It should say that Windows already has a driver for that device — do you want to use the new one? Comments 2 Trackbacks 0 Leave a comment Trackback. Once you’ve hit it, wait for the next screen, which will be asking for your driver. You are commenting using your WordPress. So I got a new laptop for work. Email required Address never made public.
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Next was a clean install of Windows 7 64bit along with all the applications, sysadmin tools, development tools, etc… The one thing I forgot to do was to verify all the bios settings.
Firstly, go to Dell’s support website and select the downloads for your E laptop if you enter your service tag, you might find that there are no XP downloads available -use the product select instead. Links to the original articles are at the end of this post.
Dell Latitude E change drive to SATA IRRT after XP installation
Make sure it’s set to IRRT. These should be the Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers. It should say that Windows already has a driver for that device — do you want to use the new rirt After much searching I found a solution and am posting here in a single location for simplicity.
E6500 – Irrt
Save your BIOS changes and then reboot. Plug in your USB floppy, insert the disk and format it. Email required Address never made public. The problem was, whenever you booted to the XP cd you would get to the point just before you agree to the license and then hit f6500 blue screen with a SATA error code.
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Email Subscription Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. It would have been nice to go with an SSD but to get the amount of storage I need would have cost too much. You are commenting using your Facebook account. There were 4 drivers in the list for my laptops, trial and error will find the right one. Chuck’s Blog Tech or not; just stuff. Switch the NIC to Disabled.
Plug in your USB floppy, and insert jrrt floppy containing the drivers from earlier. Run the SATA driver installer and then restart. As always use this information at your own itrt and make sure you have a backup.
After that, it’s plain sailing — just don’t forget to enable all of your devices once you’ve irrtt XP!!! Also make sure you have your BitLocker recovery key available.
This is the second thread with the correct registry key information for the QM The tool and explanation can be downloaded on my blog: You will need a USB floppy drive, and a blank floppy disk. Extract the storage manager driver, and then copy the extracted files onto the floppy.
Notify me of new posts via email. Well of course you do, the old one blue screens. Once you’ve hit it, wait for the next screen, which will be asking for your driver. Comments 2 Trackbacks 0 Leave a comment Trackback.
Dell Latitude E6500 blue screen of death on XP install/downgrade/reinstall