ProBook 440 G3: Problem installing Win7 on ProBook 440 G3 - HARD drive not found

When I install Windows 7 on this PC it does not detect the HARD disk drive. If I choose the most recent version, it can detect.

I was wondering when I try to install windows 7 it always require driver, I click on browse then it shows my drive on the HARD drive to find the driver, but it does not list in the place we choose to install OS.

How can I do to install window 7?

See if it works...

I discovered that apart Intel chipset USB 2.0 support Skylake chipset.

This means that windows installs the drivers normal USB will not work.

The Microsoft Windows DVD ISO not the USB 3.0 drivers natives either.

Therefore, add USB 3.0 drivers in the Windows ISO file.

Intel has on it.  They have a utility that does all the work for you.

ndows-7-USB-3-0-Creator-Utility https://Downloadcenter.Intel.com/download/25476/Wi

Run this and point to your Installation USB support and, hopefully, W7 will be installed.

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