Testing 3rd-party drivers

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As the aim of ReactOS is to be compatible with all Windows 2003/XP drivers, it makes more sense to test drivers in the first and not hardware. If (for example) a driver doesn't work for one GPU adapter, it will likely not work for another one too. This page is made for gathering information about different kinds of 3rd-party drivers' status on ReactOS.

Legend

  • Driver name - executable name (e.g. disk.sys)
  • Dep. drivers - minimal set of other drivers needed for *driver name* to work
  • Link - download link for a driver
  • Version - executable version (see Details tab in file properties)
  • Commit (with date) - commit link with its date (not the date you tested the driver)
  • Boots - ✔️ if ReactOS is able to boot with this driver installed, ❌ otherwise
  • Works - ✔️ if the OS boots and the device works as expected, ❌ otherwise
  • Jira/debug log - link to debug log or Jira ticket (not mandatory!)
  • Tester - put ~~~ here so a developer can contact you

Windows built-in drivers

Driver name Dep. drivers Version Commit (with date) Boots Works Comments Jira/debug log Tester
acpi.sys 5.2.3790.3959 3014417 (2020-11-30) BSOD 0x0000007B (0xF781BA1C, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) https://pastebin.com/kAAf0tTL Oleg Dubinskiy
disk.sys classpnp.sys, cdrom.sys, atapi.sys 5.2.3790.3959 3014417 (2020-11-30) ✔️ ✔️ Doesn't work with scsiport.sys from ReactOS Oleg Dubinskiy

Other drivers

Driver name Description Link Version Commit (with date) Boots Works Comments Tested hardware Jira/debug log Tester
e100b325.sys Intel PRO/100+ Driver Link 5.41.22.0 ec6b3ec (2017-11-18) ✔️ ✔️ Pi_User5