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- SOLVED: Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your
- Compaq presario v3000 Free Driver Download for Windows XP
Compaq Presario V3604TU Notebook PC Software and Drivers | HP
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SOLVED: Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your
That fact that you are getting that far indicates that the hard disk is being detected (although C: could be mapping to a different drive such as your DVD).
Compaq presario v3000 Free Driver Download for Windows XP
Our test unit was configured with Microsoft Windows XP Professional, but you can also opt for XP Home with the Inspiron E6955, you can get both of those or XP Media Center Edition. With the Presario V8555, HP also throws in a decent bundle of software, including the basic productivity Microsoft Works suite a few disc playing and burning apps its own QuickPlay multimedia program, which can play CDs and DVDs whether or not Windows is booted and a handful of wireless and tech support utilities.
Your solution #6 works for me up to the step #6. But I could not change the BOIS setting back to SATA after the XP setup. If I do so, the blue screen will come back again saying the HD can not be found.
I dont know but i hooked it to an external monitor and it didnt show anything. Is there anything i can do and is it worth it.
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I have the same problem after using DBAN. I don’t know what to do to fix this problem. I have a Toshiba Satellite L95-69Y Originally with Windows Vista. I triying to install Windows XP.
OK so I followed Solution 6 and was able to install Windows just fine that way, but now when I switch the setting back to AHCI my laptop gives me a BSOD when attempting to load Windows. Switching it back to “Compatibility” mode allows me to boot Windows normally. Any suggestions?
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I am still not sure what is going on. Have I missed any steps? Or it is just a general hard failure (hard disk interface controller or the hard disk itself). What do you reckon?