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  1. I am really at a loss with your problem.Another question: Which hdd's are you using (manufacturer, SATA1/2)? Another idea: Maybe your 430 W PSU is not powerful enough for your system. guten morgen i'm using 2 western digital 250gb sata2 drives RAIDed as JBOD i've been running the system on the 430w PSU for a few months now with no problems at all - gaming, rendering, etc.
  2. Did you try it once more with your first nLited CD (using SATARAID+SATA_IDE of the 6.86 package) and failed it again?If yes, try to take the LEGACY subfolder of the 6.70 or 6.85 package. EDIT: It might be a good idea to uncheck "Oem preinstall" within nLite processing. i tried with legacy of 6.7 and a fresh winxp copy and unchecked oem preinstall it froze and bluescreened at the same point videoprt.sys
  3. You may try to remove the automaticly integrated SATA_IDE driver.Another idea: Do you have a S-ATA connected CDROM/DVD? Alright, I'll try thatNope, my CD drives are standard IDE Your reported problems are very unusual, especially the error message about the TXTSETUP.SIF file. The BSOD with the message "IRQL_NOT_LESS_THAN_EQUAL" is very common and must not be a real hardware issue. My advice: Check your RAM, use default timings (no overclocking during the XP installation) and try your nLited CD again. I just tried without the Sata_ide and it blue screened without an error message - stop 0x000007e was the only thing identifying the message. It blue screened right after the setup screen loaded FAT and NTFS and said Now starting windows...
  4. You may try to remove the automaticly integrated SATA_IDE driver.Another idea: Do you have a S-ATA connected CDROM/DVD? Alright, I'll try that Nope, my CD drives are standard IDE
  5. Which subfolder of the 6.86 package did you integrate? I did just as you wrote in the OP I added the SATAraid folder in textmode and nLite automatically added the Sata_IDE folder A total of 3 entries in the driver list in nLite What's funny is that the NVRaid drivers are working fine - it recognizes the JBOD array and I can format the smaller partition meant for Windows, but the rest of the Windows installation is screwing up.
  6. I have tried just about every option with nLite 1) Fully customized with options and drivers integrated as outlined in the OP - blue screened at 100% of files copied over with error BAD_POOL_HEADER 2) Didn't remove any components from Windows (in nLite) and kept everything else the same - gave an error copying a file over but I hit retry and it worked. Blue screened at 100% of files copied over with IRQL_NOT_LESS_THAN blah blah 3) Only added NVRaid drivers to Windows - line 12185 of txtsetup.sif is invalid. (the line says PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_9622&SUBSYS_00018086 = "i2omp" ) I only have my 2 SATA RAIDed drives hooked up, 2 memory sticks (removed the extra stick), and DVD-RW and DVDROM drive hooked up. I've removed my sound card, my TV tuner, my IDE drives - trying just to get Windows installed. System specs: Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Manchester 2000MHz HT RAM: 3 GB (2 x 1 GB + 2 x 512 MB) Dual Channel DDR400 SDRAM Motherboard: ABIT KN8 Ultra NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra Video Card: XFX Geforce 7600GT 256MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 Sound Card: X-FI XtremeMusic Monitor: Dual 19" @ 1600x1200 PSU: Antec True Power 430W Software versions: nLite 1.2.1 Windows XP with SP2 nForce 6.86 My disks have gone bad and I can't remake them without access to the PC - it's the only one with a floppy drive in the house. This is a headache!