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If it is on-board Mass Storage, the driver is in the motherboard drivers (typically in CD). Install the driver by running from the CD.
If it is indeed a PCI card, the driver should have come with the card (typically in a floppy). If not, go to the manufacturer?s website and download the appropriate driver. If you do not have a manual or instruction, you may need to take the card out to find the brand and model. You need to install the driver from the Device Manager.
I am not sure whether the not-enough memory error message and the Controller are related.
You simply may need more physical memory or need to disable unnecessary startup programs to increase System Resources.
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If your PCI Mass Storage Controller card (not on-board) is either UDMA (or ATA) 100 or 133, do not connect any CD-ROM (or DVD-ROM or CD-RW) to it. The CD-ROMs cannot handle the data transfer rate and become very unstable.
Please provide more information on your “PCI Mass Storage Controller” e.g. is it a SCSI card, a Promise Serial ATA card, a Promise ATA card and where you are getting the error message. If your using a SCSI or Promise add on controller card and the O/S cant find it, or your O/S won’t boot at all, or that the O/S will boot but in the device manager your SCSI/Promise controller card is not listed.