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xp pro setup, P5LD2-VM RAID problem


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hya all

I've got some serious problem installing my new computers (2)

what's it all about.

I've got 2 identical machines:

P5LD2-VM DH motherboard

Intel Core2 Duo E6300 (1,86Ghz Cpu, 1066 FSB, 2mb l2 cache)

2x 200 GB SATA Western Digital HD

2x 512 mb DDR2 (corsair)

So what did I already tried...

Latest bios update from asus site is installed.

In bios i choose IDE-config and there SATA raid and show bootrom

next i reboot and make a mirror raid in the Raid tool.

I can choose this raid in boot menu so that should be ok.

Next i made I Raid driver disk from cdrom asus

Boot xp, press F6, install the intel® 82001GR/GH SATA Raid controller (desktop ICH7R/DH)

all goed good..xp install driver en goed on with init of setup...

But the ..just before u can choose you're disk/partition to install on i get a BSOD

I get this BSOD on both pc's.

the exact BSOD i get is: 0x0000007b(0xf7a22524, 0xc0000034,0x00000000,0x00000000)

I also tried downloading latest driver from intel site but this gives same error.

I also tried slipstreaming the raid driver into my xp cd....same error

and now..I don't now what to do anymore...

Anyone an idea what this could be about.



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I had same problem before, due to drivers for my SATA drive.

It was a Dell computer and I got the error when trying to use an XP disc that came with my other Dell. (the disks appeared to be identical, I had nLited the first disc and made my customizations, so I assumed it was safe to use). I solved the problem by using the disc that came with the computer in question, after I applied my custom settings.

Apparently the new XP disc had the correct drivers already installed on it. Not sure if this helps, but you're probably on the right track with the SATA controller drivers.

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