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Sata controller well I assamble a new cpu, wich I have a mobo ASUS MN32SLI DELUXE, and the hard drive toshiba 320 Gb SATA, I'm trying to install the windows vista but I can't because the hard drive does not appear, I've tried to install the driver with a floppy disk but it said: non-system disk or disk error.what I should do?

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  • scotta01 Nov 20, 2007

    Hi, I am also having the same issue, whenever I boot up I either get a message that there is no system disk or it just hangs?

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copied those files in a floppy inside a folder "WIN_XP".. then during setup f6 for driver selection.. then i just located tat floppy for drivers and my drive thus got recognised

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