On Sun, 11 Mar 2007 14:47:00 -0700, patruns
>My Intel board (D845BG) is no longer supported and the primary and secondary
>channel drivers are not compatible with Vista. I can't believe a simple
>driver issue would prevent me from installing Vista. Does anyone know of a
>work around? Maybe a generic driver that would work? I am using IDE drives.
>This should be a no brainer.
Where message do you get from the Vista Upgrade Advisor?
The first IDE controller issue I've read, usually SATA.
Have you checked the Intel web site for new drivers?
One fix requiring you dig a little deep in your pocket but cheaper
they buying a new MB is to get an IDE controller card that plugs into
your MB. Just be sure IT is Vista capable.
Something along the lines of this:
I just picked the first that popped up in a Google search. You also
need to match to your MB's slots but SIIG is a good brand check out
THEIR web site directly.