A required cd dvd drive device driver is missing windows 7 fix

Ошибка при установке Windows: «A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing»

Дано: флешка с виндой 7 и диск, привод для дисков только USB, SATAшного нет. Материнка ASUS Z170-A с UEFI. Нужно установить ОС.

Выдаёт ошибку как на картинке (что при установке с флешки, что с диска), единствнное, что нагуглил — надо переставить флешку в другой порт. Мне это не помогает. Как-то грустно, что в 2016 году невозможно поставить ось без внутреннего привода. Может, есть способы?

Ошибка при установке «Windows failed to load because a required file is missing, or corrupt»
Собственно, при переустановке windows 7, после выбора 32/64 бит, начинается загрузка и вылезает эта.

Ошибка при установке Windows: «Default Boot Device Missing or Boot Failed»
В общем решил переустановить виндовс. Сначала были проблемы с GPT и EFI. Сделал все как написано.

Ошибка при установке Windows: «Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media. «
Доброго времени суток, господа! Собрал компьютер и на установке Windows 7 застопорился на этой.

Ошибка при установке Windows: «Windows должна быть установлена на компьютер, который поддерживает ACPI»
Здравствуйте, форумчаны) Такая у меня ситуация сложилась. Хочу переустановить виндовс 7 (до этого.

Источник статьи: http://www.cyberforum.ru/windows7/thread1771978.html

A required CD/DVD device driver is missing, usb installation

I’m trying to install windows 7 on my freshly built pc by using a usb device (no cd drive as of yet). I followed this guide to do this: http://www.intowindows.com/how-to-install-windows-7vista-from-usb-drive-detailed-100-working-guide/.

Whenever I try and boot the device on my new computer I get the «cd/dvd device driver missing. » error and a box for me to select drivers. I have tried changing the boot order in the BIOS but to no avail and I wanted to change my sata ahci mode but I couldn’t find this option (american microtrends v1.6 bios).

I’d really appreciate it if somebody could help me solve this issue.

Ok, I’ve actually solved this myself via the help of a thread on tom’s hardware. I’ll post it here for anyone else struggling with the same issue:

OK now is the truth. This is the solution.

I assume all of you is using USB drive to install.

When Windows is asking for driver, just click Cancel. You will be brought back to the welcome screen. At the welcome screen, remove your USB drive, insert it back to DIFFERENT USB PORT. Click Install Now again. The installation process will be like usual.

This problem happened to all new version of updated Windows 7 installer. I think, it is due to failure of Windows installer to remain its detection to the USB drive. It lost the connection, and became confused, don’t know where to find the USB drive it used to read before.

When we re-insert the USB drive, Windows installer will detect the USB drive back, and continue like usual.

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Источник статьи: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/a-required-cddvd-device-driver-is-missing-usb/61eda679-66cc-4512-b175-d02871394461

A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing. (Unable to install Windows 7

never even get to the install portion).

Tried various BIOS settings no change
Intel Core 2 Quad (Q8300 @2.50GHz)
4 Gig RAM

I’ve tried combo of IDE devices and SATA Devices
I’ve tried only using IDE devices (Hard Drive / DVD drive)
I’ve tried only using SATA devices (Hard Drive / DVD drive)
I’ve tried Burning the Image of the OS on +R DVD media
I’ve tried Burning the Image of the OS on -R DVD media
I’ve tried installing in a Virtual window (VMware player)

various media and also ISO image.

Image obtained via School Employer’s website with the Teacher Home Use program.

Downloaded all the drivers available from Gigabyte for my motherboard, uncompressed them all, and put on a thumb drive.
After scanning all the driver, still unable to get to the option to Install Windows.

Tried getting other drivers (Intel ICH10 / jmicron SATA drives / etc..) and still none of them will get the install past the Collecting information section of the install.

If you are performing a clean installation booting from DVD. We usually come across this error message if the CD/DVD drive is incompatible with Microsoft’s AHCI driver (msahci.sys).

To work around this issue, disable AHCI mode for your disk controller in the system BIOS. Typically the controller has to be changed from AHCI mode to «IDE» or «ATA» mode.

Access the below link for more information:

Also go through the below link where many users have come across a similar kind of issue you are experiencing and they have fixed by following the suggestions provided by Kevin Hau MSFT, Moderator on Monday, October 26, 2009 10:39 PM:

Credit — Manasa P – Microsoft Support

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Looks like you’ve already tried some of the steps below — do any you haven’t done yet. If nothing else works step 7 is an option.

A required CD/DVD device driver is missing

1) Change BIOS boot order — The most successful fix for this issue is to set the optical (DVD) drive as the first boot device in the BIOS. To do this, first enter BIOS mode as follows:

This is accomplished by pressing a specific key repeatedly as soon as your computer is turned on (or right after it is restarted). For many computers, the key is F1, F2, F10, the Delete (del) key or the Escape (ESC) key. Consult your computer or motherboards manual or try different keys until you find the right one.

Find the screen or option for changing the boot order. Follow the instructions for changing the boot order.

2) Disconnect all internal hard drives you are not installing Windows on . Also disconnect all external drives. Then reconne ct after installing.

3) If you downloaded Windows 7 and burned it to a DVD, double check that you burned the .ISO file as a disk image (and not as a regular file) to the empty DVD. If you burn it to a DVD again use the lowest speed possible. It’s also possible the download has errors, try downloading it again.

4) Update ITE ATA driver — Failing the above, try booting back into Windows Vista or XP. Launch Windows Update and install the ITE ATA driver update before attempting the upgrade. The upgrade advisor may not find this driver.

5) Switch from SATA to AHCI — Follow the aforementioned instructions for booting into your computers BIOS, then check your HDD or storage settings. Turn off SATA, switching to AHCI, and reboot normally, then re-attempt installation of Windows 7. Also try switching to IDE.

6) If you have another DVD drive hook it up to your computer and try using that drive to install Windows 7.

7) Try installing Windows using a USB drive:

Also, there’s 2 main threads for this issue, one that seems to be related to retail disks (and others):

And the other is a general discussion thread:

Источник статьи: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_install/a-required-cddvd-drive-device-driver-is-missing/51ecd2ed-b678-e011-9b4b-68b599b31bf5

How to Fix ‘A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing’ Error

Installing Windows 7 with a Flash USB drive is by far the easiest and fastest way of installing Windows OS. But in the same time, a common issue “A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing” would occur during the installation, which makes you feel more confused because you even don’t have a disk drive. Though the error message is saying the problem was caused by missing drivers, you have to know this might be not driver problem. Read on to find the answer and solutions to fix this problem.

Why the problem occurs?

The problem caused because the USB drive is not recognized by Windows PE (Windows Preinstallation Environment ). Windows PE is built on Windows 7 kernel and is used to prepare a computer for Windows installation. So if the USB drive is not recognized by Windows PE, you may encounter this problem and cannot install the system. Try solutions below to fix the problem.

Solution 1: Unplug the USB drive and Plug it back

Just unplug the USB drive and plug it back in the computer, then the problem should resolve. You may not believe it, but it is the easiest and most useful solution to fix problem.

Solution 2: Switch to Another USB Port

If unplugging doesn’t work for you, try another switch port. If you are using USB 3.0 port, switch it to USB 2.0 port and try installing the system again.

Solution 3: Change the USB Settings in BIOS

Faulty USB settings in BIOS may also cause the problem. Windows 7 install media doesn’t have native support for USB3.0. So if your BIOS has any settings for USB3.0 support during start up, turn it to AUTO or DISABLE.

Windows install would cause some driver issues, so you can check if there is any driver problem caused after installing Windows 7. Go to Device Manager to check for the driver status. In Device Manager, if you see a yellow mark next to the device, the driver is having a problem. The problem driver may have a yellow mark next to it like this:

If you are having difficulty with updating driver manually, you can use Driver Easy to help you. Driver Easy is a driver update tool which will help you download and update all drivers automatically. You can use it to scan your computer to detect problem drivers then download new drivers.

Driver Easy provides Free version and Professional version. To get higher download speed and save more time, you can consider using the Professional version. With Professional version, all drivers can be downloaded and installed with just 1 click. What’s more, you can enjoy free expert support guarantee and 30-day money back guarantee. You can contact us for further assistance regarding the installation failure issue.

Источник статьи: http://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/how-to-fix-a-required-cddvd-drive-device-driver-is-missing-occurred-in-windows-7-install/