First off, Missing device drivers aren't bugs. It's up to hardware vendors to
supply drivers to MS for them to include them in the new OS. Don't flame MS
because of your own ignorance.
Secondly, your hardware must be fairly outdated or crap. I have two seperate
SATA/EIDE RAID devices that installed perfectly without me having to do
anything. Actually every piece of hardware was detected and installed in
"Andrew Fiddian-Green" wrote:
> I encountered the following 7 bugs in Vista Pre-RC1 install:
> 1) No driver for Silicon Image SIL ATA serial ATA drive controller
> 2) No driver for 3Com 10/100 Ethernet card
> 3) No driver for Terratec PCI/128 sound card
> 4) Installing Win XP drivers for 3) above causes a blue screen on the next
> 5) Internationalisation setup does not allow Location: Switzerland; User
> Settings: English; Keyboard Layout: US International
> 6) When you uninstall drivers and then try to re-install the same ones, the
> process fails: most likely due to LUA "protection"...
> 7) When you boot to last known good state, and then try to re-install
> drivers, you get the same problem as 6) above
> What is the solution?
> ... my solution is FORMAT D: ...
> C'mon MS this release is completely useless; and it is certainly nothing
> like release ready!!