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A boot-start driver is a driver for a device that must be installed to start the Microsoft Windows operating system. Most boot-start drivers are included 'in-the-box' with Windows, and Windows automatically installs these boot-start drivers during the text-mode setup phase of Windows installation. If a boot-start driver for a device is not included 'in-the-box' with Windows, a user can install an additional vendor-supplied boot-start driver for the device during text-mode setup.

To install a device that is required to start Windows, but whose driver is not included with the operating system, a user must do the following:

  1. Install the device hardware and turn on the computer.

  2. Begin your Windows installation (run the Windows setup program). During the text-mode phase of the installation (at the beginning of the installation), Windows displays a message that indicates that you can press a specific Fn key to install a boot-start driver.

  3. When Windows displays this message, press the specified Fn key to install the boot-start driver and then insert a boot-start driver distribution disk.

Note This procedure demonstrates how you can install a driver that is not included 'in-the-box' with Windows. Do not use this procedure to replace or update a driver that is included with Windows. Instead, wait until Windows starts and use Device Manager to perform an 'update driver' operation on the device.

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When Windows fails to start, certain error messages that are displayed can indicate that a boot-start driver is missing. The following table describes several error messages and their possible causes.

Error messagePossible cause

Inaccessible boot device

The boot disk is a third-party mass-storage device that requires a driver that is not included with Windows.

Setup could not determine your machine type

A new HAL driver is required. This error does not occur on most machines, but it might occur on a high-end server.

Setup could not find any hard drives in your computer

The required boot device drivers for the hard drives are not loaded.

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Boot-Start Driver Distribution Disk

A boot-start driver distribution disk is a medium, such as a floppy disk or USB flash drive, that contains a TxtSetup.oem file and the related driver files. The TxtSetup.oem file is a text file that contains a list of hardware components, a list of files on the distribution disk that will be copied to the system, and a list of registry keys and values that will be created. A sample TxtSetup.oem file is provided with the Windows Driver Kit (WDK), under the src directory of the WDK. For details about the contents of a TxtSetup.oem file, see TxtSetup.oem File Format.

The following requirements and recommendations apply to platform-specific and cross-platform distributions disks:

  • Platform-specific distribution disks (Windows Server 2003 and earlier)

    Windows requires a platform-specific distribution disk for each platform that a driver supports. A platform-specific distribution disk contains one TxtSetup.oem file and the related driver files. The TxtSetup.oem file must be located in the root directory of the distribution disk.

  • Cross-platform and platform-specific distribution disks (Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1) and later versions)

    Windows supports cross-platform distribution disks that contain two or more platform-specific TxtSetup.oem files and the related driver files.

    To distinguish between platforms on a cross-platform distribution disk, use the platform directories that are listed in the following table.

    PlatformPlatform directoryDefault directory

    x86-based

    A:i386

    A:

    Itanium-based

    A:ia64

    A:

    x64-based

    A:amd64

    A:

On a cross-platform distribution disk, Windows uses the platform-specific TxtSetup.oem file that is located in the platform directory that corresponds to the platform on which Windows is running. If a corresponding platform directory that contains a platform-specific TxtSetup.oem file does not exist, Windows uses the TxtSetup.oem file in the default directory, if one is present.

Windows also supports platform-specific distribution disks. A platform-specific distribution disk contains one platform-specific TxtSetup.oem file and the related driver files. The TxtSetup.oem file must be located either in its corresponding platform directory, as is done for cross-platform distribution disks, or in the default directory of the distribution disk.

The driver files for a given platform on a cross-platform distribution disk or on a platform-specific distribution disk must be located relative to the directory that contains the platform-specific TxtSetup.oem file.

Tip Although not required, we recommend that a TxtSetup.oem file always be placed in a corresponding platform directory. Using platform directories eliminates the possibility that Windows might attempt to use a TxtSetup.oem file that is incompatible with the platform on which Windows is running. For example, if a user attempts an unattended installation on a platform with a distribution disk that does not contain a corresponding platform directory, Windows cannot determine whether the TxtSetup.oem file in the default directory is compatible with the platform. If a driver fails to load because the driver is incompatible with the platform, Windows displays an error message and terminates the unattended installation.