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Insert floppy into A:\ & press Enter8. Get on with life...Can anyone please advise if they forsee any problems doing it this way. no operating system installed:1 SATA drive only (mirror broken)1 SATA drive striped arrayBoth SATA drives (mirror functional)The same with IDE1 HDD connected and starting Windows Setup from within XP Home...The only I have learned quite a lesson here about making things too complex, when I should just copy the files to the floppy just how they're downloaded. http://fullflash.net/unexpected-error/unexpected-error-line-962.html
Pressed F6 when requested4. Never tried RAID since I didn't see the point with only one harddrive. but always failed ahcix64.sys Could not found .. The drive is connected to SATA 1.
disconnecting ide drive untill xp pro is installed is best. Where do I get these drivers? I had mine in a CD case but there were a couple of slight marks maybe from putting in and out of the case?
Last edited: Nov 29, 2008 Tipstaff, Nov 29, 2008 #9 TheAscension New Member Joined: May 12, 2005 Messages: 94 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Tipstaff said: ↑ Just remember that Forum Help Center Technical Support Feedback & Suggestions Powered by vBulletin Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Normally this is the case, but I've run across situations where AHCI just refused to work under XP, and almost always this was due to the driver. I've read in other places that at least SB600 have problems running AHCI.
Shouldn't they be with my motherboard CD? George Jim B..... Log in or Sign up Hardware Heaven Forums Home Forums > Hardware and Related Topics > Hardware Discussion & Support > SATA driver problem (XP pre-install) Discussion in 'Hardware Discussion & http://www.hardwareheaven.com/community/threads/sata-driver-problem-xp-pre-install.173741/ In order for me to install XP with the sata drivers, I had to update the bios right out of the box in order for it to pick up the sata
After bootup erase Win XP Home partition9. Press Enter to continue11. Here are the AMD SATA driver files I'm using: ahcix86 ahcix86.cat ahcix86.inf ahcix86.sys txtsetup.oem Here are the SIL SATA driver files I tested with that worked fine from floppy: si3112r.cat si3112r.inf Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
Click here to become a Hardware Analysis registered user. http://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=915 I did a RAID 0 config with IDE driver for 5 years but I was worried the whole time about a drive failing. On the CD there is a DRIVER folder and it contains a few sub folders. Select Promise Fastrak 376 Win XP driver9.
AHCI just didn't work, it crashed like it does for you. check over here jandarsun8, Nov 25, 2008 #2 TheAscension New Member Joined: May 12, 2005 Messages: 94 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 I will, thank you for the suggestion. With RAID you either can't do this, or you have to rebuild the array to get access to it, however RAID has the exact same features that AHCI provide, such as I was under the impression that the drivers should work for both settings (AHCI and RAID) as there are no "AHCI" drivers that I've found but rather "RAID" drivers available.
Try different things and get different errors. 1. Please enter your email address below and click Subscribe. Copyright © 2000-2016 Hardware Analysis Toggle navigation Where to Buy Facebook Youbube MSI VR PRODUCTS One is Promise>378ATA. his comment is here Use Files & Settings Transfer Wizard to repopulate the OS with my stuff (previously exported to a safe place).11.
Tipstaff said: ↑ Normally this is the case, but I've run across situations where AHCI just refused to work under XP, and almost always this was due to the driver. Jim B..... I want to install windows xp sp3 32bit on a laptop acer 4535 using AHCI ..
I've read in other places that at least SB600 have problems running AHCI.Click to expand...
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- The other concern is that it might be that driver itself may not work properly in one mode, but it will for another.
- I also tried to slipstream the drivers into the install with nLite and I get a different error message with that: "ahcix64.sys drivers are corrupt" I've tried three different sets of
- System ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe Seagate Barracuda 120mb SATA P4 3.0 gHz 1024mb Corsair memory I hope someone can help me.
- I try F6 and I have the drivers on a floppy but get another error "file \WINXP\ULSATA.SYS caused an unexpected error (18) at line 2108 D:\XPCLIENT\BASE\BOOT\SETUP\OEMDISK.C.
- That way you can remove the AHCIX64 file, and the X64 folder completely.
- Continue WinXP install as normal onto the RAID drive6.
- So, I can set the 5th to run as IDE and the other 4 to run under AHCI.
The problem is that I didn't structure the floppy as suggested above. I have a utilty on the MB CD to make a floppy disk driver file to use on F6. This is the exact procedure I've followed:1. Yeah, I've done an XP install with Vista before where I had a SATA drive set to IDE in the BIOS.
This is, btw, usually a driver related issue, most likely due to whomever that wrote the driver just decided not to write support for a particular mode under XP. Created floppy disk and pressed F6 when prompted. I have tried loading XP from a floppy set I downloaded, just in case my CD had been damaged but that didn't work either. weblink Apr 11, 2004, 08:49pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Problems installing XP with SATA driveSata1 is for the Application Accelerator
I know this works, but I want the XP install to run on SATA not IDE. something I hadn't got in my gameplan.Quotemy pref would be to install xp pro and use ghost to make a copied partition to second drive am I right in thinking Partitionmagic You'd get the benefits of what AHCI has, but the idea is that you have the ability to do RAID, or rather switch to RAID without the need to reinstall the but after I tried again, still error appears again ahcix64.sys Could not found What should I do?
I would do RAID but I just get to nervous doing a RAID 0 config. This is, btw, usually a driver related issue, most likely due to whomever that wrote the driver just decided not to write support for a particular mode under XP.Click to expand... With RAID you either can't do this, or you have to rebuild the array to get access to it, however RAID has the exact same features that AHCI provide, such as Never tried RAID since I didn't see the point with only one harddrive.
The only way I can start the XP install process is if I use an IDE CD-ROM drive. Maybe it's a similar problem with SB700.