M2000

Before installation of Windows MCE, please:

  1. Check the SATA mode function in the BIOS. If there is no such function, please update your BIOS according to the Shuttle website.
  2. Download the relevant chipset driver from the Shuttle website.
  3. Unzip the chipset driver package and separate the F6 Disk Driver. Now enter the F6_Disk folder and doubleclick F6flpy32.exe to create an “F6 driver installation disk” with a blank floppy disk.
  4. Also prepare a USB pen drive to install the AHCI Driver on the M2000.

Start Windows MCE installation:

  1. Go to the BIOS setup page and change the SATA Mode from AHCI to IDE
    1. Integrated Peripherals
    2. Enter OnChip IDE Device
    3. Change to IDE mode.
  2. Go to the BIOS setup page and under Quick Resume Function change from Enable to Disable.
    1. Power Management Setup
    2. Change function to Disable.
  3. Install Windows MCE from CD, and do not press F6 function key when the RAID setup message comes up.
  4. When the Windows installation is completed, please install the chipset driver and reboot the system.
  5. Install the F6 Disk Driver from the floppy disk manually.
  6. After installation of the chipset driver, please enter IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers in the Device Manager, it should show Intel 82801GBM/GHM (ICH7 Family) Serial ATA Storage Controller – 27C4.
  7. Now plug in the USB floppy disk drive with the disk containing the F6 Disk Driver. Now rightclick on Intel 82801GBM/GHM (ICH7 Family) Serial ATA Storage Controller – 27C4, select update driver and do not connect to Windows Update to search for software.
  8. Select install from a list or specific location [Advanced]
  9. Select Don’t search. I will choose the driver to install.
  10. Click Have disk
  11. Click OK to load AHCI Driver from the FDD.
  12. Finally select Intel 82801GBM SATA AHCI Controller from the USB floppy disk drive to install the AHCI driver.
  13. After the installation is completed, please restart the system.
  14. Go to BIOS setup page, change SATA Mode from IDE mode to AHCI Mode.
  15. Go to BIOS setup page, change Quick Resume Function from Disable to Enable.
  16. Enter the Device Manager and select IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers. It should now show Intel 82801GBM SATA AHCI Controller.
  17. Congratulations!
  • faq/xpc_cube/m2000.txt
  • Last modified: 2017/01/27 13:59
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