Reason for this is that the CD is going to boot anyway, and where you run into trouble normally is at the point that setup starts looking for the mass storage. I have been very careful to follow each step but cannot get past the BSOD. So far as I can tell, you are doing nothing wrong. Your username or email address: Just a check; you did leave the diskette in the drive throughout the procedure, yes? I am usually a very good student.

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82801ffr need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. At this point I am presented with a selection for one of the following: Any luck finding a driver?

Apr 28, Posts: Let’s go step by step:. Insert the floppy disk containing the driver files when you see the following prompt: Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? I’ve sent a request for support to Intel and Dell to see if they have any information.

You mention using CTRL-i option. Did you ever find a driver?

Previous thread here indicates TI supports it, but I am not getting it to work. Pleas contact the device manufactor to obtain driver compatible with the bit version of Windows. I’m having the exact same problem on a Dell Precision I’m using TI Enterprise Server v8. Niether has responded yet.


Re: Manual Reinstall of Windows XP – Page 5 – Dell Community

88201fr When I boot into TI from the CD, it says it disconnects from the ata port, then the application fires up. Let’s go step by step: I then exited so I could get to the re-install set-up. As setup progresses, it will need f66 copy the drivers off to the hard drive for use in the hard drive boot process.

Use that page to set up your RAID. Just tried it with no luck: Leave the floppy disk in the floppy drive until the system reboots itself because Windows setup will need to copy the files again from the floppy to the Windows installation folders.

Intel(R) 82801FR SATA AHCI Controller

When prompted, I insert the floppy disk I created and pressed Enter. Reason for this is that the CD is going to boot anyway, and where you run into trouble normally is at the point that setup starts looking 28801fr the mass storage. There is also another thing that could be tried. Desktops General – Read Only: PaddyBob, Jan 26, If you use the F6 prompt to attempt to load the SATA drivers from the diskette, you will get a blue screen because the SATA drivers will not find a compatible controller.


Thanks so much for your patience EDO.

If you install on a single drive you will need to use the Intel Matrix Storage Manager to create the RAID from the completed drive, which will require more time. The device driver is only compatible with the bit version of Windows.

XP 64 Bit: driver for Intel 82801FR SATA AHCI

82801tr, my password is: I have the floppy with the drivers, is there a way to load the drivers from a hidden command line or something? Similar Threads Boot storage driver slipstreaming on bit XP for extended systems. Guest, Apr 1,