I’m sure you’ve already considered some of these issues, but I want to include this warning for all the folks who merely read this thread, and don’t actively participate in the discussion. If anyone can help i’ll be very grateful. If you believe you may want to use this in the future or just want to disable it from loading each time your computer starts we suggest downloading and running the free Startup Control Panel to quickly and correctly disable this program from automatically starting up. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum. I am having extreme difficulty trying to get Windows XP Professional installed. If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. This thread is locked.
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Now I opened a whole new barrel of monkeys. Tell us about your experience with our site. Why does a store have a free download offer? I hope to god that someone can help me with this because i am well and truely stuck.
You instalo follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Anybody around who can answer this or offer a workaraound? Isn’t about time Microsoft fixed this issue?
I have downloaded the most recent version, which is for windows An ongoing discussion about this tool is found here. That was easily solved by downloading iinstall raid drivers and then slipstreaming them into an ISO using nLite. I have trouble accepting that microsofts windows installation is so poorly written it cannot find the file on its own and that you cannot specify where the file is located.
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Mark is entirely correct in his instincts; redirection and having to fill out a form with some identifying information are both huge yellow flags, at the least. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum.
Thanks again, I was losing my mind over this error.
I downloaded and created floppy disk, it solved my problem. In reply to Jan-Willem van Vaneveld’s post on March 10, Or you could slipstream the drivers into your XP installation CD using the instructions below. Thanks again and have a good one. Your story is a iator.sys light.
One XP is completely installed and the Device Manage shows a “missing driver”, you may load it, but it is not required at all.
It is normally installed using F6 from a floppy during the XP install. Approachinghelped in forums. Advertisements or commercial links.
“Setup cannot copy file: iastor.sys” – Help!!!
Be sure to leave the floppy in the drive until Windows is done installing. Have you even begun on them yet?
After spending several hours each night over the past week, I finally found what I needed right here on your message board.
I then when back to my working machine, pulled up the floppy in a DOS window and did as MB had suggested I had trouble with raid drivers installation and found that download. That doesn’t iastor.sus to be much of an online store to me.
After slipstreaming the Raid Driver I still get errors. Define the content of the pm-notification here. Questions related to iastor. How can it be extracted? Probably products downloads, I don’t know. If you’re aware of the above precaution and don’t plan on using the hardware device or feature associated with iastor. Thanks for marking this as the answer.