Friday, November 13, 3: Tags for this Thread drivers , lsi , windows 7. This one is pretty old.. Anyhow, switched on this morning, “attempting to boot from HDD”. The original disk with Xp on it fired up without any problems, so we are currently transferring all the data back from the tape to a new HDD.
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So I got a A which is fully supported by windows 7 They go very cheap Half an hour later, still “attempting to boot from HDD”.
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PS If you want to make sure your scsi controller is fully supported by Windows 7 get an Adaptec A hostraid disabled, hostraid is not supported yet by 7 and adaptec has not decided to make a driver for windows 7. Point it to those files on the removable storage. Sunday, November 8, 2: The time now is Let me if that works or what you have tried. If I succeed, I’ll keep you posted. Is there any possibility I might solve this on my xw as well?
What message do you get when you start the installation? It so tired to find a Vista and extract the 53C files. Post-install on first boot, say “Yes” or whatever to that effect when Windows 7 asks “Do you want to use the unsigned driver”?
Does anyone can collect the drivers zipped file and upload to share together?!
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Again haven’t got a clue whether it works as advertised, eats logc and so on. Go carefully though the list of devices that are not supported. I cannot move forward without a solution The scsi host adapter drivers need to be added during Custom installation when you get to the where do you want to install page add drivers in blue.
Just shows you can never rely on anything.
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If you right click and extract the folder it creates a folder with the install utility and files. Might get spanked for this, we’ll see but the file I mentioned is attached and that is what it was called. This was my real issue. Did you uninstall the v5. Open Control Panel and search for “update device drivers”. It runs really fast on my HP x If you need a solution to install windows on your x please contact me.
I couldn’t make install program to recognize the SCSI driver v5. Sunday, July 26, 7: This setup had no issues; I was able to select the drive attached to the 53C within the Win7 setup lgoic from there it was pretty much a standard install.
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Even though the Vista x64 LSI driver was integrated into the Win7 disc, the drive attached to the controller still wasn’t detected by the Win7 setup. When you boot from the Win 7 dvd custom install and it gets to the page no disk available there should be an add drivers option.
I reviewed my bios settings one more time and saw the Hyperthreading was turned off. You can find them on auction sites for very cheap.
The issue was to have hyperthreading turned off for the Xeon processors in the bios of the HP x workstation. Check your bios, and see if there is a setting for the processor with the ability to disable or enable Hyper-Threading.
LSI should show “not supported”. Point it to a usb flash drive or floppy with the extracted drivers. Originally Posted by rckngslnd.