As in "Advance Harddrive Controller..." I can't believe I am finally at 54% on CHKDSK. jean quangJul 26, 2008, 2:38 AM I did as you said and windows XP recognized the two drives as drive D: and E: I Goto bios setup, enable SATA as Raid, I have the same issue..... In the "Search for files or folders named" section type in the following file name: MakeDisk.exe Once you click the "Search Now" button the Window should return at least 1 result. http://agileweb.org/windows-xp/raid-drivers-in-winxp.php
and it came with vista.. I'm on the brink of going insane with this. It has been a literal nightmare trying to get XP on this machine to the point where I've scoured the internet for a means or a tutorial on how to, and However XP setup still cannot go further. http://acer--uk.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/6989/~/installing-windows-xp-on-a-raid
I have raidxpert installed from my MOBO CD but it's just jubberish to me, I don't know if that's the raid drivers or what.Please help. I was pondering how to do this a few months ago and the only solutions I found at the time involved creating a slipstreamed installation CD which to be honest seemed Can someone help me with this? Enter to retry or F3 to exit.
I be using Window XP on this guide. I have Win XP genuin copy. You can try and use WinRar to extract the file. Windows Xp Install Not Detecting Hard Drive under it, there was another yellow, i think it was IDE controller.
Intel even give you a floppy image creator exe which works perfectly. Sata Driver For Windows Xp I tried looking for a work around with a bootable USB XP install but, no go, all my USB devices don't support booting. Anyway I got it fully up to date with SP3 etc as per Windows Update and then spent another 2 weeks installling and configuring all my old software and restoring what http://www.prime-expert.com/articles/b02/installing-windows-xp-with-f6-ahci-raid-drivers-from-usb-only.php It takes less than a minute and is completely free!
The issue here is that SOME (and I don't know about Dell) mobo makers provide separate device drivers for AHCI devices and RAID systems, and some actually package the two together Sata Hard Disk Drivers For Windows Xp Download I don't have a Fujitsu boot disk and I have spent a month on and off trying to make a Boot disk to recover. Report brian- Jul 23, 2010 at 10:47 AM You are genius dude!! CD dependency to give myself a completly clean Windows XP installation CD.
This page is already highly ranked in Google and must be getting more and more backlinks daily, as frustrated vista users worldwide decide ‘enough is enough!' The more detail this page http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1665226/loading-hard-drive-drivers-installing-windows.html What can you suggest to do? Setup Did Not Find Any Hard Disk Drives Installed In Your Computer Burkhart It should be noted that Service Pack 3 for Windows XP is now available (finally!) -- in case it wasn't obvious from Grateway's comment. Windows Xp Install Can't Find Hard Drive Good Luck Helpful +1 Report john Mar 25, 2010 at 05:27 PM This is the only help I have found so far: http://www.howtogeek.com/...
SOLUTION First, retrieve the RAID or AHCI drivers from the Acer website: Visit the Drivers and Manuals section of the Acer support website. news Thank you very much! Note that it doesn't really matter which of the *.inf files you choose, because it will select all files in the folder anyway. What can I do next? Setup Did Not Find Any Hard Disk Drives Installed In Your Computer Server 2003
If you've got other ideas, leave them in the comments and I'll add them to this list. Sometimes BIOSes have shortage of low memory address space for all installed cards and onboard controllers, so if it doesn't work maybe you need to disable something else in your BIOS Thank you in advance. have a peek at these guys Wait for process completion.
Many many thanks in advance, David October 30, 2007 salah eldin Where did you get those drivers in your example pic???? Setup Did Not Find Any Hard Disk Drives Windows 7 Windows installation won't install the drivers from an optical drive. (you don't have to worry on Windows Vista or 7 you can use usb drive). *RAID controller- If your mother doesn't In most cases it should be defaulted to A: and you should not need to change the selection.
GameDoctorPC 20.740 visualizaciones 1:17 Windows XP Epic Fail! December 18, 2007 Robin People, Just disable SATA in BIOS (ENTER SETUP WHEN STARTING COMPUTER) Wayyy easier. You can do a "Search" through Windows Explorer on your CD to try and find the location of the program. Windows Xp With Sata Drivers Iso From this point you can move to the second portion of our guide that will walk you through how to use your SATA drivers disk during the Windows installation process.
Then you can install that driver using the F6 key during the initial stages of the Win XP Install. You will get to this website. "http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=2101&OSFullName=Windows+Server*+2003+Standard+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=94&submit=Go%21" 8. Idioma: Español Ubicación del contenido: España Modo restringido: No Historial Ayuda Cargando... http://agileweb.org/windows-xp/how-to-reinstall-xp-and-keep-an-app.php The detailed explanations and the screenies made this tutorial extremely pleasant and straightforward.
Make sure it feels like it is a snug fit to avoid the chance of the cable falling out if the system is bumped or moved. Cargando... Please make sure you've attached your harddisk(s) to the same controller you are installing drivers for. I was hoping that it would be as simple as using Computer Manager to install new drivers (ie the SATA ones) under the hard drive setting ?
As mentioned above you should already have loaded your floppy disk into the system. Hit the next button until you come to this screen, where you can select what options you want. I've tried VistaBootPRO and EasyBCD but I saw nothing about disabling SATA. The trick is to find the right drivers, go to this site for info on nLite a tool for slipstreaming.
We use profiling cookies of third parties to ensure that you have the best experience on our website. Select the search option from the menu and it will open a new window that says "Search Results" in the top left hand corner. February 9, 2008 Lakeside i have a hp 530 notebook with Windows Vista Basic and i have been trying to load Windows Xp on it but it keeps telling me cannot January 27, 2008 dodolom Can anyone help me what do they mean by the "extracted drivers" Thanks in advance, January 27, 2008 Sonda Hi, I just burned a disc following the
I downloaded and ran the executable, which extracted a file called f6flpy32.exe into a temporary directory. i downloaded the drivers from from realtek site too, but none is seem to be working. Cerrar Más información View this message in English Estás viendo YouTube en Español (España). Get the answer SomeJoe7777Jul 26, 2008, 4:22 AM Your ICH controller was/is probably in IDE mode when you installed Windows XP.
If you don't know which exact one it is, you can either use Device Manager in Vista to find the exact model, or you can just select all of them. Check any final options you need to have configured. I still can't install my OS over my new SATA drive. Anyone who has Vista and wants to install XP would be well advised to check very carefully what their hardware is (using Device Mangager or a freeware system doctor app) and
And what I have read is that there have to be thousands and thousands of people with computers who want to run XP, who have installed new hard drives, or reformatted G January 29, 2008 Nick Another way (at least with Lenovo laptops) is to go into the Bios and enable SATA Computability mode. As long as your triple monitor color calibration settings are completely handled by the software I do not foresee a problem swapping the base hardware. I don't know if I am doing things correctly or is there something that is missing.
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