No device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK.
Windows XP-32bit > 7-64bit
I have now spent many hours now on this and this is the latest error message i get after redownloading and going through all this malarky. I am getting very frustrated and heartly sick of MS. They are every example of a monopoly for the economist and will be for years.
It is an absolute disgrace that they never even got 10 students to try and download when they uploaded; it's just basic. The money I have spent buying it have been long exceeded at a personal cost in time. I feel cheated.
i bought a new dell inspiron n 5010 and i have downloaded windows 7 professional(64 bit) from the MSDNAA account and burned the image on the DVD.In the bios of my laptop i set the sata mode to ahciwhen i try to install windows 7. it loads file completely but after install and next button click a dialog box appears with some message as "No device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click ok."That message gives me 3 buttonsok, cancel and browse, neither of OK and CANCEL would let me through the install, and with browse i have tried to find those missing drivers but without succeed
I have a HP ML110g5 server which I have disconnected the smart array and connected a HDD via sata directly to the motherboard.when installing windows 7 "No device drivers were found etc."does anyone know where I can get the drivers (I assume for the HDD) so windows will recognise where to install windows.Bios does recognise the HDD.the HDD model is 9ca152-784 by seagate
I purchased a drawing tablet that connects via USB to my windows 7 machine. I installed the drivers and I see the proper ones on Device Manager. Yet after it is installed, Windows 7 does an extra step and searches for the drivers. It says that the drivers could not be found. But the drivers are installed. I am looking right at them. I uninstalled that "unknown other device" manually from the device manager and restart the computer. The device works. The computer recognizes the drawing tablet and it works for a little while. But again, Windows 7 begins its automatic search thing. It does something that makes the tablet not work anymore.
I recently built a desktop so that I could play SWTOR, all the parts were salvaged from other computers, but they are all working and compatible, to the best of my knowledge, except for the hard drive, which was broken, so I went out and bought a Western Digital 1 TB hard drive and a new copy of Windows 7 Home Edition. When I got home I plugged the hard drive, a SATA drive, in and popped the install disk in, only right after I got to the "Install Now" button and clicked it did I get this message;No device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OKFollowed by;A required CD/DVD drive device is missing. if you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now.Note: If the Windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step
So, as @karlsnooks and @golden had said, I downloaded an ISO file from Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO from Digital River � My Digital Life.And using a Windows 7 USB/DVD Tool, I burned it into a USB stick.Now, when I boot from it, I get to the Window home screen, and when I proceed, I get this message:"A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now. Note: If the Windows installation media is in the CD/DVD drive, you can safely remove it for this step." <Browse> <OK> <Cancel>When I browse and point it to the Boot folder, this message comes:No device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers and then click OK.
I'm trying to create a dual boot with win7 and ubuntu. I want to install win7 first and then the other os. So, using Gparted, if I create a partition, formatted or not, win7 setup will not recognize my hdd and i get the above error message. "No device drivers found". If I set my hdd space as unallocated, it gets recognized, but setup tells me it's unable to install windows into any of the drives. No further information is delivered.
The thing is I can easily install ubuntu and set it up. So there's nothing wrong with my hdd. Why would windows not recognize it and request for the drivers? I went to the Hitachi website, but they tell me there are no drivers available, since all OSs already have that information. I wonder why I'm having such a hard time installing win7. Ubuntu clearly works and installs smoothly and no errors occur.
More info: - Installing Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit - HDD (500gb) is empty, expect for one OEM recovery partition (12gb)
[code] So I get the Comp built, and did not have a windows iso yet, so I put Ubuntu 11.04 on it. When I tried to put on Windows 7 64-bit, via live USB, I get to the Install Windows button (very early in the process), before it gives me the error LOAD DRIVER: No device drivers were found. Make Sure the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK.So I can browse for drivers, and I have downloaded the Windows drivers for the Sata and AMD 970 chipset from Gigabyte, but the install windows screen does not pick them up. I hit browse and then find the folder i saved them in and hit ok, yet it finds nothing.My bios have been changed from AHCI to IDE with no luck.
I'm trying to install Windows 7 64 bit on a newly built PC; All pieces are brand new. While trying to install Win 7, I get past a couple of screens then I get stuck at a "Select the driver to be installed." screen. Whenever I click on any of the drives showing up I get an error message that says Load Driver "No signed device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK."
I have the bios set to boot from CD/ROM first, Hard disk second, and USB third. The bios reads the hard drive as the correct 1 TB that it is. The "OnChip SATA Type is [Native IDE]." I have checked and double checked that things are plugged in correctly, but do tell me if its still possible I did something wrong. I have also tried booting with a copy of Windows XP that I had laying around but that gave me an error about "unable to partition drive."
I recently bought two Sandisk SSD's to run in RAID for my rapidly aging computer. I'm currently installing windows 7 (x64) on my new drives and I get the "no device drivers found" message that has haunted me in the past. I remember previously I resolved this issue on my Samsung F1 by setting the drive configuration in my BIOS to IDE, of course, this is not possible now as it must be set to RAID.
I've a samsung with some extra samsung features (samsung update plus, speed up manager, recovery system etc.) and they bug me. Therefore I wanna do a clean installation on my laptop but when I boot up on my USB (works fine) I get the following message "No device drivers were found ..." instead of having access to the partition manager.Btw., I've tried the to boot other laptops with the USB stick and it works like a charm. I read somewhere that the problem could be that my laptop didn't load the SATA drivers, which is needed for the partition manager, that might be the problem but I don't know where to find the drivers though.Furthermore I've noticed that I can't see my USB drive when I browse for files only C:/ (system disk), D:/ (primary), E:/ (some recovery disk) and X:/ (boot)?
I just bought a new system and built it myself and was pleasantly surprised to see that it started up ok..now im trying to install windows 7 64-bit from a DVD and I get this message:"No signed device drivers wre found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct dirvers, and then click OK."I went to ASUS's website and dl'd my HDD's driver and put it on a USB. The installation recognized it and I assume used it but I still have this issue. Basically when I go to select were I want to install windows, there's nothing there.I don't have a 4GB USB and was hoping I could fix this w/o one - I do have a phone with like 10GB storage but I think you have to wipe everything to install windows from a USB.....
Here's a list of my specs:
ASUS DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS Black SATA 24X DVD Burner - Bulk - OEM
HITACHI HDS721050CLA362 (0F10381) 500GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive
GIGABYTE GV-N560UD-1G GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model CML8GX3M2A1600C9W
ASUS P8Z68-V/GEN3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard with UEFI BIOS
I pop in my Windows 7 disc (that I got from a friend - it's not a legal copy), and I get to the drivers section. How/where do I get drivers for this? Also, I have the motherboard and gpu cd's - and it won't recognize any drivers from them. *This error comes up "No device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click OK."
as usual I turned off my laptop and after a while a turned on again to use my laptop but it couldn't reach operating system and showed error : " OPERATING SYSTEM NOT FOUND" !
I tried all instructions to solve the problem and finally run by windows start up CD to re-install new windows. this time I faced error: " No drivers were found. click load driver to provide a mass storage driver for installation"
I have a Dell Inspiron 546 running Windows 7 Ultimate.Last week after a reboot I got an error stating no bootable device found. I checked the Bios everything seemed in order and out of desperation I reformatted the drive and although shes runnning like new again the same error appears. If I insert the installatin DVD it boots normally.
Ok so I just reformatted my Windows but the first thing I noticed wrong with it was the video quality it was pixelated and blurry so I looked through my device manager and the I saw the PCI device is not installed
I try to clean my asus every weekend (clean, scan disk & defrg) and shut down. When i try to on it show me windows 7 repair (recom).I dont know whats wrong. I start repair my asus and the result (mbr corrupt) i try fix mbr it show me (i/o device not found) i go to bios and check my hard disk its there..
when i start my laptop the windows logo hang,all keys not function.i push off power button for 5 seconds and i open it together with f2.start up menu registered ang when i follow the step the result is boot device not found 3fo
When i am start my HP Ultrabook II then error is boot device not found please install an operating system on your hard disk hard disk- ( 3f0 ) f2 system diagnostics for more information,visit: [URL]and press f2
system diagnostics f1 system information <run complet> f2 staert-up test <run complet> f3 run -in test <run complet> f4 hard disk test <hadr disk not exist >
So loaded up a older laptop from 2009, with the common issue " no boot device found". So I went pooped in the restore CDs and reloaded the OS and went through and redid everything. " thought it fixed issue" shut down and reloaded os. With same msg " no boot device found" so i pressed F2 and choose boot proprity hard drive and then it loaded OS as if nothing happened. So i thought maybe my hard drive could have issues, Did harddrive all passed, So i think now that it could be my motherboard or the sata connecter?
Having a problem with an unknown device under Other devices. I tried scanning for hardware changes and updating the device but keeps coming up with no driver found. As well as the fps of a game I play has dropped significantly from where it was a day ago and get prompted the game is having trouble recognizing my graphics card this has never happened before.
i bought a touchmate bluetooth headphone but its not connecting to my laptop (hp6710b).its giving me a msg that bluetooth periperal device not found. i m using windows 7 home basic 64 bit. all the wireless things mobile wifi works properly except my bluetooth headphone.
I'm quite puzzled with this problem. I'm trying to fix a microphone to my PC (Control Panel > Hardware & Sound > Sound > Manage audio devices) and try to configure the "Recording tab". In the tab, the message says "Realtek High Definition Audio Not Plugged In".
Last night I recover my dell inspron from the recovery disk. After recovery of windows on factory when i boot the system it stuck on a error boot device not found and said that i should repair it from windows 7 DVD which i didn't have. Is there any manual way to repair the boot files from another source or through flash drive