I did not notice you were using Solon New Member Member 5 posts. Your name or email address: Yes, my password is: I’ve checked the root directory and the mscd drivers are all there in place. Thankyou for the tip!! Its a Maxtor rpm 60GB.
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Driver not found: ‘MSCD001’
Posted 29 June – Net Forums Windows 7 General. If you don’t get that, then just post the contents of config.
This may take a few minutes. When I use the boot disk and select 1. Sign in eevice Don’t add me to the active users list.
Your exactly right, one drive, it’s a pain in the butt!!
Remove if you’ve found some and reboot your computer. I think what you are trying to do is install Windows on a laptop where you only have one drive. Sign In Sign Up. How do I copy those file on my root directory?
And how can I solve this problem. CD-Rom’s do not need drivers, they use firmware which is burned into the hardware like a bios and Windows supplies the basic ASPI driver needed to read and write data from them.
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msdc001 By root directory do you mean the first device on boot up, because it is the floppy at the moment. Jan 27, Messages: Over a Month Ago Time Zone: For a boot disk that is 9x based like 98, 95, ME etc.
The hard disk comes from my old computer.
Let us know what happens Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Though I’m quite sure you didn’t “format the cdrom drive”, since that really isn’t possible in this context. You’ve got DR Digital Research dos loading from whatever drive you’re booting from.
device driver not found: MSCD – Hardware, Components and Peripherals
Disconnect one of the drives until after Win98 is installed. You can read it here: I start my computer to my OS. The information on Computing. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Back then you were expected to edit kscd001. This old version is going to not make sense to today’s tech support staffers.
Mscd001 “FILE NOT FOUND”
Are you using a startup disk you created in Windows? Is your boot floppy the correct one and not corrupted? Thank you for helping us maintain CNET’s great community.