Question about Seagate HDD 40GB 7200RPM ATA100 2MB (ST340014AP) Hard Drive
SCSI Drivers are only an optional part.
This is not a problem with your driver floppies.
The problem is with the linux being preinstalled on the HD.
Linux uses many types of file-systems. Even if it was NTFS or FAT, it is most probable that windows xp cd won't be able to recognize it; because, it may use unsupported method of formatting.
What you have to do is;
1. Format the two HDs by either
Now, you can create any number of partition, format, etc during win XP installation.
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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