Finding The Latest Standard Dual Channel Pci Ide Controller Driver

12/20/2021by admin
Hello,

Below you will find the direct download link for this driver. The download is free but make sure to create a System Restore point for your Windows 7 or Vista (or if you are using Windows XP try these instructions) - the restore point will help you restore your computer if the downloaded driver doesn't work for you. Home » Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller Use the links on this page to download the latest version of Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller drivers. All drivers available for download have been scanned by antivirus program. Free standard dual channel pci ide controller download - standard dual channel pci ide controller driver - Top 4 Download - Top4Download.com offers free. software downloads for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android computers and mobile devices. Visit for free, full and secured software’s. If you want the newest available nForce SATA driver for Win7 x64, you should. NForce Serial ATA Controller' or the 'Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller'. Id find the VISTA version for your board and go that route.

Pci Ide Controller


I am having trouble on a Win2K machine in that I installed a default driver (Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller) for hcd (hard disk controller) and now I cannot stay logged in (the machine reboots 1 second after the desktop begins being displayed). I can access the filesystem and update files, and disable processes and drivers using my Windows 2000 boot disk recovery console, but no version of safe mode or Last Good Configuration is working.
Using the type command in Win2k recovery console, I read the contents of setupapi.log and it appears that Windows may have had trouble installing the default driver:
The following is the end of that file (the recovery console doesn't let me copy files off the system, only onto it so I manually copied this using paper and pen):
Device install function: DIF_REGISTER_COINSTALLERS.
Co-Installers Registered
Device install function: DIF_INSTALLINTERFACES.
Installing section pciide_inst.Interfaces from C:WINNTinfmshdc.inf.
Interfaces installed.
Device install function: DIF_INSTALLDEVICE.
Doing full install of RootHDC0000.
[2008/04/07 23:08:02 236.3 Driver Install]
Munged cmdline: C:WINNTsystem32services.exe
EXE name: C:WINNTsystem32services.exe
Searching for compatible ID(s): pcicc_0101
Enumerating files C:WINNTinf*.inf
Found PCICC_0101 in C:WINNTinfmshdc.inf;
Device: Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller;

Driver: Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller;
LatestProvider: Microsoft; Mfg: (Standard IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers); Section: pciide_Inst
Decorated section name: pciide_inst
Device install function: DIF_SELECTBESTCOMPATDRV.
Selected driver installs from section pciide_inst in C:WINNTinfmshdc.inf.
Changed class GUID of device to {4D36E96A-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}.
Set selected driver.
Selected best compatible driver.
Device install function: DIF_INSTALLDEVICEFILES.
Doing copy-only install of ROOTHDC0000.
Some history:
I have a Pentium II 400MHz machine with Intel SE440BX-2 motherboard, two 128MB SRAM cards and two hard drives(ST34311A-(PM) and Maxtor 6E040L0-(PS)), both with Win2K Professional installations. The computer uses PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0. The ST34311A is the original hard drive for this machine which came with a 45x CD-Rom. After I had trouble with a different machine, it wouldn't boot up except to a BSoD (Inaccessible Boot Device) that would appear in the middle of the Windows2000 startup (no version of safe mode worked). Using Windows 2000 Boot Disk I got to the recovery console and tried fixboot and it made a new boot sector on the drive but it didn't help it boot up, so I moved the hard drive from it to be the slave of this machine's hard drive and disconnected the CD-Rom of this machine. The new configuration booted up fine and I was able to read the old hard drive. Everything ran fine for a few days so I decided to move the CD-RW from the other machine to this machine and reconnect the CD-Rom as slave of the CD-RW. I plugged the data cable into the motherboard's secondary IDE slot. Then the computer started up ok, but didn't show either the CD-Rom or the CD-RW in Windows, so I powered off and checked the cables. Powered back up and Windows detected a new device 'hdc'. I searched for a suitable driver and selected the default 'Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller' since I wanted the Secondary IDE Channel to show up in System devices. After selecting it, the computer rebooted and went through startup, but as soon as it got past the Windows login screen and began displaying my desktop it crashed. It continually crashed right after just logging into Windows. I tried Last Good Configuration, but it didn't work. I entered the BIOS (F2) but changing it to only Primary IDE Channel configuration in the BIOS didn't affect the Win2K bootup so I restored it to 'BOTH'. I also disconnected the data cable from the CD-Rom and CD-RW but that didn't work either. So I put in my Windows2000 boot disk and I got to the recovery console. I can see the files on the hard drive and update them if need be or stop a driver/process but the driver I installed (Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller) doesn't appear so I'm now at a loss for what to do. Any help would be appreciated.
Mike
PS: If this looks familiar, I also posted this at geekstogo.com's forum but got no response
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