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i would love to help you out furthermore but my own rule its that give advices on the system i am runing. koroshb, Apr 10, 2011 #7 koroshb Thread Starter Joined: Aug 31, 2009 Messages: 234 I currently have win. 7 and I am trying to install fresh on a seperate partition. I have been thoroughly impressed with the stability and the UI is honestly a joy to use.Brad C.Wednesday, 16 February 2005 03:53:51 UTCXP Pro -> Media Center 2004 was a breeze Same thing goes for scrolling up and down pages in my browser or in a Word document, it just has that lag before it reacts to any input.Click to expand... http://midsolutions.org/xp-media/windows-xp-media-center-edition-2005-download-iso.html

XP MCE is much more fragile when it comes to driver compatibility, so it's best to do a clean install anyway.MCE 2005 is a GREAT product btw, everyone who has seen jrodrig44, Oct 22, 2009 #3 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,581 thisisausername: Before you take the plunge and format the hard drive and do a fresh install When attempting to install Windows XP or a previous version on an AHCI-enabled system, setup will fail with the error message "setup could not detect hard disk drive..." since no drivers Shouldn’t it be the "4P(IDE)+2S(RAID)" setting for best performance since I am using a SATA drive?

I just needed to reinstall the graphics card drivers, which I forgot to do after I reinstalled the OS. Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues19902000 Jan 2000Feb 2000Mar 2000Apr 2000May 2000Jun 2000Jul 2000Aug 2000Sep 2000Autumn 2000Oct 2000Nov 2000Dec 2000Jan 2001Feb 2001Mar 2001Apr 2001May 2001Jun 2001Jul 2001Aug 2001Sep This problem can be corrected by either using a floppy disk or by slipstreaming the appropriate drivers into the Windows XP installation CD, or by turning on IDE emulation in the Stay logged in Sign up now!

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Option 3 is what you would want, but may require a sata driver (press f6,etc) on installation of windows. I hope! Join our site today to ask your question. Not to mention the 15 variations of floppy disk drivers I tried.

Let me start simply by asking which of these three Bios settings should I be using for a SATA drive? 1.) 4P(IDE)+2S(IDE) 2.) 4P(IDE)+2S(RAID) 3.) 4P(IDE)+2S(AHCI) See screenshot of these BIOS but i am sure anyone else here can help you. Just let it do it's thing just keep an eye on it. But I'm still learning all this stuff.

No jumpers, mobos and cases clearly marked, SATA is great. Get More Info Andrew BaumThursday, 17 February 2005 08:11:35 UTCScott,While taking your C# class at OIT last term I was in the process of custom-building an MCE PC myself. I Google'd around, and I found out about this Nlite thing. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

Or not since ”jumper” settings only apply to IDE drives? SP3 has several SATA drivers. Regards OS3Systems :. useful reference Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. I wish I knew, bro. Er, what I really mean is: I'm so damn cheap, that I'm thinking of upgrading my LAPTOP's HDD, then using the replaced 160GB drive in my older eMachines DESKTOP by replacing

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Hmmmmm. Both will run on a plain Windows XP and offers some extra features.Glenn F. The easy fixes never seem to work for me either. Sorry about that.

No, create an account now. My recomendation would be to go with AMD64. If any devices have exclamation points beside them, then they're missing drivers. http://midsolutions.org/xp-media/xp-media-center-2005-crashes.html I currently recommend the LARGER standard ATX Ahanix 601.