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HP 2730p - EliteBook - Core 2 Duo 1.86 GHz Driver Installation

Installing sata drivers on hp elitebook notebook pcs.
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Installing SATA Drivers on HP EliteBook Notebook PCs
Introduction......................................................................................................................................... 2
Purpose .......................................................................................................................................... 2
Audience ........................................................................................................................................ 2
Benefits of SATA .............................................................................................................................. 2
System Requirements and Prerequisites................................................................................................... 2
System requirements ......................................................................................................................... 2
System prerequisites ......................................................................................................................... 2
Transitioning a Sysprep image from IDE to SATA..................................................................................... 3
Where these guidelines are applicable............................................................................................... 3
Steps to add SATA support to the original image ................................................................................. 3
Adding SATA drivers to RIS Installation Points ......................................................................................... 5
Where these guidelines are applicable............................................................................................... 5
Steps to add SATA drivers to the distribution point ............................................................................... 5
Adding SATA Drivers to an Installation CD ............................................................................................. 7
Where these guidelines are applicable............................................................................................... 7
Steps to add SATA drivers to the CD .................................................................................................. 7
Adding SATA Drivers to WinPE 2005 .................................................................................................. 10
Where these guidelines are applicable............................................................................................. 10
Steps to add SATA drivers to WinPE 2005 ....................................................................................... 10
Modifying a Windows XP installation to support SATA Native Mode ....................................................... 12
Where these guidelines are applicable............................................................................................. 12
Steps to modify a Windows XP image to support SATA Native Mode .................................................. 12
How to Obtain SATA Device IDs ......................................................................................................... 14
Where these guidelines are applicable............................................................................................. 14
Steps to obtain the SATA Device ID from a Windows XP image........................................................... 14
Steps to obtain the SATA Device ID from a Windows Vista image ....................................................... 17
For more information.......................................................................................................................... 20

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    Installing SATA Drivers on HP EliteBook Notebook PCs Introduction............................2 Purpose ............................2 Audience ............................2 Benefits of SATA ..........................2 System Requirements and Prerequisites....................2 System requirements ......................... 2 System prerequisites ......................... 2 Transitioning a Sysprep image from IDE to SATA..................3 Where these guidelines are applicable....................

  • Page 2: Introduction, Purpose, Audience, Benefits Of Sata, System Requirements And Prerequisites, System Requirements, System Prerequisites

    Introduction Purpose This white paper provides instructions on how to successfully incorporate SATA drivers into a Windows XP installation on HP EliteBook Notebook PC models. The following guidelines provide procedures for adding SATA drivers to RIS (Remote Installation Service) installation points; adding SATA drivers to installation CDs;...

  • Page 3: Transitioning A Sysprep Image From Ide To Sata, Where These Guidelines Are Applicable

    Transitioning a Sysprep image from IDE to SATA Where these guidelines are applicable IMPORTANT: Follow the installation instructions in the order provided. Failure to complete these steps in the proper order can result in an unsuccessful or unstable installation. This section provides guidelines for customers who need to add SATA support to a sysprep image. Sysprep images with no SATA support will display a blue screen and reboot very quickly in an infinite loop.

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    4) On the system you intend to Sysprep, add the first 5 files (a through e, from above) to the PnP drivers store (example: c:\drivers\sata). 5) Obtain the SATA Device ID as described in the section “How to Obtain SATA Device IDs”...

  • Page 5: Adding Sata Drivers To Ris Installation Points, Where These Guidelines Are Applicable

    Adding SATA drivers to RIS Installation Points Where these guidelines are applicable IMPORTANT: Follow the installation instructions in the order provided. Failure to complete these steps in the proper order can result in an unsuccessful or unstable installation. This section provides guidelines for customers who need to add SATA support to a Remote Installation Service distribution point.

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    6) Open RemoteInstall\Setup\<Language>\Images\<Dir_name>\i386 \txtsetup.sif in Notepad. 7) Go to the end of the file. There will be several blank lines. 8) Move the cursor up a few lines. This is necessary because there is a hidden marker at the end of the file.

  • Page 7: Adding Sata Drivers To An Installation Cd, Where These Guidelines Are Applicable

    Adding SATA Drivers to an Installation CD Where these guidelines are applicable IMPORTANT: Follow the installation instructions in the order provided. Failure to complete these steps in the proper order can result in an unsuccessful or unstable installation. This section provides guidelines for customers who need to add SATA support by creating a custom Windows XP Service Pack 2 Installation CD.

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    8) Open the c:\xpcd\i386\txtsetup.sif file in Notepad. 9) Go to the end of the file. There will be several blank lines. 10) Move the cursor up a few lines. This is necessary because there is a hidden marker at the end of the file.

  • Page 9: Using Oscdimg (or Cdimage) And Cdburn (command Line Utilities From Microsoft)

    18) Burn the custom XPCD from the c:\xpcd folder. a. Note that the volume label of the CD must be the same as from the original XP CD b. The custom XPCD must be bootable (with the Microsoft bootblock). There are various party utilities which can accomplish this.

  • Page 10: Adding Sata Drivers To Winpe 2005, Where These Guidelines Are Applicable

    Adding SATA Drivers to WinPE 2005 Where these guidelines are applicable IMPORTANT: Follow the installation instructions in the order provided. Failure to complete these steps in the proper order can result in an unsuccessful or unstable installation. This section provides guidelines for customers who need to add SATA support to a WinPE ISO or DOK.

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    8) Go to the end of the file. There will be several blank lines 9) Move the cursor up a few lines. This is necessary because there is a hidden marker at the end of the file. Add the following lines to the txtsetup.sif. For the HardwareIdsDatabase, multiple device IDs can be added here using any of the SATA Device IDs obtained from the section of this document titled “How to Obtain SATA Device IDs”.

  • Page 12: Modifying A Windows Xp Installation To Support Sata Native Mode, Where These Guidelines Are Applicable

    Modifying a Windows XP installation to support SATA Native Mode Where these guidelines are applicable IMPORTANT: Follow the installation instructions in the order provided. Failure to complete these steps in the proper order can result in an unsuccessful or unstable installation. This section provides guidelines for customers who have built an image with SATA AHCI Native Mode disabled in F10 Setup, and need to modify the image to support SATA AHCI Native Mode enabled (the default mode).

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    txtsetup.oem 6) Download and run the “Intel Chipset Installation Utility for ICH9 for Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP” for your models from www.hp.com. 7) In Device Manager, right-click the IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers/Intel ® ICH9M Serial ATA Storage Controller and select ‘Update Driver’. If more than one Intel ICH9M Serial ATA Storage Controller is listed this process only needs to be done once.

  • Page 14: How To Obtain Sata Device Ids, Where These Guidelines Are Applicable

    How to Obtain SATA Device IDs Where these guidelines are applicable This section provides guidelines for customers who need the SATA Device ID from an HP system to enable SATA AHCI support in custom images. Steps are provided for both Windows XP and Windows Vista.

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    4) When the Device Manager Console opens, scroll down to locate & expand the category for IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers as seen in the screenshot below: 5) Double click on the listed SATA AHCI Controller to bring up the device’s property window. Page 15...

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    6) In the device property window, select the Details tab and choose “Hardware Ids” from the drop-down menu as seen in the screenshot below. The Device ID needed from the list is the one with the simple Class Code Hardware ID (identified with a “CC” string in the name). In the example below, the Device ID needed is PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2929&CC_0106.

  • Page 17: Steps To Obtain The Sata Device Id From A Windows Vista Image

    Steps to obtain the SATA Device ID from a Windows Vista image 1) Begin by taking a Windows Vista system with the HP image already on it. Turn on the system and boot into the Operating System. 2) Once the Operating System is loaded, select the Start Button and type the following command: devmgmt.msc Pressing the Enter key after typing the above command will launch the Device Manager...

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    3) When the Device Manager Console opens, scroll down to locate & expand the category for IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers as seen in the screenshot below: 4) Double click on the listed SATA AHCI Controller to bring up the device’s property window. Page 18...

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    5) In the device property window, select the Details tab and choose “Hardware Ids” from the drop-down menu as seen in the screenshot below. The Device ID needed from the list is the one with the simple Class Code Hardware ID (identified with a “CC” string in the name). In the example below, the Device ID needed is PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2929&CC_0106.

  • Page 20: For More Information

    To learn more about HP business notebooks, contact your local HP sales representative or visit our Web site at: www.hp.com/go/notebooks. ©2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services.

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