Vista Install Won't Recognize Hard Drives
I am having a very hard time installing Vista Home Premium to a new hard
drive -- I have tried on three different SATA hard drives. For example,
although my BIOS recognizes the drive (a 500 GB Maxtor), Vista's install
program says: "Windows is uanble to find a system volume that meets its
criteria for installation" and "This computer's hardware may not support
booting to this disk. Ensure tht the disk's controller is enabled in the
computer's BIOS menu." I had no trouble previously installing Vista on this
computer on a different SATA 500 GB drive. In fact the previous
installation was a breeze. I formatted each of the new drives in Vista
before swapping them in for installtion. Anyone have an idea what is going
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