Blackwingcat, it is important for you to know that this NUC supports Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and Windows 7.
At this moment there are not drivers available for Windows XP.
Well, I know the Intel NUC is not supported on XP.
But the Intel NUC is useful to Embedded solution, and this driver supports XPe on HSW ULT.
It looks like critical bug for me, does not it ?
If I install to this system windows embedded standard 2009, it works perfectly ?
Haswell 4400 no XP/2003 driver... INCREDIBLE!!!
I've recently been contacted for the upgrade of several computers in a small company (~20 PSs)
After surveying the market I decided for Upgrade the core PCs with a new Board+CPU+Memory
I've decided for boards with Intel H81M chipset, Intel CPU i3 for the Workstations and i7 CPU to the 3 Servers...
Bought the material, replaced the old material... updated the drivers ---> THEN... ---> BIG PROBLEM...
no Windows XP or Windows 2003 drivers for the graphics card... ?What... can't be true
I can't believe this fault from intel... this 2 Operating Systems still have millions of users...
There is no possibility of upgrading to Windows 7 ou 8 at this time... and no Will too... the installed OS's do the
job OK... and the users are happy with them...
Scanned the internet for some solution for this problem... but again...
I CAN'T BELIEVE INTEL HAS NOT DONE DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS XP/2003 (NT5x)...
Please someone point me to a solution... I dont want to buy 20 vga's just because of the driver issue...
I can certainly sympathize with your situation but I doubt there will be an official Windows XP driver released for the NUC. I'm not involved with development, but given the fact that Microsoft is discontinuing support for XP and urging everyone on it to upgrade it seems unlikely there will be anything in the way of new drivers.
I think this is unbelievable...
Not supporting an OS with several millions of users...
Users that are OK with their software... the major part of then only want more performance (read upgrade CPU)
and Intel is moving away from this users...
For what I could investigate the problem is only in the video drivers...
Is it too much of a problem releasing a Windows XP/2003 driver???
Even small hardware manufacturers know that moving away from XP/2003 at this time is a shot in the foot!!!
I'm amazed that intel with lot's of marketing and sales people could shoot both feet at the same time!!!
It is nothing that cannot be corrected... but time is an issue...
I've already combined to return the purchased material to the supplier (alleged incompatibility problems with existing software) to got a refund...
But what I really wanted is that everything worked at the first try... like we were used too with intel products...
No problems for me when installed 220.127.116.1149 in a 3rd-Gen Core i5 vPro ( Ivy Bridge, Dev_0152 )
Probably this BSoD is a problem that occurs only in HSW Processors.
But a known problem with 18.104.22.16849: HDMI drivers are old versions, exactly the same as released in 22.214.171.12420 Graphics driver for Intel 4 Series chipsets (Q45, Q43...).
inf file is "IntcHDMI.inf", instead of "IntcDAud.inf" from 1st/2nd/3rd-Gen Processors.
Devices detected by "IntcHDMI.inf" are different from ones detected by "IntcDAud.inf"
There's no WinXP HDMI drivers for 4rd-Gen processors.
Most recent WinXP HDMI drivers are from 126.96.36.19937 3rd-Gen Processors with HD Graphics 2500/4000
> But a known problem with 188.8.131.5249: HDMI drivers are old versions, exactly the same as released in 184.108.40.20620 Graphics driver for Intel 4 Series chipsets (Q45, Q43...).
This is correct.
See this picture.
These Windows XP Intel HD Audios are not supported on haswell.
So, I use Inbox Realtek Audio Driver.
But , the Intel HD Graphic driver should be supported normally.
According with "IntcDAud.inf" extracted from Graphics "10.18.10.3496" for Windows 7/8.x, there are two more devices, not present in 220.127.116.1137 for Windows XP; which one do you have found in your Haswell PC?
(or none of them)?
What "Realtek Inbox Audio" version have you used for installing in your hardware?
All devices detected in "Device Manager"?
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You can download driver from the following link.
Same problem here, solve it using intel 5445 vga driver for XP from this site: NF9J-Q87 :: JNF9J-Q87 :: Intel Q87 Haswell :: JETWAY COMPUTER CORP.
although USB3 driver is no good for xp, and no hdmi audio