Posted 20 January 2008 - 06:36 PM
The SATA drivers are not for your hard drive - rather they're for the controller (on the motherboard) so that it will recognize the drive and use it properly.
You'll have to get these drivers from the manufacturer of your system - if it came SATA capable. If it didn't, then you'll have to figure out who made the chipset on the motherboard and get them from there.
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