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Language: English
Author: Ramsey
File Size: 690 MB (Megabyte)
File Format: ISO (Disc Image File)
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ReadMe File:

[---------- SHORT SUMMARY ----------]

Includes ALL the latest Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Updates/Hotfixes until 11.6(June).2019 and will also automatically receive new Windows XP (POSReady 2009) Updates until at least April 2019 and no Windows XP Activation or Cr4ck or CD-K3y is required.
Also included are over 140 MB of additional SATA/AHCI and LAN drivers, including with some Themes, Runtimes, Patches, Fixes, Tweaks and some optional Programs and Pre-Configured Settings.
A Help file is also included in the ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE" with lots of useful information, such as on how to install Windows XP with an USB Flash Drive and on how to integrate your own SATA/AHCI drivers and much more.

[---------- CHANGELOG ----------]

(#) 2019.6.15 Changes:

* Added the latest Windows XP (POSReady 2009) Updates/Hotfixes from 15.5(May).2019 till 11.6(June).2019: KB4501226 (Replaces KB4487990).
* Added Paragon GPT Loader v8.0.1.0 (Adds support for 2.2TB+ drives).
* Added Toshiba UDF Reader Driver v2.5 (Allows to browse HD-DVD and Blu-ray discs in Windows Explorer).
* Added WOW32 Patch v1.0 (Fixes the Win 16 Subsystem insufficient resources problem).
* Added FlpyDisk Patch v5515 (Allows Non-standard Floppy Formats).
* Updated Windows XP Root Certificates Update (KB931125) from "September 2018 v41.0.2195.1810" to "May 2019 v41.0.2195.1905".
* Updated Windows XP Revoked Roots Certificates (SA3123040) Update from "December 2015 v8.0.2195.1512" to "March 2019 v8.0.2195.1903".
* Updated Microsoft Visual C++ 2015-2019 Redistributable from "v14.21.27619" to "v14.22.27724".
* Updated Basilisk/UXP from "v2019.5.18" to "v2019.6.15".
* Updated PotPlayer from "v1.7.18346" to "v1.7.18958".


Detailed Description:

[---------- INCLUDES ----------]

(#) Windows XP Updates:

* Windows XP Service Pack 3 (KB936929).
* Windows XP and POSReady 2009 Updates/Hotfixes until 11.6(June).2019.
* Windows Genuine Advantage Validation v1.9.42.0 (KB905474) {Cr4cked}.
* Windows Internet Explorer v8 (Roll Back to 6 possible).
* Windows Media Player v11 (Roll Back to 9 possible).
* Windows Remote Desktop Connection 7.0 (KB969084, KB2813347-v2, KB2870165-v3).
* Windows Rights Management Client (KB979099).
* Windows Driver Frameworks 1.9 - User Mode (KB970158) and Kernel Mode (KB970159).
* Windows Feature Pack for Storage v1.0 (KB952013) - Image Mastering API v2.0 (KB932716-v2, KB952011).
* Windows Feature Pack for Storage v1.0 (KB952013) - ICCD Smart Card Driver.
* Windows Installer v4.5.6002.24298 (KB942288, KB4087398).
* Windows XP exFAT file system driver update package v1.0 (KB955704).
* Windows XP Root Certificates Update [May 2019 v41.0.2195.1905] (KB931125).
* Windows XP Revoked Roots Certificates Update [March 2019 v8.0.2195.1903] (SA3123040).
* Windows XP CAPICOM v2.1.0.2 (KB931906).
* Microsoft European Union Expansion Font Update v1.2.
* Microsoft WinUSB 2.0 (KB971286).
* Microsoft XML Paper Specification Essentials Pack v1.2.
* Microsoft XML Core Services v4.0 SP3 4.30.2117.0 (KB2758694).
* Microsoft Web Folders v12.0.6612.1000 (KB907306, KB2526086/Rosebub).
* Microsoft Windows Browser Choice (KB976002-v5).
* Windows Update v7.6.7600.256.
* Windows Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257.
* Microsoft Update Web Control v7.6.7600.257.
* Microsoft Update Catalog Web Control v7.4.7057.249 (build time-stamp 130620-1021).

(#) Windows XP Runtime Libraries:

* Microsoft DirectX 9.0c End-User Runtimes v9.29.1974 (June 2010).
* Microsoft .NET Framework [Up-to-Date/12.2(February).2019]: 1.1 SP1, 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2, 3.5 SP1, 4.0 Full - {Optional}.
* Microsoft Visual C++: 2002 (v7.0.9975), 2003 (v7.10.6119), 2005 SP1 (v8.0.50727), 2008 SP1 (v9.0.30729), 2010 SP1 (v10.40219), 2012 Update 5 (v11.0.61135), 2013 Update 5 (v12.0.40664), 2015-2019 (v14.22.27724).
* Microsoft Visual Basic: v1.00, v2.0.9.8, v3.0.5.38, v4.0.29.24, v5.2.82.44, v6.1.98.39 (SP6 Update KB2911777, KB2992332).

(#) Windows XP Applications:

* Microsoft Calculator Plus v1.0.0.908 {Replaces the default Calculator}.
* Microsoft BitLocker To Go Reader v1.0 (KB970401).
* Windows XP Powertoy - ClearType Tuner v1.01 - {Optional}.
* Windows XP Powertoy - Alt-Tab Replacement v1.0 - {Optional}.
* Windows XP User Profile Hive Cleanup Service v2.0.49 Beta - {Optional}.
* Windows XP GDI+ Detection Tool v1 (KB873374).
* Windows XP QFEcheck v6.2.29.0 (KB282784).

(#) Additional Applications:

* 7-Zip v19.00 - {Optional}.
* Basilisk/UXP v2019.6.15 (Mozilla Firefox fork for Windows XP) - {Optional}.
* PotPlayer v1.7.18958 - {Optional}.
* Unlocker v1.9.2 - {Optional}.
* SumatraPDF v3.1.2 - {Optional}.
* ImDisk Toolkit v2019.4.19 - {Optional}.
* HashCheck v2.4.0.55 - {Optional}.
* Open Command Prompt Shell Extension v2.1.0 - {Optional}.
* Paragon GPT Loader v8.0.1.0 (Adds support for 2.2TB+ drives).
* Toshiba UDF Reader Driver v2.5 (Allows to browse HD-DVD and Blu-ray discs in Windows Explorer).

(#) Windows XP Patches/Fixes:

* Extended Update Support Patch v1.0: Extends the Windows XP update support from "April 2014" till at least "April 2019" (POSReady 2009 Updates).
* TCP/IP Patch v1.0: Allows you to have 16777215 (Maximum) Half-Open TCP Connections instead of 10.
* UxTheme Patch v1.0: Allows you to use un-signed Custom Visual Styles (Themes).
* TermSrv Patch v1.0: Allows you to have multiple concurrent remote desktop connections.
* SFC Patch v1.0: Allows you to disable and enable the Windows File Protection with the registry entry "SfcDisable".
* FlpyDisk Patch v5515: Allows Non-standard Floppy Formats.
* SndRec32 Patch v2.0: Fixes a Sound Recorder error message on computers that have more than 2GB of RAM and Increases the Recording Time Limit from 60 Seconds to 999 Seconds.
* Shell32 Patch v1.0: Fixes the missing Icons in the notification area.
* WOW32 Patch v1.0: Fixes the Win 16 Subsystem insufficient resources problem.
* NTDETECT Patch v1.1: Resolves a problem with some buggy BIOS'es, when installing Windows XP with an USB Flash Drive.
* RAID-5 Patch v1.0: Enables Software RAID-5 Support.
* SERVICES Patch v1.0: Includes more assigned port numbers for well-known services defined by IANA.
* MNF4SBF v3.1: Fixes a Microsoft .NET Framework 4 bug that causes a slow Windows XP boot up.
* Fixed Missing ClipBook Viewer shortcut in the Start Menu (accessor.inf).

(#) Windows XP Tweaks:

* Pre-Configured Windows XP Settings - {Optional}.
* Pre-Configured Program Settings - {Optional}.
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications v1.9.40.0 (KB905474).
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows XP End Of Service Notifications (KB2934207).
* Suppressing Microsoft Update nagging to install Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool v5.39.12900.0 (KB890830).

(#) Extras:

* Ported Compatible Updates/Hotfixes and RTM files from Office 2000, Windows 2000, Windows POSReady 2009, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (More details in the ReadMe file).
* DriverPacks BASE v11.09.01.2b - With the Driver Packs: MassStorage v18.04.21 (SATA/AHCI), LAN v18.04.21 (Cable Ethernet) - Compressed = 23 MB / Uncompressed = 143 MB - {Removable}.
* 9 Additional Windows XP Themes - {Optional}: "Windows XP Embedded", "Black Mesa v2.0", "ChaNinja Style RC5 v1.0", "Disney - It's a Magical World v2.0", "NeoGeniX LS v1.0", "Luna Element Black v5.1 + CSS", "Royale Remixed v1.47", "Windows 7 Colors v1.1", "Zune Final v1.0".
* Windows File Protection Utility v1.4 (In "Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools").
* Windows XP CD-K3y Changer v1.2 (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Windows NT Registration Changer v1.0 (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Text file with some valid WGA CD-K3ys (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* Help file with lots of useful information (In ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\WinXPPx86IE").
* All Patched and Modified files are all digitally signed with a custom certificate.

[---------- REMOVED ----------]

(#) Windows XP Components:

* Nothing was removed that could cause System or Software problems, only outdated and unneeded components were removed.
1. Applications: "Address Book".
2. Multimedia: "Images and Backgrounds", "Movie Maker", "Music Samples".
3. Network: "MSN Explorer", "Netmeeting", "Outlook Express", "Windows Messenger".
4. Operating System Options: "Blaster and Nachi removal tool", "Desktop Cleanup Wizard", "Out of Box Experience (OOBE)", "Tour".
5. 3rd-party Drivers: "Display Adapters", "ISDN", "Logitech WingMan", "Microsoft SideWinder", "Scanners", "Sony Jog Dial", "Toshiba DVD decoder card".
6. Disc Files: "clock.avi", "flash.ocx", "mmc.chm", "plugin.ocx", "rdsktpw.chm", "swflash.inf", "swtchbrd.bmp", "yahoo.bmp".
7. Disc Folders: "DOTNETFX", "SUPPORT", "VALUEADD", "I386\WIN9XMIG", "I386\WIN9XUPG".

(#) Bugged Updates/Files that have not been added (Manual installers in ISO/Disc folder "..\OEM\Bugged Updates"):

1. "KB2926765" (shlwapi.dll) / This Update was not added due to a Microsoft bug with the changing of the Internet and E-mail item on the Start menu.

[---------- INFORMATION ----------] + [---------- HELP GUIDES ----------]
http://www.zone54.com/ddl/WXPPx86IE_-_ReadMe.txt

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Pensioner · 10:28 21.07.2019
    Ramsey would you add an extra Media Player choice to the 690mb next release like the old Media Player Classic or suchlike which is still great for DVD playback etc. Only tiny files which will add only a few mb and keep the iso size to still 700mb or less. Users could still use the Potplayer if required. Thanks.
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      Ramsey · 11:18 21.07.2019
      PotPlayer is also based on MPC. And the official MPC-HC has ended the support for Windows XP for over a year now. And PotPlayer is also better in every aspect.
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    cmccaff1 · 18:37 20.07.2019
    Dear Ramsey,

    As you are very busy I don't want to take up too much of your time, but with the understanding that the XP Integral (formerly Black) Edition has officially reached the end of major support (not including minor releases to update 3rd-party tools) I just wanted to take some time to write a message for you. They usually tend to turn into books, so I'll try not to let this one get too out of hand. No guarantees!

    Being born in '92 I got to grow up with Microsoft and Windows during what was arguably the halcyon era for both. With each release Windows seemed to get a little bit better; even the widely panned ME was still very good when you turned off System Restore. By the time 2001 came around and XP was released, it seemed Microsoft had finally cracked the code on what it takes to make a truly solid OS. It struck a perfect balance between stability & compatibility with a kernel that made it possible to near-seamlessly run older programs in tandem with the latest software while being almost impervious to crashes (especially by the time SP2 came around; by then Microsoft had gotten their acts together and fixed virtually all major bugs).

    XP holds a great deal of nostalgia for me, as I've been using it almost as long as I have been alive. I was an early adopter, as was the rest of my family. It seemed to be a big gamble in the beginning, because we were not sure how far/long MS was going to run with it, but as the years went on and MS kept improving it we knew we had made a good choice. It speaks volumes to how advanced for its time it was that it is still so capable today of meeting nearly all the needs one could possibly have as far as getting things done on a day-to-day basis. One by one, as its predecessors were sent to the digital graveyard and newer versions with more bells/whistles were released, the old soldier XP continued to march on bravely. Its march continues to this day, though its support is now much more limited than in years past. Everything about it has just always felt right, and as long as possible I'd like to keep using it, though I realize that there will come a time where I cannot any longer. Until that day comes, I'll continue to happily appreciate the old champ.

    From the bottom of my heart, I thank you very much for blessing folks worldwide with the ultimate version of perhaps the greatest OS ever made. Your hard work by no means is unappreciated, and I am grateful that despite the negativity you've had to face from some folks you selflessly kept this project running as long as you did. It feels like the end of an era. If it is, it damn sure ended on a high note, friend. God bless you & your family. When it's time to switch to something newer, I know who/where to turn to!

    Always grateful,

    Cameron M.
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    Pensioner · 11:34 19.07.2019
    Hi Ramsey
    In your opinion how safe is XP now, after MS has now finished its security updates or patches? I read that most hacker attacks were mostly IE exploits in any given Microsoft system over the years. So going off that as long as an updated browser(other than IE!) or a good anti virus is onboard plus the commonsense of the user e.g avoiding dodgy sites, then most XP users should be safe on the Net. Would you agree?
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      Darek · 16:35 20.07.2019
      I use Windows XP with an internet connection. It's actually quite safe, If you don't download from unofficial sources or "accidentally" download some random malware. I've been using Windows XP Black Edition ever since I found out about it at the beginning of 2019, when I was looking for a compiled update pack for Windows XP.

      Windows XP still has support from Microsoft mainly because Windows 10 is shit and the mere fact that even to this day, many hospitals, ATMs, schools and businesses still use windows XP.

      Btw thanks for the amazing work you've done, Ramsey. You've breathed life into my old computer!
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        pensioner · 10:09 21.07.2019
        Thanks to both Ramsey and Darak for sound advice. I moved to XP after using the excellent Media Center system which by way I still have on an old in use laptop. XP is still a delightful system to use unlike that bloody awful Win10 which Microsoft gave away for free at the start and wants to continuously load up junk and spy on the user. Win7 is a nice system too, but XP meets all my needs well!
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      Ramsey · 21:14 19.07.2019
      If you running Windows XP in a Virtual Machine to play old games or use old programs then it's okay. But to use it those days as you main Operating System connected to the internet is not a good idea anymore. It's now time to move to Pop!_OS (Linux) ore Windows 10.
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    Akhlaq · 16:52 18.07.2019
    July updates???
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      Ramsey · 17:27 18.07.2019
      There is nothing new from Microsoft to integrate. The update support has officially ended now. I will probably release every 3-4 months a new version with the updated Third-party Tools.
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    Adam JM · 01:42 16.07.2019
    windows work fine , i wish that u add Yandex browser and new server to sync time cz' ( time.windows.com ) don't working anymore .
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    ushilives · 01:49 13.07.2019
    Hi Ramsey what are the pros of using Basilisk? I am using your Windows XP at moment and seeing which browser is the best.
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      Crouch · 20:40 13.07.2019
      It looks like Basilisk runs something close to Firefox 52 ESR on XP with more uptodate patches. That's probably going to be the newest browser on XP that's still (somewhat?) maintained. So if anyone knows of something better or an alternative, I'd like to hear about it too.
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        Ramsey · 23:25 13.07.2019
        You are right about this. One has too only check the UI between this two.
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    ushilives · 16:12 08.07.2019
    Hi i was wondering if anyone could help me. I have a laptop with 2 hard drives installed. One has Windows XP and the other has Batocera. How do i create configuration so it gives me a choice when booting to decide which hard drive (OS) to boot into? I tried to use EasyBCD but won't work on Windows XP. Thanks.
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      Ramsey · 16:30 08.07.2019
      With Linux you normally install Windows XP first and then Windows XP. if you want dual boot.
      One simple way that works always is to create 2 Primary Partitions and set the one you want to boot into as Active Partition in Linux or Windows.
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        ushilives · 16:43 08.07.2019
        OK Thanks will see what status the partitions are
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          Crouch · 01:35 16.07.2019
          Slight correction, Windows first then Linux.
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    alivebacon · 16:12 06.07.2019
    It gets stuck on "Setup is starting Windows" for ages, seeming like it's froze.
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 02:34 07.07.2019
      This looks like this is a STAT driver problem try to integrate you own SATA driver or go into your BIOS and see if you can change SATA to IDE. Read also the ReadMe file if you need more information.
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      infuscomus · 01:36 07.07.2019
      my modified version? or original?
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    infuscomus · 02:31 05.07.2019
    hi ramsey,

    i found a work around for storport not copying

    in txtsetup.sif

    [files.acpi]
    acpi.sys,4
    acpiec.sys,4
    oprghdlr.sys,4
    storport.sys,4

    now it copies across

    probably not the best solution, but it works

    did you want to test my ISO on some newer XP incompatible hardware?
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      Ramsey · 19:35 05.07.2019
      What exactly do you want to do. A nLite Addon or a "TXTSETUP.OEM" file to install it with the Windows XP F6 option??
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        infuscomus · 00:58 06.07.2019
        I have XP working on Ryzen now and wanted to know if you wanted the ISO image to try it for yourself?
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          Ramsey · 01:16 06.07.2019
          Yes i can try it out on an Intel Chip but i don't have any AMD Chip to try it out. But if people don't run into any problems with it then i can easy integrate it Into WinXP-IE.
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            infuscomus · 01:31 06.07.2019
            OK,

            Should I post a link to it here, or email you?
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              Ramsey · 01:31 06.07.2019
              Simply post the link here so other people can test it too.
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                infuscomus · 02:41 06.07.2019
                XP working for AMD Rynzen ISO image

                use this if you get A5 or 7B BSOD on modern hardware

                https://ufile.io/aqbl9tfc
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                  lss5094 · 01:08 15.07.2019
                  I'm getting a strange 7B BSOD with 0xBA4C3524, after the setup installed the bundled optional software. I'm not sure why, as this happens regardless whether the SATA controller is set to IDE or AHCI, and it happens after the logo has been shown for a few seconds (instead of immediately). Fortunately it appears I can get out of it by booting with Last Known Good Configuration once, but I don't know if this has any side effect.

                  The BSOD happens on both the original 2019.6.15 version as well as this version.

                  On the other hand, has anyone tested any RAM limit breaking patches with this version (like Dibya's 128 GB RAM patch)? I intend to try this on systems with a large amount of RAM, as well as to test whether the device drivers I needed are compatible under such scenario.
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                    infuscomus · 13:20 15.07.2019
                    It happens with the original version too?
                    very strange

                    what storage controller do you have?
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                      lss5094 · 15:40 16.07.2019
                      The storage controller in question is AMD SP5100 (equivalent to SB700 series). Yes, it happens on original version, too, and it doesn't matter if I'm using IDE or AHCI mode.

                      And as for the 7B BSOD... I can install, finish the GUI installation phases as well as additional software installation. The BSOD happens after that, and it doesn't happen immediately after the logo appears, it happens after the system has been loading for a while, which is unusual for a 7B BSOD.

                      This 7B BSOD can be worked around by booting with Last Known Good Configuration, and once I successfully boot to the system, no more BSODs happen after that.
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                        infuscomus · 15:59 16.07.2019
                        how strange, but you have a solution at least, so that's good.
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    infuscomus · 07:40 03.07.2019
    Ramsey,

    would you be willing to test a couple of new drivers for the next release?

    It's an ACPI 2.0 driver and a generic AHCI driver. Testing done by me and dietmar over at Win-RAID forums shows it works for AMD Ryzen.
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      Ramsey · 09:24 03.07.2019
      I cannot test it myself because i don't have any AMD CPU. But i can include almost everything if it doesn't cause any side effect.
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        infuscomus · 23:32 03.07.2019
        here they are - hope you can test
        https://ufile.io/8tbt0wo3
        theres an issue where storport.sys wont copy itself across after first reboot - it works fine after you manually copy it
        If you can figure out why it wont copy across we'd appreciate it
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          Ramsey · 08:45 04.07.2019
          Did you try to put also the other 2 files into the "CopyFiles" INF section?
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            infuscomus · 12:28 04.07.2019
            this error is at first reboot after txtmode setup before any inf drivers are installed

            we can integrate with nlite and storahci will load in txtmode setup - on reboot only storahci.sys is copied to c:\windows\system32\drivers

            storport.sys does not get copied - thus 7B BSOD - and we're not sure how to tell setup that it needs to copy storport.sys across
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              Ramsey · 12:55 04.07.2019
              Did you try this:
              [storahci_CopyFiles]
              storahci.sys,,,1
              storport.sys,,,1

              Check also if the file "acpi.sys" has being overwritten.
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                infuscomus · 13:04 04.07.2019
                OK,

                Does it matter where i put this in txtsetup.sif?

                acpi.sys override can be avoided by replacing the copy in driver.cab
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                  Ramsey · 13:15 04.07.2019
                  The file TXTSETUP.OEM is paced correctly and the file txtsetup.sif needs to be in the "I386" folder. But like i said is the file "acpi.sys" being overwritten after the installation?