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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    The guest OS can run in a window or full screen on the host. So you can switch back and forth any time you want.
    Thanks, jagabo. Good to know.
    And then leave it to the Host to handle contact with the outside world ?

    However, one of of those CNET posters I quoted said you needed a good AV solution for both the Guest & the Host OSes . . . .

    @ babygdav,
    Forgot to mention that I have been using the NoScript extension for quite a long time. Very useful, maybe even essential. (It does get to be annoying when you get to a web page that has like 48 page permission items to peruse and sign off on. Hate that !) Anything that starts with "ad____" is generally denied a permission. I'm also often a user of AdBlock, or one of its offshoots or functional equivalents, although nowadays you tend to run into quite a few sites that refuse to even load, unless and until you disable all ad blockers or anti-trackers.
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    If I were to swap out my existing Windows 7 AMD MOBO, with a new Ryzen CPU and MOBO and 16GB of DDR4. While still running the same Windows 7 OS on the same drive, does anyone foresee any major problems for me? I know that when the MOBO gets changed Windows will demand a new key, so that's not a problem. The MOBO I'm looking at has PS/2 and USB 2.0 ports, along with USB 3.0. I know I should probably install these drivers before the swapout, https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/amd-chipset-drivers-download.html or this one https://www.amd.com/en/support/chipsets/amd-socket-am4/a320
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  3. If PS/2 will work then nothing stops you from installing usb drivers on already running system.
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  4. Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    Update 2020.01.15
    -Added drivers for x570 (Yes! Ryzen 3950x works!)
    What about TRX40? Thanks...
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  5. Originally Posted by edd.smi5 View Post
    Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    Update 2020.01.15
    -Added drivers for x570 (Yes! Ryzen 3950x works!)
    What about TRX40? Thanks...
    It should work too.
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  6. Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    What about TRX40? Thanks...

    It should work too.
    Will give it a try... I have been getting "not ACPI compliant" BSOD with other updated ISOs
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  7. Originally Posted by edd.smi5 View Post
    Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    What about TRX40? Thanks...

    It should work too.
    Will give it a try... I have been getting "not ACPI compliant" BSOD with other updated ISOs
    In that case your only solution would be LINUX as host + Windows 7 installed in Virtual Machine
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  8. Hi thanks you very much for all effort about this project.

    I need Intel Wireless 9560 Windows 7 x64 drivers. ( z390-e-gaming )

    I know there is only for Win 10 but can help me ?
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    Originally Posted by StartQ View Post
    Hi thanks you very much for all effort about this project.

    I need Intel Wireless 9560 Windows 7 x64 drivers. ( z390-e-gaming )

    I know there is only for Win 10 but can help me ?
    does windows 7 recognize the wireless adapter ??
    did you try going into device manager - network adapters - selecting the Intel Wireless 9560 card -
    driver - update driver ??
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  10. Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    Originally Posted by StartQ View Post
    Hi thanks you very much for all effort about this project.

    I need Intel Wireless 9560 Windows 7 x64 drivers. ( z390-e-gaming )

    I know there is only for Win 10 but can help me ?
    does windows 7 recognize the wireless adapter ??
    did you try going into device manager - network adapters - selecting the Intel Wireless 9560 card -
    driver - update driver ??
    I have in Device Manager a device like unknow.
    I can select it and update driver, but driver exist only for Win 10.
    I have also bluetooth as triangle "!" device. 9560 has wireless + bluetooth.
    ID hardware:


    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&SUBSYS_00348086&REV_10
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&SUBSYS_00348086
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&CC_028000
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&CC_0280
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    Originally Posted by StartQ View Post
    Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    Originally Posted by StartQ View Post
    Hi thanks you very much for all effort about this project.

    I need Intel Wireless 9560 Windows 7 x64 drivers. ( z390-e-gaming )

    I know there is only for Win 10 but can help me ?
    does windows 7 recognize the wireless adapter ??
    did you try going into device manager - network adapters - selecting the Intel Wireless 9560 card -
    driver - update driver ??
    I have in Device Manager a device like unknow.
    I can select it and update driver, but driver exist only for Win 10.
    I have also bluetooth as triangle "!" device. 9560 has wireless + bluetooth.
    ID hardware:


    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&SUBSYS_00348086&REV_10
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&SUBSYS_00348086
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&CC_028000
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&CC_0280

    would this be what your looking for - https://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=dd83d
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  12. Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    Originally Posted by StartQ View Post
    Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    Originally Posted by StartQ View Post
    Hi thanks you very much for all effort about this project.

    I need Intel Wireless 9560 Windows 7 x64 drivers. ( z390-e-gaming )

    I know there is only for Win 10 but can help me ?
    does windows 7 recognize the wireless adapter ??
    did you try going into device manager - network adapters - selecting the Intel Wireless 9560 card -
    driver - update driver ??
    I have in Device Manager a device like unknow.
    I can select it and update driver, but driver exist only for Win 10.
    I have also bluetooth as triangle "!" device. 9560 has wireless + bluetooth.
    ID hardware:


    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&SUBSYS_00348086&REV_10
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&SUBSYS_00348086
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&CC_028000
    PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_A370&CC_0280

    would this be what your looking for - https://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=dd83d
    My three cents here...
    1) Download that file
    2) open Intel-9260-9560-9462-8265-8260-7265-3165-WiFi-Driver_DD83D_WIN_20.50.0.8334_A02.EXE in 7-zip
    3) Go to production folder and extract whole Windows10-x64 folder
    4) Force install missing drivers via Device Manager.
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  13. My three cents here...
    1) Download that file
    2) open Intel-9260-9560-9462-8265-8260-7265-3165-WiFi-Driver_DD83D_WIN_20.50.0.8334_A02.EXE in 7-zip
    3) Go to production folder and extract whole Windows10-x64 folder
    4) Force install missing drivers via Device Manager.
    Run Dpinst64.exe I can "force" installation of Windows10-x64, but it say "not necessary" and the network device stay unrecognised without driver ( version driver is not displayed ).With other options like "search software" and "manual option" the 9560 is not in the list of wireless devices available.
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    Originally Posted by StartQ View Post
    My three cents here...
    1) Download that file
    2) open Intel-9260-9560-9462-8265-8260-7265-3165-WiFi-Driver_DD83D_WIN_20.50.0.8334_A02.EXE in 7-zip
    3) Go to production folder and extract whole Windows10-x64 folder
    4) Force install missing drivers via Device Manager.
    Run Dpinst64.exe I can "force" installation of Windows10-x64, but it say "not necessary" and the network device stay unrecognised without driver ( version driver is not displayed ).With other options like "search software" and "manual option" the 9560 is not in the list of wireless devices available.
    have you tried checking windows update to see if it can find a driver for the wireless card ??
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  15. have you tried checking windows update to see if it can find a driver for the wireless card ??
    Connected by LAN.
    Only updates found, no driver.
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  16. The laptop just shutdown after this, Is there anyway I could make it work? I have an AMD discrete GPU with i5 8th Gen processor. Thanks for the help man, I really appreciate your work,Image
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  17. Just registered to express my gratitude to the OP for preparing this awesome tool! U rock!

    Now about my case,
    I own a x570 Gigabyte Aorus Elite mobo with a Ryzen 5 3600x and I am trying to install win7 on a M2 Silicon power nvme disc.
    I have prepared the iso and I have some questions about running this:
    1) do I need any special drivers for my drive?
    2) do I need a ps2 keyboard? my mobo doesn't have any ps2 ports
    3) how to install it? should I just prepare a bootable usb and go ahead with the installation? will my usb mouse and keyboard work normally?
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  18. Btw, if you only have issue with the NVMe support. try this tool.
    http://hdd.by/Victoria/Windows7-10PE.zip
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  19. Originally Posted by lvpha View Post
    Btw, if you only have issue with the NVMe support. try this tool.
    http://hdd.by/Victoria/Windows7-10PE.zip
    Are u writing to me?
    I have completed the installation but the windows don't load. What do u suggest?
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    Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
    Originally Posted by lvpha View Post
    Btw, if you only have issue with the NVMe support. try this tool.
    http://hdd.by/Victoria/Windows7-10PE.zip
    Are u writing to me?
    I have completed the installation but the windows don't load. What do u suggest?
    try this here - https://www.ubackup.com/windows-7/install-windows-7-to-nvme-4348.html
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  21. Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
    Originally Posted by lvpha View Post
    Btw, if you only have issue with the NVMe support. try this tool.
    http://hdd.by/Victoria/Windows7-10PE.zip
    Are u writing to me?
    I have completed the installation but the windows don't load. What do u suggest?
    try this here - https://www.ubackup.com/windows-7/install-windows-7-to-nvme-4348.html
    Thanks..
    So, method 1) and 2) are not currently available.
    And 3) it's not clear how to "Install the proper driver for the NVMe SSD". Install it where?
    I have the windows installed already and I have access to this partition through my standard Win10 setup, but I can't find any way to install the Nvme driver or which driver to install.
    I have a Silicon Power PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD 1TB Gen3x4 model, which has a Toshiba controller.
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  22. You try Ms-dart for Windows 7, please Let me know if it works out for you or not.

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35494
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  23. Another option is to load the drivers from the Windows 7 installation GUI.
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  24. Originally Posted by lvpha View Post
    Another option is to load the drivers from the Windows 7 installation GUI.
    For this I will need a Ps2 keyboard and mouse, right?
    I don't have any of these.
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    Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
    Originally Posted by lvpha View Post
    Another option is to load the drivers from the Windows 7 installation GUI.
    For this I will need a Ps2 keyboard and mouse, right?
    I don't have any of these.
    this guy here installed windows 7 on an NVME drive - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzIUPcgAgK0
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  26. Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
    Originally Posted by lvpha View Post
    Another option is to load the drivers from the Windows 7 installation GUI.
    For this I will need a Ps2 keyboard and mouse, right?
    I don't have any of these.
    this guy here installed windows 7 on an NVME drive - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzIUPcgAgK0
    U do realise that this method shows how to select a driver AFTER someone manages to run the installation process with a working keyboard and mouse?
    This is not the case with me.
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  27. I suspect that you installed win7 without CSM mode enabled in bios. Updated win7 Has native support for nvme so you do not need 3rd party driver.
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  28. Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    I suspect that you installed win7 without CSM mode enabled in bios. Updated win7 Has native support for nvme so you do not need 3rd party driver.
    As you can see it's enabled.

    I have tried 3 different iso from different sources.
    Always the same problem: windows starts loading and then my pc reboots.
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    Just reporting back after upgrading to a Ryzen 3rd Gen. The MOBO transfer went fine (while keeping the original Win7 drive) but the USB support was lost on start up. After using my PS2 mouse I managed to install the drivers for the MOBO and now hours after battling driver issues everything seems to be settled.
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  30. @Atak_Snajpera
    Outstanding tool!! Thank you very much.
    I have been running W7 for a month and it goes smoothly.


    Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
    Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    I suspect that you installed win7 without CSM mode enabled in bios. Updated win7 Has native support for nvme so you do not need 3rd party driver.
    As you can see it's enabled.

    I have tried 3 different iso from different sources.
    Always the same problem: windows starts loading and then my pc reboots.
    Just curious, did you manage? How did you do it?
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