Hi- I just reinstalled Win 7 64 bit from Win 7 32 and ran into this same problem. I have the same problem with my Ultra TX2 Source for driver: Thanks for taking your time to read through this and my initial question. Due to this my dvd-rom player crashes constantly when I put for instance an empty writable dvd disk. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
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I have not been able to find anything useful on the web yet – I’ll probably dig a bit more. I got a respons from Promise, which wasn’t very promising: The driver folder contains the inf file, the cab file and the sys file.
I also tried the Vista driver – same problem. First you might keep windows update regularly to obtain the latest driver for your device. And sometimes is writes but very slow and it costs 50 minutes Why is the card listed on your site?
Unfortunately at this time we do not. However most customers have moved to SATA which is newer technology.
Seagate is not telling all of its customers to do this. Monday, August 17, 3: Please wait while we find an agent to assist you Friday, June 26, 3: In some cases, due to hardware modifications by different manufacturers, the driver updates may cause some error. Let me see what I can do for you. No, I tried this and it does not work – or rather the driver installs but the card will not initialize – ulfra133 device cannot start.
Promise Ultra TX2 Specs – CNET
At this point other than trying the find more about the virtual XP machine that Scott was mentioning in the above, I will try to get in contact with the manufacturer tried e-mail support – but that can take quite some time before an answer comes backand see if there is a driver even planned for this card. Drivers on the Windows Update site are directly provided by hardware manufacturers.
Thanks for trying to dig through this. I decided to try the vista driver located here: I also have the same problem in windows 7. Here’s a conversation I had recently with a Seagate tech rep: I get the same problem “This device cannot start.
Monday, November 2, 7: Windows 7 IT Pro. Sign in to vote. However, the “force-install” right click – install doesn’t work – error message: Are there specific windows 7 drivers available that solves this issue?
Saturday, July 18, 7: Tuesday, June 23, 5: I had a similiar problem when I loaded Vista 64 bit but found a driver that worked.
Good luck and please post your results here. It looks like no one is going to support their products.
To do this, right click on the program. I’m hoping it will work with windows 7 but i haven’t tried to install it yet.