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KellyB

Not seeing SATA drivers

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When I created my integrated install disk for XP, I cannot see anywhere on the disk the SATA drivers I supposedly included. I can see the SP3 upgrade ok, but not the sata stuff.

Should I be able to see them somewhere?

As you might suppose, my installer does not recognize the HDD in AHCI.

What am I missing??

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Welcome to MSFN.

SATA drivers should be integrated in textmode (TXT), i.e. only the one you need. If properly integrated, they should be on the CD in i386\NLDRV\ compressed inside a folder with numbers, e.g. 001. My recommendation is to always integrate SATA drivers first.

Also, make sure SATA/AHCI is enabled in the BIOS settings. BTW, which drivers are we talking about? Did you see http://www.msfn.org/...d-raid-drivers/

http://www.msfn.org/...d-ahci-drivers/

http://www.msfn.org/...ivers-on-an-xp/

Cheers

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Post the model or the motherboard of your computer and attach the "last session.ini" so someone can check what you should have done and what you have actually done.

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The motherboard is an ASUS P8z77-v lk

If I look in i386\NLDRV\ the drivers are indeed compressed inside a folder with numbers, e.g. 001, but when I attempt to install with bios set to ahci, I get the bsod

Attached is the Last session ini

Last Session.ini

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Last Session.ini seems fine.

I suggest you post here with your problem, and Fernando will recommend which drivers to use. It will probably be these http://win-lite.de/benutzer/fernando/Intel/Rapid%20Storage%20Technology/32bit%20Intel%20RST%20AHCI%20&%20RAID%20driver%20v11.2.0.1006%20WHQL.7z (in his first post), but better be on the safe side.

For anyone interested, this is the link to the motherboard http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/P8Z77V_LK/#download

Unless there is some other glitch which I'm not seeing, you will have to recreate a CD which will work.

Cheers

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