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look like ATA contoller to operating system), or AHCI mode (new mode which enables all features of modern hardware. Latest update on November 7, 2012 at 11:15 AM by Jeff. You may also... I hope this one is different - better, that is. his comment is here

I have been strugging a lot with this issue... So I cannot find a driver for my SATA controller. Click "Finish" to exit wizard. 5. If your vendor provides self-extracting archive in the form of EXE file only, which requires actual floppy disk drive to be present, and you have none, then you can work around http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/installing-windows-xp-home-sata-ii-disk-249777/

If you still have the manuals, you can refer to it in order to identify the make and model of the motherboard. Otherwise the computer wont see the drive when trying to install XP in some cases. But you shouldn't find any more protected settings now. I went to Acer's website and found the drivers for XP but I don't which is the SATA driver.

Alternately...you can simply remove the case cover and take a look to see what the motherboard manufacturer and model is. cuethemix 104.909 visualizaciones 4:58 [TUTORIAL] Instalar XP en disco SATA + Todas actualizaciones oficiales *sin validar - DuraciĆ³n: 4:37. On the Motherboard SATA1 Port is for the primary device, SATA2 port is for the secondary device etc.SATA controller driverYour Motherboard or SATA controller card requires a driver to work properly. I don't think you read my question correctly.

Windows provides special mechanism for that purpose: loading drivers during Windows Setup, when Windows Setup had not yet loaded Windows Kernel, and operating in Text Mode. I Mean If I Had My Goddam Choice, I'd Just Be The Catcher In The Rye And All Back to top #6 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 51,993 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male It is an XP machine. my company Then wait for completion and click "Next": 13) This is a last page.

Register now Not a member yet? But now I was trying to reinstall windows vista which unfortunately didn't happened and when I tried to install windows xp, I got the same message as jb did: Setup did Thank you so much for your help and intense work on the sata issue. Regards Chris John Calcote says: February 19, 2010 at 4:42 pm Thanks for the comments Chris.

There's nothing on the drive to corrupt when doing a clean install. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/trouble-installing-xp-on-sata-ii-hard-drive.131604/ How to install Windows XP from customized ISO file with F6 AHCI/RAID drivers if I don't have DVD drive? 6. Then the answer hit me, and I fixed my problem!The windows installer seems to assign drive letters in the boot order of the drives within the BIOS. My original XP is an upgrade.

I guess I don't understand why you didn't ask for that info...when you were asking questions of those who put the system together. http://enterprisesoftwaresummit.com/installing-xp/installing-xp-on-md-96630.html And BIOS by default provides access to HDD and FDD (floppy disks). Also, I wouldn't even know where on the motherboard the model would be written, but I guess it would be obvious once I see it?Sorry for troubling you with a lack I Thought What I'd Do Was I'd Pretend I Was One Of Those Deaf-Mutes, Or Should I?You Know What I'd Like To Be?

So, all you need is just to add (intergrate) your particular driver to the long list of "default" drivers. 4. tom says: July 20, 2012 at 6:55 am dell 530s xp sp2 HE, on a new wd HDD., burned disc and loaded fine. Cool. weblink Last Hitachi one was apparently faulty (which it only told me some way into Windows setup šŸ˜¦ I have just bought an ExcelStor Jupiter Sata II but when I detach the

Turns out it installed perfectly fine, which I was NOT expecting! Link to the original topic:http://tinyurl.com/4tctx82If you do not want to use floppy disk drive, check the below link to find out how to slipstream SATA driver into Windows XP boot cd Jul 22, 2009 #3 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +235 That's right captaincranky, my computer's bios is set SATA controller to IDE and I have 4 SATA devices. 2 hard

What's F6 floppy drivers for Windows XP installation?How do they differ from normal Windows drivers? 3.

Read it again. Contents 1. Brnk says: March 14, 2013 at 9:05 am Finally somebody clearly described difference between text mode and PNP! So I'll list the information (not all that informative really...) that the shops website has detailed, and Hopefully someone can tell me if i need to slipstream drivers into my Windows

Smooth as you could ask for :-)Nice machine too... Restore the image to the new SATA partition 4.. To do this, it is essential to know the exact model of motherboard. check over here Check out the make/model of motherboard Above all, it is necessary to get the latest stable Serial ATA drivers for your motherboard.

Continue installing... Hardik says: August 11, 2009 at 7:06 am Hey John, Thanks for all your help. I changed the SATA in the BIOS to IDE as people have suggested all over the interweb, and it works ok that way. DanForHpCommunity SuscribirseSuscritoCancelar2626 Cargando...

So therefore I will not be using windows anymore.