You don’t want to press the F6 key during your installation. Click System and Maintenance, then click System. To do this, go to C: Click Yes to restart the computer. SIF using your favorite text editor.

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If you do not have a diskette drive, you can install Intel Matrix Storage Manager Driver by the following alternative procedure:.

When prompted, insert the diskette that you created in step 2, and press Enter. Attach a diskette drive to your computer. Click Close when the installation has completed. Select Specify a location only in Optional search locations.

Click Start, select Settings, and click Control Panel. System Center Configuration Manager. SIF in i folder.

Imported the drivers into SCCM driver repository, created a driver package and added the drivers. Select Search for the best driver in these locations and Include this location in the search. Extract the file from iastor-sata-drivers Thursday, November ahic, 1: Configuration Manager General.


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To continue the installation, press Enter again. Thursday, November 18, 4: Click System and Maintenance, then click System.

Click No, not this time, and then click Next. Click Browse…, then select the driver location and then click Next.

A minimum of 1GB available hard disk space for CD’s. Otherwise your computer will not respond; it will only display a blue screen.

So it seems to me that I’m unable to import the Intel Matrix Storage dirver correctly. Tuesday, November 27, When the System Settings Change window appears, click Yes. Please do not post these instructions on any other site.

Dell D, Windows XP and SATA Drive | Raul A. Monsalve

Extract the downloaded mass storage drivers to a temp directory 3. In my case, I have ‘limited’ the driver matching to only select from a category of suitable mass storage devices. I put a lot of time into getting these to work properly. Select No, not this time and click Next.


It looks haci we being too restrictive with what types of devices we show as boot critical drivers.

Dell D630, Windows XP and SATA Drive

Click Device Manager button. Create a folder called OS on your hard drive C: Click Update Driver button. Sign in to vote. I was able to get the Eata drivers to work by following these steps: