I’ll post back once I install XP and all my other goodies. Or what else should I do?! Sat Aug 04, 1: I chose “Try Ubuntu without Installing” and I just have a fast blinking cursor Sorry I was unclear. You can verify this somewhere in the installation I forgot where exactly , but after re-installing including the drivers via nLite, the drives are recognized and function using the SATA protocol.
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Will that give me some sort of performance boost that the IDE emulation thingie does not?
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After going through this build, the nLite solution is by far the best. Joined Oct Posts 2.
It appears that there are only three floppy drives that are compatible dp35dl the XP installer– all USB. Non est mea culpa, in latinum. If anything NCQ will be a slight performance hit at low-loads, which is all most single-user configurations are capable of doing. So, thanks again for the great suggestion.
Intel DP35DP Mobo – Sata – AHCI or IDE?
It’s not my fault. It’s a lot easier than it sounds There, only a Bios-reset with the yellow now well-made jumper helps. Last Jump to page: I did a new install then copied the new registry entries to the old hard drive.
Please excuse any mistakes that dp53dp have slipped in my post. What can I do at this point? Maybe this will be better with Vista.
Not sure if this made something worse? This may be of interest to anyone experiencing similar difficulties.
Mad Doggie Ars Praefectus Tribus: They all need DDR3. I’m going to try just a Unetbootin Ubuntu flash drive and see if that works, which I doubt; I will update this post with the inteel. I’m guessing it could be one of the two following, but I’m hoping that someone with more expertise has a better idea of how to fix it: I have to really thank you for your post: I need AHCI enabled to dual boot with Linux and also have secondary sata drives that xp is not seeing.
I’ve never built a SATA system.
Windows 7 installation – DP35DP AHCI or Raid dr |Intel Communities
This requires installing the RAID drivers, which come on a floppy. USB Boot also doesn’t work either.
Do I have to put iastor. The only thing holding up the release is that Microsoft has yet to work out the system the installation crystal uses to incinerate software pirates. It is only necessary to point to the file containing the complete contents of the RAID floppy disk; nLite takes the. Make it so, energize, number one.