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I think what you are trying to do is install Windows on a laptop where you only have one drive. Thanks for the info, look forward to hearing from you. Use Question Form such as ” Why? Sign in Already have an account?
Driver not found: ‘MSCD001’
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This will let you see what’s going on as it boots. I have partitioned and formatted. But when using a boot CD for XP orit’s not the same system.
It was working fine, but I had restarted the computer and went out with that problem. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
Missing MSCD001 driver (file)
Don’t forget afterwards to: CD-Rom’s do not need drivers, they use firmware which is burned into the hardware like a bios and Windows supplies the basic ASPI driver needed to read and write data from them. Similar Threads – Device driver found. Resources linked from this page may no longer be available or reliable.
Though I’m quite sure you didn’t “format the cdrom drive”, since that really isn’t possible in this context. Be it a floppy, CD, or your hard drive. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.
Yes the config and autoexec look like a normal 98 boot disk. If so, XP is self-booting.
WinZip gives a “Required file winzip. Hope it’s working, see ya round. Jan 27, Messages: Over a Month Ago Time Zone: If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
You could try going cc the dvd manufacturer’s web site for drivers.
Device driver not found ‘MSCD’ | Tech Support Guy
Ok what it says is device driver not found: Please log in to reply. I have 2 optical drives. Last modified on