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Hello. I'm using Asus P4B-M motherboard with initio (INIC-162x SATA) controllers. I integrated XP sp3, original SP2, Text mode drivers using nLite version 1.4.5 Everything looked fined. I can enter the windows installation, I can detect my SATA drive, and the installation process had already copied files to my disk, and ask me to reboot. The strange things happened here: After reboot, windows screen appeared (with that status bar), but after about 10 seconds, blue screen appeared and showed error code 0x0000007b. I search the net and find that this error may be due to wrong SATA drivers. My question is how this could happened since my computer already recognized the drive? or should I include both PNP and TXT mode driver? Many thanks!