I still get the bleu screen with the white words, after the drivers are copied from the install-cd I had burned with nlite. Here it is, just slip the drivers into the disc and it works fine.. I press enter but nothing happens. OEM in Notepad or any other text editor. It’s stupid but works.. Joined Oct 21, Messages 2 0. Select the correct driver and off you go!

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Please help me its relly urgent. One obvious problem you may encounter is a lack of floppy drive. Joined Sep 4, Messages 1 0.

You need to narrow-down where the problem is coming from.

Not many PCs include them nowadays and certainly no laptops! Joined Mar 13, Messages 2 0. Use bootitngi use it for years, up to 16 primary partitions and more but not at the same time it is very small and you will be astonished what it can, try it and forget about all the rest, see their site for more information icy. Glad to hear you have this working now as i have the same issue, could i ask what drivers did Intel point you towards?


Select the correct driver and off you go! Joined Nov 11, Messages 1 0.


I downloaded and installed nLite version 1. Posted October 4, ANy thoughts on what to do from here? Posted October 13, I downloaded drivers alleged to be compatible with my hardware from www. You may be able to load the drivers off a USB key – but it may need to be formatted data look like a floppy, and I can’t really help you with n-e. Anyone know where I can get this stupid driver for xp I then found this posting:.

ICH9M-E/M SATA AHCI driver? | TechPowerUp Forums

Joined Aug 10, Messages 1 0. I downloaded the 32 bit SATA driver from here: Download the drivers from the link given by niko f6flpy This is a minor glitch which I hope to track down and fix shortly, as I remember seeing a post about that problem somewhere on the staa.

It’s stupid but works. Core 2 Duo T Chipset: Posted December 19, Fortunately our company directors have always had a preference for the smallest laptops available.

If you cannot boot into your system I suspect that your only choice is to go back to factory settings and proceed from there. Sorry for any trouble – and thanks once again for your response.


I am going to have to research that for a bit, and perhaps find a different tool to enable the dual-boot process. Slipped it into a new xp disc and zam xp installed I downloaded AHCI drivers from the floppy but is still shci blue screen. Windows XP, 7, 8,10 x netbook due to viruses.

No one is there who solvemy problem? Downloaded it from Intel and guess what the driver isn’t an option from the floppy Using an Acronis recovery CD and Acronis recovery archives created via regular backups means that I can recover from a catastrophic error such as the one you describe by inserting the CD, choosing partition restoration and pointing to the right recovery archive, usually on an external hard drive or 2nd hard drive within the machine if there is one.