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Windows 7: SATA Drivers - Slipstream into Windows XP CD

31 May 2010   #20
thetranslator

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Hello can someone please help me

here is my laptop

Compaq Presario CQ61-330SA Notebook PC - HP technical support (United Kingdom - English)

and i am confused in what drivers shall i download ,

when i go to the drivers and download page it says chose operating sytem , windows 7 or xp which do i do

i have windows 7 pre installed and i want to dual boot xp
my laptop does not have a floopy disk so i came here please can you help me find the correct driver and give me the link and give me the instuctions on what to do thanks


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31 May 2010   #21
theog

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Hi thetanslator

You need to now what Sata controller you have.

This link may be of help:

General XP Downgrade Guide for HP Laptops - HP Support Forum
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01 Jun 2010   #22
thetranslator

windows 7
 
 

i dont understand what do i do on the link you gave me and how do i find that SATA controller thanks
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01 Jun 2010   #23
theog

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thetranslator View Post
i dont understand what do i do on the link you gave me and how do i find that SATA controller thanks
The link will help you find the Sata controller on your PC.
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14 Jun 2010   #24
nzxt

w7
 
 
Many thanks Theog !!

your link to the correct SATA driver files was just what I needed. I had been loading the wrong drivers (from Toshiba netbook support) for hours, and trying to slip them into an XP Nlite dvd. Found your thread for the correct drivers for the NM10 chipset and it worked first time around.

thanks so much !!

this is what I did to get the XP pro install to work:

1 - ran nlite and slipped SP3 into my XP CD's i386 directory. saved it to folder.
2 - still running nlite, i slipped in the Intel NM10 chipset (for Atom Processor N270 on toshiba n305/410) raid/storage drivers found at the link Theog provided. I selected TEXTMODE, and highlighted ALL drivers listed.
3 - Nlite slipped it all into the new CD build and saved to ISO.
4 - burned ISO to bootable DVD, booted Netbook with this DVD (made sure boot menu set to CD/DVD 1st), and XP install found the new SATA drive !!

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sear...ntel%c2%ae+RST
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14 Jun 2010   #25
theog

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nzxt View Post
your link to the correct SATA driver files was just what I needed. I had been loading the wrong drivers (from Toshiba netbook support) for hours, and trying to slip them into an XP Nlite dvd. Found your thread for the correct drivers for the NM10 chipset and it worked first time around.

thanks so much !!

this is what I did to get the XP pro install to work:

1 - ran nlite and slipped SP3 into my XP CD's i386 directory. saved it to folder.
2 - still running nlite, i slipped in the Intel NM10 chipset (for Atom Processor N270 on toshiba n305/410) raid/storage drivers found at the link Theog provided. I selected TEXTMODE, and highlighted ALL drivers listed.
3 - Nlite slipped it all into the new CD build and saved to ISO.
4 - burned ISO to bootable DVD, booted Netbook with this DVD (made sure boot menu set to CD/DVD 1st), and XP install found the new SATA drive !!

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sear...ntel%c2%ae+RST
You are welcome.
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05 Jul 2010   #26
Seeved

windows 7 (and hopefully dualboot xp)
 
 
Slipstream SATA to XP install CD

Hi theog and friends

Excuse a total newbee's first posting.

I have studied several SevenForum tutorials and chains on setting up a dualboot Win7/XP (W7 64bit is installed. XP is to be added).

My problem is I don't know which (SATA driver) inf-file (or other files) to inlude in the new XP setup-CD.

Motherboard is ASUS P5Q SE2. (Socket 775) The relevant drive package is, I think, Intel_ChipsetInf_V9111014_XPVistaWin7 available from
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Support-
(similar, but older files are on my ASUS support DVD)

It feels silly, but I can't figure out which files contain the SATA driver that I should paste into nLite (Step 10-12 in the tutorial)

Thanks in advance

Seeved
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05 Jul 2010   #27
theog

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In your spec's you have list Asus P5C SE2?

As the Asus P5Q SE2 the Intel chip, you download drivers from here: Intel Sata Controller Drivers

The two inf are arrowed.

SATA Drivers - Slipstream into Windows XP CD-capture3-1.png


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08 Jul 2010   #28
Seeved

windows 7 (and hopefully dualboot xp)
 
 
Thanks theog

I changed to starting from an old retail Win XP CD and used the Intel SATA drivers you indicated. It worked fine, thanks to tutorials 8057, 72185 and other tips from sevenforums!
Seved
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08 Jul 2010   #29
theog

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Seeved View Post
I changed to starting from an old retail Win XP CD and used the Intel SATA drivers you indicated. It worked fine, thanks to tutorials 8057, 72185 and other tips from sevenforums!
Seved
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