First I was changing slot, it didn't help, then cancel the installation, PC went for restart and everything just repeated. It lost the connection, and became confused, don't know where to find the USB drive it used to read before. If you got this error message - TURN OFF your laptop, change the USB slot and then turn on. Working... his comment is here
Michael SimpsonApr 23, 2015, 12:51 PM Hello allI have to say that after hours of hard core trial and error the only thing that has worked is the USB swap out I did this and it didnt work, I also downloaded the windows vista version too, the set up does not recognise the drivers. W7 doesn't support USB 3.0 natively. Please insert the installation media...etc..." I've tried going into the BIOS and changing around boot order, installing drivers from the MB support disk, cleaning the disk, downloading drivers from the internet https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/how-to-fix-a-required-cddvd-drive-device-driver-is-missing-occurred-in-windows-7-install/
Soft Unboxing 24,020 views 1:57 How to load a controller driver during a Windows 8 installation. - Duration: 8:27. I tried: replugging, USB 2.0, USB 3.0 (I have both types), disabling/auto/enable USB stuff in BIOS, used the Intel 3.0 tool (my USB drive did not even show up so I AzkiaSolusi 7,461 views 6:36 [SOLVED] A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing - Error - Duration: 0:56. If you are using USB 3.0 port, switch it to USB 2.0 port and try installing the system again.
trinityoaks, Dec 11, 2013 #1 mattcheau Notebook Deity Reputations: 1,041 Messages: 1,253 Likes Received: 75 Trophy Points: 66 why are you removing the ei.cfg file? Thanks mattcheau, missed that part when going back and forth to the other thread. bkhan136Jan 1, 2016, 5:31 AM Thanks Hardik. Sata Drivers For Windows 7 Driver Easy provides Free version and Professional version.
First I was changing slot, it didn't help, then cancel the installation, PC went for restart and everything just repeated. It lost the connection, and became confused, don't know where to find the USB drive it used to read before. danbfreeJun 7, 2015, 5:15 PM I was trying to use a nice and fast USB 3.0 thumb drive on a 3.0 port, simply had to move to 2.0 port, I didn't
It is our general practice to disconnect all non-OS HDD's/ SSD's, including M.2 and PCIe slot SSD's except for the drive you're install Windows on.
Your feedback has been sent. Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Download Then connect it back to the netbook and install the drivers - if it boots. Different USB Creators, non are helping. Also what might help - in BIOS disable "USB XHCI Controller".
You will be brought back to the welcome screen. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2041469/windows-installation-required-dvd-drive-device-driver-missing.html The problem is when I try to install windows 7, I get the error "A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing Windows 7 We accidentally left a slip stream install DVD in the DVD drive from a previous test and noticed that we DID NOT receive the " A required CD/DVD drive device driver Windows 7 Installation Error Load Driver & Missing Cd/dvd It really sounds like the installation files/media is messed up, so I would use a different copy of Windows and try to install again.
trinityoaks, Dec 12, 2013 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Next > Loading... this content SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe53K53K Loading... PS: thanks to everyone here especially mangojeff for pointing out how you can spot your USB 2 drives easily)• This error is probably caused because your copy of windows 7 doesn't You may not believe it, but it is the easiest and most useful solution to fix problem. Windows 7 Load Driver Bypass
At the moment the HDD is clean and when I... It lost the connection, and became confused, don't know where to find the USB drive it used to read before. At the welcome screen, remove your USB drive, insert it back to DIFFERENT USB PORT. weblink I'll post it here for anyone else struggling with the same issue:OK now is the truth.
If you got this error message - TURN OFF your laptop, change the USB slot and then turn on. A Required Cd/dvd Drive Device Driver Is Missing Dell The installation process will be like usual. Nothing worked but that blessed suggestion about turning off the lap top, and only than putting your USB to 2.0 slot.
Make sure you turn it off completely before changing USB slot. KLF was trying to explain earlier that you'll need to load those drivers in order install. I dont know what to do anymore because I know my computer is capable of 64-bit. Windows 7 Installation Drivers Free Download It's the ei.cfg file that tells the installer which version to install.
When Windows is asking for driver, just click Cancel. Also in the bios it dosent let me change the sata settings, just enable or disable and also RAID mode and IDE mode, no mention of AHCI. I was planning on doing this during the install. check over here Reply Ferrari says: January 12, 2017 at 4:01 pm Mostly it is the USB 3.0 port that might cause that error.
jj4esterJun 5, 2015, 6:33 PM donovan broadus said: rzimman20 said: Hardik Padsala said: Ok, I've actually solved this myself via the help of a thread on tom's hardware. Use this tool if you know that the machine is setup UEFI/GPT: Rufus - Create bootable USB drives the easy way If you want to revert to a Legacy BIOS/MBR setup As above plug it into a USB 2 port.Most of the time this should fix it. Of course, you can activate only the version you have a key for, but by removing the ei.cfg file, you don't need to have separate media for each version (if you
Microsoft have upset a lot of users since Win 8 came out.. Any help will be great, thanks! be sure that you are using a usb 2.0 drive an dusb 2.0 port! change the boot option in my bios from uefi to lagacy still no solution.
HARDIK, YOU ARE MY NEW HERO!THIS was the solution to the 'need CD/DVD driver' message, simply move the install USB drive to another port and PRESTO! Boot your system to the Windows 7 Professional 64-bit media using the F12 boot menu to select your boot device. Hey Jeff, THANK YOU !! I think, it is due to failure of Windows installer to remain its detection to the USB drive.
Manually installing the IRST driver as indicated in the workaround below Precision 3510 systems configured with 2 storage devices [Both a Solid State Drive (SSD) and a Hard Disk Drive (HDD)].