Originally Posted by rckngslnd. If so, make sure Hyper-Threading is on. Windows 7 IT Pro. I have Windows 7 up and running and I am very happy. Monday, November 23, 9:
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SCSI Adapter – LSI Logic – LSI Logic Ultra160 PCI SCSI Adapter; 53C1010-33 Device Drivers Download
I have disabled the onboard lsi u and installed an Adpatec A which is supported by windows 7 hostraid disabled. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. When you boot from the Win 7 dvd custom install and it gets to the page no disk available there should be an add drivers option.
Anyhow, switched on this morning, “attempting to boot logoc HDD”. Tuesday, December 22, 8: Marked as answer by jeanfor Sunday, November 8, 4: Marked as answer by jeanfor Sunday, May 10, 2: The original disk with Xp on it fired up without any problems, so we are currently transferring all the data back from the tape to a new HDD. LSI should show “not supported”. I reviewed my bios settings one more time and saw the Hyperthreading was turned off.
I have Windows 7 up and running and I am very happy.
Once hyperthreading was turned on windows 7 installation continued with no issues. Saturday, November 7, 9: This was my real issue. Open Control Panel and search for “update device drivers”.
Download LSI Logic 53C Device
If you 53c110 click and extract the folder it creates a folder with the install utility and files. It is OK as long as you have the drivers.
Any other devices that are not supported should be removed from the system for the initial installation. What message do you get when you start the installation?
You can find them on auction sites for very cheap. Last edited 25th December at Friday, November 13, 3: Found it via cnet, but it’s only for this specific chipset. EVGA Z68 ftw mb core i5 lots of sata drives and some vintage scsi hard disks. Hi jeanfor, I’m having exactly same issue that you had. Do you think the real issue is that bios setting? This is an 18 month old Lzi machine which has never given a moment’s problem before.
Hostraid is not supported. It runs really fast on my HP x The issue was to have hyperthreading turned off for the Xeon processors in the bios of the HP x workstation. Dear Jeanfor, I had a deep look at your issue because I have been experiencing the ksi problem.
Does anyone can collect the drivers zipped file and upload to share together?! Install updated drivers for the following devices. If I succeed, I’ll keep you posted.