Installing XP using SATA

Fri, 2009-06-26 12:16 by Joshua s · Forum/category:

hey, i have recently been advised to reinstall windows and i am getting the BSoD message when attempting to install windows. this is due to my computer's SATA driver. this requires a floppy with the drivers on it.
however, i do not know how to get these 32bit files which are needed:
jraid (security catalog)
Jraid (system file)
txtsetup.oem
xraid_f

my motherboard type is ms-6741
i do have a floppy drive, so all i need is the files. does anyone know where i can get these?

edit: i'm trying to install windows xp with service pack 2 if thats any help

From the manufacturer

Fri, 2009-06-26 12:26 by admin

Count yourself lucky to have a diskette drive, because Windows XP apparently doesn't accept any other source for add-on drivers during Windows installation.

Unless you find them in some unofficial source, you can only get the driver from the manufacturer either of the computer or of the motherboard or of the SATA controller. Check their web sites or contact their support. Good luck!

cheers

Fri, 2009-06-26 12:31 by Joshua s

alright thanks. and i specifically looked for a diskette drive when buying my computer so that i wouldn't run into deeper problems.

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