Vista installation is almost too easy Well I can get to Unetbootin menu, which is a first. But somehow for sure, I think that’s not quite the right way. One should always make at least two hardware profiles. Originally Posted by sturdy. It should translate more than one drive into the corresponding IDE device driver. The only solutions I have found reported as working are to use a USB floppy drive- which may work or not, depending on the specific drive, or to install from an ISO image of the OS which includes the new drivers.
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Black screen on display? I read about the re-imaging and the USB stick.
Booting However, when I try to boot off a CD, it doesn’t get anywhere. You could use a CD-R or a Dp35dpp drive or pull it from the web. Thank goodness I didn’t.
Downloads for Intel® Desktop Board DP35DP
All times are GMT Also, I may not have installed Intel iacp files correctly. I may have sacrificed a tiny bit of FSB speed for a mountain of stability so-far. The Samsung is the boot drive and I will be reformatting that and doing a clean install with Vista Biz which I am running now also. Make it so, energize, number one. IMO it’s not one I would buy.
Bootloader hang up on intel DP35DP card in AHCI+UEFI mode
Intel DP35DP and SATA?
Will that give me some sort of performance boost that the IDE emulation thingie does not? Very quick and self-explanatory. After going through this build, the nLite solution is by far the best. Page 11 of 18 First I arrived at the nlite solution as well.
Is there anyway to make this work both ways, or is it one way or the highway? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. What can I do at this point?
It appears that there are only three floppy drives that are compatible with the XP installer– all USB. Sign up using Facebook.
How it’s agci that there’s no more “error loading operating system”-message, is a hard, but necessary one. I’ll post back once I install XP and all my other goodies.
Intel DP35DP Mobo – Sata – AHCI or IDE?
Thanks for any ideas. Sorry I was inhel. When I manually boot from it just to make sure it gives a correct error, it does.