompatible for these builds.

  • @BF10 said:
    It is worth noting these betas won't work without ACPI. Yes, I tried getting it on PCem, the result wasn't pretty (I kept getting RSoDs and boot errors).

    Make sure to use VMware or VirtualBox. Those two work.

  • 5259 has no Vista Theme.

  • edited November 2018

    5840 installed nicely on Virtualbox with Guest Additions.

  • where is the product key? ( serial )

  • @o gui blindao yt said:
    where is the product key? ( serial ) edit : oh it have .txt with the serial!

  • @jonirob said:
    5840 installed nicely on Virtualbox with Guest Additions.

    Lucky for you! Build 5384 dosen't install Guest Additions!

  • @AlexThe444thMaker said:

    @jonirob said:
    5840 installed nicely on Virtualbox with Guest Additions.

    Lucky for you! Build 5384 dosen't install Guest Additions!

    That's because it isn't close enough to Windows Vista or XP at that point for Guest Additions to work properly. I tried to install Guest Additions on post-reset and I mostly end up with BSOD or setup aborting.

  • Is build 5840 compatible with any of the Vista service packs?

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