Fernando 1 Posted November 16, 2007 Share Posted November 16, 2007 (edited) @ all owners of a computer with an Intel S-ATA AHCI or Raid system: Many users with such system have problems, when they try to install Windows XP (32/64 bit) or Windows Server 2003 (32/64 bit), because the Setup of these Operating Systems will not automaticly detect the hdd's, which are connected to the Intel S-ATA AHCI or Intel SATA RAID ports of the mainboard. Furthermore the traditional F6/floppy method often fails due to bad floppy media or the lack of a floppy drive. The easiest and safest solution is the integration of the Intel Controller drivers into a bootable 32/64bit XP or W2k3 CD by using a tool like nLite. Here is the way how to do it: Integration of the Intel SATA AHCI or SATA RAID drivers by using nLite Guide for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 (32/64 bit) (removed at 08/25/2013) Dear visitors, in November 2007 I have written at this place my first guide about the integration of Intel's textmode drivers into a Windows XP CD by using the tool nLite. Until now (August 2013) I have tried to answer all questions and to keep this guide up-to-date and to offer download links to various suitable and actual Intel AHCI and RAID drivers. Due to the recently completely altered software of this Forum I am not able anymore to update my old MSDN Forum guides the usual way. Since I don't want to offer here an outdated guide with broken download links and since I am offering the related guides within my own new Win-RAID Forum as well, I decided to completely delete the original text of this start post and to refer to my new Forum. If you want to read my complete and up-to-date instructions about how to integrate Intel's AHCI and RAID drivers into a Windows XP (32/64bit) image and if you are searching for links to the drivers I recommend to integrate, you should join >this< site of my Forum. Hoping for your understanding and best wishes Fernando Edited August 25, 2013 by Fernando 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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