Question about Samsung MZ-7TE120BW 120 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive SATA III
It starts the installation, but then tells, it's missing some drivers and doesn't continue. I tried the disk supplied with the SSD and tried downloading the latest drivers from the internet. It didn't help =(
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you mean the drivers for your SATA harddisk, you should have gotten a CD with your motherboard that contains drivers they might be labeled as RAID, sata, or EIDE controller. when you click that it should prompt you for a floppy disk to put the drivers on, you need to put a floppy disk in drive A and then extract the RAID drivers to your floppy, when installing windows press F6 at the begining of the installation and it will act like it didn't work for a minute and then it will pop up asking you something, you press S and then you will be asked to insert your floppy disk. It might ask you if you want to install the x86 or x64 drivers, x86 is 32bit and x64 is 64 bit, if you don't know which you are using it should tell you somewhere on your windows disk. another option is to get a sata controller that isn't part of your motherboard, it would be a pci-e card and it would come with drivers. I don't know where you could download your drivers from because I think the driver you need is specific to the type of SATA controller your motherboard has in it, but I do know that seagate and western digital have sata drivers available as well for their harddrives so I don't know what to tell you. best shot is your motherboard driver CD.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
The error you're recieving is a fair warning that the hard drive is about to die, if it were a "replace engine" light on your dash you would know what to do. Time for a new drive. If there's any dat on the old drive you need you have already comprimised it by re-installing windows, if so STOP using it and let me know your Country, state, city... from a different computer and I will point you to a data recovery specailist. If it's just a workhorse or you have it backed up, buy a new drive, re-install on it and you're back in business.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: i just installed a formatted
The drive you installed is formatted (wiped clean). It has no operating system to boot from... tthat's the NTLDR error.Power off the machine with the Win98 CD in the CD drive. Power up the machine and while the machine is POSTing (starting up showing you what's in it) watch for something saying to hit any key to boot from CD and at that point press any key . The machine should then boot from the Win98 CD and start the install
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
SOURCE: I removed the samsung hd501lj
You need to prepare the drive for Windows. This unfortunately usually means reformatting. You should be able to tell it to reformat and prepare the drive from the disk management console if you right click on the disc.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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