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SADtherobot

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  1. I was having the same exact problem. I tried the CD on several machines (with various intel and non-intel chipsets), no testing was performed in a virtual environment. It turns out that the Intel RST 9.6.0.1014 drivers were causing the BAD_POOL_CALLER STOP 0xC2 BSOD every time. I tried creating a CD with and without the AMD SATA drivers, but there was no difference. The BSOD occurred on both XP SP3 and XP x64 SP2 CDs when using nlite to integrate the Intel RST 9.6.0.1014 drivers. I corrected the BSOD by using the older Intel MSM 8.9.6.1002 drivers. Additionally, using the Intel RST 9.6.0.1014 drivers after Windows installation is fine (using the iata96cd installer). A side note to Fabiola and other users: I would stay away from the 8.9.0.1023 drivers if you are using any sort of RAID configuration. Those drivers have a bug that randomly flags drives in a RAID array as "bad", even when the drives have no fault at all. I've experienced this issue on 100% of systems using that driver and RAID arrays. The bug happened on a variety of chipsets, operating systems, and hard drives.

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