Net is the opinions of its users. Good day One of our employees laptop just suddenly stopped working he says. I have a Dell Inspiron 530s desktop ; came with Vista; now upgrading trying to to Windows7; I have the same need as the original querant, for a disk driver prior to the Win7 setup continuing to begin. Check with your manufacturer to see if they have Windows 7 compliant drivers for use in your machine. Hopefully you have one of those stickers. Load Driver Options Menu: With the correct driver loaded your drive should now be seen. So you are booted into the installation and your keyboard and mouse is working? Type select volume 1 type whatever volume is the drive you want to install the image on.
Click load driver to provide a mass storage driver for installation. I also agree and feel this is not just a little software issue like Dell wants to claim. Some computer cases just use a slider tab to secure the drive. So is it intel I should be looking at or in fact Samsung! Where are you browsing for drivers? Here are two ideas, and I have run up against both issues personally: 1. I feel Dell is wrong in trying to push customers to purchase the software support.
Based on comments and other research I have done, changing the values of the following Start registry keys to either 0 or 3 might also be necessary. How do I fix it so that I can use the second drive? Try solutions below to fix the problem. I am curious though as to what will happen when I plug the W10 drive into bay 2 as I have already verified that it can boot from that bay. System is stable and runs fine but it is just bothersome as for years if I seen a yellow question or exclamination mark in Device manager I was always able to figuire out the driver issue but in this case their is no information to even know what hardware has the issue and adress it. I clicked install driver, and Win 7 was unable to find the correct driver to install. If the static zaps your computer, you might fry your system.
The archive can be extracted with an archiving program. Sounds like bad or damaged media. The problem driver may have a yellow mark next to it like this: If you are having difficulty with updating driver manually, you can use to help you. Make sure that the electrical connections are pointed outward so that you can get to them. You could also try doing an upgrade install from Windows Vista.
I removed every single drive and left only a blank one in drive-bay 1 and followed this tutorial successfully: I am going to wait for Windows 7 to finish updating before I attempt the last part whereby I remove the boot menu options. I always get the error that a driver is missing. I am moving your post to the Getting Ready For Windows 7 forum. First you need to select your language, then Time and currency. It allows you to customize your installation disc. You can use it to scan your computer to detect problem drivers then download new drivers. This screen basically means that the install disk can't find the hard drive because it doesnt know what kind of hard disk controller you have.
So it looks like all these drivers are incompatible. Sooner or later I will get this hardware idenified and find the drivers that are required I just hope I can before this gives me permenent brain damage. If you are still under warranty, I think Dell should help you. Since v2 does not run under Windows 8. I think someone who actually has an Area-51 and has done a clean-install on it is going to have to help you. That seems very strange since it shouldn't look for drivers until after that. By marking a post as Answered, or Helpful you help others find the answer faster.
Sorry, my instructions does not work. If the drivers do not exist, you can instruct the bootstrapper to load the drivers from an external device the old floppy with windows xp and earlier , or usb device with Windows 7. Not sure if that is still the case. When I try ti install Win 7 I get a message to load sata drivers. A few hours of my life gone, but at least I learned something! After talking with a tech support guy, he diagnosed the slow performance of my computer as being likely rooted in the fact that I was missing a driver classic. What you do next is dependent on whether the laptop is still under warranty. I finally got it working, but I ran into problems with the Windows 7 setup.
Update: With the variety of hardware and drivers out there, it seems that my procedure above does not always work. If I try to upgrade it shows the drive and both partitions and want's to know which partition. When I got to the point where I am telling the installer what I want to do with my hard drives I have two huge ones I formated both hard drives. With Professional version, all drivers can be downloaded and installed with just 1 click. In Device Manager, if you see a yellow mark next to the device, the driver is having a problem.