Sign in to vote. Saturday, January 28, 7: Let me if that works or what you have tried. Sunday, May 10, 2: The issue was to have hyperthreading turned off for the Xeon processors in the bios of the HP x workstation.
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Download LSI Logic 53C Device
If so, make sure Hyper-Threading is on. This one is pretty old.
Edited by jeanfor Friday, November 13, 3: The scsi host adapter drivers need to be 53c101 during Custom installation when you get to the where do you want to install page add drivers in blue. Marked as answer by jeanfor Sunday, November 8, 4: Point it to a usb flash drive or floppy with the extracted drivers.
SCSI Adapter – LSI Logic – LSI Logic Ultra160 PCI SCSI Adapter; 53C1010-33 Device Drivers Download
Sign in to vote. Sunday, May 10, 2: When you click ok it should then find the scsi HDD to install. I reviewed my bios 53cc1010 one more time and saw the Hyperthreading was turned off. Monday, November 23, 9: It so tired to find a Vista and extract the 53C files. Found it via cnet, but it’s only for this specific chipset.
I was able to get an old Precison with onboard AIC intstalled using old drivers. Hi jeanfor, I’m having exactly same issue that you had. What message do you get when you start the installation? I cannot move forward without a solution Anyhow, switched on this morning, “attempting to boot from HDD”. Is there any possibility I might solve this on my xw as well?
Sunday, July 26, 7: Hostraid is not supported. Sunday, November 8, 2: Results 16 to 21 of I get the following message below The following issues are preventing Windows from upgrading. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Install updated drivers for the logoc devices.
LSI Logic Ultra PCI SCSI Adapter 53C Device
Opened up vLite http: It runs really fast on my HP x PiqueABoo – Many Thanks! And this worked fine Originally Posted by rckngslnd. Once hyperthreading was turned on windows 7 installation continued with no issues. LSI should show “not supported”. The original disk with Xp logoc it fired up without any problems, so we are currently transferring all the data back from the tape to a new HDD.
It is OK as long as you have the drivers. Saturday, January 28, 7: