Drivers for SATA HP XW4600T does not work when I create a custom XP cd?

Posted on 2010-01-12
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08

I have been trying to download different drivers for the SATA Intel Matrix Technology driver for the HP XW4600T, and then using Nlite to create a custom CD and I end up always getting the blue screen with the error 0x0000007b. I have gone through many cd's now.

Does any one have any ideas on how to get this working?

Question by:rha_mtl
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This article seems to have everything in it - the file you need and the instructions to extract the files needed for your image:


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I finally got it to work. I created a copy of Windows Xp Sp3 with nlite and included the drivers with it. Then I used Novivorp Wintoflash and created that same image of the USB stick and now it works. for some reason it would not work off of the cd/dvd drive.


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