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Solved: Trying To Install Xp On Vista Dell XPS630 - F6 SATA Issues!
Why would you need a floppy drive to install when the entire world has stopped using floppies. Internal hard disks and any other mass storage devices should be removed or disabled during setup process. I'm surprised there isn't an option in the BIOS to set the drives or controller to ATA mode instead of AHCI or Raid. I love debugging this way. :) –claws Nov 21 '10 at 14:48 +1 for the link –claws Nov 21 '10 at 14:49 1 Seeing the additions to your his comment is here
I tried locating the SATA 'autodetect' feature in the BIOS, and my BIOS doesnt offer that capability of turning it off or on, just autodetects the drive's hard drive space (500GB). Use this option to add boot-critical drivers, such as USB 3.0, AHCI/SATA/RAID etc. Seems the XP install disk has drivers for IDE (of course!) and maybe plain SATA, but knows nothing about AHCI. Well to no avail, I cant even get a response when I hit F6 when it prompts me "If you want to install a third party Raid...." The keyboard works fine,
Reply Anonymous says: December 29, 2013 at 22:50 This is a Lenovo. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Custom folder and menu name for 2000/XP/2003 Setup - use if you want to set custom names for the sub-directory and boot menu names for 2000/XP/2003 sources.
What is the HardwareID of the mass storage controller? Used to be you couldn't even change the slots the cards are in; if they found out they were different they'd tell you to put them back and call again. They discovered the problem and a new motherboard was made. Thing is, every other XP setup I have tried on this machine works fine, only difference is MCE 2005 is SP2 while all the others I've tried were SP3.
I tried deleting the /disk1 with no avail. If Dell doesn't have an XP 64 bit driver, the controller manufacturer might. I'm writing this by logging into ultimate boot cd. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/software-os/f/3524/t/19066507 Which, maybe, implies that two pieces of hardware are using the same identifiers? –Arjan Nov 21 '10 at 14:42 @Arjan: Interesting!
Best bet is to check in Device Manager when booted to Vista, and see what it shows for the Controller. Browse other questions tagged windows windows-xp installation bsod or ask your own question. and I said I'd call Austin if I didn't get satisfaction. Thanks for the ideas though man, definitely giving me new and fresh ideas.
Want better, go on-line to a build to order site or do it yourself. So I wanted it to be very compatible. Firefox browser download www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/firefox.html Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top GKI610 Posts: 567 This post has been reported. Get the answer mrbbqJul 3, 2007, 7:17 AM I know a way to solve this problem quite easily.
What do the advanced options do? this content How many posts do you see here with people just saying 'this did not work' basically without even telling you the h/w or program specifics, much less what they tried and I just installed Vista instead... Am.
Drivers for non-present devices are ignored. homeitsupportMar 2, 2010, 6:39 AM Great job! It would be helpful if you could write down all the non-generic text (or heck, all the text) from the STOP error screen, instead of just the STOP line. –Robert Kerr http://realink.org/solved-trying/solved-trying-to-downgrade-from-vista-to-xp-no-luck.html If the numbers are different, search on those and see if anything comes up.
Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top ispalten Posts: 6259 This post has been reported. Cheers Reply itaushanov says: December 20, 2013 at 22:58 Yep, I guess on machines with so limited boot options you'd have to edit the EFI folder. The Sony had a disk drive fail, they replaced it and even did the re-install of everything.
Prepare Windows 2000/XP/2003 to be installed on USB - prepares the transferred source so it can be installed to USB disk.
Solved: Trying to Install Xp on Vista Dell XPS630 - F6 SATA Issues! Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? How to edit boot menu names? I also have a vista Home premium 64bit cd as well so thought I would try that instead.
Install this, and you'll be online. It's a few minutes later before Windows will prompt for the floppy disk. Next day again there was power cut and again the same rebooting problem. check over here As mrbbq said, look for any SATA settings in your bios.
SomeJoe7777Jul 3, 2007, 10:45 PM Intel Matrix Storage F6 Floppy:http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProductID=2101&DwnldID=13495&strOSs=44&OSFullName=Windows*%20XP%20Professional&lang=eng(Copy and paste entire link into browser. I've been there. I Build Using Your Software And It Boot On My HP Laptop But Unfortunately It Wont Boot On Dell XPS 630i And I Dont Know Why?? Each has a different way and degree of getting back to the same initial state.
CPU it seems always requires a new planar and this is where the big bucks are. When I set to "Legacy". avinash74Jan 19, 2009, 9:49 PM HiI have been reading the replies/solution to your post and got bored reading halfway down the list. I forgot about that one due to the lack of a floppy drive at the time.
How far does it exactly go, is there an error or what's the last thing you see on the screen? This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Not only build, but tested, and the OS installed, as well as any apps you'd want. I will try this and post the results.
Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies. With HP, Sony, Dell, and others, you can spec what you want and get it built basically for not much more than you'd pay for the parts. All loaded drivers will be propagated to the OS being installed. the program allows me to have only 1 linux version (it says i can add more by just appending it in the box for the ISO file/s, but when i do
Personally, I find Dell very inflexible in some support issues. Does this happen because VISTA is installed on a SATA drive or this is standard protocol for formatting SATA drives? AnonymousJul 12, 2010, 6:58 AM this might be helpful :http://prvnkumar.blogspot.com/2010/05/setup-did-not-find-any-hard-disk-drives.html xxsk8er101xxJul 12, 2010, 8:53 AM XP doesn't have SATA support. system configuration-->SATA Native Support-->changed enabled to DISABLED drive is now recognized.
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