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Serial AT Drivers not loading during XP Setup

Posted on 2004-09-29
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I am having trouble tracking down the SATA drivers for a DiamondMax Plus 9 HDD

I found and tried some from the maxtor site but they appeared to be for a PCI card of spome sort and did not work when loaded during XP setup...

Anyone have anythoughts?
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Question by:secedit
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by:nobus
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you can e-mail them on that page, and ask for the drivers
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by:staywithme
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if you go to drivers guide and use the public username - driver2
                                                                password - all
you can request the driver from them

hope this helps
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crazijoe earned 50 total points
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During setup you need to load the drivers for the SATA controller not the drivers for the Hard Drive.
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