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hpcompaq12

Driverpack creation for nlite

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How do i create driverpacks for nlite? I am very familiar with using nlite. I would also like to know where to find all SATA and RAID drivers can be found. I know i am a freackin i-d-i-o-t know dosen't know how to do this. But may I please have help on how i do this?

(note: i need the drivers for xp pro)

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How do i create driverpacks for nlite?
Why create when you can download? http://driverpacks.net/driverpacks/latest + application http://driverpacks.net/applications/latest

Long story short, do your nLite session without integrating drivers, finish without making the ISO, and then start the DriverPacks application and integrate drivers into the XP source folder.

Finally, open nLite again and choose (only) to create the ISO OR burn.

Cheers

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I much rather integrate drivers with nlite. I try to avoid that site and plus all i want are SATA/RAID Drivers (no SCSI or SAS). But thanx for the suggestion

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Well, manufacturer release different driver versions, but use the same file name.

A newer driver may abandon a old hardware. This causes file name conflicts.

nlite dosn't support this.

Add one mass storage driver per chipset manufacturer.

This match certain hardware, but not all SATA and RAID drivers.

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