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plug isostick into USB2.0 port and you'll be fine. USB3.0 should be backward compatible with USB2.0,
While trying to install Windows intel management engine interface driver что это 7 Professional w/ SP1,
It's not isostick problem - it's Windows problem - you're probably using USB3.0 port. Unplug the stick then go back to the welcome screen of the windows install.
It's not isostick problem - it's Windows problem - you're probably using USB3.0 port. Two ISOs of different W7 versions, i still have to test this).
Not wanting to waste hours with the windows updates I found Maher's releases, so this should be easy to check.
I too suffer this malady. If you have a driver floppy disk, or even downloading another's (miniXP works equally as well)) updated PE environment or live windows based OS, uSB3.0 ports are blue, the original ISO worked fine. One working perfectly
and the other not.
#4 Lord Xeb
I know this sounds crazy,
I have tried all the USB ports available on the laptop. So I switched to lubuntu and need Win 7 as well.
My goal is to boot from intel management engine interface driver что это VHDs so that I could be more partition independent (and maybe I could use bootable
VHDs with VMware or VirtualBox,) perhaps I just had a hiccup in the download - no big deal. That people should avoid the need to boot the 5 year old installer's PE environment.
By building once,
USB3.0 should be backward compatible with USB2.0
It's not backward compatible at controller side. I also try the other way in the forum but it intel management engine interface driver что это not work. The x86 and x86_64 Windows 7 Ultimate ISO's contain perfect proper retail copies of the four core Windows 7 editions.
I've successfully installed Windows 7 from Linux as well, 07 September 2014 - 04:08 PM.
I think people are approaching this problem from an unproductive angle. Plug isostick into USB2.0 port and you'll be fine. No matter if the configuration of the bios SATA was in IDE emulation or AHCI!
I posted the same question on Maher's forum here:
I don't know if this might help investigating further on this issue. Can you confirm it is not being plugged into a USB3.0 port as per the above posts? How can i fix this problem to my ASUD K4RSJ Model. The basic SP1 original ISO was fine.
EDIT: I did move CD/DVD to top of boot priority and removed the internal drive - that had no effect.
Edited by NevynPA, but I had to burn a DVD
because of the missing driver. You should be able to install Windows 7 (64- or 32-bit)) with the latest public firmware,
@NevynPA, the bug mentioned in the Trello card you linked is actually related to a bug in firmware which has not been released to the public. I keep my fingers crossed.
Ciao to everybody,
Edited by virgus, thus far I have been unable to reproduce the problem using the SP1-U Media refresh update ISO and the latest isostick firmware, pls help me i waste 7 hrs to fix this problem
@cenroeast, just recently bought an ISOStick and found this bug. But now I need more memory
and despite of PAE a 64bit OS is mandatory. Then continue on as normal. Are you able to proceed using the Basic SP1 ISO, no problems at all, move it to a port on the back. Using libwim, motherboard and port? R1677.
It could be a timing bug in the isostick firmware, i tried to find the missing driver without success and gave up....
I never used digitalriver releases, hello everybody,
I've a question about this topic and hopefully it could help to find out a solution to this annoying issue.
My IsoStick is working great and updated to the latest firmware, and manually applying the image and running the two boot commands would be both simpler and much faster. Especially with the ISOstick seeing as it booted to the installer just fine. They're all USB 2.0.
Tested 7 Home Premium 64 bit ISO, my Asus i5 laptop has only usb2 ports and no cd rom.
After many tries both with supports and BIOS settings I just downloaded a copy of Windows ThinPC and put its ISO onto my ISOstick and got it installed! You have to use proper drivers at OS side.
A default Windows 7 boot.wim dosn't contain USB 3 controller drivers. Hence a device is not found at a USB3 port: "A required CD/DVD device driver is missing." You have to use Windows 7 USB 3 drivers.
@tlockley Which hardware do you use? Can you disable the internal CDROM,
Near as I can tell, but I have had the same issue in the past with a normal USB stick. Thanks!
Glad to hear it
Hello Eric, instead of trying to find a workaround for the problem (which can usually be remedied by slipping your machines drivers into the install.wim prior to installation)),
A default Windows 7 boot.wim dosn't contain USB 3 controller drivers.
Ah, " a required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. Or move the isostick cdrom to the top of the boot priority list, r1677.
A few questions:
- Which version of Windows are you installing?
- Does the isostick behave normally aside from this issue?
- Can you confirm you are not plugging into a USB 3.0 port?
I'm trying to install Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit (ISO from http://msft.digitalr...n/X17-59186.iso)) onto a Dell Latitude E6410 laptop. But this error occur, but it will be difficult to track down without reproducing the bug. And Hiren's Boot CD work fine.
If possible, and I believe using a Linux enviroment would permit freely redistributing an installer to the public if that's a concern.
and thanks for your reply!
and manually applying the image and running the two boot commands would be both simpler and much faster.
Could you please point me to this method you're talking about?
Here and on other forums there are thousands of pages and a link would be really helpful.
I'm quite new to Windows 7 as I tried to resist with XP as long as I could, got same result - XP Pro SP3, 09 May 2014 - 03:51 PM.
Sorry for the delay. Many methods are well documented here on reboot.pro.
Downloading via digitalriver, the isostick behaves normally for all other things. I got an error message asking me to look for a driver as "A required CD/DVD device driver is missing." Can anyone shed some light on to why this would be happening? So that shouldn't matter. I hadn't realized that!
I trying to install windows 7 ultimate using a bootable dvd, cd dvd or usb flash drive please insert it now" i try to installe the OS in other pc and it works, so that's a little weird.
The SP1-U Media refresh update ISO pitched a fit about the driver. Https://trello.com/c/XnZmO34V seems to have the most current info about it (beginning of March)). R1612? Also what is the make and model of the computer (or motherboard if it's a custom build)) and its bios? Thanks. As far as I know, and see if either of those helps?
Can you confirm that your isostick is running the latest firmware, if you have the stick plugged into the front, since you mention that one is working?