This is about installing FLP or Windows Fundamentals on a SATA drive. When I install FLP on a PC with a SATA drive (or RAID) it installs, however on boot I get a BSOD. I have wasted hours on this installing and forcing drivers and it might boot once, then go wrong again. What I understand is FLP is loading an internal driver, not the provided driver and therefore can't mount the SATA (or RAID) drive. When FLP is installed on an ATA disk, the SATA (or RAID) disks can be mounted and accessed. However I am looking at a way to install FLP on a SATA disk (dropped the RAID). A common trick is to install on an ATA disk, then install the SATA (or RAID) drivers and clone it to the SATA (or RAID) disk. Well in this situation, no luck with this one. I thought slipstreaming the provided SATA might solve it. What I have found so far is FLP is using the WIM format and I have to mount it with imagex then edited it. I am inexperienced with WIM files so I am looking for help. What is the best way to deal with Wim files? Where in the mounted WIM file do I look for the drivers and where should I put the appropriate SATA driver?