icroyal

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  1. Well I already upgraded to the 11.03 bios a couple weeks ago. I did use the 3.85 raid drivers integrated with the nlite package on my a8n32-sli deluxe and everything is working fine. My Local Area Connection is fine and I've monitored my system performance, and so far have had zero problems at all.
  2. Well I remade the nlite package as I said without all the mumbo jumbo stuff. Just SP2 and the drivers exactly as stated in the 1st post, and burned with nero 7 with an 18x speed to make sure nothing gets messed up from writing to fast. This worked perfect and now I have my 2 74GB Raptors in raid 0 with my 250g WD drive installed as well. Thanks for the help guys.
  3. Well an update on what I'm doing. I'm goign to make an nlite slipstreamed xp sp2 cd and a regular xp sp2 slipstreamed disc. The slipstreamed disc will not have any of the nvraid stuff and I have 4 floppies for f6 install. 1 is the asus makedisk, 1 is the legacy files, 1 is the sata files, and one is the file structure you based the tutorial on with the legacy+sata folder. I'm going to try several variations and see if I can get my system up and running and this time i'll try burning at a slower speed to see what happens. I'm also going to try using 2 different versions of nero, nero 6 and nero 7. I'll let you guys know what happens.
  4. If you are not able to install the nForce SataRaid drivers from the IDE\WinXP folder of the chipset package 6.53 via F6/floppy by using the original XP CD, you definitively have a problem with your system.EDIT: Look at posts from RickSteele and Blank within the last pages (ca. 45-51) of this thread.Well the point was that it didn't work with the official cd that doesn't have sp2 slipstreamed but works with a burned sp2 slipstreamed copy. If it works with 1 cd and not the other, I doubt it's a hardware issue. As for the post information, ty very much.
  5. Well, the S not working is only on the official XP disc (not pirated, has actual hologram and is from Microsoft and everything). It works on slipstreamed discs though. Also, I don't know what sites to look at. The thread is 53 pages long and I'm kind of clueless on what to do to get my raid 0 up and running. Like I said, I followed all of your steps, still get a BSOD. Well, I just re-instaled XP, I'm going to try to re-do nlite without all the unattended stuff and all that and just make a simple disc and try to take screenshots to show what happens.
  6. Hi, I wanted to thank everyone for this great topic. I have an Asus a8n32-sli Deluxe with 2 74GB raptors. I created a slipstreamed xp cd with nlite and followed your directons. I used the Sata raid folder and copied over those 4 listed files from the legacy folder into the sata raid folder. I then proceeded with the unattended installation inside nlite and then I created my iso and burned it using nero. I then went to create my array, partitioned, formatted, and then it went to copy some files (some files errored when copying so I'm re-installing windows on 1 disk and then gona redo nlite). I'll burn at a slower speed around 20x to make sure everything is copied over fine. I hit escape so it'd still copy over the rest of the files. My text mode setup was finished and the computer rebooted to enter gui mode setup. The windows xp logo came up, and bam, BSOD. I don't understand why this is happening to me. I can't test with my original Windows XP cd because after i hit f6 and it asks me to hit S to specificy additional device, my keyboard stops working completely. Dunno why. Any help with getting my nvraid solution configured would be appreciated. Btw, I'm using the Nvidia nForce4 AMD/Intel X16 - Windows XP/2000 (32-Bit) 6.82 drivers which are supposedly WHQL certified. I used RARlab to extract the .exe file into a folder setup so I can move around files and use nlite to use those drivers.