Ummm... NO! That attachment is NOT the file(s) - that's the (an) Installer. I'm not going to run that.
You have two variations (apparently) - JMicron and nVidia. You provided an EXE from (apparently) the nVidia package.http://support.asus....N-E SLI&p=1&os=
It APPEARS like you have to (for the nVidia) have a blank Floppy Disk and run the "makedisk,exe" and point it to the Floppy Drive Letter. I just did and it "extracted" the files to it. All of them, including the "TXTSETUP.OEM".
Hmmm... also did the same thing with that file attachment (also found inside the ZIP file from Asus link above). Gave the same result.
Bottom line - you need a Floppy -OR- (the way I did it) a Virtual Floppy Driver
and a Full Floppy Image that you Mount in the VFD, format it, then run the EXE (either one). Go here
and download "W2K Pro - Disk1" (a zip file) and inside is an acceptable IMA to mount in VFD for the process.
If you need assistance on how-to for the VFD (driver) in case you DON'T have a Real Floppy, post back.
edit - forgot to mention - that's a rather OLD set of files. Newer ones MAY be available here on MSFN.
edit#2 - WOOHOO!! An EXCELLENT way of getting Boot Disk Images from the link above for any of the OTHER Boot Files (the EXE ones).
The EXE would "overwrite" the Mounted Image. DO NOT FORGET TO SAVE YOUR MOUNTED IMAGE after "extraction".
edit#3 (dang it) - Only SP3 Slip is necessary - don't bother with the SP2 as it's unnecessary.
Edited by submix8c, 04 April 2013 - 06:48 PM.