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Postby DubleG » Wed Sep 27, 2006 3:57 pm

I bought an Amilo Pi 1556/1557. I want to have WIndows XP Pro, but I cannot install it becuse it does`t find any disks. I don`t know where to find Sata controller drivers for my WDC WD120. On the CD is only a chipset driver .exe.



So can someone send me the files...

Thank you,

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Postby aspettl » Thu Sep 28, 2006 12:15 pm

Take a look at this: topic,81,-Pi1536-problem-with-XP-pro.html

I think the Si 1520 needs the same driver, so you could also ask grosvnor:
topic,258,-Installing-Windows-2003-Server-on-Amilo-Si1520.html

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Postby DubleG » Thu Sep 28, 2006 8:21 pm

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Postby sonxfuj » Wed Aug 15, 2007 10:51 am



Hi DubleG, how did you fix it in step by step? i can't tried everything yet i have the correct drivers
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Postby DubleG » Wed Aug 15, 2007 9:23 pm

Hi!

So first of all, you need the right drivers. I hope you have it cuz I don`t remember where I got it.

You need a fresh copy of XP and make a image (.iso). Then google for a program that can put DRIVER files in a windows image. I think the program is WinFuture xp-Iso-Builder, A key future is: Integrate controller drivers for SATA, RAID, etc.

Than use this:
topic,26,-Installation-of-Windows-XP-Home-Pro-PE-FAQs.html#45
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Postby sonxfuj » Thu Aug 16, 2007 11:43 am

DubleG wrote:Hi!

So first of all, you need the right drivers. I hope you have it cuz I don`t remember where I got it.

You need a fresh copy of XP and make a image (.iso). Then google for a program that can put DRIVER files in a windows image. I think the program is WinFuture xp-Iso-Builder, A key future is: Integrate controller drivers for SATA, RAID, etc.

Than use this:
topic,26,-Installation-of-Windows-XP-Home-Pro-PE-FAQs.html#45


Thanks for replying DubleG. The file txtsetup.oem is not included on my driver's CD. I also download file from http://support.fujitsu-siemens.com/com/ ... loads.html (or find please look at the attached), but here as you may see there isn't any txtsetup.oem. Where did you find yours perhaps?
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Postby DubleG » Fri Aug 17, 2007 8:08 pm

Are you sure you need the file txtsetup.oem? Cuz I am not.
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Now Audio problems on XP

Postby sonxfuj » Tue Aug 21, 2007 12:40 pm

DubleG wrote:Are you sure you need the file txtsetup.oem? Cuz I am not.


Yes i did, now sorted.. got the correct txtsetup.oem or floppy drivers from fujitsu-siemens. They emailed me the link. But now am stuck with Audio drivers problem. No conflicts on device manager & no error messages when trying to install the correct drivers (Realtek HD Audio driver) shows on add or remove programs. But only [i]Audio Codecs, Legacy Audio Drivers, Legacy Video Capture Devices, Media Control Devices, and Video Codecs[/i] are showing on device manager. An no sound... Tried every possible Realtek sound ever existing with no avail. Even installed the UAA Bus driver (KB888111.exe).... This notebook is a pain to run XP[/b]
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Postby DubleG » Tue Aug 21, 2007 11:00 pm

Did you try to delete those things in device manager and then trying to search for new hardware?
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Postby Borkar » Fri Aug 24, 2007 9:23 am

Audio problem: Windows XP SP2

- Servicepack 2 required!

You need the right order for your driver installation:
- chipset
- KB888111
- Realtek HD Audio Codec

You must also make sure that you take the right version of KB888111:
KB888111_for_SP2 and, of course, the right language version!

You can find this update on http://fujitsu-siemens.com/ - download drivers - correct notebook model - audio

If you have already installed some non-working-updates, try to uninstall KB888111 and Realtek HD Audio Codecs, reboot and start at the beginning.

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remark: Vista does not need any additional updates like the KB888111 in order to use HD audio chips.
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Postby sonxfuj » Sat Aug 25, 2007 2:25 pm

Borkar wrote:Audio problem: Windows XP SP2

- Servicepack 2 required!

You need the right order for your driver installation:
- chipset
- KB888111
- Realtek HD Audio Codec

You must also make sure that you take the right version of KB888111:
KB888111_for_SP2 and, of course, the right language version!

You can find this update on http://fujitsu-siemens.com/ - download drivers - correct notebook model - audio

If you have already installed some non-working-updates, try to uninstall KB888111 and Realtek HD Audio Codecs, reboot and start at the beginning.

Regards
Borkar

remark: Vista does not need any additional updates like the KB888111 in order to use HD audio chips.


Have it sorted! Problem was with the PCI modem. I had to install the older UAA Bus driver (not the KB888111), then PCI modem was picked up. After installing the drivers then the Sound Card was picked up...
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