Woohoo Vista x64 installed.

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Mark Gillespie, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. After a weekend of toil, I discovered a hack to get past the lack of SATA
    support in the latest Vista CTP build.

    When it sits there blue screening, withs 7B stop, boot another operting
    system, and fudge in the driver regisyt entries using "load hive" in
    regedit, then copy the driver files, cross fingers, and reboot...

    I must say, I am REALLY impressed by the Aero Glass interface, it's simply
    stunning. Apple must be shitting bricks... :)


    My only problem, is the NVidis x64 LDDM driver (Microsoft supplied), doen
    not support the DVI output to my flat panel, only analog output. I looked
    on the Nvidia site for a x64 Forceware for LDDM, they havea 32bit
    version, but I cannot see a 64bit version. Anyone know if such a beast
    exists.

    Thanks.
    Mark Gillespie, Jan 9, 2006
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  2. Not yet.

    "Mark Gillespie" <> wrote in message
    news:eek:p.s2275g0b2dvb1m@xpdesktop64...
    > After a weekend of toil, I discovered a hack to get past the lack of SATA
    > support in the latest Vista CTP build.
    >
    > When it sits there blue screening, withs 7B stop, boot another operting
    > system, and fudge in the driver regisyt entries using "load hive" in
    > regedit, then copy the driver files, cross fingers, and reboot...
    >
    > I must say, I am REALLY impressed by the Aero Glass interface, it's simply
    > stunning. Apple must be shitting bricks... :)
    >
    >
    > My only problem, is the NVidis x64 LDDM driver (Microsoft supplied), doen
    > not support the DVI output to my flat panel, only analog output. I looked
    > on the Nvidia site for a x64 Forceware for LDDM, they havea 32bit
    > version, but I cannot see a 64bit version. Anyone know if such a beast
    > exists.
    >
    > Thanks.
    Colin Barnhorst, Jan 9, 2006
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  3. The interface is still a work in progress, we should be surprised by beta 2.
    :)
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    "Mark Gillespie" <> wrote in message
    news:eek:p.s2275g0b2dvb1m@xpdesktop64...
    > After a weekend of toil, I discovered a hack to get past the lack of SATA
    > support in the latest Vista CTP build.
    >
    > When it sits there blue screening, withs 7B stop, boot another operting
    > system, and fudge in the driver regisyt entries using "load hive" in
    > regedit, then copy the driver files, cross fingers, and reboot...
    >
    > I must say, I am REALLY impressed by the Aero Glass interface, it's simply
    > stunning. Apple must be shitting bricks... :)
    >
    >
    > My only problem, is the NVidis x64 LDDM driver (Microsoft supplied), doen
    > not support the DVI output to my flat panel, only analog output. I looked
    > on the Nvidia site for a x64 Forceware for LDDM, they havea 32bit
    > version, but I cannot see a 64bit version. Anyone know if such a beast
    > exists.
    >
    > Thanks.
    Andre Da Costa, Jan 9, 2006
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