How do I add Dell ATA drivers to an XP Install Disc?

During Windows XP Setup on most Dell machines, it will Blue Screen (or say it can't find any disks) unless you are using a Dell XP Disc with the special ATA drivers on it.. (talking about Workstations here)

At one point, I had a disc with the those drivers so I could install XP off a NORMAL Windows XP Disc on pretty much any Dell workstation.. but I lost my disc and I can't seem to find the resource that walked me through adding that driver to an Image/Slipstream then creating a new Disc from that..

1) What driver do I need to add in?  I THINK it was some kind of Intel ATA driver that I used...

2) Then how do I go about creating a new XP Disc with that driver slipstreamed in (What directory do I copy the driver files to, Disc Image settings, etc)?

aconwayAsked:
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PowerEdgeTechIT ConsultantCommented:
Easiest way is to use nLiteOS.com to integrate the drivers into a new disk.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?ProductID=2842&DwnldID=17883&lang=eng&iid=dc_rss
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PowerEdgeTechIT ConsultantCommented:
If your system has a floppy drive, you can also put those drivers on a floppy and load them at the F6 prompt as soon as the system boots to the CD.
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aconwayAuthor Commented:
Yeah I know about F6.  ;)  Don't wanna do that however because most of the systems I deal with don't have floppies.  I will look at nLite..  
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Ivano ViolaSystem AdministratorCommented:
Follow PowerEgeTech's suggestion. You will be able to slipstream all the drivers you need into the Windows installation then burn it to a CD.
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