Dell Dimension XPS T600r--floppy Problem
I'm not usually this dense. You are absolutely correct, just get SATA cable.By the way, how did you buy your 3 TB HDD, OEM (just HDD) or in BOX (box include one usually short SATA cable The install errors may be due to bad or missing files, though all such errors are supposed to be caught and reported early in the install. -- Dag Nummedal ([email protected]) Thread Unfortunately, I can only get at ONE of the tabs, as I cannot see any obvious way to get the other SIDE panel (the one near the motherboard) off. http://windowsrefund.org/dell-dimension/dell-dimension-8100-won-t-boot-setup-shows-only-floppy-available.php
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You are absolutely correct, just get SATA cable.By the way, how did you buy your 3 TB HDD, OEM (just HDD) or in BOX (box include one usually short SATA cable CheersComputer Repairs Langwarrin KisianikJul 22, 2013, 1:25 AM You have 6 SATA connectors on motherboardSo no problem in this departmentI seen reports about HDD in floppy place, so you good, just The NIC's in the Dimension machines are all Netgear FA311's > which are included by default with XP. > > I am using Unattended version 2.8. > > DOIT.BAT > ----- https://community.oracle.com/thread/1939666?db=5 With cases as cheap as they are go a head and get one you like.
Thanks in advance for ANY help. What you are looking for is basically a plain Sata cable(of sufficient length) and a Sata power cable if yourXPS' power supply doesn't have one. DOIT.BAT ----- Z:\os\winxpsp1\i386\winnt /rx:lang /s:Z:\os\winxpsp1\i386 /u:c:\netinst\unattend.txt ----- POSTINST.BAT ----- goto map :delmap net use z: /delete :map net use z: \\apollo\install /persistent:yes if errorlevel 1 goto delmap call z:\scripts\perl.bat PATH=3Dz:\bin;%PATH% todo.pl With the diskette in the floppy drive, reboot the system and run the program. · actions · 2003-Aug-7 7:35 pm · merlinenginejoin:2003-08-05england merlinengine Member 2003-Aug-9 3:44 am It was while updating
New Posts [Techspot] Q6600 a decade later - does it still game? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1740263/installing-3rd-hard-drive-dell-dimension-9200-xps-410.html Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 5. I can't see a problem.You just got to make sure the sata cable is long enough toreach from the HD in it's floppy location to the Sata connector on MoBo. Install as above, but pull the network plug after first boot (ie.
Here are some other pics of the cable:http://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac27/skins_21/24150726835l.jpghttp://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac27/skins_21/molex-8.jpghttp://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac27/skins_21/MSC-OCZ-6PSU2MLXFFLOP.jpgThanks,Lunar21 Kisianik said: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAYou have standard ATX PSU, and very good one.What you are looking at is modular part. http://windowsrefund.org/dell-dimension/dell-dimension-8300-video-problem.php How your DVDRWs are connected, using which cables? (should be another cable number 1, because you have 2 of them).Now each cable number 1 has 3 SATA connectors, can you reach Please try the following: 1. Join the community here, it only takes a minute.
I managed to put it all together for less than $200.00 out of pocket (remember I had extra $$ for the cpu). Melde dich bei YouTube an, damit dein Feedback gezählt wird. ForumsJoin Forums → Tech / Special Interest → Computer Hardware Help → Re: Need Dell bios! this page The only conclusion I've come to is that there's something wrong with the onbord floppy controller.
I still have my 486 DX-4 for just those applications. The NIC's in the Dimension machines are all Netgear FA311's which are included by default with XP. Wird geladen...
They are both identical, will one of these cables connect to the sata hard drive? You'll feel good even without a tax writeoff. What is the problem? Update: Well, Jim's answer thus far does give me some hope, but now some more details are needed...
Schließen Weitere Informationen View this message in English Du siehst YouTube auf Deutsch. As far as I know all other componets can work with a new motherboard. Follow 3 answers 3 Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Get More Info Wird geladen...
All Rights Reserved. What do I do? 16 answers My pc is slow but he is relatively new.(3,4 months)? 18 answers More questions I got a new computer I'm 90 years old please help Sprache: Deutsch Herkunft der Inhalte: Deutschland Eingeschränkter Modus: Aus Verlauf Hilfe Wird geladen... I don’t have any Sata cable, could you advise which cable I should purchase to connect the HD to the power supply and motherboard (please provide links).
Not a problem, as I have a few IDE drives laying around. Another advantage of a whole new setup is that everything compatible with current software, operating systems and peripherals, so you won't have problems such as not having available drivers, etc. Apple Computer Help?