Dos Sata Cd-rom Driver
Back to top #4 Barnack Barnack Topic Starter Members 87 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Italy Local time:10:59 PM Posted 10 February 2014 - 01:17 PM I've tryed changing SATA settings, but As Platypus posted, if you change your BIOS to IDE mode from AHCI, it may see the hard drive, but I would try using Puppy linux. Posted by Btan57 on 7 Aug 2007 10:02 I've tried GCDROM in a Dimension 9200 (aka DXP061, G965 chipset) but it doesn't appear to work. I also checked the Silicon Image web site and it says "Operating Systems that are not listed above are not supported". have a peek at these guys
It should be able to do anything you were trying to do with DOS. Edited by JohnC_21, 10 February 2014 - 03:13 PM. You can make a CD (or USB stick) which will boot its own copy of windows and have access to your hard drive and CD drive when set to AHCI mode, For sata drives you just have to have the drivers on your floppy and F6 them as you would do during a windows install.
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SET PATH=C:\ Edit: you will have to substitute the drive letter of the USB drive for C:\ in the above command. That will affect the DOS prompt but it shouldn't affect programs such as Ghost, which should still be able to see the hard drives (pretending to be IDE drives if you If you really want to boot in dos, set your sata as standard-ide in your bios.
You will find the updated version (internet) here and the version described in this manual page here. PCMCIA Card Services Resource Download Page ~ PCMCIA Support for DOS & Windows 3.1 Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members DOS will not see NTFS or GPT (GUID Partition Table) From Here Microsoft MS-DOS versions 4.0 and later allow FDISK to partition hard disks up to 4 gigabytes (GB) in Freedos This is what I did.1:- Connect SATA drive as a ide using adapter.2:- Boot up from A: and clear C: with dos 6.22 FDISK.3:- Switch off/wait/switch on and boot from A:
MSCDEX.EXE is provided as part of MS-DOS and sometimes on Install Disk as well. Dos Cd Rom Driver if the person had legit copy of norton ghost he could just boot from the norton ghost CD... I tried a GCDROM.SYS file I got from the Gigabyte site, but it doesn't work, most likely because it is made for a different SATA chipset. It also includes a load of other utilities which are useful if your windows install blows up.
Click HERE Utilities Helpdesk HOME HOME Utilities Helpdesk If I weren't so afraid of needles I'd have "Bootdisk.Com" tatoo'd on my body. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/2520/how-did-i-get-infected/Forum Rules, The BC Welcome Guide 167 @ June 2015 Back to top #7 Nuno111 Nuno111 Members 1 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:59 PM Posted 06 May 2014 - 08:23 AM I've noticed that when XP has a problem with some (not all) SATA hard disks, it isn't actually the SATA hard disk which requires a special driver, it's the motherboard's SATA GCDROM.SYS supports all SATA Native IDE controller, such as Intel ICH6/ICH7/ICH8, Jmicron 363/368, NVidia CK804/MCP55/MCP51 etc.
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SET PATH=C:\ As there isn't Config.sys, i can't find any autoexec.bat... More about the author I don't want to let you hurry, but... It supports at least some laptop hermaphrodite drives (drives whose model numbers don't exclusively ID them as ATAPI or SATA) for which regular ATAPI drivers don't work.http://www.computing.net/answers/ha...Ubuntu Cheeta, Ubuntu ! Making the drive a FAT drive will destroy any data already on the drive, Then if the drive is partitioned for FAT16 and formatted FAT16 then the contents will be seen. Shsucdx
Yes, it is real.You need to download the file and create your own bootdisk (floppy or CD/DVD). I need to boot to DOS to run an old CDROM game. Clearly someone has gotten this working. check my blog I tried a GCDROM.SYS file I got from the Gigabyte site, but it doesn't work, most likely because it is made for a different SATA chipset.
Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... Since moving from an IDE to SATA DVD/CD writer, I cannot access any of them via Acronis's boot, cd or flashcard boot disks. I also checked the Silicon Image web site and it says "Operating Systems that are not listed above are not supported".
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I used the HP Windows Format Utility for USB to create the floppy image on USB. Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve Sata Drive in dos Booting DOS from SATA drive fails? Peroria AZ USA Very useful stuff for all PC problems. The OP hasn't participated in this thread since 25 June.We don't know whether he's solved the problem or not.
Edited by Platypus, 09 February 2014 - 06:11 PM. Does anybody have a working dvd-rom driver for sata for DOS? The optical drives in the machine are: TSSTcorp CD-RW/DVD-ROM TS-H493A TSSTcorp DVD+/-RW TS-H653A GCDROM does work in an Optiplex 745 (non-RAID, Q965 chipset). Just for the record, I'm booting to DOS using a news Here is one example.
Get the answer Joe_The_DragonSep 6, 2007, 6:31 AM DOSBOXand there are better cdrom dos drivers with DMA. I've only heard of DOS drivers for accessing AHCI DVD drives - otherwise someone would have to develop a DOS driver for each brand (and possibly model) of SATA controller chip.