VIA V-RAID Driver 5.60A 2007-10-11 It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available. Do not forget to check with our site as often as possible in order to stay updated on the latest drivers, software and games. I think you'll need to download the Intel Chipset Intel Chipset Driver, v.188.8.131.525, 2009/10/16 and the Intel SATA Drivers Intel SATA AHCI Driver, v.184.108.40.2063, 2009/10/16 at a minimum for now should be accessible from the Acer Site. Jul 03, 2010 SATA Drivers for XP 64-Bit? From my searches, i couldn't find any working SATA drivers for my installation. I managed to install XP x64 on my SATA HDD but I would reinstall it if they were any drivers. Time of this report: 5/31/2010, 10:31:21. Apparently these drivers are the 'default' drivers that install when the RAID array is.
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I want to install XP x64, but I'm running into the 0x0000007b error during installation that indicates XP's inability to deal with the AHCI mode. I switched my SATA drives to IDE in the bios of my Asus M597 R2.0 mainboard, but the same error occurs. I slipstreamed the XP-compatible SATA AHCI-drivers from the Asus website, but the setup still throws the same error. I tried a 32bit version of XP, same problem. I used VMWare to install XP directly to the hard drive and installed the AHCI drivers manually, but upon booting the from the drive natively, I get the same error. Pressing F6 during setup should show the mass storage drivers that Windows would otherwise use, but it only shows ', regardless of whether I run my drives in IDE, AHCI or whether I slipstream my drivers into the installation or not. Googling the mainboard, it seems that merely switching the drives to IDE should be enough to get through the installation without any problems, but for some reason that doesn't work in my case.
I'm at my wit's end. I have a Samsung SSD (840 Evo) and two HDDs in my system (SATA ports 1,3 and 5) and none get recognized by the setup. I even set the Bios to use legacy boot instead of UEFI, just in case. Does anyone have any idea what I can do or which settings in Bios I can change to make this work? XP 32 bit would not even boot without BIOS CSM in UEFI (if you prefer XP is ONLY BIOS compatible and NOT UEFI compatible), and ONLY the IA64 (Itanium processor) version of 64 bit XP used UEFI.
You need to go into your UEFI and enable CSM (Compatibility Support Mode) AND (maybe/possibly) disable a bunch of other options, you might need to check Asus documentation for the BIOS. Anyway make sure that ALL ports are set to IDE, see: and try an UNtouched XP 32 bit source (it is perfectly possible that you did everything correctly but - for *any* reason - the slipstreaming of the drivers failed).
For the sake of the experiment, disconnect ALL other hard disks and keep connected ONLY the disk where you wish to install XP. Jaclaz Edited May 21, 2016 by jaclaz. Thank you for the suggestions. /asus-p5g41m-drivers-for-mac/. CSM was already activated, but I hadn't chosen 'Other OS'. Though, that didn't change anything.
I also removed all other drives to no effect. The mainboard manual merely stated that the board is compatible with XP and recommended to use SATA port 5 or 6 for the optical drive to run the installation from. I hooked up the HDD to Port 1 and 5 to no avail. I even reseted the mainboard back to default settings, just in case an instability from OCing might interfere, but no change.
This article describes how to deploy an updated version of NetScaler Gateway Plug-in for Mac OS X from the NetScaler Gateway appliance. There is a version of NetScaler Gateway plug-in which is bundled as part of the installed NetScaler software release that can be overwritten with a later version. If users connect to Access Gateway with the Access Gateway Plug-in for Mac OS X and then run ping with a payload of 1450 bytes, the plug-in fails to receive the ICMP reply. [#321486] When users log on with the Access Gateway Plug-in for Mac OS X and then use the command line to run traceroute, the route statistics do not appear. As we are deploying our Mac build with both Citrix Receiver and the Access Gateway plugin I wanted to either prevent Citrix Receiver from launching automatically on logon or even better, have the Access Gateway plugin launch first and then launch Citrix Receiver. Heads up issues with access gateway plugin for mac.
By now, the only thing left that I can see as a culprit could be the fact that I boot the iso via EasyBCDs iso-boot function due to lack of an optical drive. Though I can't make out a reason how this setup could interfere with the installation's access to the storage devices. I guess I'll transfer the iso to a USB-drive and try the installation from there. That's the only thing that comes to mind that I haven't tried yet.