But that’s where I had the ‘workstation’ error. Otherwise, if the IDE controller like my SiI card isn’t supported by Microsoft’s IDE controller driver that comes on the Windows CD, Setup won’t even find the hard disk—you will need to either slipstream the driver into the installation image and burn the slipstream Windows installation CD, or use an F6 floppy carrying your IDE controller’s driver. There are certain chipset specific drivers related to hard drives, and if they are the wrong ones you will never be able to boot off the hard drive without doing a repair install of Windows. Originally posted by Prototyped: The rest will be IDE drives from a controller card.
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The Gigabyte Jmicron controller is too laggy!
Posted August 10, edited. Sat Dec 15, 3: Sun Dec 09, Sat Dec 15, 6: But with Windows XP, yes, you usually have to struggle a bit, either with a driver floppy, or creating a Windows XP installation CD image with the driver slipstreamed in.
Gigabyte vs ICH9R SATA controller: Which is best?
Pretty sure I’m experiencing the exact same thing You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. More than likely there won’t be a difference but maybe I will mess around with it if I get time.
Ravendas Ars Praefectus Registered: I didn’t, and it caused the automatic install to drop out of the process for me to enter a valid computer name. I was looking at the Gigabyte P35 L version. But yeah, sounds like you would just really have to test each set, on each controller.
Join Date Apr Posts I bought 4 of those drives for that price in Houston. The problem I”m having saa is getting the Hard drive to read thru any sata drive on a non-raid boot. Sign in with Google.
Posted August 24, Under integrated peripherals it is set to: Maybe all ATA and SATA drives, once detected and configured by the controller they are attached to, are made visible to the legacy BIOS which in turns make them visible as “generic ATA” devices to other SATA controllers even though they are not physically attached to them and not handled by thembut I find this weird and confusing.
It was set to a drive that had no OS on it after I unhooked my 80 gig drive. Originally posted by continuum: Thanks prototyped, but I’m not sure you are addressing my questions Mon Dec 10, 2: Posted August 25, Sign up for a new account in our community.
The time now is There are certain chipset specific drivers related to hard drives, and if they are the wrong ones you will never be able to boot off the hard drive without doing a repair install of Windows. Whichever you have fewer of are the JMicron ports.
ATA / SATA / AHCI madness on Gigabyte P35 DS3P ?
I noticed my computer was a bit slow straight after this so I restarted it. Thanks in advance for any help!
Posted August 5, I really dislike not having saga spare drive around if I’m trying to do something – and some of my really old drives are ready to be taken apart by teenagers so they can see how they work. Sign In Sign Up. Mon Dec 10, 3: