I don't think I have done this. So I will try it too.Also when you set the BIOS you set it as
- Depending on your board, do one of the following: Go to the Configuration > SATA Drives menu, set Configure SATA to IDE. Go to the Advanced > Drive Configuration menu, set ATA/IDE Mode to Native.
I didn't have any options like this under configuration.
Between graduate school and work I just didn't have the time to keep working on it. I took it to the PC shop and he was able to get it going. It is working now. I appreciate all your time and help. I made a small donation (not near worth what you put into my issue) as a token of gratitude.Instead of him looking at it Can he download the files to a usb and loan it to you
I am sure they will be happy.I made a small donation
Thought you were part of the site so the donation would help. Sorry if I misunderstood. But nah all he said was he had to find very specific drivers and he was able to find them. Not sure where because I tried anything and everything.I don't suppose he said what it was ?
I am thinking corrupt download Would be nice to know in-case some one else needs help, but if he did not say
I am sure they will be happy.
I am sorry I could not get you going,
You did the right thing with your donation - It helps the site to keep running - The helpers do it for free. So your Donation is very much appreciated.Thought you were part of the site so the donation would help.
That's why I am convinced it was a download/burn to disc issue.find very specific drivers and he was able to find them. Not sure where because I tried anything and everything.