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Solved: Asus M3A78-T Windows XP Pro RAID Setup
Windows will load your driver and you can now continue Windows Setup as normal. and then gives me an error. "The application could not be installed because the installer file is damaged. File Size 714.16 KBytesupdate2008/12/31 Download from Global Version0602 Description M3A78-T BIOS 0602Fix the problem that AI_NAP will autorun after resuming from S1 or S3 .Fix the problem that HDD device Boot If in doubt hit F9 on boot and select your Optical Drive to load first. Homepage
File Size 704.63 KBytesupdate2008/09/02 Download from Global Version0204 Description M3A78-T BIOS 0204First release. You didn't show even a shard of proof. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem? Julian August 3, 2015 at 02:25 Thanks a lot for the guide! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-asus-m3a78-t-windows-xp-pro-raid-setup.1044503/
just diable that and restart ur installing ,. File Size 718.95 KBytesupdate2009/06/11 Download from Global Beta Version1202 Description M3A78-T BIOS 1202Fix the issue that there may be no display on the screen when connecting to certain LCD TV via Reply RAJ PANVAL says: August 22, 2012 at 12:05 I WANT TO INSTALL WIN 7 ON THE SYSTEM. In addition to Vista and Win7, I also had the same trouble with Server2008.
i mean like a memory stick that uses usb.. After accepting the licence terms, etc. I had to disable flash module and switch from AHCI to ATA on a Dell. File Size 5.6 MBytesupdate2009/01/16 Download from Global Version184.108.40.206 Description ASUS Express Gate V220.127.116.11 for Windows 32/64bit XP & 32/64bit Vista.
File Size 704.23 KBytesupdate2010/08/27 Download from Global Version1904 Description M3A78-T BIOS 1904Support new CPUs. In Windows Vista, you'll find Device Manager towards the bottom of the window.Windows XP Only: You have a few extra steps since Device Manager isn't as easily available in your version Set the boot order to DVD then RAID drives then IDE drive.Upon reboot, RAID drives appear to be okay6 – Try and reinstall Windows XP (also tried Windows 7) unsuccessfully. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/4993-63-looking-raid-drivers-windows Name Mail. (will not be published) Website Notify me when new comments are added Receive Updates Enter your email address to receive weekly updates.
Followed solution 1 and seemed to do the trick - thanks! says: November 20, 2010 at 17:36 Thanks for this. But i was getting this error ‘Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed' … How do i locate the SATA configuration in BIOS settings on this machine? I'm not so good with computers and was having trouble with this for a long time.
On my Toshiba, I had to install the drivers in the order given by Toshiba per an installation instructions pdf. http://newwikipost.org/topic/0wLNpGW3nUGrw2k5Xge2CquONAM1nNm8/Asus-A8R-MVP-amp-Raid-0-on-WD-Raptor-Windows-Install-Problem.html Thanks Reply Adrienne says: June 30, 2014 at 12:08 Hey, I just bought a new ASUS Notebook PC and I want to install a disc that has practice exams on it I called asus tech support and they tell me sorry it doesn't exist. R.
Reply Rosco says: July 23, 2011 at 22:50 Hi webleet, This looks like a different problem to the one described in the article above. http://portablewhole.com/solved-asus/solved-asus-p8z77-v-pro.html Solution 2 - Load your SATA drivers using a Floppy Disk (or CD) UPDATE JAN 2011 - Create A Custom Windows XP CD with your SATA drivers as an alternative to I will quote from another forum that offers another trick that works the same and offers more explanation. "This problem seems to be related with a PM value that's been modified You can try DriverTuner 1.
Support new CPUs. Install all relevant drivers. & installed Intel Matrix Storage Manager. I have the same problem on 3 different pc with vista ultimate 64bit and vista bussiness 64bit and vista premium 32bit. a fantastic read You refer to link rot while both your links are broken!
Reply Rosco says: September 23, 2010 at 09:28 Hi Daryl, What's your pc model/bios details? Thank you for posting this! Reply Hengel says: July 29, 2012 at 13:23 Cheers mate!
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Your solution works flawlessly on IBM T60 notebook. I know for a fact AMD Chipset drivers version 13.12 do work. See diagram on the hard disk or manufacturers website for details. how can i solve problem?
I had given up on all the data which I had collected over the last 4 years when my vista gave up and was unable to install Xp. I had given up on all the data which I had collected over the last 4 years why my vista gave up and was unable to install Xp. It's probably a SB600 problem for me but I don't imagine Asus are going to update the AHCI driver any time soon. find this Fatal Error: Data Error (Cyclic Redundancy Error)..