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    SATA Drivers - Load in Windows 8 System Image Recovery

    SATA Drivers - Load in Windows 8 System Image Recovery
    How to Load SATA Drivers in Windows 8 System Image Recovery
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    How to Load SATA Drivers in Windows 8 System Image Recovery

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    This will show you how to load the SATA drivers in System Image Recovery when Windows 8 cannot find your backup hard drive due to lack of loaded drivers.




    Here's How:

    1) Copy your SATA driver to a disk. (Floppy, CD, USB)
    NOTE: Keep this disk in a safe place. For this example, I am using a Floppy disk.


    2) Click Cancel

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    3) Click Next

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    4) Click Advanced

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    5) Click Install a Driver

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    6) Click OK

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    7) Click Computer.

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    8) Choose your Sata Controller. Double Click on setup inf file.
    NOTE: For this example, I am using JMicron JMB36X SATA/RAID Controller card.

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    9) Choose your Sata Controller. Click Add drivers.

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    10) Click Next & Continue with Re-imaging at step 6 C of:
    System Image Recovery - Restore Image on Computer in Windows 8

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    All done.
    Ray


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    Not sure everyone will know where to find their SATA drivers. ( or even what SATA drivers are, for that matter).

    I don't use windows system image - but perhaps if your windows installation sees the backup HD - might be easiest to point at your install partition driverstore.

    Applies to win7 too, I imagine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIW1

    I don't use windows system image - but perhaps if your windows installation sees the backup HD - might be easiest to point at your install partition driverstore.
    Hi Si
    For this example, I am using JMicron JMB36X SATA/RAID Controller card.
    No drivers in the Windows 8 DVD.

    SATA Driver - Load in Windows 8 Setup

    Quote Originally Posted by SIW1
    Applies to win7 too, I imagine.
    Yes, it would applle.
    SATA Driver - Load in Windows 7 or Vista Setup - Windows 7 Forums
    SATA drivers - Load in Windows System Image Recovery - Windows 7 Forums

    Ray

    PS. You can also Sata Drivers in Norton Ghost & Paragon.

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    Would greatly appreciate help/insights.

    Having trouble seeing created system image backups on backup drive--using created system repair disk. Worked before I thought, but not now. Backup drive is older Seagate Freeagent firewire (IEEE 1394) drive. I am told "Windows cannot find a system image on this computer," etc. So, I would try to install a driver, but have not been able to find what's needed. Snips of what I know obtained via Device Manager are below. Still, what is happening does not make much sense to me because when I try to locate the needed driver, I can go directly to the Freeagent drive and see my created system image backups. Same problem occurs when I connect the drive via USB alternative.

    This is the best I can do (no snips being allowed):

    driver name: disk.inf
    Seagate FreeAgent Pro IEEE 1394 SBP2 Device
    Driver Date: 6/21/06
    Driver Version: 6.2.9200.16384
    Digital Signer: Microsoft Windows
    Device: SBP2\Seagate&Freeagent_Pro&LUN0&REV10\0020370100003d92



    Sorry having trouble with my snips right now. Don't understand that either. Will get them up ASAP.

    Help. Why can't I upload two small png files?

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    Last edited by znod; 07 Feb 2013 at 17:03.
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    Quote Originally Posted by znod View Post
    Would greatly appreciate help/insights.

    Having trouble seeing created system image backups on backup drive--using created system repair disk. Worked before I thought, but not now. Backup drive is older Seagate Freeagent firewire (IEEE 1394) drive. I am told "Windows cannot find a system image on this computer," etc. So, I would try to install a driver, but have not been able to find what's needed. Snips of what I know obtained via Device Manager are below. Still, what is happening does not make much sense to me because when I try to locate the needed driver, I can go directly to the Freeagent drive and see my created system image backups. Same problem occurs when I connect the drive via USB alternative.

    This is the best I can do (no snips being allowed):

    driver name: disk.inf
    Seagate FreeAgent Pro IEEE 1394 SBP2 Device
    Driver Date: 6/21/06
    Driver Version: 6.2.9200.16384
    Digital Signer: Microsoft Windows
    Device: SBP2\Seagate&Freeagent_Pro&LUN0&REV10\0020370100003d92



    Sorry having trouble with my snips right now. Don't understand that either. Will get them up ASAP.

    Help. Why can't I upload two small png files?

    This isn't my day.
    If use a USB 3.0 port, try loading the drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by znod View Post
    Would greatly appreciate help/insights.

    Having trouble seeing created system image backups on backup drive--using created system repair disk. Worked before I thought, but not now. Backup drive is older Seagate Freeagent firewire (IEEE 1394) drive. I am told "Windows cannot find a system image on this computer," etc. So, I would try to install a driver, but have not been able to find what's needed. Snips of what I know obtained via Device Manager are below. Still, what is happening does not make much sense to me because when I try to locate the needed driver, I can go directly to the Freeagent drive and see my created system image backups. Same problem occurs when I connect the drive via USB alternative.

    This is the best I can do (no snips being allowed):

    driver name: disk.inf
    Seagate FreeAgent Pro IEEE 1394 SBP2 Device
    Driver Date: 6/21/06
    Driver Version: 6.2.9200.16384
    Digital Signer: Microsoft Windows
    Device: SBP2\Seagate&Freeagent_Pro&LUN0&REV10\0020370100003d92



    Sorry having trouble with my snips right now. Don't understand that either. Will get them up ASAP.

    Help. Why can't I upload two small png files?

    This isn't my day.
    If use a USB 3.0 port, try loading the drivers.
    Thanks much for the help. I think you probably saw this above: "Same problem occurs when I connect the drive via USB alternative." The old clunkers I am using are USB 2.0. In this regard, device manager does not "tell me" which driver(s) to load. USB 2.0 would be very slow, but I'd use it if I have to--and it would work. On the other hand, I might be able to reinstall faster. Don't know.

    Can't use esata. Computer doesn't have a port.
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    Hy,

    I have tried to load the system image using the above method. Once I upload drivers it says I have to restart.

    I downloaded the drivers x64 bit from:
    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...+RST)&lang=eng

    I initially was running on windows 8 on my hp pavilion dv7. Kindly help
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    Quote Originally Posted by CVJ View Post
    Hy,

    I have tried to load the system image using the above method. Once I upload drivers it says I have to restart.

    I downloaded the drivers x64 bit from:
    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...+RST)&lang=eng

    I initially was running on windows 8 on my hp pavilion dv7. Kindly help
    How many HDD's did you have in Notebook?
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    You might need to install the drivers in winre.wim, before you boot it up.

    Quote Originally Posted by CVJ View Post
    Hy,

    I have tried to load the system image using the above method. Once I upload drivers it says I have to restart.

    I downloaded the drivers x64 bit from:
    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...+RST)&lang=eng

    I initially was running on windows 8 on my hp pavilion dv7. Kindly help
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    I had a main C drive of apprx 650gb and a small D Drive of approx 15GB. How do I install the drivers in winre.wim?
    Will this let me restore the image because currently the system image recovery does not detect the image at all.
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