Question about Intel Motherboard
I need to install Windows XP SP2 on my computer(Desktop) and I'm using a SATA drive. The problem is that my computer doesn't recognise the drive. Ok. I have to install the drivers for my motherboard to recognise the drive. From what I read on the internet I have to use Belarc Advisor to see what type is my motherboard to know where to find the drivers. Then I need to create a floppy disk with those drivers. And press F6 at the installation of windows. The problem is I don't have the motherboard CD. So....how do I create the floppy? (I read that it has to contain some makedisk.exe which I don't know where to find).
I keep trying to solve this for 2 weeks. Please help.
Don't need to use a floppy - copy the files to a USB Flash drive, and when the Windows asks for the source, select the drive.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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