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thanks. I really didn't want to install a floppy drive in my new server! Reply pete 8 years ago Thank you for your instructions.It helped having clear and concise directions. As a note, make sure you clear out the text DELLFLASH when running the tool. http://pic3nter.com/windows-xp/no-floppy-drive-for-f6-install-of-raid-driver.php

Reply Carlos 8 years ago I just want to say thanks, your tutorial help me out with the headache i had. If this next screen doesn't appear, you don't have the correct driver. Why couldn't Microsoft have just included these drivers on SP2 discs, or offered an ISO download with up-to-date drivers? Safari Chrome IE Firefox Support Navigation Support Support Support Home Technologies No Floppy Drive for F6 Install of RAID Driver Last Reviewed: 17-Jul-2017 Article ID: 000005834 What is the problem?Unable to

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I don't know if there is a Bios Setting or what but any help would be appreciated. Any and all suggestions would be appreciated. I may have to break down and call tech support from IBM on this one (perish the thought!).

I am absolutely amazed at the nlite software. There's a freeware utility Boot CD Loader (by Alex Kopylov) to transfer boot control from floppy to CD drive, for a long time used with Emergency Boot Kit on old BIOSes Reply radu 9 years ago Great job, work 100% thanks Reply David Hurst 9 years ago Nice tutorial - works perfectly. Windows Xp With Sata Drivers Iso Saved me money!

Contents 1. How To Install Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver Windows 7 Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. Great work and thanks a lot. Reply DarkeKun 8 years ago Very easy to understand, and do, hehe, even i could do it, and that says alot :) Reply Jarmo 8 years ago great help for me,

edkliteJan 27, 2007, 1:15 AM you have to install xp first unless you can slipstream the drives Can't find your answer ? Ahci Driver For Windows Xp In the menu, you'll see an option for USB Flash drive emulation type. b) Convert floppy image to USB thumbdrive using FlashBoot Choose Floppy -> USB on this page: Open merged_floppy.img created with Floppy Image Creation Kit: Choose the only one available scenario "Wrap Our problem is that our SATA controller driver not exists (by default) on the Windows CDROM.

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We use Bart BFI utility to inject F6 Floppy Driver files into the image file of floppy-to-CD boot switcher before passing it to FlashBoot for conversion. 3. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Raymond.CC Blog Menu Home Forum Giveaways X-Ray 2.0 Contact About Home » Windows » 2 Ways to Integrate Floppy SATA RAID Driver F6 Driver Install Windows 7 Quote: Originally Posted by Wakinyan Whether it's state of the art servers or no name servers, there should be a CD which allows you to load the RAID drivers and then Add Sata Driver To Bootable Usb Flash Drive Thank you Company Information Our Commitment Communities Investor Relations Contact Us Newsroom Jobs © Intel Corporation Terms of Use *Trademarks Privacy Cookies Supply Chain Transparency Site Map Products Learn & Develop

Reply Dharam 9 years ago Thanks Raymond, this is one of the best and rare tutorial I found. http://pic3nter.com/windows-xp/nlite-raid-driver-for-xp.php Reply DaveF 2 years ago NLite seems to be good. This will work. If you don't use a driver floppy, you will get the dreaded "Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer" error.Download a floppy SATA/RAID driver, extract it F6 Floppy Drivers

It is wonderful free utility. Excellent demonstration. I'm gonna fix it" Me Being Crowd "He's gonna fix it, he's gonna fix it!" THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH, and Thank god for that windows iso and Virtualbox installed :) Reply useful reference Anyway, I thank you all for your help on this...appreciated. -XT XT View Public Profile Find all posts by XT #9 04-10-2008, 01:21 PM XT Agnatheist Charter Member

yoyodyne View Public Profile Find all posts by yoyodyne #8 04-10-2008, 07:53 AM XT Agnatheist Charter Member Join Date: Apr 2003 Location: The Great South West Posts: 31,958 Download Windows Xp Sp3 Sata Ahci Do you work for Intel? Copy F6 Floppy Driver files from your hardware vendor (*.inf, *.sys, *.cat, *.oem) into C:\create_floppy_image\f6floppy Run C:\create_floppy_image\create_floppy_image.cmd and make sure there are no error messages.

Posted by tigerjr on 6 Mar 2011 17:29 I was running into the same issue, I used the USB Flash Drive F6 tool and got into the windows setup, however am

Windows XP Setup - insert floppy drive So, what are the chances to accomplish this task? - I was wondering. Reply sharath 10 years ago Perfect… Thanks a lot for your article Reply webcadre 10 years ago great tutorials ray!thanks a lot!your blog really helpfull!!!rock on dude! long live Reply E.P.C. 8 years ago Hello Everyone specially the moderator & the one who gave advise, A million thanks to you… i can now sleep the whole night today Raid Drivers For Windows Xp YES NO Characters remaining: 500 Send We appreciate all feedback, but cannot reply or give product support.

Change this to floppy. Do you work for Intel? Reply mave 8 years ago love and gratitude raymond….. http://pic3nter.com/windows-xp/network-driver-install-windows-xp.php Step by step guide 1.

Or do you have to use F6 to load the raid drivers every time. Remember me Forgot your Intel username or password? Yeah!! Click Next.6.

I can't believe how easy this was. Uncheck the box to install Server Administrator during the setup - this is not on this disk and can be installed later. It really helps me much. This procedure is called slipstreaming.

This way, you can install Windows XP on a SATA hard drive without using a floppy drive at all because the driver is already present on the CD. ThANK YOU!!!! I integrated the SATA driver with help of your tutorial, voila, worked at the second try, the first try i forgot to REMOVE the floppy disk.