HD not detected During Windows XP Pro install

By Duin ยท 6 replies
Oct 25, 2005
  1. Hey could anyone help me with my problem... im trying to install Windows XP Pro onto my rebuilt computer and the windows setup is not detecting the drive at all... but my system detects it :confused: :suspiciou ... i have an Asus K8V Delux mobo and i already tried to install my Sata drivers but it still isnt detecting the HD... the type of hd i tried to install into it is a maxitor 100gig Sata hard drive. you can message me on AiM at Shadow Of Midgar or E-mail me at Crzywun2001@yahoo.com or repost here... if you need anymore info on my comp just let me know and ill post up whatever i need to... i jsut want my computer working.... i gotta Start my Dark Age of Camelot up again!!!!!!!!!!
  2. The_Maestro

    The_Maestro TS Rookie Posts: 52


    have you set up your SATA raid drives first? There should be an option when booting up to access your SATA configuration. and then when booting up into XP press F6 as soon as the system analysis starts.
  3. Duin

    Duin TS Rookie Topic Starter

    im pretty sure i did... but ill check again...
  4. Duin

    Duin TS Rookie Topic Starter

    ok well i got it to go into the raid setup but i cant chose anything at all... i cant create nor delete any of the arrays.... adn well its seeming that i am beginning to run out of options... and im gearing twords just going out and building a whole new computer...
  5. Duin

    Duin TS Rookie Topic Starter

    thanks alot dude... your idea unfortuneately did not work but it did inspire another idea of mine that did work.... thanks alot for all the help...
  6. Duin

    Duin TS Rookie Topic Starter

    ok well im now having the same problem again... i got windows installed but then about an hour later my system crashed and stoped working again... now im experinceing the same problem
  7. Duin

    Duin TS Rookie Topic Starter

    ok well its working again.... but i got no audio at all... even when i down load the drives.....
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