you helped me really out Thanks Keep Going! Cheers October 25, 2007 Marco Great fix…thanks!! Gateway users: If you need any more clarification, post them here. Helpful +0 Report Dlark Jul 26, 2010 at 12:57 PM thank u thank u thank u thank u!!! http://cgmguide.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-not-recognizing-sata-hard-drive.php
so I orderd a new WD Scorpio 160gb drive. While I was in the middle of the nLite program I decided to keep looking and found this page. I'm really frustrated! 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Is your CDROM listed as the first boot device? I was using the latest beta version of nlite, so that may have something to do with it.
Helpful +0 Report Rahat Jun 15, 2009 at 10:50 AM I did the same thing as suggested above xpcman however it still did not work. I left the floppy in the drive & resarted the computer & the screen came up to install these additional drivers. share|improve this answer edited Sep 13 '12 at 18:04 answered Sep 11 '12 at 8:16 aliasgar 3,3711525 1 Just a brief note: These jumper settings can differ per manufacturer. –Hennes Only negative thing is the xp drivers r tough to find.
You are freakin Genious!!! Really helpful, Many thanks. Unplug the "broken HDD" and boot your computer with a new HDD. Windows Xp Install Not Detecting Hard Drive Before you install XP, you must first configure a setting in BIOS else the XP CD will not detect your hardisk.
Thank you very much! Windows Xp Not Recognizing External Hard Drive I really had a hard time installing OS before i came across ure tips. J" blinking curser. Creating a Custom XP Install We'll use a software called nLite to create a new XP install cd, so you'll first need to download and install it.
With diskmgmt.msc from Run you have to set your old system drive as active. Sata Hard Drive Not Detected In Bios Or Setup It should go without saying that this is an advanced topic, so proceed with caution. but if you mess up?1: IDE /or Sata port, it will not boot2: or the internet driver , you cant get new drivers or updates, so you need 2 working computers, Great!
Not the answer you're looking for? All you have to worry about is drivers. Xp Doesn't Recognize Hard Drive The SATA cable connectors did not have the latches and apparently were not making a good connection, most likely to the motherboard header. Sata Hard Disk Drivers For Windows Xp Download Not saying that your guide its useless, just giving you guys more options, this one saves you like 10x the time.
My computer doesn't have an option to disable the SATA in the Bios, but instead the options were eaither SATA or COMPATIBILITY. click site Crystal, simple and 100% working instructions. then what should i do.. tried booting from and installing from an external hard drive in an enclosure connected via USB and it was a no go Windows won't run setup from external. Sata Driver For Windows Xp
ChuckB_38 June 17, 2009 5:46:08 PM In your Bios check heading 'Main' it contains time, date, memory, etc. If you have not already done so, locate and double-click the D00455-001-001.exe file that you downloaded from the Internet and execute the file. My two IDE hard drives (the "new" Western Digital 80Gb with XP on it and a Western Digital 250Gb with no OS) are now on one channel. http://cgmguide.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-doesn-t-installed-in-my-sata-hard-disk.php Consumers should not be forced fed with it.
and sorry for being such a n00b.. Windows Xp Does Not Recognize Hard Drive The weird thing is I was using a multitask dos boot utility's cd it also shows all the info regarding the hard drive make model and size. Report wac- Jul 28, 2010 at 10:06 PM Thanks, been playing with this all day, I'm happy and my baby girl will soon be happy Report ee- Aug 4, 2010 at
a new hard drive has no data on it - a hard drive that has had it's operating system deleted will not be bootable- if it does have an operating system You can try and use WinRar to extract the file. rcleavittApr 17, 2010, 2:38 AM I had a similar situation awhile back!BIOS sees it; Windows doesn't!Hours and hours of frustration finally led me to Tweakui where I discovered that the two Setup Did Not Find Any Hard Disk Drives Installed In Your Computer December 15, 2007 Sonia Thomas Hi, My laptop recently fell down and the hard drive got damaged and i had to replace it.
it with microsoft.3) is it safe to pick and choose drivers to update? I have a Fujitsu that caught a bug. I installed the drive, I put in the Windows XP pro cd it reads the cd and displyas "hit any key to start from cd" I goes through the " Setup More about the author However XP setup still cannot go further.
Files extract to the CCabs\D00455-001-001 folder on your hard drive.2. The Windows XP installation process breifly indicates that, in order to install "third party" or "Raid" drivers, function key "F6" must be immediately pressed and, I understand, that it will only Maybe? so know.In a worse case sitution (IBM stink pads) it can be near impossible ,sans IBM disks.but on a gateway , you , must learn what it needs)what are the chip
Are you sure the SATA drivers are on this floppy? February 13, 2008 shasha oh my gosh i cant believe i finally did it!!! February 5, 2008 Amit Works perfectly fine for me, Gateway - M-6750. For example, during the POST, can you press something like F8 to access a boot-device list to choose what to boot from?
Are you familiar with Ubuntu at all? November 26, 2007 Richard Great walk through. or ? December 1, 2007 Town Thank you so much for this wonderful site to help a newbie like me to install XP on my laptop with Vista pre-installed.
Report abdul- Apr 9, 2010 at 03:55 AM thanx very much...its work yar Report NiceMove- Apr 11, 2010 at 03:10 PM It sure works! plz plz help February 24, 2008 Luftetar Thank's a lot mate. I also checked the bios options to disable support for SATA but there was no such option available. October 16, 2007 Andrew Nice one!
The process that I have found seems to require that the driver/installation software be downloaded and saved to a 3-1/2' floppy disk which, in turn, is then used to install the December 17, 2007 sonia i posted a query earlier..but its ok..i followed whatever this site said..and voila! It was set up and running well for years with 1 SATA drive as a boot drive, another SATA drive to store TV recordings, and an IDE drive to store more I love u all..
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