Thank you for contacting the Intel Communities.
I was checking your motherboar manufacturer's website and they have support from Windows 7* and higher.
In this case, there is something you can try, it would be to update the drivers from the device manager.
How to do this?
1. Access device manager
2. Look for the device to be updated
3. Right click and properties
4. Go to driver tab
5. Hit update driver and then "Search automatically for updated driver software"
If the problem persists, you can go to the same place and this time look for "Details" tab.
Then under "Property" look for "Hardware IDs" and google one of those IDs; This should allow you to find the device you have, and the you can look for drivers for that specific component, in the case where you are not able to find the drivers, please provide me with screenshots of those Hardware ID's found for each component to further search for them.
For the graphics driver, what is the CPU that you have in your system?
I look forward to hearing from you.
I have tried you mentioned driver updating procedure. But no drivers available in win XP and motherboard website. I have already contacted to gigabyte, they told Intel not provided the XP drivers for motherboard GA-H81M-WW. Please find the attached screenshots of driver details. Pls help me.
ALASKA - 1072009 BIOS Date: 08/11/15 12:00:56 Ver: 04.06.05 BIOS Date: 08/11/15 12:00:56 Ver: 04.06.05 (GIGABYTE – GA-H81M-WW)
Service Pack 3 (Windows XP Professional 32bit)
Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4150 CPU @ 3.50GHz
Nijo K K
I found most of the Windows XP drivers for that motherboard. I loaded Windows XP Professional SP3 on an ASUS B85M-E, since it has very similar hardware. The only drivers that I couldn't find were the Intel graphics HDMI audio driver (integrated HDMI audio can be disabled in the BIOS, usually), and the ASUS specific AMDA00 device.
Here's a list of the drivers I used, followed by screenshots of Device Manager:
Graphics -- This driver is unsigned and not supported, but does install:
Intel Management Engine -- Use the 'heci' driver located in the "WINDOWSDriverPackages\MEI" folder, it's all you need:
Device Manager screenshots:
The two undetected devices in the screenshots are noted above. I also have two screenshots of the flagged devices that you encountered, however, they both function on my end.
I know that the Chipset and Management Engine drivers don't explicitly state Windows XP support on their respective download pages, but they do work.
So, I retested with an i3-4170 and an H81 based motherboard, and all of the drivers that I posted function with the exception of the Intel HD Graphics driver. I had a look at the 'igxp32.inf' file, and it seems that there is no support for the HD4400 graphics controller, as the device id for 'PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_041E' is missing. The device id for the HD4600 graphics controller is present though, so the best you could do is to purchase a Core i3 with the HD4600 graphics controller (e.g. Core i3-4330). Else, you will have to make do with no graphics support whatsoever, or purchase a PCIe graphics card with WinXP support.
Here's a comparison of two i3's (supported device ID's in the WinXP driver at right): http://imgur.com/X7ErdoM
Correct, Intel® HD Graphics 4400 are supported from Windows 7 and higher, previous versions of the OS like Windows XP* are not supported on this platform.
One way to go would be to check with Gize2 about the drivers used for Intel® HD Graphics 4600 to be installed in Windows XP* due to the fact that they are not supported for this platform either.