Re: Vista Home Premium OEM stopped and prompted for driver disk
I had the same problem.
It was "solved" by using my oldest DVD-Burner to install Vista OEM (64bits),
Not the best workaround,,.
I'm still looking for a list of compatible & non compatibale DVD drives
(with links to drivers)
"Mick Murphy" <MickMurphy@discussions.microsoft.com> schreef in bericht
> The SATA Drivers too?
> Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia
> "DH" wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> The process stucked on the prompt for driver disk. Detials step as follow
>> 1. boot from OEM DVD
>> 2. Vista loading itself to memory
>> 3. Language selection screen shown up, select the language
>> 4. Install screen applied, click "Install Now"
>> 5. The window run for a while, and pop up a window and the message that,
>> driver not found, and prompted for driver disk.
>> 6. insert the driver CD from the mainbroad company, and select all the
>> related drivers using the browse button to locate the driver on the CD.
>> it just stucked on the promt the driver disk again and again even the
>> were all selected.
>> System info:
>> Mainbroad: Gigabyte GA-965GM-DS2
>> Memory: Kingston 1Gx2
>> HDD: Seagate 160GB SATA
>> Please help advising any mistake I made. Thanks.