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Downgrade from Windows 8 to Windows 7 - Drivers error

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Furiapl, Feb 16, 2015.

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  1. Furiapl

    Furiapl Thread Starter

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    Hello there!
    I got new laptop, HP pavilion x360 (11) and I can't install Windows 7 from USB because during installation I got an error that's saying something like this "you don't have drivers" so... I read on the internet that I need drivers from intel SATA.
    I downloaded it, I even gave the folder for it on disk C and even this didn't help, it still wants drivers and I can't install Windows 7.
    HP support can't help me.
    Maybe you will?
    Cheers!
     
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    usually the installation disk comes with driver but since you are using a usb drive it should contain all the parameters needed for installation but if is not working then you might need the appropriate RAID drive
    In order to resolve this you need to download the appropriate RAID drivers for your computer's motherboard. If you know the manufacturer of your motherboard you can usually get these from their website or a disk that came with your motherboard or PC. Downloaded, extract / move the appropriate files to the USB external hard drive or burnable CD / DVD in order to transfer them to the computer on which you are getting the error.Once you can access the drivers from the computer on which you are getting the error, click "Browse" and navigate to the directory that holds the files and click OK. I hope this helps if you have not already done that.
     
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