No one know a link to get the promise 64 bit driver?????? The instructions are in the MakeDisk. SAKE is right but heres what I found out later. BTW I found the VIA drivers mentioned in Sake’s post, but like another poster, only found self executing program installer that I could not take apart and copy the needed files to a floppy, sorry Sake. I finally gave up on Macs and have come over to the dark side.
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What’s wrong with this txtsetup.oem (adding SATA drivers to a RIS image)?
Now what to try next. When you load the 3. OEM which I have copied onto blank notepad text file separate from the X64 folder.
Read my SIGN for my system info. Friday, February 29, 3: Wednesday, May 7, 7: It worked for me!
Installing VIA SATA/RAID drivers as 3rd party
Not that you all care, it’s just a heads up in case you encounter the same problem. Do not slipstream the other drivers as they may not install properly just load them after the install rebooting after txtsetyp.oem one usually starting with the chipset, PCI, then the graphics and whatever you need from there.
None of them work and I continue to get the same message. One down two txtsetup.kem go. Friday, February 29, 1: Now make sure you completed that bios item noted at http: But is this how it is suppose to be, is there any settings I should change to get the SATA to show up as the primary?
It’s a little cryptic. Need help bad because this happened as I am preparing to make a move to new address in the next couple weeks.
In fact, I’m sure it’s not a problem with my hardware either as I tried some SIL chipset drivers to see if they would load during the XP installation. You need to press the F6 ket at the first blue screen in the windows install and then it will take a few minutes before it asks you to select the drivers.
Enter desired information under each of the following Settings sections h. This must make the drivers work for WXP Tuesday, Txtsetup.oej 22, OEM and delete all files and folders x I was confused at first glance too Extract the contents of the archive downloaded in step one using winzip.
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This discussion is locked. This is necessary because there is a hidden marker at xata end of the file. Any help is appreciated. Select “User Interaction desired” f. Might want to give that a try. Create the following file path.