I can get to S:\ via My Compoter in Windows, and its a slave drive with a
Im using a virtual drive as well, since I don't have a DVD burner, so it
doesn't ask anything from me before giving that "helpful" error.
"Colin Barnhorst" wrote:
> Before the installer can see your S: drive you may need to supply a hard
> disk controller driver on the screen where you see the Load Drivers button.
> Since you did not give any information about your machine at all, I cannot
> If S: is an external usb or firewire drive you cannot use it.
> "giggsey" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > When I try to install, it gives me:
> > " You must make the following changes before installing Windows
> > Close Windows installation and contact the device manufacturer for updated
> > driver software for these devices:
> > Your computer is not compatible with Windows Vista, so Windows Vista
> > cannot
> > be installed.
> > "
> > Now this is a nice error, telling me exactly whats wrong </sarcasm>
> > Running the advisor tool tells me that I don't have a big enough HDD,
> > which
> > is true in terms of my C:\ drive only having a few GB free. However, I
> > want
> > to install Vista to my S:\ drive (20GB), but I can't get into the
> > installer,
> > to do anything.
> > Help appriciated and needed asap.
> > Thanks.