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TigerDirect 389,928 views 5:57 Windows XP Epic Fail! Reply Rob 7 years ago i've been searching all days in the net for good tutorial and i've found this.. I've done that too, because many PC's can't be booted up from a Flash Drive. I have several Flash Drives set up with programs that I used to use from a Floppy Disk. this content

Although you can use an external USB floppy drive, it would be a waste to buy one just to use it for installing Windows XP. This trick was very easy and helpful to me Many thanks Reply steven 5 years ago Thank you so much for this great info. Reply Siegfried 9 years ago I spent two days and 3 CD that ended being a coaster. Must be the bios/firmware on my board ...

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cheers, Paul Reply With Quote 2013-05-09,00:02 #10 nzo View Profile View Forum Posts Lounger Join Date Dec 2009 Location New Zealand Posts 38 Thanks 1 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts I integrated the SATA driver with help of your tutorial, voila, worked at the second try, the first try i forgot to REMOVE the floppy disk. A minimum of 1GB available hard disk space for CD's. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable.

Drivers (Part 2) Note: This section is required. 1.) Download Drivers. (iastor-sata-i386-2.zip ~331KB). 2.) Extract the file from iastor-sata-i386-2.zip into the folder C:\OS\ROOT\i386. A4: The Power Management (ACPI) should be enabled in BIOS setup. Now, I forgot, was the original question about RAID drivers or just SATA?Edit: External SATA ... Download Windows Xp Sp3 Sata Ahci Loading...

That worked just fine. Creating the Bootable CD/DVD/ISO Select one of the following options to continue. - View Creating Bootable Disc using Nero 6.6 (TTID #346) - View Creating Bootable Disc using Nero 6.0 (TTID Reply Dharam 9 years ago Thanks Raymond, this is one of the best and rare tutorial I found. https://www.raymond.cc/blog/how-to-integrate-floppy-sata-raid-driver-into-windows-xp-cd/ i need to do a windows repair and to do so i need to install these external sata drivers for my hard drives.

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 Windows Xp Sata Drivers Download One "workaround" is to go into the BIOS and change the mode from SATA (or AHCI) to IDE, that is, IF your BIOS has that option. Viet Pham Quang 38,377 views 6:30 Install & Run Windows 10/8/7/XP on Any Android Phone- NO ROOT 2017 BEST Trick - Duration: 6:55. aowen512Jul 11, 2005, 12:23 PM when i first installed windows and what not i had a floppy drive installed.

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Reply With Quote 2013-05-09,08:49 #11 DrWho View Profile View Forum Posts Bronze Lounger Join Date Dec 2009 Location Central Florida Posts 1,510 Thanks 30 Thanked 206 Times in 164 Posts Going Backup your newly created ISOs. F6 Floppy Drivers make your offer. jihiggsJul 13, 2005, 8:14 AM i assume you are talking about after you got windows up and running, you installed the drivers from a flash drive. Windows Xp Sata Drivers Usb If you have SATA disk attached to disk controller in AHCI mode, you need special driver from motherboard vendor in order to make it work in Windows XP.

Rating is available when the video has been rented. news retronuggetdev 157,916 views 1:30 Integrate SataRaid Drivers with Windows XP CD - Duration: 5:10. good luck with that though.go tell your alien brothers, that ronnie cordova says they're gay!!! sock baby Jake_BarnesJul 13, 2005, 1:08 AM I just reinstalled windows and Because floppy does not exist, HDD is uninitialized, and everything else is just unavailable in Text-Mode Setup under BIOS, the only way to go is to add AHCI/RAID drivers to Windows Add Sata Driver To Bootable Usb Flash Drive

Working... Mar 15, 2005 Cannot find any hard disk drives during windows xp install. It doesn't need to be bootable, it just needs to hold the SATA driver files so they can be retrieved when F6 goes looking for them. have a peek at these guys Home Newsletter Archives Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?

Dharam Reply Eric 9 years ago You are freaking awesome!!!! F6 Driver Install Windows 7 At Task Selection, click Drivers and Bootable ISO. unless you are lucky enough to have a raid controler that is recognised as native or whatever to your bios and bootable you NEED a floppy drive durring windows install to

Rufus - create bootable USB devices from ISO images, or direct.

  • Once the integration has completed, click Next to be taken to the ISO creation and burning screen.
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I am absolutely amazed at the nlite software. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's Wasted hours to try with a floppy disk, driver would load with F6 in setup, but wouldnt after the XP setup started to copy the files to the hard drive. Sata Driver For Windows Xp Good Luck!

It worked flawlessly and I was able to integrate the SATA raid drivers into the xp install CD. I don't have a floppy (A) drive for the motherboard/ notebook sata drivers - how can I get XP to look elsewhere? Reply Carlos 8 years ago I just want to say thanks, your tutorial help me out with the headache i had. check my blog Backup!

Everything else is inaccessible under BIOS. 3. Once windows installation has completed you can install the sata/raid drivers then switch back to ahci if you wish. It works fine Thanks for your support Reply Rev 8 years ago Wow, perfect tutorial. 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

Troubleshooting If you have problems integrating SATA/AHCI drivers into Windows XP, read this section. make your offer. Jake_BarnesJul 14, 2005, 10:11 AM I thought that was what I was saying ... For example, if you need to install Windows XP (because it's an old hardware uncapable of running something better), and you need to install operating system to the SATA HDD in The above FAQ links open in a new window -- WIN -- Default Mobile Style Contact Us WindowsSecrets Web Hosting Top All times are GMT -5.

I have never done this before and it was really pretty easy and your instructions were excellent. 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 I put a lot of time into getting these to work properly. the only option is to slip stream the drivers onto the install disc and have windows load them when setup initialises.

Reason: clarity Create a fresh drive image before making system changes, in case you need to start over! "The problem is not the problem. you are the genius! Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Should be C:\OS\ROOT\i386\TXTSETUP.SIF Paste the following into to [SourceDisksFiles] section: iastor.cat = 1,,,,,,,1,0,0 iastor.inf = 1,,,,,,,1,0,0 iastor.sys = 1,,,,,,4_,4,1,,,1,4 iastor.sys = 1,,,,,,,1,0,0 iaahci.cat = 1,,,,,,,1,0,0 iaahci.inf = 1,,,,,,,1,0,0 Paste the following

I always have one even if I need it only for my RAID installation. What's why these drivers are officially called "Text-Mode Drivers", but people usually search for them in Google as "F6 Floppy Drivers", so I prefer to call them that way. Back to Reply Bhalchandra 2 years ago cool Reply pete 4 years ago Dude-you are genius!!! A: Yes, you need to enable AHCI mode for your SATA controller, or optionally enable RAID features.