View September 17, After Installing the Windows XP on my Optiplex ,there are 5 unidentified devices listed in device manager. And will it bring the Blue Screen in Future? By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. View May 11, View July 29,

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View November 2, Battery Voltage low message, once the battery was replaced I am auci getting that message. So, I ended up with the following:. Super User works best with JavaScript enabled.

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Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Maybe match your model. I have done this many of times so when I ran into this problem it has me smacking my head against the wall. Found similar steps on thread on Technet.

Changing From Ahci To Ata Or Legacy

And apparently the Optiplex does not support 2 drives in the configuration we purchased originally and complains. Marked as answer by DxStone Friday, October 23, 3: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.


Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Super User works best with JavaScript enabled. Figured restoring the image agci save me from having to do all this from scratch again…I guess not. View March 17, Which seems odd becuase it is functioning fine, and I even formatted it during the troubleshooting process yesterday after it wasn’t picked up.

Install Windows XP on Dell Optiplex 755 / 760 / 960 without AHCI SATA Driver

I made another further step. I am going to give it a try shortly.

What am I missing here? There is a broken dependency that was not there with Sata0, 1 ,2 and ESata enabled? Have also updated bios to most recent version. Download the file to a folder on your hard drive, and then run double-click it to unzip the set of files. View May 11, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Thanks for this quick tip: BTW – as stated de,l post 5 – the original View July 20, I confirmed it to be a driver problem.


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First, I used XP PRo no service pack, the system blue screened after it went through the motions of inspecting the system and setup is loading files and before getting to pressing F8 to continue. Is there any way to get past this?

Next – I tried achi off UseKernelCache in org. We have s running XP too. Remove all plugins from FakeSMC. I do not know who the manufacturer is so I can not download the drivers.