ive updated my bios and still this crap wont work.. ill just go buy another SATA hard drive and run off that... ohh well
When you are entering the XP setup and when it prompts a message asking you to press F6 to install any third party SCSI devices, Insert a floppy with the ITE812F driver for XP to recognize the hardrives on there if you are planning to install XP on the IDE Hardrives. Also, if you have image devices such as Daemon Tools on your current OS, REMOVE THEM SOMEHOW!!!mode2 said:Hei, thx for the help, I made sure that in my BIOS the ITE8212F Controller is on "IDE MODE". I put the main HDD on the grey cable and the slave on the black one (ad: lol, I always had the main HDD on the black cable and slave on the grey, now I switched it). Now the system recognizes the 2 HDD!
It seems to work, but when the system tries to load WinXP I get a blue screen for about half a second saying that there's an error somewhere ( I already had this error before. :-( )
My computer's reseting then and loads again. I tried to start XP in every way (Secure mode, secure mode with netword and so on).
What do you suggest, re-install WinXP?!
ad: when I try to install WinXP from the CD-Rom, the install manager tells me, that there where no HDD detected. :-(
hmm, maybe I just install one of my S-ATA HDD as main drive. But will the system recognize the other HDDs when XP is finally running? that's pretty important to me. :-(
greets and thx!