Booting windows through PCI to IDE card Tags: Homebuilt PCI Windows XP Systems Last response: January 19, 2013 2:50 AM in Systems Share filo4078 January 18, 2013 11:43:42 PM Hello, I have a PCI to IDE/SATA board and i'm trying to boot windows xp from it on the IDE port. I am getting a message that says "NO IDE drive attached to the FASTTRACK controller, The BIOS is not installed" The drive is attached. In the setup it sees the card as a RAID board. I need to be able to do this without installing the drivers as my industrial panel computer has no IDE/SATA I/O. It originally booted from CF which is not ideal for Win XP. Thanks Phil More about : booting windows pci ide card GhislainG a b B Homebuilt system January 19, 2013 2:50:58 AM What controller model? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Booting from pci ide card Forum New build, problem booting from PCI IDE Raid card! Forum SolvedBoot through a dvd rw on sata pci card Forum Windows 7 pci ide controller card drivers Forum Install and Boot Windows on a SATA Hard Disk using an old PCI+IDE Motherboard Forum Windows 7 pci ide controller card drivers Forum Adding pci sata card + samsun blu ray prevents IDE boot Forum SolvedDesktop without wireless pci card or usb wireless adapter can connect to WiFi through laptop internet sharing connection? Forum Boot from cd using pci ide card Forum System won't boot with Abit HA66 PCI IDE card Forum SolvedExternal Graphics Card through PCI-e to USB Forum IDE Hard drive not booting windows 7 Forum SolvedPCI to IDE card is better or IDE to SATA converter better Forum PCI IDE controller Card Forum PCI IDE controller card not working Forum SolvedDoes TECOM PCI-E TO 2 SATA IDE 2 SATA CARD support win7 Forum SolvedCan I use my secondary laptop that boots up to reinstall windows on my HDD that wont boot at all through usb connection? Forum Windows 8 Booting (IGPU works, PCI-E GTX750Ti doesn't work properly) Forum SolvedIs it possible to boot from a pci raid card with an old computer. Forum SolvedTwo PCI-E video cards (Non-SLI), four monitors on Windows 8.1 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !