TheSarge

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  1. Sorry, been busy with work. Haven't had a chance to try another go at making an nLite. Will report back when I do, don't worry.
  2. No, that doesn't work either. If I just load the "NVIDIA nForce Storage Controller" and not the RAID controller, I get I get these error mesages during the initial loading of drivers (the phase right before Windows would ask you to insert your F6 disks if you had pressed F6 right when Windows Setup had stared).
  3. I have three HDDs on this system. Two of them are in RAID 0, but that RAID aray is not set as the OS-resident drive (nor do I intend it to be... it's whre I install my program files and archive my other files.) The OS-resident drive is on the same SATA conteroller as the RAID array, but the OS-resident drive is excluded form the RAID controller portion of that SATA controller. (that's all done in the BIOS, by the way). So... 1) yes. 2a) no. 2b) yes. I only used the SATARAID subfolder and not the SATA IDE drivers.
  4. I tried making an nLite image with the SATARAID drivers from nForce 9.53 for the 680i chipset. I used nLite 1.4 final and Xable's XP post SP2 lite update pack (XUpdatePack_v3.0.3.7z). The image was then burned at 16x to a CD-R and booted. During install, I didn't hit F6 and just let setup run. It gave me an error: System is: Motherboard: ASUS P5N32-E SLI (bios revision 1205) Chipset: Nvidia nForce 680i SLI SPP Rev. A2 Sothbridge: Nvidia nForce 680i SLI MCP LPCIO: ITE IT8718 CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 (Conroe) Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Interrogative
  5. OK, I just nLite'ed and burned a copy of Windows XP SP2 VLK with all the updates up to and including Sept 12 2006 (not including this September's "Patch Tuesday" updates) as well as some of the IDE, SATA, RAID and NIC drivers used by all my machines. Went ahead and tested the build on an old PIII-Celeron (FC-PGA-2 Tualatin) setup, and it went smooth as glass, no problem. Tried the same install on a P4 540J ASUS P5AD2-E Premium rig, and when I got past the boot-from-CD stage, it gave me the following error: File \i386info.inf could not be loaded The Error Code Is 2 Setup Cannot Continue What the heck? It's the same build, off the same CD! Why does one install fine while the other hangs? This is TheSarge, Stumped In Saskatoon.