ATTN: People who's vista installations fail to boot.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Wisgary, Jun 11, 2006.

  1. Wisgary

    Wisgary Guest

    I was up all night trying to figure out what the hell was causing these
    problems until I finally found the silly culprit: my RAID and SATA/SATAII
    controllers, I wasn't using either of those, so I went into my BIOS and
    disabled them, and vista booted up like magic. Turned them on again and
    failure came back, turned them off and vista booted again, so failure to boot
    seems to be dependent on those SATA/RAID drivers, so be sure to try disabling
    them if your Vista installation fails to start. Previous to that the only way
    I could even install vista was through safe mode, which sucked.
    Wisgary, Jun 11, 2006
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  2. Wisgary

    Seany Guest

    How do you Disable thouse Controllers in BIOS cuz i have that exact problem
    Seany, Jun 26, 2006
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