Well I can get to Unetbootin menu, which is a first. Jan 7, Posts: Not a native English speaker. Other times it doesn’t even try to load Ubuntu, and it just kind of stops short of booting. I’ll probably jump to Vista when it feels right, too. Is there anyway to make this work both ways, or is it one way or the highway?
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Hi, I saw your post when researching how to build my PC with this board.
Not a native English speaker. John Forum Host Total Posts: Originally posted by Trout Mask Replica: I never deactivated my own keyboard and mouse, how could I. Or what else should I do?! Then the light stops flashing.
I can’t find that documentation anywhere I get this board and want to use 2 seperate drives I’m guessing it could be one intdl the two following, but I’m hoping that someone with more expertise has a better idea of how to fix it: I need AHCI enabled to dual boot with Linux and also have secondary sata drives that xp is not seeing.
Sun Aug 05, 1: The hard drive will run slower then using IDE mode. After installing the drivers from Intel’s driver disk, I was able to re-integrate the PATA optical drive and all is well.
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I just found this forum and it looks much more serious than the one i’ve found yesterday and used the regfile from there it said there that it works for ICH10 and the instructions were the same as here.
Sun Aug 05, 5: Vista installation is almost too easy It worked perfectly, and reduced the Windows footprint significantly!
I would prefer to be able to take advantage of the SATA features. Ahdi tried to load Ubuntu Sun Aug 05, 6: Please excuse any mistakes that may have slipped in my post.
Intel DP35DP Mobo – Sata – AHCI or IDE?
Quite painless d35dp to Nlite I hadn’t read of any issues with the UAD Joined Apr Posts During the process nLite prompts for location of drivers. I chose “Try Ubuntu without Installing” and I just have a fast blinking cursor It appears that there are only three floppy drives that are compatible with the XP installer– all USB.
Booting However, when I try to boot off a CD, it doesn’t get anywhere. I can also tell that the disc is not spinning up like it should.
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