Re: Maxtor problems
- From: "Daniel" <dcxdanATyahooDOTcom>
- Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2007 17:11:42 -0500
"class_a" <class_a@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
wanting"Daniel" <dcxdanATyahooDOTcom> wrote in message
I recently upgraded my second hard drive (back up) in my Windows XP
(w/Service pack 2) to a 100 GB Maxtor drive. Boot drive is a 80 gb
Digital. Ever since
then, when I boot up my computer, I get a pop up windows telling me I
new hardware to install "Found New Hardware". Then the "Found New
Wizard" goes through this whole sequence of steps looking for and
install the hard drive. The Maxtor drive shows up inDevice
all the right places as installed (and works great). Although in the
Manager driver window it shows the Driver Provider, Date and VersionVI35L.
"unknown" and "not installed". My system has a FIC main motherboard
have changed a few things around on the BIOS like the "plug and play
heardsettings, with no luck. Oh, and I did go through and use the Maxtorwith
MaxBlaster 4 software to install the hard drive - with no luck. I
checked on several tech support group boards, and even searched Maxtor
out any luck. Anyway, any thoughts or suggestions would be
there a way to turn of that darn Found New Hardware Wizard? I have
disk?"pcbuilder.98" <pcbuilder98.@_com> wrote in messagesome comments about the possibilty that the FIC Mb and the Maxtor HD
conflict each other.
Is the Maxtor an external drive and if so did it come with a driver
"Daniel" <dcxdanATyahooDOTcom> wrote in messagepcbuilder98
The Maxtor is an internal 100 GB drive - DiamondMax 10 - Model 6L100PO -results.
Pata133. I did used the installing program Power Max with no good
Before that I tried to install another older Maxtor drive with the sameWestern
results - 60 GB - DiamondMax 16 ATA / 133. LIke I said , had a 20 GB
Digital installed before without any problems.Please post at bottom thanks. If no one has any better suggestions here
what I would try: In Device Manager remove the offending device, reboot
see if that fixes it. If that fails reinstall the mother board drivers.
Are the master/slave jumpers set right on the new drive?
Yes, they are
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