It would not boot and I had an error saying that Windows cannot find You will then be asked to put in the relevant floppy disk – yes you do need a floopy drive LOL!! Can’t run an “R” if Windows cannot see the drive Thanks for the tip man i will try it. I’m really getting frustrated. F8 is for Safe Mode.
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Will get back to you on this! Can’t run an “R” if Windows cannot see the drive Community Forum Software by IP.
All times are GMT Sign in Already have an account? Is via a USB possble? Put in the disk press enter and you will get a few driver options for differnet OS’s if using XP select xp.
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Hit F6 to install third party SCSI RAID drivers question – Windows XP Home and Professional
Press S to Specify Additional Device. Several functions may not work. Last edited by BlackBeanie; December 21st, at Posted February 18, Back to Storage Forum 4 total posts Page 1 of 1.
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Use the up and down arrow keys to select your controller from the list of available controllers. Note Nothing happens right after pressing F6.
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Windows XP Setup: Press F6 if you need to install a third party SCSI or RAID driver…
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Hit F6 to install third party SCSI RAID drivers question
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. I know that it’s like that but I assumed I had to reinstall the drivers since I got the error “Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer.
Can’t run an “R” if Windows cannot see the drive Hi All, Have a very frustrating problem and I hope someone can help – just bought a shiny new tower and all the parts for an upgrade and I thought I’d get a Maxtor gb Third-pparty drive to go with it.
I’ll find out the controller tomorrow when I get to the computer.
I know you said it seemed to work sometimes but check this possibility out anyway. TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Posted 23 February –