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Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? My virtual floppy driver won't work - it requires Windows! I have several computers in my home. So when I finally burned the ISO (created by nLite) and booted it, the XP installation still said it couldnt find a disc. http://newsgrouphosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-pro-ignores-my-2-sata-drives.php

I think it's only Raid or if you are using a PCI card as SATA controller you need to use F6. comment:11 Changed 8 years ago by aloishammer Also still an issue with the new AHCI 8.7 drivers. But the nLite installer will tell you if you need it, and even ask if you want to get it and install it before it continues. If you have your SATA TEXT drivers available in some other format, then you can skip the part about using a virtual floppy drive. more info here

Or was nLite suppposed to do that for us? Privacy Policy Support Terms of Use Open Sourcery Technology, Open Source and Identity Search HomeAbout the Author Bookmark the permalink. Join the community here.

The Windows 8 driver can be found at the VIA Driver Download Portal. *Note: The VIA VX11 Media System Processor also supports SDIO3.0 for SD, SD High Capacity (SDHC), SD Extended Capacity RAID RAID support for the VIA VT8237S, CX700/VX700, VX800 chipsets and VIA Vectro VT6420, VT6421, VT6421A Serial RAID controllers is included in Windows 7. I'm running the SATA drivers on several XP VMs without any issues. VIA VT8237S RAID Controller Drivers Download.

comment:10 Changed 8 years ago by mooninite This is still an issue with 2.1.0. now, finally, i've made a new modded disk and i can get my computer back. In Device Manager the drive is recognized as the F: drive and concurrently by the Administrative Tools in the control panel. To reiterate.

I'm using AHCI for the harddisk of my Windows XP virtual machine since a while no. This page contains a list of different drivers for the selected device. popo says: October 10, 2008 at 8:55 am THANKS!!!,UR tutor was damm cool,i used Nlite and cant believe how coll the stuff is.I appreciat :man! The truth is, that I hate Vista and I can't wait to get back to using XP on my two desctops, and now, my new laptop.

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  5. Will post ASAP. 0 Message Author Comment by:purplesnake666 ID: 142166952005-06-14 Ok, finally i have been able to get some time @ home.
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If you choose carefully, you can create an installation image that will run by itself with no prompting. It is not necessary to download an extra driver. I hope this one is different - better, that is. The stable operation of the device in your computer and the work of your operating system depend on your correct choice.

HDD passes all diagnostics from dell driver/utility disc. this contact form It went MIA as did my mobo company, SOYO. Sometimes I get bsod right after installing the drivers (without even rebooting, while I'm still in the IDE mode). I am not sure, why Oracle is not fixing this issue.

This always amazes me, since my first computer had a whopping 40 MB hard drive - I thought I'd died and gone to computer heaven at the time. A: For VIA EPIA and VB motherboards, please select your board from the main menu or for legacy products from the EOL section to check the board specifications. so we can only wait for oracle to fix this? http://newsgrouphosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-pro-sp2-error-with-sata-raid-drives.php I don't think you need the drivers when installing XP.

If your model does not appear in the main menu please look in the EOL section of the website. So when the initial screen appears, hit the Pause button and carefully scan the screen for information about your SATA controller. I thought i was using nlite to make bootable XP cd( I have XP installation cd )for vista notebook with SATA drive, but it seems like nlite just copies files from

Installing Windows - Almost The drive came in the mail yesterday, and I happened to be working at home.

I wish there were a way to test if the .ifo SATA support file I downloaded has been integrated. You can't do it on the machine that's sitting on your living room floor in pieces, right? 🙂 Check here for promise sata378 controller drivers - ASUS bought out promise a Author Write something about yourself. Disconnect the existing IDE drive (C:) You should now be able to boot from the SATA drive.

Thanks for the post! 😀 Lavkesh says: March 9, 2008 at 5:48 pm Hey, I tried all the steps you have mentioned except the virtual floppy drive thing. It is not necessary to download extra drivers. *Note: VIA has released a non-logo Windows 7 VIA StorX-RAID driver for the VIA VX900 Media System Processor to support RAID0/1/0+1/5/JBOD array under Windows 7, which I met the same problem(blue screen in the GUI mode phase during the installation) with the VirtualBox. http://newsgrouphosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-and-sata-raid-driver-not-loading-and-not-working.php Miguel says: December 20, 2008 at 3:32 pm John, thanks so much for your tutorial.

If attached a SATA device to it, the entire VM will be incredibly slow. Col. 0 Ransomware-A Revenue Bonanza for Service Providers Promoted by Acronis Ransomware – malware that gets on your customers’ computers, encrypts their data, and extorts a hefty ransom for the decryption The problem I have is that I'm not absolutely 100% sure which SATA(SCSI) driver I should be using at installation time. Anyway, I removed my ide drive, plugged in the SATA and booted..... "NTLOADER NOT FOUND" This is good as it means that the drive can be seen by the bios and/or

Read it again. Which CPUs can I use? After a little research on Microsoft's support site, I found I had to reinstall from scratch just to get C: reassigned to the hard drive. MSI PM8M-V.

Are you sure the SATA HD drivers you are installing are not raid drivers?. Anyone have any clue to what the heck I need or where to get it? Restore the image to the new SATA partition 4.. Solutions Transportation BLISS PlatformTrain Wi-Fi Service SystemAirTalk™ Wireless Connectivity SuiteFleet Management & SurveillanceMobile360 Surround View System Back Digital Signage ALTA Portal SystemAndroid-BasedWindows-BasedISV ProgramMobile360 HMI Display Panel Starter KitMobile360 HMI Touch Panel

Check out our E-book LVL 91 Overall: Level 91 Storage 28 Message Active today Expert Comment by:nobus ID: 141483132005-06-05 delete it from device manager, or delete it in the drivers driver.On X86 OS 2K/XP /Serv2003, support hot upon MS IDE default driver for VIA SATA IDE is nor VIA Vt8237 Vista compatible driver available.I driver per VIA VT8237. Thanks a lot man! I'll provide more information if needed.

VIA chipset and graphics drivers released for use with these operating systems are available from our VIA Driver Downloads Portal; however, VIA no longer supports these driver packages. We would also be happy to hear any ideas you have on how to improve our website. Unfortunately, this actually leads to the VM becoming totally unresponsive around the 35 minute mark in the XP GUI-mode setup. If it works, then there's a chance IRQ problems are to blame.

So I thought I'd use SATA now.