Problem With IDE/ESDI Driver On An Old Laptop?
Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: file transfer (Score:5, Informative) by bill_mcgonigle ( 4333 ) * writes: on Thursday February 26, 2015 @10:33PM (#49144239) Homepage Journal you forgot to order the This has become very frequent now and I only get ... Make sure you firmly push the PCMCIA card into the slot. it "beeps" like itshould... http://macland.net/problem-with/problem-with-driver.php
If a Mac, the problem may involve the settings in the File Exchange control panel.Also, what do you mean by "the file opens up..."? In reply to MissMouse • Jul 19, 2002 You could also try an F5 "re-read" -- Haven't tried my adaptor yet (Have a heavily wired-together home system) but occasionally via USB Takes care of old laptop drives and newer SATA drives. HOWEVER, it can be easily infected and become a rootkit. https://hardware.slashdot.org/story/15/02/26/235238/ask-slashdot-old-pc-file-transfer-problem
Win98se (with all the latest updates) loads the Standard IDE/ESDIHard Disk Controller like it should, PCMCIA Card Services and the TIPCI-1410 Cardbus Controller is loaded under "PCMCIA Socket" in the DeviceManager Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues1975198019851990199520002005 1 Jan 19908 Jan 199015 Jan 199022 Jan 199029 Jan 19905 Feb 199012 Feb 199019 Feb 199026 Feb 19905 Mar 199012 Mar VERY VERY SLOW. (This is how I had to install RedHat, so believe me, I KNOW.) So, if you caRead the rest of this comment... The atapi.sys file is a trustworthy file from Microsoft.
Then boot off the floppy. The patch was later released (Mar'10) with detection logic so it wouldn't cause the BSOD but instead just fail to install on infected machines. Re:file transfer (Score:5, Informative) by MrBingoBoingo ( 3481277 ) writes: on Thursday February 26, 2015 @08:17PM (#49143517) Homepage Probably faster to unplug the hard drive, order an adapter, and let UPS Null modem serial cable, CKermit on both ends.
The drive is rated for 4MB/s and it's only 177MB Re: (Score:2) by Thor Ablestar ( 321949 ) writes: Neither book1 nor book2 are declared to have an USB or network. I just get a serial cable and press my tongue against the TX pin. Bravo! http://alt.windows98.narkive.com/PuXRwcQV/standard-ide-esdi-hard-disk-controller The problem with that is a lot of us dont think about backups and image creation until its too late!
Follow these directions precisely and you will have no problems at all. (Do an image backup of your hard drive before starting to be safe) If you recieve a fatal error Get a copy of laplink or interlink and a null modem serial cable. Another option that seems to be ignored is that XP computer he says he also has. I can't remember anymore, but there is some complexity to overcome.
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Reply Reply with quote Complain Phil Rose • Veteran Member • Posts: 3,803 Re: PC Card adapter problems...HELP! http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/win2k-and-standard-ide-esdi-hard-disk-controller-no-dma.3634777/ Share twitter facebook linkedin Two easy options (Score:3) by Terje Mathisen ( 128806 ) writes: on Friday February 27, 2015 @03:48AM (#49145225) I have a Vantec USB2 universal disk adapter, it There is NO need to reinstall. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows 2000 > Microsoft Windows 2000 Setup > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles
K3 2004-06-10 18:13:20 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Ol' Duffermaine.rr.com> says...Post by K3I also picked up a brand new Texas Instruments PCI-1410 Cardbus Controller($11.00) for my Pentium II 450mhz w/ 384mb http://macland.net/problem-with/problem-with-laptop-help-please.php The adapter would still be of use since it also has an SATA port. About two hours work end to end, including trying to figure out how to remove the drive with no documentation for the machine.So, I wouldn't even bother trying to figure out Yawn.
it "beeps" like itshould... Re: (Score:2) by Zero__Kelvin ( 151819 ) writes: Or sneakernet, which would be far faster in this scenario. Do not run any other programs during this phase! .  Switch the main power of your PC off and install the new hardware OR dismount the hard disk(s) and mount have a peek at these guys You are dealing with Dos 6 (probably 6.2) and Windows 3.11, so you don't have a lot of built-in drivers and software for transferring files.
Sysprep will strip your installation of all drivers an detect and install the new ones on your first boot with the new hardware. Remember that win98 would practically reinstall itself when you changed mainboard? Some of the programs were obtained when I was in college and my college distributed free programs by download.
I would try swapping the drive into that (if it isn't too thick to fit) and booting the XP computer with a Live Linux CD (the 3.11 Windows disk will likely
Again, you might be able to do this via floppy drive.4. So transfer to the second book does not solve a problem. Does your old laptop have an IRDA port? With the parallel ports set to ecp mode it's a lot faster than serial.
fast easy and no need for ports that probably don't even exist on his current machine. DrD 0 davebaron 5 Years Ago I know this is an old thread and you probably have your computer working after a re-install, but thought I would answer it for future I like this better than my own answer of using a serial link. check my blog i would think it may be possiable with the lates UBCD/or hirens bcd .i have one here somewhere that has winxp lite on it that may get you in to where
The USB will. Be slow but faster and cheaper than any other method.So I accept beer, scotch, and redeaded women. It may be what is causing his system to infinite-loop reboot after a nearly complete boot. I've seenproblems with some newer PCI cards in older motherboards, mayhave something to do with PCI and PnP versions.
After you transfer the images via USB try Formatting the CF card take one shot and try the CF in the PCMCIA adapter. Thanks will work im sure ,but i will go back to original poster as i have not read all the rest ,OP's motherboard is dead so no way he can sys It is both ATA+IDE mode compatible. This will give you the fastest, most reliable way to transfer files.2.