I downloaded every driver I could think of from Dell including updating firmware, sata controllers etc ...I came into work and asked one of our techs if he had a known In the future, we're looking to do away with those, but for right now this is what I have to work with. Enter the bios. Drivers Win 7 raid 0 setup / missing raid controller driverInstalled a new M4 ssd today and loaded windows on it. this contact form
and now he need a driver ??... any usefull comments greatly appriaiated, but microsoft should not be releasing this with this issue. Re: Windows 7 Guest: A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing guyrleech Oct 2, 2009 12:50 AM (in response to miallen) I vaguely remember getting this with some of the IMHO this is inexcusable. 15 years of building PC's and I've never seen anybody do this.
In fact, to take your answer as the only possible way it should/can be done, I would be closing my mind and completely ignoring many possible situations which can occur along So there's no need for the waterworks. I guess I never noticed the Windows 7 option with Universal USB Installer...I've only used it once, and just assumed it was only for Linux. Drivers CD/DVD driver is missing.
However, with the VM on and the error up, I switched the drive to ISO and the next time I looked at the console it had moved beyond the error. How many jumped up morons are there on this forum? If you want to slipstream the SATA drivers to the OS disc, you may wish to first, use 7-zip to extract them and secondly use RT-7-Lite. Sata Drivers For Windows 7 He will certainly have to know what drivers to look for etc, but don't condemn someone for being willing to use a beta or RC OS if they acknowledge the risks
but I did manage to install Windows 7 without any additional drivers, nor did I have to install a SATA DVD-RW (though I'd like to at some point) to do it. Windows 7 Load Driver Error During Installation This problem is solved.Alan Cameron Marked as answer by AlanCam Thursday, June 19, 2014 8:08 AM Thursday, June 19, 2014 8:08 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote An Absolutely. Now I'm trying to install Windows 7 Professional x64 on it from a USB drive.
Alan Cameron Tuesday, June 03, 2014 10:20 AM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote You do not need a newdriver for your optical drive. A Media Driver Your Computer Needs Is Missing. This Could Be A Dvd Usb Or Hard Disk Driver Changed out dvd burner for el cheapo (30$) sata model and voila! Other than to buy a new DVD/CD Drive that is Windows 7 Compatible. First Time Here?
This is not ideal but I am sure Microsoft is working on it as they told me so after helping them. This isn't "bad burning" or "you try an RC you take your chances", this is just piss-poor product from Seattle.And the supercilious comments from you smart-asses to the madwand just show A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing Windows 7 Install Quote: Originally Posted by theog That's good news. Windows 7 Load Driver Bypass Note you will need another Windows computer to make the bootable USB and a USB stick of 4 GB or more.
This desktop, has a blank HDD. weblink You will be brought back to the welcome screen. The second method fixed me right up. What drives me crazy is that the error message gets you looking for DVD drivers when it has nothing to do with that, plus Win7 doesn't even recognize the correct drivers Media Driver Missing Windows 10 Install
My System Specs OS Windows 7 Professional x64 Stealth22 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Stealth22 12 Apr 2013 #6 onerrorgoto Windows 7 Ent 64-Bit 2 posts If not most resolve UEFI install problems using Bypass UEFI to Install WIn7 My System Specs gregrocker View Public Profile Find More Posts by gregrocker Windows 7 Setup complains of missing If the drivers listed above are not installed in order, then rest of the drivers will fail to install. http://computersecurityadvice.com/windows-7/windows-7-sp1-fails-at-99-install.html Running it on a virtual machine (XP mode, Virtual PC, VMWare, etc) is not an option.
MS has a win7 compatability list at their site. Windows 7 Installation Drivers Free Download Odd but sure enough I redownloaded it and life was good.Thought I would throw this out there because I'm sure someone else out there may encounter this if using ISO's from Reply 0 0 NasirM Tutor Posts: 5 Member Since: 01-24-2014 Message 8 of 15 (28,638 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: missing cd/dvd drivers on new install of win7 Options Mark as
This is the DVD writer that was installed OK the first time I installed Win 7. Our aim is to give you the best possible answer. You guys oughta post a sticky on the main page saying if it's been a while since you built a PC, or if you never have, then stay the hell away A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing If You Have A Driver Floppy Disk Sign up now.
I agreed to help and we spent three days one hour here and there trying all sorts of things like BIOS settings among other various fix it applications through Windows. Installation & Setup Unsigned Driver Installation During Windows 7 InstallationHi, all. View all 9 comments Report Lhoy- Dec 9, 2012 at 08:30 PM just replace your dvd rom and it will be fix Report todd- Dec 12, 2012 at 08:10 PM It his comment is here Register now Not a member yet?
PolyknikesNov 20, 2009, 10:02 PM I have been having the missing driver problem and after spending HOURS on the phone with microsoft tech support, I hung up on them and fiddled As you install Linux, this may be mess up, All Linux code must be deleted.As you have had linux on the HD you need do a Clean all & full format. Original poster, If you have solved your problem, can you please mark the correct thread(s) with your solution. but looking at your problem, I think it's safe to assume you bought the upgrade.
This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. ” Marked as answer by Yolanda ZhuModerator Thursday, June 19, 2014 7:47 AM Tuesday, June 03, 2014 10:32 AM Reply Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Installation & Setup » User Name Remember Me? Posted by eng.Mahmoud on 16 Nov 2011 17:42 fine Like 0 Reply You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. Then that left me with the dreaded BOOTMGR error.All this was on a brand new build.