Is it possible to create Universal SATA for Windows XP Installation?

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  1. Chrystopher

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    Is it possible to create universal SATA driver (Intel, AMD, NVIDIA) to a single Windows XP installation? Which will automatically insert the correct (required) SATA driver during installation. I've search Google about it, but most of it only have to insert correct one (first identifying the SATA driver, after that integrate only one SATA driver) while i want to know the way to create universal SATA driver which include Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA SATA to single Windows XP installation.

    If somebody knows about it, please tell me :worthy:

    I'm sorry if there's a similar thread or i'm post in the wrong section
     
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    If you look at my post on how to use RyanVM integrator along with driverpacks you can see the setting for driverpacks base as I also said you can use nlite I just don't like the program but you must add drivers last after adding you addons e.c.t.

    And no you wont face any SATA problem again because all available drivers for SATA are integrated.
     
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    Thanks for the explaination :)
     
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    You can also try IntegrateDrv - iknowu.dnsalias.com/files/public/integratedrv/IntegrateDrv.htm

    There is also tool by RUssian Developer Called MSSTMake - 911cd.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=22313
     
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    Tips on integrating the addons with RyanVM Integrator :

    When you integrating the SATA addons, RyanVM Integrator will say that there's no .ini file (setting file) inside the archive, while when we check it, there's a .ini file. To make RyanM Integrator read the .ini file, just open the addon using archiver software (ex:WinRAR, etc.) And rename the .INI file from "DriverPack_MassStorage_wnt5_x86-32.ini" to "Entries_DriverPack_MassStorage.ini"

    The point is : Just add "Entries" infront of the .ini name and the text must not contain space (replace space with "_")

    That's it! Hope i was helping the others :D
     
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    I've just integrated the SATA addons using RyanVM Integrator, but when i test it in VirtualBox and VMWare Player using SATA mode, it's keep showing BSOD. Is there another solution to integrate the SATA right to the Windows XP installation? So i won't face this problem again?
     
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    You are supposed to add driverpacks using DP Base or at a push nlite.
     
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    How to add the driverpacks using DP Base? I don't know how to to use DP Base. Nlite? Already try it but when integrating the SATA addons, it show errors o_O
     
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    Probably a little late now (was working last few days)

    Here is a video tutorial I made months back that is buried in the middle of the thread so no one sees it :eek:
    http://forums.mydigitallife.net/thr...indows-XP-DVD…?p=699996&viewfull=1#post699996

    Maybe it will help you to answer the questions that you had.
    I normally only integrate the SATA drivers as I find that the other drivers had issues. I found that for example Ati graphics would be detected, but not all the files were in the driver pack so it would not install correctly.
    Since you can customise the install of drivers you can pick what you want to have loaded.
     
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    Hi. i have the same problem. Have install a new CD with XP SP3 Home Edition with the DriverPack sata but at install of WIndows appears a BSOD ACPI.SYS error. In bios i can't modify the SATA controller MODE in IDE. How can resolve? =(

    Thx
     
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    Look in bios settings and see if you can set it to AHCI.
     
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    I've a stupid bios all block! The Insydeh20, the notebook is a HP and can't set this mode.
     
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    UP! Anyone have any ideas?
     
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    Request bois mod maybe possible to unlock features IF there are actually available. How-to-properly-request-for-a-bios-mod to me a bit risky if you don't have relevant information about bios recovery when you can run Xp in a virtual machine..