Why would a mobo manufacturer of a mobo without floppy support supply their drivers on a floppy? At this point, I am thoroughly confused. They all need DDR3. I may have sacrificed a tiny bit of FSB speed for a mountain of stability so-far. I’ll post back once I install XP and all my other goodies. There’s probably a newer bios, but I’m sticking with this one since I don’t want to break my sound again. Maybe this will be better with Vista.
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I never had problems with BIOS updates on this motherboard. It appears that there are vp35dp three floppy drives that are compatible with the XP installer– all USB. If its an array then yes you will need drivers. Register a new account. I can’t find that documentation anywhere And good luck finding one of them.
motherboard – Intel DP35DP No Boot – Super User
I might have to check this one, but I pretty much leave the configurations at the default. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. This is just a heads up, do NOT upgrade your bios to the new one released in january, it will break your sound support in OS-X drivers work fine, you get no sound. Twigman Why would a mobo manufacturer of a mobo without floppy support supply their drivers on a floppy?
Downloads for Intel® Desktop Board DP35DP
Go to the Intel website and download the drivers. The Seagate I’m taking over intact with a lot of important data on it. Should I just use IDE mode? I arrived at the nlite solution as well.
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Why would a mobo manufacturer of a mobo without floppy support supply their drivers on a floppy? But why are you trying to install I am an asshole.
If that doesn’t work, I suppose I’ll dump the board and try something else. I’ve unplugged and regplugged in the SATA power and data for the hard drive and optical drive.
Sat Aug 04, 7: I guess it could be the optical drive itself since the discs don’t spin up, but Dp35do should at least work Anyway, any help you can give me on which SATA connector to use would be great. No LAN or sound for me though. Posted February 20, Jan 7, Posts: I can also tell that the disc is not spinning up like it should.
Sign up using Facebook. As for not having a floppy Do you have access to the Internet?
Intel DP35DP and SATA?
It is only necessary to point to the file containing the complete contents of the RAID floppy disk; nLite takes the. Well I can get to Unetbootin menu, which is a first. I do own this motherboard too, but after a successfull installation of kalyway I can’t find that documentation anywhere. After going through this build, the nLite solution is by far the best.