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  1. Fernando: Thank you very much for your quick response to my questions, and even more for the terrific and explicit instructions you provided to me. I followed your insructions and created a nLite XP install CD which worked on the first try. So, I'm now dual booting Windows 7 and Windows XP. I suspect that my previous problems were due to integrating too many driver files in the nLite disk, rather than just the correct ones. I like the MSFN forums very much, and will be sure to come back if I have similar problems. Thanks again for your help. Sincerely, Jack
  2. Fernando: I had no idea this topic was 5 years old, and I now realize that you are the resident expert on installing Windows XP as a dual boot option on a Windows 7 PC with SATA hard drives. So far, I have burned about 10 disks generated with the nLite slipstreaming process, none of which has worked. In every case I have received the dreaded BSOD after the XP install has loaded its files. The slipstreaming process is fairly simple for me, but indentifying and then locating the necessary drivers to integrate is confusing. My PC is a 1 year old Dell with a Dell Motherboard and an Intel Sandy Bridge chipset - Southbridge H67, and a Western Digital 1 TB SATA Drive. I have tried slipstreaming a number of different Intel inf files, but in every case I have received the BSOD, when using the nLite generated disk. My Windows XP professional disk is a valid disk with SP3. Even though I have Googled this subject substantially,I am not certain which type of SATA files I need to integrate to make the process work. Are they just inf files, or are other system files required as well? There are no compatibilty options in my bios. I would appreciate it very much if you can point me in the direction of the required files based on the above referenced motherboard and chipset. I would be pleased to provide you with any other info that you find necessary. Sincerely, Jack