Anyone care to elaborate and share? I thought that maybe all the drivers were there. I think your CD is working perfectly fine. Still have problems even though it could detect using the floopy disc but it could not copy the files. Share on Track this topic Print this topic.

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Oct 10 Progress bar doesn’t move, only my mouse touchpad works, but rapidly freezes every 4seconds. So can this method solve my problem? Jan 7 presarrio, USB Thumbdrive, should be possible but i have yet to try it out. So i insist that please try to list out your hardware specification as detail as you can for me to help you faster and easier. I am worried that you might have a Aspire that might be different from some other people here.

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Your Realtek drivers are outdated or something did not install correctly if according to what you’re describing is what i’m thinking. View my complete profile. I have updated some of the prseario with its chipset model!

So tension to fix it. No problem so far. I using aspire G laptop.

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The SATA driver in the driverpack prsario contain all the famous and frequently used ones Can anyone tell whats the reason? Aug 9 I don’t remember saying anything about installing?

No more drivers problem after this please, else i won’t answer. How do they compare to these guys I found recently: To do this, try find out the sections which commands the winnt. Now, what 4 things?

Shoot, acer website got hacked. As long as you made your own answer file and paste the DriverPack part into the winnt.


Download the Intel Mass Storage and extract and copy it into your USB drive and follow the instruction as mentioned above. Aug 10 In Vista installation, I needed to select “Load driver” then point to the file folder containing the drivers. Believe it or not my Vista suddenly was getting blue-screen of death If both are a sure yes, please try the disc on another computer for me Still what you are implying doesn’t makes any difference from what i said.

I serched in google, found fews related rar files.

This is another solution: