First post, by JiaoTongNan
I'm trying to get Windows XP installed on a Bay Trail-M CPU computer. So far I've found compatible drivers but I am running into ONE problem: ACPI.sys. I must figure out how to replace that file in the Windows XP files. The problem is that the ACPI.SY file is in an LZX:21 archive. I cannot just simply compress a file then give it the original extension because the Windows XP setup would detect it as corrupt!
Does anyone know how to recompress a file to an LZX:21 archive? It's the only file hampering me from installing Windows XP on a 2014 computer!