You will find the driver. Do you guys know if I can manually put the files in a certain directory or something to get it to boot and finish the installation? By mistake I left the disk in the floppy drive and rebooted. This is an old archive page of HWZ prior to revamp. When I did not hit F6 the XP installation started loading the usual files and then loaded the drivers from the floppy automatically. You are awesome Linderman. Whenever I hit F6 and load the drivers it blue screens directly afterward.
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ASUS P4P800 Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i865PE Series
I have no idea why it will automatically load the drivers from the disk but then not copy them during the file copy portion of the installation. The board comes in a full ATX form factor and it’s packed with a couple of other useful integrated devices, in addition to five PCI slots for added upgrading capabilities.
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asus p4p deluxe SATA raid problem – Tech Support Forum
Do you guys know if I can manually put the files in a certain directory or something to get it to boot and finish the installation? Xsus played with memory settings for weeks, timings and voltages as well, reinstalled XPPro several times, updated BIOS, got all newest drivers and run out of ideas The board comes with five PCI slots which provides ample space for upgrades.
The drives are working properly. I found this file the other day: The same thing happened though blue screen. Now it won’t run more than an hour without BSOD.
Standard SATA Operation on RAID Controller? (Asus P4PE Deluxe) – Ars Technica OpenForum
A proprietary WiFi connector is included on the board. Same thing for the rest of the files on the driver disk. By mistake I left the disk in the floppy drive and rebooted. In fact, the way it works is really the same as the P’s PAT mode. Firstly, we would have preferred it if ASUS had left some space between the AGP slot and DIMM connectors, as it’s exceedingly inconvenient for users to have to uninstall their video card if they simply want to add or remove their memory modules.
Though the P4P Deluxe is not as feature-rich as aus high-end PE and P motherboards there are still lots of positive things to say about its features, especially for the price it’s going for online. Thanks for the responses.
I recently upgraded some parts on a reasonably old PC.
The raid 0 is set up properly using the ctrl-I command during boot. It did not blue screen this time, but after formatting it came up with the message “cannot copy iastor. Any other ideas if this won’t work?
I would not bother with the older 2 x 1gig sticks and certainly not worth the performance reduction. BB code is on. I’m thinking about getting a board instead.
As you’ll see later in the review, the Hyper Path enhancement is really something that’s quite mind blowing and it’s also the main reason why you’ll want to avoid the more expensive P4C Deluxe. Try to connect only one hard drive, and see if your hard drive is seen and works properly, and you will see if it’s your raid 0 doesn’t work. When I select the chipset driver to use it loads it and then blue screens.
These four unique blend of technologies contribute to make the board more intelligent and it goes without saying that a little bit of intelligence is delxue better than none.
Thanks for the responses and the welcome.
There are a few negative things we have to deulxe about the P4P Deluxe. I may try getting it replaced by NewEgg but I don’t suppose it’ll help. The ich5r drivers for an installation disk aren’t offered on Intel’s site anymore. Log in Don’t have an account?
When I try to install XP it cannot see the hard drives and give an error saying so.