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    Default Re: initial setup EP45-UD3L

    Yep, I think the Intel RAID/AHCI driver is included in 7, just doesn't install by defult unless using RAID. As we know, RAID and AHCI are very similar, and Non member RAID disks are actually running in AHCI, just with the same restrictions that RAID disks have (no TRIM etc).

    Been a bit unwell, so I'll test ASAP.
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    Default Re: initial setup EP45-UD3L

    No rush, whenever you get around to it.

    Hope you get to feeling better soon, I am just getting over a week or two of a terrible cold myself

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    Default Re: initial setup EP45-UD3L

    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho101 View Post
    Yep, I think the Intel RAID/AHCI driver is included in 7, just doesn't install by defult unless using RAID. As we know, RAID and AHCI are very similar, and Non member RAID disks are actually running in AHCI, just with the same restrictions that RAID disks have (no TRIM etc).

    Been a bit unwell, so I'll test ASAP.
    Hi Psycho,

    Is there any way to install raid or is there a registry tweak w/o a floppy drive?
    I can't configure out how to help this woman

    ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Forum- no floppy

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: initial setup EP45-UD3L

    Only real tried and trusted way on XP IMO is to integrate the drivers using NLite. This guide will do the job: SLIPSTREAMING-INTEGRATING SATA DRIVERS INTO BOOTABLE XP CD | techtricks.co.in

    |From the looks of that thread though, I'd say she has more problems than just the RAID driver problem. Perhaps suggest that she does a Clear CMOS, followed by loading optimized defaults, then setting up any custom settings in the BIOS on next boot. This should help eliminate any incorrect settings causing stop errors.

    Also ask how much RAM she's using. See if she can remove half/run on 1 stick to install. She can then add the second stick later, when the install is complete.
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    Default Re: initial setup EP45-UD3L

    Thanks a lot Psycho. I'll post back what happened

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    Default Re: initial setup EP45-UD3L

    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho101 View Post
    Only real tried and trusted way on XP IMO is to integrate the drivers using NLite. This guide will do the job: SLIPSTREAMING-INTEGRATING SATA DRIVERS INTO BOOTABLE XP CD | techtricks.co.in

    |From the looks of that thread though, I'd say she has more problems than just the RAID driver problem. Perhaps suggest that she does a Clear CMOS, followed by loading optimized defaults, then setting up any custom settings in the BIOS on next boot. This should help eliminate any incorrect settings causing stop errors.

    Also ask how much RAM she's using. See if she can remove half/run on 1 stick to install. She can then add the second stick later, when the install is complete.
    You are right Psycho. She has more problem

    ASUSTeK Computer Inc.-Forum- xp installation failure

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