And it ran fine. It’s always funny until someone loses an Operating System! It warned me about gb possibly being the max or something but at that point i just didn’t know and did it. Yet to some people I still know nothing The only thing I could think of doing is upgrading the mobo bios.
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I didn’t make any partitions and just formatted the whole gb. The only thing I could think of doing is upgrading the mobo bios.
Yet to some ingel I still know nothing Disable the onboard if you want and install the drivers for the PCI card Intec’s site shows a lot of upgrades since my version, but i’m just a trial and error idiot, intep i’m guessing that’d be a mistake. Why would my motherboard see the drive but not Windows?
Once the OS has written to the hdd, you no longer have to reply to the prompt to boot from the optical drive.
Well, first before trying Karlsweldt’s idea, I should have mentioned that this was the driver i tried: I have been repairing computers since The BIOS may recognize the hdd stats and present them, but may not understand them.
And I did try to format the drive with the Windows cd, but not in that exact way. When the OS has pre-loaded into memory and requests a setup specification, choose a Gb partition size for the primary partition. I have been programming on computers since the ZX The Mother Board Motherboards.
Intel D845PEBT2, Socket 478 (BOXD845PEBT2) Motherboard
I am an apprentice trained Electronics Engineer with qualifications to back it up. It’s always funny until someone loses an Operating System!
The disk may be there but not activated yet. And it ran fine.
You can reset the boot order after the OS has finally run “on its own” for the first time. The primary is an ATA drive. Afer a while, I finally got my mobo to recognize the hard drive in the bios. Format all partitions at this time, so you do not have to do so later. It was a Seagate.
Driver installation wasn’t on the cd menu and the floppy with the drivers would just d485pebt2 that the disc wasn’t formatted when i accessed it.
It isn’t located anywhere in Windowsas far as i know. It warned me about gb possibly being the max or something but at that point i just didn’t know and did it.
Loading The Sata Raid Or Sata Driver – Intel DPEBT2 Product Manual [Page 45]
So i downloaded them from somewhere, installed them and now the only place on my system where the hard drive is recognized is in the bios under ‘bootable devices’.
Use the “C” partition to install your OS. Free tech support, motherboard ID, and more. Don’t be concerned if the useful space for the setup is less than the total capacity. Create an extended partiton of the size that is adequate, or divide the drive into three equal partitions. Board index All times are UTC.
Allow other boot paths to be chosen. Anyway, thanks for helping if you could. You should have to do this only once.
Also, i don’t know exactly where the driver would be in the device manager, but i searched and didn’t recognize it there.