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  1. Hello Fernando!!!! Sorry for the delay in my response.... I was able to install WIN XP x64 in IDE mode, now i will try to run the AHCI mode so i will cross my fingers. I will let you know about the result! Thank you again for all your help!!!!!!!
  2. Yes, please have a look into the "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers" and - if applicable - the "Storage Controllers" sections of the Device Manager.Which Controllers do you see there? Please post just the names. Another question you didn't yet answer to: Did you really get a BSOD, when you tried to boot off the original XP x64 CD after having set the SATA Controllers to "IDE" mode? Yes i got a BSOD with the XP x64 CD set to IDE mode in BIOS. The IDE ATA/ATAPI CONTROLLERS in my WIN 7 x32 says: ATA Channel 0 ATA Channel 0 ATA Channel 1 ATA Channel 1 Intel® 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family 2 port Serial ATA Storage Controller - 1C08 Intel® 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller - 1C00 Storage Controllers : IDE\DiskWDC_WD1502FAEX-007BA0___________________05.01D05 I hope that helps.... Thank you so much again for taking the time to help everybody here!!! Pablo
  3. Thank you Fernando so much for your reply!!!! I used this: 64bit Intel RST AHCI & RAID driver v10.6.0.1002 WHQL to integrate with WIN XP x64 (from your link) then i selected: Intel® Desktop/Workstation/Server Express Chipset SATA AHCI Controller (this as text driver like you said) I also integrated the PnP driver: Intel chipset device INF files set v9.2.0.1030 WHQL for XP integration I think my memory sticks are ok because i can boot an evaluation copy of WIN 7 x32, but when i try to do it with a 64 bit OS i get the BsoD. Is there any information i can give you from the WIN 7 x32 i can boot from that might be of help? When i boot from WIN 7 x32 i can see the hard drive info, controillers, drivers etc. May be with that info you can help me modify the TXTSETUP.OEM file? Thank you so much!!! You are my last hope!!! Cheers!!!!
  4. Hola Fernando!!! Thank you so much for the great tutorial! I´ve followed all the steps that you gave here but i still get a BsoD when trying to install Windows XP 64 bit SP2. (unfortunately there is no SP3 for win xp 64 bit edition). Can you please help me? These are my specs: GA-H67A-UD3H-B3 (rev 1.1) Gigabyte Mobo. i7 2600k Intel CPU 8 gigs of ram 1.5T Western Digital Black Caviar Sata 3 Hard drive. I´ve tried to install Win 7 64 bit edition and i have the same problem BsoD. I can see the hard drive in my latest version of BIOS but the OS won´t recognize it... I´m so frustrated I don´t know what else to do... I´ve tried IDE and AHCI in BIOS but i still get BsoD, tried with the drivers from your post as-well and the ones on the Gigabyte website... Can you PLEASE HELP ME!!! Thank you! I will be waiting for your reply!!! Take care from Argentina!!!