thinking... Hopefully since the adapter claims it will behave as a Master, this will work. That could accommodate two existing IDE devices.OR, do you have a mobo with two IDE ports, and each has a cable that ONLY connects to ONE device? Close up and boot up, and hopefully Win XP will detect a new device and find / install the driver it needs. http://jscience.net/ntldr-is/ntldr-is-missing-fix.html
Boot from your XP Setup CD and enter the Recovery Console Step 2. Now go to the "advanced bios features" and highlite "SCSI/RAID Cntlr Boot Order" and press enter. I don't know why they'd be bothersome but, well who knows..any ideas on the Acronis sitch? There is a fairly 'simple' way around this NTLDR problem [I had it a couple of months ago]....
Me too. I don't know which way you want to do that - personally I do the one huge Partition option - but do you know what size Partition it has created to Now back to the optical units. You may also want to adjust the letter names for the other optical and for the new 1 TB unit.
Will a reinstall fix it? This always required me to enter the BIOS and reset which disc was on first, who was on second etc. 05-08-2007, 01:16 AM #6 wellmoon Registered Member Join WinXpert - You know I downloaded that Partinfo and when clicking on the .exe (I used the PARTINFW.EXE), I get a fleeting cmd prompt and then nothing. Full Format option to choose, too.
this sounds great, again the only thing I would have to work around is a third HDD slot, although probably not recommended could I leave it loose...?I assume something came up Nicely done Doby, nicely done. He said that it can sometimes take up to a week for hardware to start affecting each other, which is why everything was fine for me for a while. Take your old HDD that has the OS on it (your Boot Drive from the first IDE port) and change its jumpers (probably necessary) so it is the Slave.
When the options menu appears (Blue Screen), choose "Repair Windows Using The Windows Recovery Console." A black screen with white text should appear. Tab to other screens and find the one where SATA ports are configured. Just be patient, and follow everything to the letter. You can set that back in Disk Management's LOWER RIGHT pane again.
Some mobos have two IDE ports (pinouts) on the mobo, some have only one. I unplugged C & D, and left E. Win9x Boot Disk Option Get a Win9x floppy and boot with it and when you get your A: prompt type: fdisk and make sure that the correct partition and hard drive C: is without a doubt chosen in my BIOS, which is why I'm confused, and here, ha.
Use the one-time boot menu to boot off of the CD Drive. have a peek at these guys I have tried a few things, going to the repair console and copying NTLDR from the windows CD to the c drive and also Fixboot, bootcfg /repair, fixmbr but nothing has Select forumWindowsMac OsLinuxOtherSmartphonesTabletsSoftwareOpen SourceWeb DevelopmentBrowserMobile AppsHardwareDesktopLaptopsNetworksStoragePeripheralSecurityMalwarePiracyIT EmploymentCloudEmerging TechCommunityTips and TricksSocial EnterpriseSocial NetworkingAppleMicrosoftGoogleAfter HoursPost typeSelect discussion typeGeneral discussionQuestionPraiseRantAlertTipIdeaSubject titleTopic Tags Select up to 3 tags (1 tag required) CloudPiracySecurityAppleMicrosoftIT EmploymentGoogleOpen SourceMobilitySocial EnterpriseCommunitySmartphonesOperating Save and Exit, and it will finish booting up.
Report • #17 Richard in Michigan May 6, 2011 at 13:00:56 My solution..... Before that one must establish a Partition of some specified size that will be treated as one "drive" by the OS. I sometimes think it is happier if there is Unallocated Space to use on the Destination drive. http://jscience.net/ntldr-is/ntldr-is-missing-xp-hal-dll.html Recently the 'Local user and accounts' snap in was...
Format is the second operation in setting up an HDD. I've got a pic of my settings in manual clone and two different errors, the first time around it said reboot, I did but got no results. colin_b88Oct 11, 2010, 11:01 AM Hello again, it's been a little bit and things were going alright, as I'd said in my last post even though the acronis copy said it
Not the answer you're looking for? Hi, I was messing about with my mobo bios settings and I set my FSB to 800Mhz but I think Thread Tools Search this Thread 05-07-2007, 06:03 PM #1 Check your boot priority in bios then set your boot order to Cdrom 1st,hdd 2nd __________________ Would you like to help TSF fight cancer and other diseases??? this content any options I have so I didn't waste my money on those adapters? :P hang-the-9Sep 21, 2010, 2:15 AM Is the issue you are having is that you don't see the
Connect the orginal sata boot drive and remove the ide hardrive. Thanks to all here on this forum. If you proceed with any of this, let us know what happens. All done?
This is how we do it 80 Gig Master 750 Gig Slave (The one with an OS) 750 Gig - Unplug it for now. The manual you'd shown is definitely my pc. You are supposed to use space bar or the "+" or "-" keys to change the choice on the highlighted line. Oct 23, 2009 #21 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.
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