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whimsical

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  1. Creative X-Fi Unattended?

    "Prostrate at the feet of demi-gods"
  2. Creative X-Fi Unattended?

    Firstly I would apologise for being somewhat ignorant with regard to all this stuff. However I have picked up enough from this forum, and the guide, to have just about completed my first full unattended xp with just about everything I need added. It was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be. Many thanks! When I said easy there is of course the exception of the Creative X-Fi unattended install. Ive managed to get the basic driver installed (driver update downloaded from the creative site) via WINNT.SIF. The other stuff; driver apps such as console launcher, thx console, and mediasource (from the CD) is proving a lot more difficult. I believe that setup.exe is installshield. Ive tried using a variety of switches (-R, /r, /r /f1"C:\Temp\Setup.iss") but these fail to produce an .iss file. I've also tried running the exe from runounce with both /s & /S but this did not work either (the setup exe executed but not silently (install shut down/rebooted from the runonce EXIT). All-in-all a pretty ameturish attempt I know, but I've been trying to do this for what seems like an age. I can't find a solution that I understand no matter how much I search. Has anybody been able to solve this problem? If you've done this I'd be extremely thankful if you could take the time to help (No I don't consider myself above begging... at all) Many Many thanks
  3. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    Sincere thanks for the advice folks!
  4. Integration of NVIDIA's nForce RAID and AHCI drivers

    All this talk of RAID is a bit confusing. Which folder / files do I need if I'm not using a RAID array (ie. just 1 single SATAII in the appropriate nvidia port). Motherboard, Asus A8n Premium, nForce 4 (6.70) (XPO Home) If I had to guess I would use: IDE\WinXP\legacy\nvatabus, and IDE\WinXP\sata_ide\nvata Would this be correct or do I need to install the Raid files regardless of whether i'm using a Raid array (as explained at the top of the thread) As an afterthought I have my raid devices disabled in BIOS, will I need to enable them for the nvidia drivers to install. Ive had problems in the past with installing the nvidia drivers through the exe... yes I am a bit thick! many thanks Somebody help me plaese I can'nt do it!
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