Andreas Eibach;316200 Wrote:
> > Makes no sense, as these drivers DO need to be installed to
> the HDD at all.
> Otherwise, setup pretends as if there was no SATA disk attached at all.
I thought asking you to install without these drivers would be good way
to know if the drivers you where using could be the problem or if vista
did have a driver and just didnt tell you, sometimes setup just cant
tell if it has loaded drivers that work for your system.
glad to see don`s method got your install working, here is a tweaking
guide to get vista working better..'TweakGuides.com - The TweakGuides
Tweaking Companion' (http://www.tweakguides.com/TGTC.html
) I suggest
getting a program called vista manager, it makes tweaking performance
options easy, especially since vista doesnt detect the right cpu cache
and other related settings and needs to be done manually.