Assuming this is a SATA drive do you know if the laptops'
BIOS supports running the SATA controller in AHCI mode?
If you can enable that in the BIOS and use UDP Cast's AHCI
SATA driver are you then able to see the drive? If you weren't
aware of this, if you decide to configure the SATA controllers
to run in AHCI mode you may have to rebuild any disk images
that were originally prepared with the controllers set to
operate in IDE mode; as I understand it you'll run into
problems in Windows if you change the operating mode of the
controller after installation of the OS.
Gunner Poulsen wrote:
I use UDP-cast in my work as administrator on a school. It has worked
brilliant for years :-)
Now we have got 35 new labtops that I have to clone. But UDP-Cast can't find
the harddisk :-(
The hard discs are: ATA Hitachi hts542525k9sa00
UDP-cast just comes up with OTHER as harddisk partions to clone.
Can anyone help?
I beleve it is a fault in the driver.
Med venlig hilsen Gunner Poulsen
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