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  1. Integration of Intel's SATA AHCI and RAID drivers

    Hi I didn't see this guide and just ran through the process myself. It seems to be working okay, but now I have a question: From the guide, Part (2) : Step (4) Judging by the fact that it says it doesn't matter which INF file is clicked on when via the "Single driver" option, I'm guessing it also doesn't matter if one clicked on "Mulitiple driver folder" option instead rather than "single dirver"? After I had extracted the drivers and found there were two INF files, I guessed that the folder option was more appropriate. On the next screen, just selected the two relevant controllers from the list of 10 or so. Seems to have worked, so is the proper way to select "single" next time?
  2. nLite - Honey Turbo 9.1

    Yes something's wrong with the hashes? I don't get either of those values!
  3. version clarification

    Thanks both of you! Awesome stuff!!
  4. version clarification

    hi all. I have a quick question and will probably be a silly question, but.... I note on the download page it has the latest version: This support for XP SP3 means as a host right? i.e. if running an XP SP3 machine, only up to build 5503 is supported? The alternative way I nearly interpreted it as, was that if you're working with the source installation files of an XP installation, it only works with a source installation version of up to XP SP3 build 5503. Thanks and sorry if it seems silly