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Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - strongtz - 12-12-2020

Though I'm not using a Pinebook Pro, but I find it appropriate to get it posted here. Smile
Currently very ugly workaround is used, and I need to continue experimenting with ACPI tables to get it boot *into* the OS.
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RE: Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - strongtz - 12-12-2020

Fixed image link:
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RE: Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - Idaho - 12-13-2020

Nice initiative you got there, I'd really like to see that becoming a reality just so we can use the great x86/x64 emu...


RE: Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - strongtz - 12-15-2020

It boots now!
Framebuffer is a bit broken
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RE: Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - EssayAmEye - 12-15-2020

Nice! Following


RE: Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - Idaho - 12-15-2020

Nice, having PE working is already kinda unexpected for me, curious to see how a full install will behave...


RE: Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - strongtz - 12-15-2020

If someone would like to help testing or solving some problems, join:t.me/UEFIonRK3399


RE: Booting Windows on bare-metal rk3399 SBC (no linux involved) - cefre00 - 01-24-2021

How about Windows 10X? Smile