Contribution d'origine par : Andy ,
Hello, You will likely want to place your hard drive into compatibility mode and manually partition the hard drive, deleting all the available partitions and installing onto the blank space. This will, of course, delete all your data! If that doesn't work for you, or you need functionality from the SATA controller not available in compatibility mode, you can search for the "F6 (or floppy drive) Sata (sometimes Raid) Drivers" for your brand of motherboard. These can be installed during installed during the Windows installation by placing them onto a USB drive, and pressing F6 when the installer prompts you to in order to install third-party drivers. I don't believe pulling the CMOS will do much to help you in this case.