System doesn’t have to have a hard disk to boot. This might be a bit more problematic, though, if you have not got a hard disk of any kind. Try with another FDD. You let Windows find them on a floppy disk. Also, last night i made a Windows XP pro SP2 boot disk and tried installing it then and the same problem occurs. I would advice against storing personal things, that cannot be replaced, on a SATA hard disk.
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The problem is that when i put the disk in A drive it looks for the drivers and comes back and says i need to insert sataa manufaturers disk, which is already in it.
Press F6 and insert the floppy that has the drivers.
The egg was first, the beginning of everything. As Sharp says there are also newer drivers, that you can put on a floppy. Please login or register. This might be a bit more problematic, though, if you have not got a hard disk of any kind.
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You let Windows find them on a floppy disk. They are not yet as reliable as IDE hard disks.
Having Windows there would be better, as you already have Windows on a CD. Also, last night i made a Windows XP pro SP2 boot disk and tried installing it then and the same problem occurs. So i decided to buy a new fdd for 8 pounds 3 pints of beer and installed it and it worked The following error or errors occurred while this message: Are any ide hard drives in your pc?
From there it’s ulra. My only conculsion would be that there is something which needs to be configured on the motherboard or bois or something. I never get to the stage where i choose the driver. When i boot up into windows, i can ulltra the FDD and also i have copied the drivers onto several disks and each one can be read by the FDD. Home Help Search Login Register. I press enter again and the same thing happens Try with another FDD.
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Hi there, well i am sure the floppy disk drive and the floppy disks i have been trying are working ok. But if you want to install Windows on a hard disk, and thus boot from this, you need a satz disk, such as a SATA.
System doesn’t have to have a hard disk to boot. One is supplied with drivers from MSI. I installed it into the PC and enabled it and configured it, formatted it and copied some test files to it.
So I think that is not the problem.
It can boot from for example a floppy or satta CD, and many other things. Nsi would advice against storing personal things, that cannot be replaced, on a SATA hard disk. Does anyone have a solution for this? Are you sure FDisk A is working OK, because could be that if it fails to read from floppy could mean the diskette is not detected. Well after trying everything, i decided to format a disk in A drive, and it said cannot format, so i tried another one and the same message came up.