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  1. Yes, as Sp0iiLedBrAt has written you have to integrate >this< special 32bit Intel RST driver, which is working with just 1 driver named iaStor.sys. The XP installation would fail, if you would integrate any of Intel's RSTe drivers, because they use an addidtional SCSI driver named iaStorF.sys. Windows XP (32bit) is not able to manage this SCSI filter driver. No, you should have set the Intel SATA Controller to "AHCI" mode and boot off the Windows XP CD with integrated Intel RST driver I jhave linked above.You won't be able to get any Intel RSTe driverpack installed while running Windows XP (32bit). Hello. With your help I managed to integrate the X79 chipset AHCI drivers and install Windows XP without problems. I want to thank you for your help. I will recommend this useful forum. Greetings from Spain!
  2. This is not true. You CAN integrate the 32-bit driver in Windows XP 32-bit. Get the driver you posted in your post.Cheers I will try what you tell me. Thanks!
  3. You mean the point c of the guide? I understand that for Windows XP 32-bit can not be integrated in the installation CD. The solution would be to install Windows XP 32-bit on IDE mode, once installed change BIOS to AHCI mode and install the driver RSTe. Is this OK?
  4. How should I do it? Por cierto, hablas español? Como te llamas Fernando...
  5. Hello. I have a motherboard Gigabyte GA-X79-UD3 and I want to install Windows XP 32-bit. I'd like to ask if it is possible to integrate the AHCI drivers on the installation CD. Greetings.