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  1. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    Hello all of you. I'm trying to install Windows XP Pro x86 SP3 on my SATA HDD. (Seagate OEM) to no avail as of yet. I've read the first post and I'm still a little confused, my motherboard is an Asus M268-AM SE2. The chipset is NVIDIA GeForce 7025/nForce 630 a (MCP68 SE). I don't know exactly which drivers I should include in the slipstream version of my installation. Thanks for the help. From the first post, I'm guessing I should use the drivers in the B section (AHCI), but my chipset isn't listed... OK, I've managed to get through me first problem: I had Win7 installed before. It made a system partition on the C: drive. When XP extracts the installation files, it puts them on that drive even though I was installing on D:. (http://www.theeldergeek.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=29867) I deleted that partition and now it installs. But now I have the last problem: BSOD at last reboot.... My CD-ROM has only a SATA connector, can someone explain to me if that's the problem. (I don't get it) Or maybe I just have the wrong drivers slipstreamed. For now I used the latest ones from the ASUS website for my MoBo (NVIDIA nForce Chipset Package Driver V15.45(Chipset version for Windows XP.(WHQL)). I'll retry and make sure they're in textmode. Also, for my BIOS configuration: in IDE Configuration, my options are: IDE Controller: Enabled/Disabled Serial ATA Controller: Enabled/Disabled nVidia RAID Controller: Enabled/Disabled What should I choose ? Simon