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I knew it wasn't something that I was doing incorrectly (at least not this time anyways). Proffitt Forum moderator / November 21, 2005 9:02 PM PST In reply to: I found a way .... Tried everything. I have mutiple floppies from various sources containing these files (i think) but none of them work. check over here

Now I don't need any F6 prompt for installing SATA drivers and Windows installation works fine. Not sure if that is within my technical abilities or not. If anyone can help i'll be very grateful. 0 Advertisements #2 finehout Posted 29 October 2005 - 03:03 AM finehout banned Banned 155 posts HIya, Welcom to g2g That error on However, the floppy is perfectly fine... get redirected here

If it worked, the SATA drivers are already in the right directory to be found by the OS. 0 LVL 44 Overall: Level 44 Windows XP 13 Message Expert Comment Well, I compared files what I downloaded and I realise that it's easy to make that floppy: If you already made a floppy with drivers using utility: 1. Please explain to me why I should not delete your post as a site promotion advert.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I don't care if that online store My system is:P4 3.81gig ramMSI 925XE Neo board with Intel 925XE chipset2 Maxtor 250gig hard drives in RAID 0 (stripped) (i think)I seem to be missing vital files for the Intel

Please advise Lungfixer, Nov 19, 2008 Lungfixer, Nov 19, 2008 #17 Nov 19, 2008 #18 sabregen [H]ardForum Junkie Messages: 16,327 Joined: Jun 6, 2005 is your floppy drive a USB Too bad MS's greedy butt took down Autopatcher.com . Reply With Quote 09-08-07,01:08 PM #7 Min-Pin View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Oct 2004 Originally Posted by gamefan What were YOUR HDDs doing before this? What the hell is happening here?!?

can i install the driver for the Raid> Controller separately and then set BIOS to RAID or AHCI...>> sorry to bombard you with so many questions, and thank you so much solved Need Help with case/power supply for streaming/gaming build, among other things 5.1 speakers setup problems. These are the files i have on the floppies; iastor - system file - 457kb iaahci - security catalog - 8kb iaahci - setup information - 3kb iastor - security catalog http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/75361-cannot-copy-file-iastorsys-help/ Why?Then on re-checking I found the driver package on the main page, available as a free download.

As crazy as it might sound, I've seen this problem happen with a bad install disc, so try a different Windows disc if you can. Its already set to boot from cd first. Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to I ran into similar problems a few days ago installing XP on my new striker rig.

among other questions. http://pressf1.pcworld.co.nz/showthread.php?63099-quot-Setup-cannot-copy-file-iastore-sys-quot-Help!!! That dmboot.sys error may have something to do with bad memory. Reply With Quote 09-08-07,02:52 PM #11 Min-Pin View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Oct 2004 Yes it does have a 2nd SATA controller (for adding rear eSATA ports) Make your own copy of the OS disk, then add a file (is file placement location/ technique critical?

I thought that it can be helpfull. check my blog I downloaded and learned how to use nLite. I tried to use the other cd I have which is WINXP SP2, but during the process, it then stopped and dislayed the message "dmboot.sys is corrupted". They are new.

Click to expand... Create folder TEXTMODE in folder $OEM$, so structure will look like $OEM$\TEXTMODE 3. Or download the latest version of the SATA drivers from the MSI site, and make a new SATA driver disk. this content To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

I cannot skip the file and do not wish to quit my install. Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Get VirtualBox Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any Either way...

With the Intel RAID drivers on the new CD do I still hit F6 during the install and it finds them on the CD or does it add them automatically?

I'll give it a jazz and get back to you. 0 #14 turnbrend Posted 30 October 2005 - 02:02 AM turnbrend New Member Topic Starter Member 9 posts Nope. During install i did not hit F6 at all, the drive was recognized> by installer on its own... I start to be asked for files that are already part of the XP install on the disc. Have my original disk, a new one i had sent out a few days ago, plus two i made myself with downloaded files.

The floppy you're using maybe stuffed. Download it and unpack driver files and directories to the floppy drive.These files actually the same files what Asus gives you for ICH9R raid.After I copied these files and directories to F6 method = When XP installation from CD begins, one of the very first screens asks if additional drivers are needed for RAID, so it has you press F6 to load have a peek at these guys MinPins, Sep 8, 2007 MinPins, Sep 8, 2007 #9 Sep 8, 2007 #10 MinPins Limp Gawd Messages: 345 Joined: Aug 30, 2007 Everything went well.

I have downloaded the driver file 4 times and have tried 5 different floppy disks. by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / April 20, 2008 11:47 PM PDT In reply to: I don't care if that online store has little to offer Hi, MB.I'm glad that people can by kretchmard / August 8, 2008 12:58 PM PDT In reply to: Creating floppy with ICH9R drivers I was virtually banging my head against the wall trying to install WinXP Pro