SATA Drivers - Slipstream into Windows XP CD

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    Brink said:
    Glad you got it sorted. :)
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    7 home premium 64 bit

    How about my mobo. I have ASUS M4A785TD-M EVO AMD 785G chipset.
    Here are all the drivers to my board.
    Motherboards - M4A785TD-M EVO - ASUS
    I found a chipset driver however there seemed to be way more than sata drivers in there. If there are sata drivers in there I don't see them. Maybe it is in one of the setup.ini?
    Also I looked all over the Asus webpage and there was nothing that specifically screamed --->XP SATA DRIVERS HERE<---
    Could someone please help out a poor driver blind person?

    P.S. Would xp being 32bit or 64 bit matter at all?
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    Windows 7

    I would like to download universal drivers for Windows XP Professional SP3.

    The universal drivers I need for Windows XP Professional SP3 are as follows:

    1. Universal SATA Hard Disk Driver.

    2. Universal Graphics Driver.

    3. Universal Sound Driver.

    Please search for those three drivers online. I need help finding such drivers for Windows XP Professional SP3.
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    Windows 7

    What are the latest computers which can be used to install Windows XP?

    Is it possible to install Windows XP on a Windows 11 computer by downloading and slipstreaming all the drivers of that machine into the Windows XP iso by using nLite?
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    Windows 7 Pro 64-bit / Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (dual boot)

    I may be wrong, but I doubt you can install and run Windows XP SP3 32-bit in a computer that's newer than 2nd/3rd generation.
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    Windows 7

    Can you please show me how to do that?
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  7. Posts : 10
    Windows 7

    This is a great tutorial. Where can I find the SATA drivers to install Windows XP on VirtualBox?
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