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  1. Great article! But I still cannot get Windows Setup to recognize my SATA drive. I used all the drivers you mentioned. My controller is the Intel 82801FR SATA AHCI. I did not see that one listed the driver list that comes up when I loaded your infs. Many others do, but not the FR version. Do I have the wrong ones? My controller is on a motherboard ina DELL Dimension 8400 As a result Windows Setup only sees my SATA boot drive if I change the BIOS the COMBINATION mode instead of RAID autodetect/ AHCI. When you say that doing this loses all AHCI funtionality, I can still load the full Windows driver once I get there and restore full functionality so I can change the BIOS back to AHCI, right? Thanks!
  2. When I made a slipstreamed ISO before, it incorrectly recognized my OS as HOME EDITION, and when I installed with it and it completed and rebooted and I logged in the first time, I got the error: "The product key is not valid for this media type. Code: 0X80040509" I did not add the key to the disk, I manually type it in during install. But this key is a VL1.0 key and will only work with the correct media. Making a duplicate of it works fine and has before. what I am unsure of is whether slipstreaming SP2 into it affects the key or not. Or is it the incorrectly identified OS source in Nlite that causes this problem?? I couldn't find any info in the forums on this so it may be a unique issue. Again, any input is greatly appreciated!
  3. I just changed the WIN51IC file to WIN51.IC and nLite gave an error that WIN51IC was missing and that I had to make sure it was there to work. Strange? When I made a slipstreamed ISO before, it incorrectly recognized my OS as HOME EDITION, and when I installed with it and it completed and rebooted and I logged in the first time, I got the error: "The product key is not valid for this media type. Code: 0X80040509" I did not add the key to the disk, I manually type it in during install. But this key is a VL1.0 key and will only work with the correct media. Making a duplicate of it works fine and has before. what I am unsure of is whether slipstreaming SP2 into it affects the key or not. Or is it the incorrectly identified OS source in Nlite that causes this problem?? I couldn't find any info in the forums on this so it may be a unique issue. Again, any input is greatly appreciated!
  4. The source has WIN51IC but not WIN51.IC Is there a difference? My source is a VL1.0 media that is Windows XP Pro (no SP2). Which is how I got here because I want ot slipstream a CD with SP2 and Intel SATA drivers Thanks for helping everyone!
  5. after scanning my install files, Nlite shows the installation CD it is creating as XP HOME edition (5.1.2600.0) This is strange because I have used this installation many times and it is XP Pro? Should I be worried that the disk I create is going to be the wrong version or is it just an incorrect label? Thanks to anyone who can help me!