SATA and WinXPPro

Matthew Walker mwalker at
Tue May 5 08:34:46 MDT 2009

On Tue, May 5, 2009 8:23 am, Jessie Morris wrote:
> You can do two things, really. Use a floppy, or create your own Windows setup
> disk and add the drivers onto that. Check out
> I've used that one before.

I've used nlite as well, with a lot of success. The trick is to make sure you get the
'Text Mode' drivers for the SATA chipset. The regular windows drivers won't work.

Matthew Walker
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