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Old 02-20-2005, 10:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a new computer which i am trying to install windows xp pro onto. The problem is, i have a sata hard drive and no floppy drive. That means that i have to slipstream the sata drivers on a boot disk. I know how to slipstream, i just dont know what to slipstream. I have an ASUS a8v deluxe mobo, and i am not sure what drivers i will need. I think i am going to need Ulsata and viasraid, but i am not sure. Can someone please tell what i am supposed to slipstream?
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Didnt a cd come with drivers with the hdd? If so, you can use them.
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That means that i have to slipstream the sata drivers on a boot disk. I know how to slipstream, i just dont know what to slipstream.
that is not the definition of slipstreaming. you are making a boot floppy.
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Boot disc can also mean a cd, thats probably what he meant..
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I think he's making a sata driver floppy. if he is than all he needs to do is put the driver onto a floppy. I don't think you can install a sata driver from a CD
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He said he has no floppy drive thou..
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You need a floppy

http://www.techist.com/showthread.ph...497#post437497
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You do not need a floppy and YES you can slipstream the SATA drivers onto the windows CD I know this because i have done this before.

Check out this page, Green Machines Space It is a dificult thing to do for a n00bie but read everything carefully and if you need more help checkout THIS PAGE under the Unattended Windows Discussion & Support tab.

You can also use google to search for more, there are a few more pages i used but i am on limited time at the moment, when i get home tonight i will track down some more info for you.

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Before i go here's another quick one

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