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Evofighter

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  1. Upon booting up from the installation CD, after the F6 screen I get the following message: Line 5106 of the INF files is invalid. Setup cannot continue. Please press any key to exit now. My Asus P4P800 (Intel 865G chipset) was spoilt and I replaced it with an new ASRock P4i65G (also Intel 865G chipset). I thought the new ASRock motherboard has problem so I return to the shop and exchange for anther new one but the problem still persist. I only put in CPU, ram and CD-ROM drive during the bootup. It doesn't matter if I put in my HDD or not. I also use another different DVD-writer drive an a very old CD-ROM drive but nothing change. I tried quite a lot of different settings in BIOS but still can't find a clue. I tried using the original Windows 2000 (with no Service Pack) installation CD and another self-made installation CD (with SP4). Both CDs have been used for many installations before with no problem. I also tried install Windows XP but it just hang after the first screen searching for something. Anyone can give some clues? Thanks in advance for any info.
  2. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    Do I need to integrate the sata_ide folder too for 32bit WinXP? I follow your guide in 1st post and encountered the same problem as before. But the 6.7 package doesn't come with a PATARAID folder. Anyway, I have make another slipstream with sata_ide integrated but haven't tried it out yet.
  3. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    You did save my day!! After using the file "nvatabus.inf" from the subfolder PATARAID, my Raid-0 is up and running again. Thank you very much.
  4. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    Yes! Otherwise the necessary driver NVATABUS.SYS would not be installed and your system would not work after the installation. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> This is quite a discovery for me as I am facing problem installing Windows on Raid with F6. Maybe it is becoz I did not copy nvatabus.inf to the diskette that make the installation fail. Thanks a lot.
  5. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    Hi, Thanks Fernando for your work, but can you clarify something... nvatabus.inf is only found in this nForce4 folder... IDE\WinXP\PATARAID I want to install SATA RAID which I assume should come from... IDE\WinXP\SATARAID where the only INF file is called nvraid.inf (not nvatabus.inf) Can you clarify what INF and directory I should be using to slipstream drivers for a SATA RAID drive array? Thanks. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Thats right! You have to take the nvatabus.inf file from the folder PATARAID. I will clarify this in my first post. CU Fernando <{POST_SNAPBACK}> So even if I am using SATA Raid I will still need to copy the nvatabus.inf from the PATARAID folder? Thanks.
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