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Posted 8 Jan 2011Disable the Kicker plugin !Multiboot: USB PE-Boot Without Bios Support".
Posted 8 Jan 2011Nvrd32 is a used in addition with nvgts.sys.
Add registry settings for nvgts http://www.ubcd4win.com/... indpost&p=74215
Posted 8 Jan 2011Is there any way to add the dvorak layout to UBCD4Win?
Quotebeing able to set it would be even better.
Run a editor, open Edit file \UBCD4Win\plugin\ !Critical\UserSettings\ User-Settings.inf
Edit and add lines
Quote;0x1, "Keyboard Layout\Preload", "1", "00000409" ; English (United States)
0x1, "Keyboard Layout\Preload", "1", "00010409" ; Dvorak US English
; 0x1, "Keyboard Layout\Preload", "1", "00030409" ; Dvorak US English - left hand
; 0x1, "Keyboard Layout\Preload", "1", "00040409" ; Dvorak US English - right hand
Posted 6 Jan 2011This is a Dell Dimension 9200; not sure what the motherboard is. Where should I look?
That's a Intel ICH8 chip. Add Intel drivers.
QuoteI think it is a RAID controller running an AHCI BIOS, if that makes sense.
QuoteI tried loading the XP OS from both a MS disk and the Dell Installation disk which came with the PC. Both ended up at the BSOD.
When do you get the BSOD?
The Dell Installation disk should contain relating AHCI drivers.
Does exist a file iastor.sys?
QuoteI tried using the SeaTools for DOS, but the ISO image I burned on a CD would not boot from the DVD drive, so I was unable to test the HDD.
Try the legacy version.
Or boot UCD4Win, download windlg from WD. Run windlg and test seagate hard disk.
Posted 5 Jan 2011I have also spent a lot of time (mind.. as an end-user!) in trying to figure out what I might doing wrong.
You use a seldom used hardware combination. Obviously this hasn't been tested, nor reported lately.
Worse at a time a major manufacturer provides half broken driver.
However new hardware require this driver.
Nobody on earth can provide a always working XP mass storage driver set.
At curtain circumstances, add own drivers.
QuoteI think, my major problem is:
- how to add my raid-drivers (using various controlers)
- what files are required
- in what folder structure (where to put them under SCSIAdapter, different folders? in 1 folder?)
Read the integrated help files: drivers.htm
SCSIAdapter, different folders. But don't use double *.sy? driver names.
Quoteas per above, i.e. under SCSIAdapter I created 3 folders, ITE,SIL,Intel and put the files there.
It was a wild guess only, maybe it would work, maybe not, it was worth trying.
(disabled driverpacks mass-storage in plugins)
Nobody without your hardware could predict the result.
E.g. Silicon Image provide driver version relating to firmware version.
QuoteHappy to advise - it works!
I have a working CD now and the drives are all detected.
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