UEFI systems require a disk formatted in FAT32, so in the format step use fs=fat32 rather than NTFS if your system is UEFI. Rick P. Please Help.Board: Mercury PI945GCMHDD: SATA, DVD ROM - IDE.BIOS settingsOnboard SATA Controller:EnabledOnboard IDE controller:Enabled.If win 8 does not detect my HDD then how can I browse for drivers in my HDD. Download a disk testing tool to test the drive.
Make sure you use the same driver as how you have the bios set to: IDE or AHCI mode. These are the default settings, and allow Windows to download drivers and automatically configure new hardware. I dual boot with the Bios instead of mess with BCDEdit commands. "THERE IS AS YET INSUFFICIENT DATA FOR A MEANINGFUL ANSWER" (LOL) :) Rick P. Change IDE mode to AHCI.
Solution 5.Change disk controller mode from IDE to AHCI. No drivers were found. Next unplug your usb and plug it into another port, then click install. Please insert the installation media...etc..." Windows 8.1 Factory restore "Missing installation media" error.
FAQ | Help Tutorial Menu Home Products Partition Wizard Free Edition Partition Wizard Professional Edition Partition Wizard Server Edition Partition So how come I was able to do so? Locate the Unknown Device RELATED ARTICLEHow to Use the Windows Device Manager for Troubleshooting You'll see information about Unknown Devices in the Device Manager. The Update Driver Software wizard loads information from all the INF files in the folder you're in automatically, so it doesn't matter which one you choose.Find many folders with INF files?