You should obtain a Win2000 driver for your SATA controller, or you won't be able to clear this. It should be placed on a floppy drive, as that's the only way to add a disk-IO driver to Win2000, AFAICS.
Any particular compelling reason for using Win 2000? It's no longer updated by Microsoft (even the successor WinXP is declared 'end of life') and lots of modern software (even virusscanners...) won't work on it, so I'd avoid it like the plague. For (software)testing purposes you could install it in a virtual PC like VMWare or VirtualBox.
On modern hardware XP is as fast as W2000, or at least not noticeable slower, if you set it to Classic Windows look instead of showing all graphics bells and whistles, and XP does have decent hardware-driver support in contrary to Win2000.
can you describe how can i obtain Win 2000 Driver for SATA controller
, and is it possible to put that on a USB pendrive rather than a floppy Disc my CPU doesn't have a Floppy Disc, i know Win 2000 is kind of obsolete in this day of modern Computing but it really brings back nostalgia which i used to get using Win 98 and 2000 just for personal preference : but 48 % of Business computer is still Win 2000 whicle XP being 37 %, but that not the reason, as i already mentioned.
Yeah i could install that on a Virtual PC but the Display, Graphic and the Printer Drivers are still not recognised by Virtual PC and although i would still use XP for browsing and testing softwares, printing letters etc...... and i do have a dedicated Backup in case of a OS failure, thats not a issue. Its still for personal preferences, just got wonder that a man's desire and wants are never satisfied.
could show the procedure, to obtain the Win 200 Drivers for SATA controller and the proper structure to install them while installing Win 2000 on D:
is a routine work.
Any help is greatly appreciated.My Disc is WDC WD3200AAJS Western Digital 320 GB