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I run XP Pro at the office with "F" as the network drive. MUCH THANKS February 18, 2008 Brett Palmer Bud I really need to buy you a drink. madan February 23, 2008 Michaelxln If you are experiencing this on a Dell Inspiron laptop you can eliminate the problem easily. My computer was infected with a Virus so a friend of mine reformatted my computer. http://hosting3.net/hard-drive/installation-software-from-external-hard-drive-or-internal-hard-drive.html

Cheers, Bathman March 3, 2008 Willie Has any one managed to install xp on a Gateway gm5632e? I did not Slip Stream them; but what I seem to be hearing is that even thou I have them installed, inorder to view the entire dive I need to re-install Turned out to be sooooo simple. Now I can dual boot XP 64 (Primary) and XP 32 (Secondary)! Clicking Here

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Siwi January 2, 2008 grateway For everyone who keeps saying "JUST DISABLE IT IN THE BIOS" please be aware that many machines, including my Gateway MT6223B have a super-crippled BIOS that do you have any more ideas. March 10, 2008 A-man Toshiba L40-E17 Vista pre-installed. Reply Douglas says: September 26, 2009 at 3:28 pm Oh My God!

The best solution is to go into your setup menu and format the third hard drive to correspond to the primary hard drive. Then during the install of win2003, at the stage where it says "Please enter any key to boot from CD…" I enter any key and lo behold !!. Ask ! Internal Hard Disk Not Detected September 6, 2007 John Michael- Thanks for the tip.

If this was a best practice for network managers then this sort of help would not be required by alot of users as whenever they plug in usb mass storage devices External Hard Drive Not Detected Press the F6 key on your keyboard to install a third party controller driver.7. If not, you now know what to do. ;-) February 13, 2008 Jeremy I admit, I didn't read all the above posts, but it should be known that this fix also i try to differen login it's working .

Once you proceed to the next screen, now we can finally finish the process. Windows Xp Install Not Detecting Hard Drive at first i thought vista would be a mature, faster xp with a flashier skin that could be disabled, and i was happy to try it, being a forward-thinking person and Here is how they are mentioned: "32-bit Floppy Configuration Utility for Intel® Matrix Storage Manager (293KB)" 9. Computer recognizes both drives.

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Gateway gave me this link http://support.gateway.com/support/drivers/docexpress.asp?st=pn¶m=1008652# which is different from the one I'd been working off of, but I think the downloads (and instructions) are the same just a lot more http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/resolving-setup-did-not-find-any-hard-disk-drives-during-windows-xp-installation/ Although one would expect that people attempting this would be somewhat computer savy, these instructions are meant more for the individual who can explain why Captain Picard is better than Captain Xp Doesn't Recognize Hard Drive I've read some of the mails critiquing the title of the article, and as one is not averse to critiquing mismatches between label and content, I should be more sympathetic to Windows Xp Not Recognizing External Hard Drive Your instructions were very clear and easy to follow, and it was fixed in no time.

i have the extensa 5620 so i would really like to know January 17, 2008 shaliX Great job, dude. http://hosting3.net/hard-drive/removed-an-internal-hard-drive-and-system-cant-boot.html Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Could not find any BIOS entry concerning the SATA support??? asus p5q mobo nvidia 8800 graphics card WD 750 GB hard drive. Hard Disk Not Detected In Bios

well my comp details are basically a dell 1525 with an Intel Pentium dual core.. Great! Reply ian says: December 26, 2008 at 2:19 am hi, nice step by step, but can you tell me how can i locate the slave hard drive when it is not http://hosting3.net/hard-drive/replacing-internal-hard-drive.html Reply Janna says: August 27, 2007 at 3:26 pm I have a problem!

ARGGGGHHHHH!!!! Hard Drive Not Showing Up In Bios it worked!!…thankz z million..keep up d gud wrk! You may need to assign drive letters to both partitions and then see if windows sees them.

Should i proceed with "save & exit" from then onwards???

One snag I hit was nlite didn't really burn the disc when I asked it to. I have a brand new disk drive installed without any OS. Your blog saved the day. Hard Drive Not Detected Windows 10 then what should i do..

When in doubt of data cable condition, replace it.For SATA cables, Seagate recommends using cables shorter than 39.37 inches (1 meter).  For further information, please see Document ID: 182453. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Gateway2 January 23, 2008 Lanport Hi man, im from ARGENTINA and You help me so much!!!!! more info here You will get to this website. "http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=2101&OSFullName=Windows+Server*+2003+Standard+Edition&lang=eng&strOSs=94&submit=Go%21" 8.

Thanx, (detailed) advice HUGELY appreciated! December 17, 2007 JP Thanks my friend, truly a great help! August 9, 2007 David I tried this workaround to get my USB stick to be visible in Explorer. But suprisingly after removal and re-insertion of just that drive it does not get the free drive letter, XP persists with the previously allocated letter so it remians lost for ever!

It does the same with all three settings. This happens both on the W2000 Server machine it used to be installed in, and in an XP machine. plug in two usb drives when only one drive letter is available, one stick gets "lost" = allocated the drive letter of the first network drive and is therfore not visible. I feel your pain.First off , loading windows (REAL CD) is very hard on laptops in general.ive done it vast times.

One hour later, after using this fix, I am up and running. While there, Select the Operating System - I selected "Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition" 7a. Reply Josh Fink says: September 1, 2008 at 11:48 pm great article, it helps to send something to my dad while i'm at college so that i don't have to explain Does salesforce org update automatically?

I am ready to toss it!!! I downloaded the required HDD SATA drive from HP and managed to insert it into the XP image and it worked perfectly!The website below is an excellent resource to be able Sometimes, though, the power connector can become stuck.

 
 
 

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