Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
This problem is common with the L300 series as well as others. It's related to the fact Vista was pre-installed. Has to do with partitioning.
What you have to do is power on the Laptop and then press F2 to get into the BIOS menu. Then scroll down to the SATA option and change it from ACHI to Compatibility then exit saving your changes (F10) and then reboot your Laptop from the XP Operating System disk.
It will now let you install Windows XP or any other Operating System.
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