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Last edited by Desmond86; 08-19-2015 at 10:10 PM. My only option is to connect the HDD to a working laptop and install windows there. The below method is the correct way to prepare USB stick, the file I uploaded is the file described below. Reply With Quote 08-19-201509:57 PM #10 Praz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message untouched Array Join Date Apr 2011 Location Midwest, USA Reputation 134 Posts 3,771 Originally Posted by Desmond86 his comment is here

Reply With Quote Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 ... Switch to another language: Catalan | Basque | Galician | View all Cerrar Sí, quiero conservarla. {{offlineMessage}} Try Microsoft Edge, a fast and secure browser that's designed for Windows 10 Get started Store Store home Devices Microsoft Surface PCs & tablets Xbox Virtual reality Accessories Windows phone Fiddling with the scant USB and virtualization options in the BIOS did not avail. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2755139

A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing Usb

Reply Yanko says: October 1, 2016 at am1:35 Thank You!!! Apparently the Win7 install media doesn't have native support for USB3.0. Reply Ahmed says: October 31, 2016 at am2:14 I tried a lot with above tech but no result.i tried to load bios drivers but no results please advice what to do.

  • Anyways I'm pretty much open to any suggestion at this point.
  • I have uploaded the file here: http://www.filedropper.com/bootx64_1 Extract it and put it on the USB flash drive at "E:\efi\boot" or whatever drive letter your USB is mounted to.
  • Maybe try a usb DVD drive if your machine doesn't have a CD-ROM.
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  • what you need to do is change the value in the exit tab in the bios setup from windows 8 to other os… 🙂 it worked out fine for me Reply
  • Reply Agyeamng Alex says: October 14, 2016 at pm3:13 Thanks boss I changed my usb port and the problem was fixed Reply Alie Lewish Jalloh says: October 5, 2016 at pm8:06
  • I was about to admit failure and take it in to a tech when I had an idea.

Then delete partitions / format as desired when installing Windows 7. (Please post this solution to at least one other forum. If this is not the case, you can copy the file to the stick by using one of the two methods below: If access to the stick is via a UEFI-enabled Reply Nitin Karanjekar says: December 31, 2016 at pm6:27 Thanks dear:) Reply ahsan says: October 25, 2016 at pm9:36 It will be easy if you use usb to install windows 7 Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Download Reply Sandeep Sindhu says: December 27, 2016 at am12:22 disable usb 3.0 in bios, issue resolved.

Was getting really irritated.. A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing If You Have A Driver Floppy Disk By using ASUS EZ Installer and the Bootx64.efi file, you are ready to go. Btw. https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/how-to-fix-a-required-cddvd-drive-device-driver-is-missing-occurred-in-windows-7-install/ Preparing the USB Stick for UEFI Check if the file 'BOOTX64.EFI' via the path \EFI\BOOT\ is available on the stick.

Problem disappeared. Windows 7 Installation Error Load Driver & Missing Cd/dvd Go to Device Manager to check for the driver status. So frustrating! I can't get to them all.

A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing If You Have A Driver Floppy Disk

Here's what worked for me: Format a USB drive as NTFS. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2041469/windows-installation-required-dvd-drive-device-driver-missing.html People are starting to go Apple, I'm not surprised! A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing Usb Note: If the Windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step. Sata Drivers For Windows 7 Can't find your answer ?

However, it would crash towards the end of the process and the image it created did not include the necessary USB 3.0 driver. this content Mobo instructions said USB3 drivers were required to make USB keyboard work during OS installation, and to put the mobo support CD in the DVD drive during installation (or modify the You may want to change this to AHCI and see if it Boots from your USB stick. Driver Easy 5.1.4 Released! Windows 7 Load Driver Bypass

Thank you .. Lucia St. What I ended up doing is giving up on windows 7 and instead installed windows 10."). weblink I have uploaded the file here: http://www.filedropper.com/bootx64_1 Extract it and put it on the USB flash drive at "E:\efi\boot" or whatever drive letter your USB is mounted to.

Iniciar sesión 238 253 ¿No te gusta este vídeo? Windows 7 Installation Drivers Free Download If you are using a corporate image, the Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI) driver may not be slip streamed in the image. (This is not always an issue with the optical Install an earlier version of Windows first.

https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki...ick_in_Windows I also tried the ASRock software but it does not work, it complains that path of driver folder is not valid, but there is not even any option to select

Allows Win7 to be installed even though it does not natively support xHCI. I cannot for the life of me get windows to install without a diskdrive. If the CD/DVD drive device driver is missing issue persists, this controller driver workaround has proven successful: Download the Intel Rapid Storage Technology Enterprise driver and Management Console driver from the Intel Rapid Storage Technology Enterprise Driver And Management Console Driver Disabling the USB 3.0 Support fixed the problem.

Ali Hidayat 41.185 visualizaciones 2:26 WINDOWS 7, No device driver were found. - Duración: 2:03. Reply Leave your comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Maximus VIII Motherboards (Z170) Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums ROG Discussion General Discussion Overclocking & Tweaking check over here Reply With Quote 08-19-201509:24 PM #8 aceridgey View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Member Array Join Date Aug 2015 Reputation 10 Posts 9 Hi guys, I am in exactly

LOl . Try solutions below to fix the problem. Unplug the USB drive and Plug it backJust unplug the USB drive and plug it back in the computer, then the problem should resolve. Since v2 does not run under Windows 8.1, 3.5 was tried, but ultimately the Download Tool did not work out (nor did Rufus), though this could have been caused by running I formatted it ntfs (not sure if this matters), made it bootable and dragged the install files onto it using a laptop.

Not sure if this is going to help anyone else, but I had just given up when I remembered that I had another copy (DVD) of windows. A few years ago I harvested the HD out of a dying Dell laptop and stuck that into a 2.5″ USB enclosure that I had picked up cheap on ebay. Reply Bg says: January 15, 2017 at pm5:43 Thank you.I just movet the usb in to another usb port and it worket. This file is located in the subdirectory "1" of the archive at 1\Windows\Boot\EFI\.

Kitts & Nevis St. it's model is AO532h. If it is set for RAID, make sure it is set for RAID\AHCI, etc. Browse | OK | Cancel (As it turns out, the problem is caused by a missing USB 3.0 driver, so installing via USB floppy, CD/DVD, flash drive, etc was not possible.)

ASRock offers a similar software that could be used, but I rather use ASUS EZ Installer. when asking the missing driver while installing windows just show the location of the files from usb. Reply michael says: January 8, 2017 at am8:21 With my Asus 170E mobo (6th gen i7 CPU), none of these suggestions worked. Windows 7 install media doesn't have native support for USB3.0.

After 3 - 5 minutes the install failed, "this installation has stopped to prevent any damage to your hardware." I am not sure but I did get to an Automatic Problem Then connect it back to the netbook and install the drivers - if it boots. I unplugged it and used the built in touchpad. Swap to the 2nd optical drive if the system has 2 drives in a desktop, or swap drives if a portable, if available.

Get the answer Best answer smsdbaMar 11, 2014, 9:39 AM If your BIOS has any settings for USB3.0 support during start up, check to see if you can turn it to When I pluged it into USB 3.0 port it actually worked. TechRePair 73.644 visualizaciones 2:54 Windows 7 Installation Fehler Error Abbruch - fehlende CD DVD Treiber - Duración: 3:57. Reply Franklinian says: December 9, 2016 at am3:02 I was able to overcome this issue by downloading a USB driver tool from Intel that injects the needed USB 3.0 drivers on

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