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Windows 7: Windows 7/Vista Install "No Device Driver found"

16 Jul 2012   #1

Windows 7
Windows 7/Vista Install "No Device Driver found"


I recently bought a new Sata 3 Hard Drive (500gb Sata 3 Barccuda) for my PC.
I've downloaded countless Windows 7 ISO's. I have a LEGIT key. After burning it on ImgBurn, Nero and Poweriso at 4x and 3.5 (Can't go lower than 3.5) It gets to the Language setup after 30minutes or so, Than a futher hour to get to driver selectio, but once on driver selection it tells me "No device driver found", I've tried lots of seperate ISO's and even Vista!

I've been trying to fix this since Friday and everything I've tried doesn't work. I've even tried using a USB. Please, Help is extremely appreciated!


Mobo: Ga-Ma770-Ds3
CPU: AMD 6000+ 3.01ghz X2 Dual core
RAM: 1gb x 4 (4gb)
GPU: Nvidia Geforce 550TI 1gb

I don't know if it helps but I use TDK 4.7gb CDS.

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16 Jul 2012   #2

Windows 7

please help
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16 Jul 2012   #3
Night Hawk

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, XP Mode, W8.1 Preview VM - 7 Pro x64 second remote tower

Welcome to the Seven Forums! Dexter92

The first thing I would suggest is taking a look in the bios setup to see if the ide mode or AHCI mode is the present drive mode enabled there. If you find it at the AHCI setting you can change that to the ide mode for the immediate resolve or look up the driver sets at the Gigabyte support site since the sata controller drivers usually see the AHCI driver bundled with them.

A better program found by the way for burning 7 iso images to disk is the Passcape ISO Burner that will burn reliably at the max burn speed as well as at any slower speed. ImgBurn was originally intended for XP not the newer versions and doesn't even run on any 64bit Windows while the Passcape runs everywhere.

When referring to USB are you talking about a USB Install Key made with flash drive or other method like mounting an iso image or extracting the setup files onto an external drive? USB Windows 7 Installation Key Drive - Create
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 Windows 7/Vista Install "No Device Driver found"

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