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  1. FYI Everything is working flawlessly! I used another copy of Windows XP x64 Pro and the floppy. Thanks 1000 times!
  2. At least now you know the consequences.... I am extremely sorry dude! I should have read it more carefully. There is so much of thing to do in life and so few of time that we try to make some shortcuts....It never pays anyway ....this is ironic. At least even If I had read before, I realized later that it was nLited. What does make the nLited versions so non-reusable? I'll get a non-nLited version .... Legal? and keep you informed. Thanks!!!!!
  3. Ok, I just read in another forum and someone is having the same pain..... http://www.planetamd64.com/lofiversion/index.php?t32025.html That is -when using a floppy is cannot copy drivers and does bsod -when using a nLited disk is works but do the reboot loop thing Seems that it is due to an already nLited disk. And guess what? Mine has already been! I didn't know it matters .... Does it mean I get conflicting drivers on the nLite disk? or Does it means that every already nLited disk shouldn't ever be used? Thanks
  4. The DVD is ok, burnt twice to be sure and another with previously tried drivers and got no error. The only thing that changes is that I no more need Silicon Image Drivers. It still crash, so we can conclude that the problem isn't from Silicon Image. --- I tried to use a floppy (f6) with latest drivers since I only got one driver to load in and before copying every files to HDD, it says that it couldn't find drivers files on CD!??! It prompted for every files...I know cause I press the key to skip. First file was ndrvx64.sys and all others are the one of my CD. I just got another theory...is it possible the x64 DVD I'm using has already been nLited and that a previously added driver make the reboot loop? how can I verify that......should I look into AMD64/NDRV/001 and see if there's additionnal drivers? I'll try to consider the fact that using my DVD burner in SATA can be the problem in itself. I'll force the option for ACPI Multiprocessor x64 and give another shot, just not to presume it is ok. *** Whatever...... what I feel the most is that ....the error I get on before windows statup after install is caused by wrongly installed drivers...Is there a way I can validate my drivers installation through DOS? I'm not sure if I should say this here but, I'll try Windows Iso Builder, I doubt on nLite txtsetup.sif building for driver copying. *** I'll also try memtest86 for DOS as Memory Diagnostic tool... Thanks
  5. There are some pictures of the most evil BSOD: Seem the RAID drivers disapeared.....!? It is the same error I get when installing windows without drivers! Man, that is worse with the Silicon Image driver you sent me look at the cd error I got in Windows installation: I can do retry forever, nothing happens, even if I change the DVD. About ACPI.....default was already selected, the available options are the following: -ACPI Multiprocessor x64 -ACPI Uniprocessor x64 I'm just about desactivating the Silicon Image controller and use only the nVidia one. Thanks,
  6. I tried twice, one without and once with the Silicon Image driver. Without wasn't working at all! (Crash when seeing starting windows in the installation as if a driver was missing) No, nothing that I remember. I'll still shoot you a screenshot of that BSOD. Sorry, old question...I selected TextMode for Silicon Image and only half of the two options....there was 1 for "Itanium" processor and 1 for x64 multi-processor. I choosed only x64 multi-processor. For the nVidia SATA/RAID Drivers I selected both TEXTMODE rows with "required" at the end. Do I need PNP somehow? I got the latest BIOS version, maybe I need the latest Silicon Driver too in addition. I'll try that......too! And thanks a lot!
  7. First nLite DVD I tried was: Silicon Image Drivers I went to download : Silicon Image 3132 Serial ATA Driver V1.0.5.0 for Windows 64bit XP/2003(WHQL) From: Motherboard/AM2/M2N32-SLI Deluxe/IDE/ http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/misc/ide/..._SATA_V1050.zip + nVidia Drivers http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf590_winxp64_9.35.html Criterion: nForce, nForce 5 Series, nForce 590 SLI AMD, Driver, Windows XP 64-bit Second was Silicon Image SATA Drivers for x64 for 2003/Xp from Mobo CD + nVidia Drivers WinXp x64 from Mobo CD Both results in the same issue....Reboot loop Exactly same 0x0000007B error. I'll send you a picture of it tonight I'll take a look Never been able even to install Windows without Silicon Image Drivers. I mean, with x64 and that RAID 0 config Thanks
  8. It is not that dramatic...I mean, I'm lazy to change memory sticks for any PC.....it's a pain in the a**. I'll try it just to humiliate yourself joke... OK M2N32 motherboard got 2 SATA/RAID controllers.....1st is nVidia, 2nd is silicon image. I've put both on my nLite disk nVidia RAID drivers (since that controller is on RAID mode) and Silicon Image Sata drivers (since that controller is on sata mode). (I got my DVD drive plugged into Silicon Image controller) That is what I needed to avoid Windows install BSOD - > both controller drivers. But now I got the reboot loop sh** Tell me more about ACPI vs nLite and ACPI vs BIOS....I took a quick look at my BIOS and found nothing about ACPI. I'll try rather than to put both controller drivers on an nLite disk.....only use the nVidia SATA/RAID controller. I mean, I'll unplug the DVD Drive to the Silicon Image controller and desactivate the controller. Then I'll plus the cd drive on the nVidia controller. I'll thy to load only nVidia drivers with f6 method since I got only one divers to insert. "since I got only one divers to insert"....is the only advantage of nLite in this post is to be able loading several drivers at the same windows installation? 1000 Thanks
  9. I talked too fast, Windows crashed during the install and now I'm stuck in a reboot loop . It crashes always after it shows the Windows logo. In safe mode it stuck at acpitabl.dat file. HELP!!!!
  10. Wow, it worked. I just put the both controller drivers on an nLight disk and voila! I've been able to install windows but see next post!!!
  11. I got a 0x0000007B error that tells me to run chkdsk. It is a storage device error. Need precision? Seriously, I already installed WinXp 64 bit and even 32 bit on the same system without any issue. When I say Installed, I mean, tested with benchmarks. I had a lot of problem in the past with memory with another system and I don't think it's the case....Also, the error I get is about HDD anyway....I'll do it if it is the last available solution......man changing a ram bracket in that monster is insane !!! Should the extra drivers cause interference? What do you mean? Because overclocking mess up the southbridge? (I did no overclocking) Additionnal informations : I got a DVD Burner plugged in another SATA controller. My Hard Drives are healty, I used the Western Digital diagnostic tool. I know there's a lot of RAID issues with my motherboard M2N32-SLI and Western Digital HDDs What I'm gonna try now is to put nVidia RAID controller drivers and Silicon Image(Other sata/raid controller) sata driver on a floppy and do the f6 trick again. Thanks a lot dude!!!
  12. That sexy ride : Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 4 x 1gb Crucial Ballistix PC6400 4-4-4-12 2 x Western Digital Caviar SE16 500GB, 7200rpm, 16MB, SATA-300 1 x EVGA GeForce 8800 GTS is having a lot of problem with its Windows Xp 64 bit installation I tried with out of the box drivers pressing f6 during windows installation initialisation. But each time I get the message Starting Windows (Before the 1st interactive menu in the installation) it shows an evil BSOD. I tried to make a nLight disk with the nForce 590 drivers from nVidia site but no luck. I've put SATARAID textmodes and the othe in PNP. (Should I try to make one with drivers form the chipset driver package from the Asus site?) I'm having an healty RAID 0 setup on the two disks! Can someone troubleshoot this? Thanks a lot!!