Wow! long thread, i was here talking about this 2.5 years ago... now i'll ask my question because it seems it's all well understood now! =)
My question is, how do i get my nVidia nForce RAID & SATA drivers onto a bootable slip-stream SP3 CD/DVD? It has been some years, and all i got is my WinXP (WXPOEM_EN which is OEM i think) CD; and i've downloaded all three SP1/SP2/SP3 files from M$'s website.
These are the current drivers i've got installed (see pic), and they seem to work well.
I can't reboot for awhile to get the nVidia Media Driver level... but later i can add that to this post. nVidia MediaShield v5.10.2600.0663.
What i want to do is create a true bootable slip-stream WinXP x32 SP3 CD/DVD so i may re-install/repair/upgrade my current OS really soon. (I have not decided if i'm doing a clean/full install or just update/repair yet.)
I did read the 1st post, but i got a little lost in all the driver permutations, is there a way to narrow it down to my situation some?
Edit: I think these are the drivers i installed some time ago:
This Win2K/XP nForce (MCP55) driver package consists of the following components:
Ethernet Driver MCP55 (v55.21) "WHQL"
Network Management Tools MCP55 (v55.23)
SMBus Driver (v4.52) "WHQL"
WinXP IDE SataRAID Driver (v6.66) "WHQL"
WinXP IDE SataIDE Driver (v6.66) "WHQL"
WinXP RAIDTOOL Application (v6.63)
But to be sure, here's a pic (worth ~1000 words...):
This post has been edited by Cor'e =): 15 April 2009 - 10:06 PM