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Windows 7: HDD does not[ show up on Install!

12 Sep 2009   #21


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by keefo View Post
i loaded the drivers onto a USB Stick, then pressed load drivers, then browsed to the USB stick and it scanned the folder i had placed the drivers in, and it just sayed there was not any drivers their.
This brings us back to the "verbatim" part. Remember - I cannot see what you see.

What exactly did it say? Something like "No drivers found" OR "This doesn't match your hardware"

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12 Sep 2009   #22

Windows 7 RTM 32Bit

ahhh sorry!

Been a busy day sorry i took so long.

It says "No device drivers were found, make sure the installation media contains the correct drivers"
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12 Sep 2009   #23


You have one option remaining AFAIK.

We need to ID your specific HD controller chipset and go the manufacturer.

Get this tool CPUID
CPU-Z 1.52 setup
(with install, includes 32 & 64-bit binaries)

We need the data from the tab MAINBOARD
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12 Sep 2009   #24

Windows 7 RTM 32Bit

here you go mate :-)

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12 Sep 2009   #25


Go here Intel® Driver Update Utility

Intel® Driver Update Utility

That is one old board.
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