Windows XP, SATA II, weird drivers and nLite
Posted 29 November 2011 - 05:29 AM
I'm trying to install Windows XP on a computer with SATA HDD. I'm using nLite.
The problem is that when I'm integrating the drivers, nLite only finds PNP drivers. Now I know that TXTSETUP.OEM has to be in the same folder as the drivers are, but the drivers I'm using aren't built up like that. Unfortunately I'm too dumb to figure out how to rewrite the TXTSETUP.OEM so it would work. Can anyone help me?
The motherboard is Abit SG-80DC and the drivers are here - http://www.abit.com....KET_TYPE=LGA775
Please help. I'm quite in a hurry, and I couldn't find help from Google.
Posted 29 November 2011 - 09:23 AM
I tried putting all TXTSETUP.OEM files in the same folder where the drivers themselves are (every driver in the FloppyImage folder). Then I got an error SysRaid1.sys (if I remember right) is missing. Then I tried to install it without the driver itself (the one where TXTSETUP.OEM says SysRaid1.sys) and it was still the same..
Posted 29 November 2011 - 11:00 AM
I have downloaded the SIS RAID driverpack, which Abit recommends for your mainboard.
Although the set contains a lot of different driver folders with a rather similar content, I hope, that I found the suitable one. To make the integration easier for you, I have copied all needed files into the same folder and customized the content of the TXTSETUP.OEM file.
You can download this special driverpack, which I have prepared for you, from >here<.
Unzip the package and integrate it by using nLite, but don't forget to start with a freshly copied untouched XP CD content as source and don't load any Last session.ini.
This post has been edited by Fernando 1: 29 November 2011 - 11:08 AM