The W7 boot menu happily co exists with XP and you get the option on boot to boot W7 or “an earlier operating system”. Still I’d like to post the steps I followed since there are some differences and it may be helpful for some other people. Thank you in advance for your kind support. Click here , to adjust the content of the private message. I used part of these instructions to create a critical device database entry:.
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So what should I do? If you get a blue screen and the system reboots during these steps, repeat them for the second controller. Possibly you can install the Intel Matrix Storage Manager.
Give me 1 or 2 days to think about how to manage it. Shci/raid in Vista and later allow loading drivers from other types of media, including USB and optical drives.
MisterSmith I only just noticed how The first step is to determine the manufacturer of your storage controller, or at least motherboard chipset. Unzip the downloaded driverpack s by using WinRAR v5. Read his short description and do as it says.
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This is usually listed in the motherboard specifications. Additional advices for the later OS installation Here are some tips: You can slipstream SP3 to your cd with nLite from http: For Intel, it should be manually extracted from the installer package. When you come up to the task “Drivers”, hit the “Insert” button, use the “Single driver” option and point to the content of the sub-folder “Driver”, which is within the driver package you have downloaded and extracted at first step.
Otherwise Windows Setup won’t find the drivers at all! You may use them at own risk. Don’t hit F6 and don’t insert any driver floppy during the installation using the Agci/raid with integrated Intel Controller drivers.
MisterSmith – I have to vote this question down until such time the question is complete. Windows Vista and 7 would usually have the drivers anyway, but typically disable them.
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This driver is provided by the manufacturer of the storage controller, typically Intel on systems with an Intel CPU. Why don’t you tell us which motherboard model you haveand we can tell you which driver to use. Depending on the OS you are going to install, you ahcj/raid just need the 32bit or 64bit driver version.
System Restore can usually roll back changes in drivers, which provides a safeguard against mistakes while installing the drivers.
Here is the way how to do it: It took no more than 10 minutes. However, it was still not present at boot and resulted in BSOD.
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Put your XP install cd in a folder. Let nLite create the ISO file. Mon Aug 21, 4: Fernando Show info Posts:. It would have to be a multi part guide because some users may buy new hardware specifically for this, some may be using hardware they already have.
Windows is loaded correctly. That is a common and reliable except with nForce, it seems method: Here is my installation explained: The next option will mean the user mom will have to select the boot drive from the bios boot menu and it is, in my opinion, the safest option because each OS is installed in isolation and each OS will have its original boot menu.
Since this is very specific to what hardware you have, you’ll have to provide that information or search yourself Google is a good place to start. At this point you have to decide, which AMD Controller s support you want to get installed by clicking onto the suitable Controller s.