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I wanted to changed my laptop from windows vista home premium to windows xp professional. So xp installed fine then i had a set of drivers for xp which i had downloaded for Lenovo 3000 N200 AFU, SO i ran the drivers and even ran BIOS 68et35ww after which again the system errors are coming and when i'm trying to again set up xp using the disc, it shows hard disk not found. What should i do now and how?

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IT IS BETTER THAT YOU FORMAT YOUR DRIVE C: THEN AFTER THAT YOU WILL INSTALL THE WINDOWS XP

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Download the SATA drivers for that laptop from the site. When installing Xp, press F6 at the begining of installation when it prompts for third party drivers and avail the drivers you downloaded when prompted.

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Whenever you are using the basic installation CD for windows XP, it seems like it does not have the driver for your hard drive on this CD. if you go to:

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-67897.html

there is a walk through on how to do so and the driver to download. If this laptop does not have a USB floppy drive, you can also download all the drivers and use a program called Nlite that makes unattended installation's which you can copy the installation CD to your hard drive, put your windows key into the installation where you dont have to type it in, and put all drivers you need into the CD so that when it gets done installing you dont have any issues with no hard drive showing up, or have to install any drivers except for printers or scanners if you copied them all.

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