Am I asking for the Moon? Windows XP Pro x64 Bit SP2_ (4)Important Questions, Please:

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  1. fishoil

    fishoil MDL Novice

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    (1) I have made Many Windows XP Pro x86 SP3 cd/dvds using "nLite".

    Now, I would like to make a "Windows XP Pro x64 Bit SP2" DVD, and integrate x64 Bit Drivers such as
    MassStorage, Sata/Raid
    Chipset
    Lan
    Wlan
    and maybe others.

    I have used DriverPacks.net Previously with x86 Windows, but they don't seem to have Windows XP X64 Drivers

    (2) Where can I obtain these Drivers, and how can I integrate them into DVD?

    I am at a standstill, because without Sata/Raid etc Drivers, all I get is a BSOD when trying to Install on my x64 bit machine.

    I see many posts on how to make and or obtain xp x64 sp2 but without Drivers, it's a "Coaster", and no good to me.

    I would like to make a Disk that will work in almost any computer, not just my own.




    (3) Why do I want to do this (Of course your wondering)? Because on my machine now, I have Triple Boot, Windows XP Pro x86 SP3, Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Bit SP1, Ubuntu (Linux) x64 Bit. I would like to change my machine to all x64 Bit.

    (4) Am I asking for the Moon? o_O:eek::confused::D
     
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  2. letsgoawayhell

    letsgoawayhell MDL Senior Member

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    #2 letsgoawayhell, Mar 28, 2011
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    Come on man. Think bigger. Where do you think those guys at DriverPacks.net get their drivers from?
    Go get them from original manufacturer. For example, most SATA/RAID controllers are based on Intel chipsets. Go to their website and get it. It's right there for you to download. I always download them from Intel and then include them in CD/DVD using nLite.
     
  3. fishoil

    fishoil MDL Novice

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    Thank you for your help
     
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    stream MDL Member

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    Intel Matrix Storage Manager 8.​9.​0.​1023 (SATA RAID & AHCI drivers):
    tinyurl.com/mnsfvm

    Supports the following storage controllers:

    RAID:
    ICH8M-E/ICH9M-E/PCHM SATA
    ICH8R/ICH9R/ICH10R/DO/PCH SATA
    ESB2 SATA
    ICH7MDH SATA
    ICH7R/DH SATA

    AHCI:
    PCH SATA
    PCHM SATA 4 Port
    PCHM SATA 6 Port
    ICH10D/DO SATA
    ICH10R SATA
    EP80579 SATA
    ICH9M-E/M SATA
    ICH9R/DO/DH SATA
    ICH8M-E/M SATA
    ICH8R/DH/DO SATA
    ESB2 SATA
    ICH7M/MDH SATA
    ICH7R/DH SATA
     
  5. fishoil

    fishoil MDL Novice

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    After extensive reading about Windows XP X64 Bit SP2 on this site, and on driverpacks.net, I am convinced that "Win XP X64 Bit sp2" is NOT the way to go.
    On my Triple Boot System, I will stick to Windows XP X32 Bit (86) . Thank You All, for a great Site
     
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  6. letsgoawayhell

    letsgoawayhell MDL Senior Member

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    You are wolcome.
    But if you continue searching around in Intel's website you'll find driver for other chipsets too. I did it in the past. ;) Just give it a try. Don't give up easily.
     
  7. oldsh_t

    oldsh_t MDL Addicted

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    Your Blond hair is showing again:D
     
  8. Michaela Joy

    Michaela Joy MDL Crazy Lady

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    #8 Michaela Joy, Oct 6, 2016
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    :laie: Yup...

    I deleted it, but the evidence still remains. :D

    EDIT: My mom said it's not a blonde-moment...it's a senior-moment.

    In all fairness, I believe it's a blonde-senior moment. :eek:
     
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