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Thanks buddy. It worked fine. I think that the problem is because I was using a software called FlashBoot to make the image created by nLite bootable by a Flash Drive. The very same image generated by nLite that I used in Flash Drive and didn't worked, worked just fine when burned to a CD-R. This is off-topic but inside Windows XP x64 i'm having a hard time installing drivers. I managed to install WLAN, AUDIO and USB drivers, but whenever I use these devices the system gets lagged and some times freezes. It seems like the drivers are installed fine but something that connect these devices to the main board are not working properly. For example my WLAN is kinda slow (the signal seems good but the speed is very bad). Thanks anyway.
Hi, thanks for the fast answer! 1) I tried integratind different versions, wich include: First I've tried the official one from this page on Intel Download Center, specifically the "f6flpy-x64_188.8.131.526.zip" file, since my laptop is x64 based. But the strange thing about this is the fact that the "Detailed Description" section says this driver is for Intel desktop boards, maybe I got the wrong download? Searching for 184.108.40.2066 on Intel Download Center also returned this other 2 pages: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21407&keyword=220.127.116.116&DownloadType=Drivers〈=eng http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21730&keyword=18.104.22.1686&DownloadType=Drivers〈=eng But them both seem to be for RAID, and mine is AHCI. After that I found your article and tried the A and B options. 2) First I tried enabling only Series 6 AHCI controller, since that doesn't worked I've tried selecting all of them at the same time (is this a problem?) but don't got lucky. I don't know if this may affect the process but i'm booting these integrated drivers Windows XP Setup's from a Flash Drive (to avoid burning lots of CD's) Other thing that make me question if I'm doing something wrong is these two quotes: What exactly is a legacy type controller? I don't tried the one from driver CD, maybe this works... When I get home I'm gonna try this ASAP. This other post caught my attention since my controller is a series 6 one, but how i'm gonna integrate SP3 to a Windows XP x64, far as I know X64 edition only got a SP2. Thanks for all.
Hello, First of all, thanks for the great article. But I'm kinda stuck: I got a untouched Windows XP x64 SP2 disc and followed this guide line by line and I still can't manage to detect my SATA AHCI HDD at Windows XP Install Program. I'm on a Dell XPS 15 (L502X) Laptop, I downloaded CPU-Z and according to it my SATA controller is a HM67, which means it's a Intel 6-Series controller (acordingo to this) Here's the report from CPU-Z: I've already verified that my BIOS is at last version. What can it possible be the problem?