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ambroseg1

Dell Optiplex 320 Windows XP setup Sata Driver

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These ID's:

%SATA_TO_IDE% = amdide_Inst,PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4380&CC_0101 ;SB600

%PCI_IDE% = amdide_Inst,PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_438C ;SB600

Are inside this driver:

ftp://supermicro.com/CDR-APLUS2_2.02_for_A%2B_AMD_SP5100_platform/AMD_ATI/Catalyst_Install_Manager/03.00.0746/Packages/Drivers/SBDrv/SB6xx/IDEATA133/LH/

Which, though being for the SB700/800 also "covers" the SB600.

jaclaz

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These ID's:

%SATA_TO_IDE% = amdide_Inst,PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4380&CC_0101 ;SB600

%PCI_IDE% = amdide_Inst,PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_438C ;SB600

Are inside this driver:

ftp://supermicro.com/CDR-APLUS2_2.02_for_A%2B_AMD_SP5100_platform/AMD_ATI/Catalyst_Install_Manager/03.00.0746/Packages/Drivers/SBDrv/SB6xx/IDEATA133/LH/

Which, though being for the SB700/800 also "covers" the SB600.

jaclaz

 

Thanks a million for the help. But I don't see a txtoem file, so I think these are pnp drivers and NOT textmode drivers which is what I need.

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I am not sir.

 

Make a screenshot from Windows 7 like mine from attachment.

You try to install XP from USB or cd-rom?

 

LE. And on Windows 7, 99% work drivers from Vista.

 

Will do a screenshot when I get home and post. Currently at work. I am installing (trying) windows XP from a USB. Does it make a difference whether its from a burnt CD or USB?

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With what software you make bootable USB?

 

LE. And you want to install XP x86 or x64?

Edited by condor

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With what software you make bootable USB?

 

LE. And you want to install XP x86 or x64?

 

I am using RUFUS to make the USB bootable from an ISO image created by nLite.

 

Wanting to install 32bit version (x86) of windows XP.

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I am installing (trying) windows XP from a USB.

PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4380&CC_0101

That's IDE emulation mode. No SATA drivers required.

OS default drivers support this machine.

The BSOD 7b refers to another reason: e.g. USB boot device

It's a Dell. Read FAQ 3 http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/116766-faqs/

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You think I should try booting from a CD??

Yes, try the existing one

Used an OEM Dell Windows XP SP 3 CD.

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Thanks a million for the help. But I don't see a txtoem file, so I think these are pnp drivers and NOT textmode drivers which is what I need.

 

Well it is not like a TXTSETUP.OEM is a digitally signed encrypted file stored inside a passwod protected RAR file on a Truecrypt volume :w00t::ph34r: it's a plain text file and you can put together one easily.

The readme.rtf on the given site  talks of F6 floppy install, so seemingly it is just TXTSETUP.OEEM that is missing.

 

See here:

http://rmprepusb.blogspot.it/2013/06/txtsetupoem-files-for-f6-floppy-disks.html

 

Use (say) this driver as a "base" reference:

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/misc/utils/AMD_RAIDAHCIController_V25154039.zip

 

This said, FORGET temporarily the above (it may become useful next time) and follow cdob's suggestion first.

 

jacaz

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I am installing (trying) windows XP from a USB.

PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4380&CC_0101

That's IDE emulation mode. No SATA drivers required.

OS default drivers support this machine.

The BSOD 7b refers to another reason: e.g. USB boot device

It's a Dell. Read FAQ 3 http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/116766-faqs/

 

We have a winner. Modified the ntdetect.com file (as per the link) and took a gamble and used the USB again to try and install the normal OEM Dell windows xp service pack 3.

 

Windows XP is now finally loaded on my Dell OptiPlex 320. Such a simple solution, but one I would have never come across if it were not for this community.

 

Thank you from the bottom of my heart to every person who helped in this thread. You guys really are a wonderful help and I do appreciate every single post in this thread.

 

Thanks again!!!! :thumbup

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All is well that ends well. :)

Just for the record, as often happens, a "key" piece of info was missing initially (the fact that it was an "install from USB"), and I guess that having posted it here:
MSFN Forum
Unattended Windows Discussion & Support
Device Drivers
http://www.msfn.org/board/forum/88-device-drivers/
instead of:
MSFN Forum
Member Contributed Projects
Install Windows from USB
http://www.msfn.org/board/forum/157-install-windows-from-usb/

sent people looking for a wild goose chase, at least that happened to me :blushing: , I was completely deceived :w00t::ph34r: by this issue that while it didn't at all look like a X,Y,Z problem, was actually a (slight) form of the X,Y,Z problem:

http://homepage.ntlworld.com./jonathan.deboynepollard/FGA/put-down-the-chocolate-covered-banana.html

 

jaclaz

 

 

 

 

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Yip. Oversight on my part for not including that key piece of info. Thank you very much for all your patience and assistance nonetheless.

 

You guys on this forum really are great!

Edited by ambroseg1

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not including that key piece of info.

Thank's to ambroseg1 for asking the USB question.

I've to admit: I did't expected a USB at a desktop machine. My fault.

And assumed using a plain XP install CD before.

That's why a community is nice.

Different pre defined opinions, expectations, conditions and knowledge produces a solution finally.

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I've to admit: I did't expected a USB at a desktop machine. My fault.

And assumed using a plain XP install CD before.

Which makes me not alone but rather in good company. :)

 

That's why a community is nice.

Different pre defined opinions, expectations, conditions and knowledge produces a solution finally.

Well said :yes:.

jaclaz

Edited by jaclaz

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