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Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 7. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Anybody? Q may be on to something with the defective optical drive.

The indication is that a program crash is occurring to to a bad reading floppy drive (on a new build). Icrontic › All Discussions › Science & Tech Talk to Us Twitter @icrontic Facebook Page IRC Channel Steam Group The 5¢ Tour About Us Our Epic History Team Fortress 2 Battlefield In that area, everything displays as working normally. Rats.

The bios of the raid card is being detected, i have set it up as a stripped raid 0, on 2 , 40gig western digital harddrives. Javier Back to top #2 TAMARELLE TAMARELLE Newbie Members 1 posts Posted 09 September 2003 - 05:39 PM Javier Did you ever find a resolution to your problem? I still to this day have no idea why something so simple never worked, but oh well. Let Windows setup the partition and install: Choose install to the empty disk & choose NTFS FULL format, not quick.

HD Diags, Benchmarks, Warranty, and Other Important Info >>------Forum Rules------<< Reply With Quote 11-29-2003,09:58 PM #5 countmage View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Nov 2003 Posts 2 It isn't I linked to it above (Offline) Trucker61 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Trucker61 12-09-2004, 12:30 PM #6 brett741 Registered User Join Date: Dec 2004 Posts: 4 Only certain brands of floppies will read in it, and, it says many times that it can't format the media, or media not present, etc. I did it on another PC and I had no problems.

I never got this to work, but instead I disabled RAID altogether and am simply running automated DriveImage XML backups onto the second drive. This is consistent with what you did-- you installed Windows in IDE mode, and then you switched to AHCI mode. I guess you are able to install XP in non-RAID mode. We're using ATI/AMD driver chipsets instead of intel so I'm not sure how this would apply or where we should start digging but what we've tried is starting fresh with no

Basically it seems to be an issue related to RAID drivers. It's strange, the TXTSETUP.OEM file is identical to the one I injected into 8.7.I just extracted the SP3 and 8.8 images and Windiff'ed them, merged the desirable changes from 8.8 into Of course, the product CD without making any modification works fine. the first time i tried to install after switching CD drives it actually loaded the driver, but then i got another error message...which i didnt write down.

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12-09-2004, 07:52 AM #1 brett741 Registered User Join Date: Dec 2004 Posts: 4 Error installing SATA We also recommend backing up any information you do not want to lose. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders PCPer Forum Rules Advanced Search Forum Hardware Storage Forum Help Raid Setup If this As Windows is first setting up, at the first blue screen hit the [F6] key to load a third party mass storage driver.

Forum SolvedWindows Xp SP2 x64bit vs Windows Xp SP3 Forum SolvedNeed help to install Windows XP SP-2 Forum Steam installer wont open on Windows xp SP2? Copy the following files in that directory: \WINXP\*.* or \WIN2K_XP\*.* on the driver-floppy TXTSETUP.OEM in the root directory of the floppy. They sold it to you illegally - it is an OEM verison they're supposed to only sell with new hardware. It (GigaRAID) controller is enabled, and it's set to IDE mode or ATA mode, whatever the non-RAID mode is.

Main road blocks are that Acer doesn't provide drivers for XP only Vista and their support is the worst I have ever seen. Thanks again for your continued help. 0 LVL 4 Overall: Level 4 Windows XP 3 Message Accepted Solution by:jonnyz01092008-12-07 I had forgotten this question was still open. Please review the instructions for creation of the floppy. Chris B 0 LVL 6 Overall: Level 6 Server Hardware 5 Windows XP 1 Message Expert Comment by:sandybridge2008-07-13 Yup, Chris B is absolutely right.

Have a look - http://www.planetamd64.com/lofiversion/index.php?t7719.html Chris B 0 LVL 6 Overall: Level 6 Server Hardware 5 Windows XP 1 Message Expert Comment by:sandybridge2008-07-16 jonny, really sorry to sound confusing here But to respond to your comment - what do you mean by "RAID 1 re-configuration and initialization?" I booted into the RAID BIOS (or whatever it is) by holding CTRL+I at Several functions may not work. After it is installed, you'll see your SATA hard drives on the list.Click to expand...

I'm still standing by my comment...it's not XP OS that is not "RAID compatible". The original TXTSETUP.OEM of the driver floppy was: # # TXTSETUP.OEM for IT8212 ATA RAID Controller # [Disks] d1 = "ITE IT8212 ATA RAID Driver Diskette", \ITERAID, \ d2 = "ITE So who knows what the hell it's for. Re: LD8.8 WinPE boot fails with TXTSETUP.OEM error n0manarmy Mar 31, 2008 3:02 PM (in response to JSMCPN) We're having this issue also at the Univ.

If you notice any bugs or style issues, please report them in this thread. This is a 754 board, so those SATA ports are on a separate controller from the chipset. Disable everything RAID in BIOS, or select IDE/ATA mode for any RAID controllers, since it seems you do not want a RAID setup at this time. Any ideas? 0 LVL 6 Overall: Level 6 Server Hardware 5 Windows XP 1 Message Expert Comment by:sandybridge2008-07-11 Have you cross checked whether you are using the drivers for 32-bit

Dont copy pdfs, they'll just take up space. Featured Post 6 Surprising Benefits of Threat Intelligence Promoted by Recorded Future All sorts of threat intelligence is available on the web. If you need further assistance please have your case number ready, then contact Technical Support at 502-995-0883 (M-F 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM EST). (Offline) bmike View Public Profile Find That path "xpsprtm" sounds like a rtm copy (release to manufacturing).

If i hit escape, and continue with out installing the oem drivers, it doesn't reconize the harddrives in raid and tries to install win xp on to my USb flash drive, I wouldn't advise any innocent visitors of this forum to try this at home...The attached document (part of this posting on my blog) describes various ways in which an 8.7 / I have just found a solution to a similar issue, the only one so far, so maybe there is something in it. AND Phenom X3 8650 Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H mobo Sapphire HD3870 vid card 2 GB PC 6400 DDR2 74GB Raptor 320 Seagate SATA HDD 500W Fortron Blue Storm PSU Reply With Quote 11-29-2003,03:04

Has anyone had this happen? Should I have left all three folders on the disk (intel, via, silicon)? Please type your message and try again. 7 Replies Latest reply on Oct 6, 2009 12:17 PM by jan.buelens LD8.8 WinPE boot fails with TXTSETUP.OEM error JSMCPN Feb 21, 2008 12:13 Reply With Quote 11-29-2003,01:00 PM #3 perdomot View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Joined Oct 2002 Location Miami, FL Posts 2,718 The answer is simple: Get a floppy drive.

EE won't allow the .cat even in a zip. Sigh...... AddSataDriverToWinpe.mht 1,004.4 K Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 6. If you do try setting it to default and see if it helps.

The J-Micron controller is external only (I think) but I suppose it's worth a try. i dont know where to find it the MOBO is a biostar K8. I have repeated the download at least 3 times with the same result. General feedback is that it makes things a lot easier...