Re: Vista ask for drivers before installing
The SATA drivers can be on CD...Floppy...USB stick. Unlike XP Vista will
allow you to search any of those locations.
The drivers can usually be found on your mobo CD..
"Charlie" <Charlie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> so I should have the SATA drivers in a USB or floppy? those drivers are
> in the motherboard driver disc? (or were?)
> another interesting thing I noticed during the "browse" option given to me
> is that the DVD drive was no were to be found, is this normal? or Vista
> not recognise my DVD writer? and this is causing problems?
> "Richard Urban" wrote:
>> Most likely drivers for your SATA hard drive. They must be installed
>> the Vista installer can recognize the drive.
>> Richard Urban
>> Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User
>> (For email, remove the obvious from my address)
>> "Charlie" <Charlie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Ok after booting in and setting the keyboard and stuff I click on the
>> > install
>> > and it should ask me for the lincense (acording to what ive read on the
>> > internet) I get a screen asking me for drivers and I have the option to
>> > scan
>> > and browse
>> > drivers for what?
>> > what should I do here?