Look in device manager for alert message. You may also see an alert in the tray. Once you can figure out which piece of hardware is triggering the message, you can start looking for a driver. It's possible that none exists. In this case, you can disable the marked device in device manager and the startup message should go away.
"No device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click ok"
I Ve been trying to install Windows 7 RC on my Sony Vaio VGN 123 E and i managed to get my DVD fully working (booting windows 7 installation and all), but the las issue im having installing Windows 7 is that eveyrtime i get into the Install now screen, and i click on install now, it goes and show me a screen with this message:
No device drivers were found. Make sure that the installation media contains the correct drivers, and then click ok.
That message gives me 3 buttons: ok, cancel and browse, neither of OK and CANCEL would let me through the install, and with browse i have tried to find those missing drivers but without succeed.
I have read almost every near installation post on this forum and googled that error with no further
FYI:Vista Home Premium already Installed on Laptop. DVD/RW rom is working perfect and window7 does boot perfectly then why the hell it needs drivers again? I do not have drivers for Cd/dvd rom.
Ill appreaciate your help
Thanks in advance