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Microstar ms-7103 (661fm3-v)does not see a sata drive

I have a machine that i need to reformat and put a fresh load of XP pro on. Whenever I boot from xp pro cd it does not see a sata drive.The machine will boot up to that drive. i have looked all over for asata driver to install at the F6 prompt but have found none. Can anyonehelp me out here?

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The Bios sees my new SATA 750GB HDD but shows it as 0GB in Size and no options to format. XP does not see the drive. How do I format it from the BIOS Setup Menu? It is connected correctly.


so what is the 1st drive, and is it IDE or SATA.
or is one a
why are you using XP is it 32bit or 64? ill answer for 32..
its a dead OS,totally dead,and virus magnet and the MS PnP severs are shut down.
XP also MUST have the SP3 installed or the THING cant find any modern, SATA chips and many other devices.
im looking at your MOBO now,
it has 4 sata jacks
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and 1 IDE jack let me guess this is what Drive one, IDE (pata)
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and XP pukesssss, as all XP does (cept mine)

SSDD. Same stuff different day,
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or find the driver missing that MS cant find, XP is dead.
but wait XP needs a Floppy drive to load the correct driver.
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https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-compaq-dc7600-convertible-minitower-pc/472276

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Boot to your XP Pro OS CD and hit enter to load OS. Hit f8 to accept agreement. Delete present partition and you'll get an option to format the C drive and load a fresh version of XP. If you don't want to load XP again- boot to the XP disk and go into the Recovery console - after logging in, type format at the C: prompt.

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