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February 5, 2008 Amit Works perfectly fine for me, Gateway - M-6750. When you downloaded the drivers, are they specifically for the SATA controller, or for the chipset itself? Just be careful not to select a 64-bit driver if you are using 32-bit, or the wrong OS version. Really helpful, Many thanks. http://introbuilder.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-services-and-controller-app-error.php

February 20, 2008 rama in case of the driver requirement for the hp dv 2000 you can visit the following web site..to downlode the drivers http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-62909.html February 20, 2008 Gateway-123 Hello, Initially i also faced problem with hard drives not detecting . I have a GT5630E that I bought recently. You should get what you need. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/155909-45-disk-controller-error

Thanks for saving my bacon. Per the instruction, I used nLite and slipstreamed the chipset drivers from Intel's website, but I still get this error message about the hard disk when I try to install XP. Patrick 03-21-2012, 07:29 PM #8 spunk.funk TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2010 Location: Los Angeles Posts: 35,336 OS: Windows 10 64 bit, Windows 8 64, Windows January 2, 2008 Siwi Hey there, first of thanks for the guide u are providing.

February 11, 2008 dan my computer is a powerspec computer from a local vendor called microcenter. Burkhart It should be noted that Service Pack 3 for Windows XP is now available (finally!) -- in case it wasn't obvious from Grateway's comment. I changed this to ATA, and voila, my 2003 server installation disk recognized the SATA disk. No yellow or red at all.

Ewerythink just as it is writen as downloadet the latest Intel drivers and nothing??? This presents the disks as if they were PATA. Just need to give it time now and see how it goes. http://www.adir1.com/2012/01/solved-the-driver-detected-a-controller-error-on-deviceideideport2/ Thanks a lot for your tutorial. :-) November 21, 2007 Wendry Splendid !!!… I spent all night long trying this and that without results, your guide is very2 comprehensive and it

I am just worried about losing data. Try this for identifying your system info: http://www.gtopala.com/siw-download.html it's freeware and should tell you all you need to know. I've tried VistaBootPRO and EasyBCD but I saw nothing about disabling SATA. You saved me with this method.

  • I checked my Device Manager, there is no port 2.
  • I have followed the instruction i found on th website but yet still it cant load the Xp and this has been bodering me cuz i need to download some application
  • Stupid idiots in the IT….
  • I have just switched the SATA cable to Port1 as all errors seem to happen on Port0.
  • These are available free from manufacturers web-sites, if you know the brand, or generic HDD utilities are available from download.com.

November 10, 2007 aa i have similar problem, after format a section under vista for a xp install, the HP desktop show CANT Find OS message. https://www.raymond.cc/blog/move-windows-xp-hard-drive-or-change-motherboard-without-getting-blue-screen-of-death/ Thank you very much. Cheers. Support Forum Join the conversation!

And i think other people who have HP notebook having same problem. this page Could this be an issue with the enclosures and not the drives maybe a problem with the port multiplier and that is why it is only 3 out of the four One thing to note however, is that "DR" is being incremented as you insert new (e.g. However, my laptop doesn't recognize the disk.

i have a toshiba satellite p200 if that helps.. thanks a million for putting all together , your work is highly appreciated September 15, 2007 Hugh Hi there, Thanks for the needed guidance. I appreciat it. http://introbuilder.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-disk-error-mac.php error black screen realtek pcie gbe famili controller I got nice laptop always worked good and now played game and for some reason its like some one did clouded game and

Managed to track most of them (apart from the modem, but who cares), however the wifi STILL didnt work, which was a cruel irony, as that was the original impetus for Once again, thank you very much!!! In all the moment i have the floppy connected and the diskete with the drivers files in the unit of 3.5 but the instalation still asking for the driver files.

my laptop model is VGCFZ140EB from sonny Another issue, I could not get in to the BIOS (using either F1 or Del key) Please inform if there is another way that

You will then be taken to this website. By pt121 at 2012-03-21 03-21-2012, 06:08 PM #3 spunk.funk TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2010 Location: Los Angeles Posts: 35,336 OS: Windows 10 64 bit, Windows Good luck, bon voyage etc January 9, 2008 kunkurus YOU ARE THE BEST!!! December 1, 2007 Jose A Arroyo Thanks, i was able to run setup with HP dv2000 December 2, 2007 Micheal Hi there thanks for this - i have HP 530 -

Disclaimer: The above steps are ONLY for Windows 2003 Standard, Enterprise (32 and 64 Bit ) and for Gateway machines. I can go up on my XP system and it doesn't give me any errors. One snag I hit was nlite didn't really burn the disc when I asked it to. useful reference October 24, 2007 Nikolas Phenomenon.

The first flash drive I was using is an older 128mb flash drive. November 27, 2007 anup Excellent man!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i was re instaling windows,still shown. Usually it is Intel, and their site is actually ok once you have the CORRECT info.

I will not eve try to describe all the other stuff I tried. This method worked flawlessly on my HP dv6265 and allowed me to give Vista's poor excuse for an upgrade the boot. I think it says a lot about my issues regarding avoidance of ‘real' work… January 2, 2008 The Geek grateway is correct… Most Consumer PCs do NOT allow you to change USB) drives.

Cheers January 4, 2008 satakin make sure you choose txtmode when you add the sata drivers January 4, 2008 Nie It works on Toshiba Satellite P205…. What is even more bizarre is the strange twilight zone I have entered whilst trying to fix this issue. Go into your bios and change your SATA Device Operation to ATA instead of AHCI. The problem that people keep running into left and right is getting to the point where XP starts to install and getting the message "Setup did not find any hard disk

Gateway2 January 23, 2008 Lanport Hi man, im from ARGENTINA and You help me so much!!!!! March 7, 2008 Willie I finally got it installed on my gateway gm5632e. plz plz help February 24, 2008 Luftetar Thank's a lot mate. anyway, just to inform all visitors: the BIOS way is possible with Acer Extensa 5220.

Really Appreciate This!!! I checked and saw that it has Western-Digital Hard-drive, and went to their support site to download free utility. Toshiba Satellite A200 January 13, 2008 Maks DUDE!!! This page requires Javascript.

Regards December 6, 2007 Jozef ka. Seculla Aug 09, 2012 @ 17:44:05 It's the stupid SATA cables. I have a brand new disk drive installed without any OS.