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First, I have the following system:

AMD Athlon X2 3800+

Gigabyte MA61SME-S2

Kingston DDR2 667Mhz CL5

Western Digital WD1600AAJS

I have a few questions:

1. first, would I have to use the F6 during XP installation? If yes give me instructions without using nLite because the problem is that I have no floppy drive.

Those are my files for SATA Drivers:

Disk1

IDECOI.DLL

NVATABUS.SYS

NVRAID.CAT

NVRAID.INF

NVRAID.SYS

NVRAIDCO.DLL

TXTSETUP.OEM

2. Second, I have a CD with SP2 integrated, can I integrate SP3 over it?

3. Third, How can integrate WMP11 and IE7 by using nLite? If yes, Should I first integrate SP3 and then integrate them?

and one more qusetion: can I use both nLite and unattended? because I used nLite Before

Thanks for the helpers :thumbup

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Those are my files for SATA Drivers:

Disk1

IDECOI.DLL

NVATABUS.SYS

NVRAID.CAT

NVRAID.INF

NVRAID.SYS

NVRAIDCO.DLL

TXTSETUP.OEM

1. check your sata name (from device manager)

2. copy your sata driver to a folder (dont forget this file TXTSETUP.OEM)

3. open nlite and choose driver integration

4. choose your inf and choose textmode driver

5.choose your correct driver at the list and integrate

(here is the guide)

2. Second, I have a CD with SP2 integrated, can I integrate SP3 over it?

yes you can integrate with nlite.

open nlite and choose ervice pack integration

you have to download sp3 standalone version

(sp3 standalone)

3. Third, How can integrate WMP11 and IE7 by using nLite? If yes, Should I first integrate SP3 and then integrate them?

you can integrate wmp 11 with wmp slipstreamer

(wmp11 slipstreamer)

and you can integrate ie7 with nlite

and one more qusetion: can I use both nLite and unattended? because I used nLite Before

i didnt understand :)

Thanks for the helpers :thumbup

sorry for my english

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