You'll again need to install the drivers via floppy.5. I thought all these Cardbus readers werebackward compatible?Suggestions?Thanks!--Kendall F. fast easy and no need for ports that probably don't even exist on his current machine. and it works great on thelaptop.I also picked up a brand new Texas Instruments PCI-1410 Cardbus Controller($11.00) for my Pentium II 450mhz w/ 384mb RAM desktop PC... this content
It is a Windows system file. Then from Linux you could easily write the 160 meg drive contents to a USB flash drive or transfer it across ethernet to the destination computer (I would do that with If you would like to keep your current configuration and applications, use sysprep.exe to prepare your Windows installation for the new hardware by entering the System Out of Box Experience. But no, windows crashed when starting, startup repair was useless, and a clean install on a workshop drive in the system produced perfect operation, so it was not undiscovered storm damage. https://hardware.slashdot.org/story/15/02/26/235238/ask-slashdot-old-pc-file-transfer-problem
Tried to boot into safe mode, but the same outcome. Further, if you are on Windows 7 or later, you will have to install Virtual PC and then XP mode (both free from Microsoft), so you can run a v Laplink Not as complex as it sounds, but would save you buying any other software again. Share twitter facebook linkedin I used to have one of those. (Score:4, Insightful) by zelbinion ( 442226 ) writes: on Friday February 27, 2015 @12:46PM (#49148079) I used to have that
The 'for Workgroups' version has software for sharing files across a network. Maybe dig up an old ISA 10Mbps card on Ebay or something, as the original poster suggested if you can't find a suitable PCMCIA card. For future reference, it would always be a good idea to sysprep any windows installation and make an image just incase we were to run into problems like OP's. which installedflawlessly.So, I pop the FinePix PC Card Adapter in my desktop PC...
See if format helps out. The regular version does not.Options:1. Remove the drive, plug it into the adapter, and plug that into a modern USB-equipped computer. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2, Insightful) by ColdWetDog ( 752185 ) writes: Winsock, TCP / IP and telenet.If it actually has a USB port, which seems doubtful given the presumptive
If you're lucky, you might have some headers on the motherboard that can be brought to the slot cage with connectors in brackets like what were common before ATX, but I've read review Share twitter facebook linkedin Remember objective is to copy files not "computer" (Score:3) by dbIII ( 701233 ) writes: on Thursday February 26, 2015 @11:25PM (#49144471) USB to IDE to get It is indeed possible to transfer your installation and it is not difficult at all! Comments owned by the poster.
BMalwarebytes Anti-Malware detects and removes sleeping spyware, adware, Trojans, keyloggers, malware and trackers from your hard drive. news More can be read McFly (further information) rootkits like page redirect like to hide here JON Valid system Driver for the ATA controller, however TDL3 rootkit attacks If it was that important to me, I would even go as far as looking for one used on E-bay that is functional. I was guilty of thinking in terms of the often (usually?) much less complicated world of the Mac OS, where stuff also happens, but not nearly so much.
In reply to Andy Simmons • Jul 20, 2002 Andy Simmons wrote:Beth:A few suggestions, based on my experience.Do you have the latest driver for your card reader? which installedflawlessly.So, I pop the FinePix PC Card Adapter in my desktop PC... Email me if you'd like to borrow it. http://dotbowl.com/problem-with/problem-with-hp-cd-writer-8200-driver.html Colin (further information) search engine redirection Shishir virus if wrong size and current date related to pcsecurity hoax program Dave Hill My Norton Classified this file
It's a Toshiba Portege 320CT. > I wanted to upgrade it to Windows 2000 Pro, and I was actually able to get > that installed and working, but when I checked Thanks to Zada for pointing out the importance of using a matching AHCI setting. In the hirens utilities, Find registry tools, and click on FIX hdd controller It launches a dos window, where you select your target root, and choose repair.
So to repeat, I will NOT consider a hard drive format and fresh install. 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 tho it's age should make that obvious.It uses a standard 2.5" notebook hard drive, with the standard 40 pin IDE interface.If you don't want to pull the drive... by ohay » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 00:20:25 Hi, I have a very old laptop that I was given.
Hiren's bootcd, the registry fix for HD controller... Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! You can look for some PCMCIA cards that might help. http://dotbowl.com/problem-with/problem-with-alienware-laptop.html ATA over IDE is not the same protocol as the original IDE.
by ohay » Thu, 02 Oct 2008 14:59:07 Hi, I just ran Belarc Advisor, and all it said was "Standard IDE/ESDI Hard Disk Controller", with no manufacturer info :(... Thanks. 0 dennis93q 4 Years Ago I'm having this SAME PROBLEM. It cannot find the appropiate files to boot off the hard drive because the new motherboard is conflicting with the old drivers on the old hard drive. IDE disk runs just in DMA/33 with 220.127.116.11 on nVidia CK804 controller 2.
It seems to delete the old driver out of current control set 00 from your registry, and replace it with generic version. Recommended: Identify atapi.sys related errors Important: Some malware disguises itself as atapi.sys, particularly when not located in the C:\Windows\System32\drivers folder. The free file information forum can help you determine if atapi.sys is a Windows system file or if it belongs to an application that you can trust. I've ininstalled and reinstalled the Standard IDE/ESDIdrivers (Microsoft - 4-23-1999) several times, but still have the sameproblem.Check resources for conflicts to see if any clues.
My virus scann and removal software used to remove MSA.exe also killed this file. Ask Slashdot: Old PC File Transfer Problem More Login Ask Slashdot: Old PC File Transfer Problem Archived Discussion Load All Comments Full Abbreviated Hidden /Sea Score: 5 4 3 2 1 Again, floppy is probably your best bet. some people dont realize this usally the shots are in a sub of a sub directory....good day Reply Reply with quote Complain artorius • Contributing Member • Posts: 753
This worked for me. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Why can't it see them from the PCMCIA adapter?Anything I can do to fix it?You can start by telling what operating system (Mac, Windows?). On Tue, 30 Sep 2008 11:20:25 -0400, ohaya <> wrote: >Hi, > >I have a very old laptop that I was given.
Rebooting along the way will probably be necessary. Here are the issues:1. Or is slashdot becoming a stackexchange clone? If you don't, you run into a bigger problem than before, since an FTP client or a web browser is going to be bigger than a set of PCMCIA drivers, and
Content is segmented into Channels and Topic Centers. 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. Even if his serial port can only handle 56kbs, he could transfer the data in less than 10 hours.Xmodem does do simple error checking with a single byte checksum on every Be careful.