I'm having a hard time imagining Windows 10 will even allow you to run HDD or SSDs as IDE. After both are installed tell the XP setup you are done and it should continue without a hitch. That worked for me. Look into the i386 directory of your source CD (not the freshly nLited one). get redirected here
The drivers for the Nvraid i'm sure is 32bit. I press a key and then the Windows setup begins. Hope that helps, Davi Anonymous User Aug 22, 2005, 06:53am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: ASUS A8N-SLI Premium Motherboard and If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.
Just hope someone has a good tip before im forced to return this stuff. Thanks, but it was not me who solved the problem.I found it on computers777.com site. Linux always gets the blame for lack of native hardware support, so I don't see why you would blame ASUS instead of Microsoft on this one... Now to troubleshoot the real problem with the system (got a bluescreen with PFN_LIST_CORRUPT, can't wait to look this up...).Check your RAM sticks or lower your RAM timings.Thanks for the help,
Time for another way.Then I saw the method with nLite. Choose CD-ROM (Boot) from the menu and choose the BOOT tab. Upon the next restart the Windows XP Pro CD was detected and the installation began. Look into the i386 directory of your source CD (not the freshly nLited one).
Hardware wears out. Already have an account? I press F6 & select the drivers from the floppy furnished by the MB mfr for the NForce4 chipset. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
This time Windows states it cannot copy the files even though the same Floppy is still in the Drive, the exact screen message reads ?Cannot copy the file:nvraid.sys? (nvraid.sys being just https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/352564/nvraid-driver-problem-trouble-installing-win-xp/ You can find a lot of stuff for free these days online I guess.I had trouble with raid drivers installation and found that download. Any help would be grately appreciated! 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Fernando 1 2 Easy RAIDer 2 2,026 posts June 4, 2005 OS: Windows My PC kept hanging at the point of "Setup cannot copy file: Si3114r.sys" and so on with the rest of the driver files.
I remove and install the Floppy numerous times.? Get More Info I really need XP, because my ISP (internetprovider) doesn't support Vista yet (kinda weird 'eh?).What you tell about my XP cd can be correct, because it isn't a clean CD. Well, 2 questions. Hmm, perhaps this thing will work. *crosses fingers* well, i can always hope.
Pretty desperate and tired of making new floppy's all the time, I searched for another way to get the drivers loaded.I couldn't find one, but what I read was that I I've just got a blue screen now. And after this I couldn't restart my computer, I would solve the problem with reinstalling XP again, but from this time it says it could not copy his files. http://rss4medics.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-the-file-nvraid.php I have 32 bit XP Home on my desktop (P4 3.4Ghz) with 4Gb ram of which it recognises 3.5Gb.
I'm sure it would work with mirrored, etc. There is so many company building these kind of chipsets. They all give the same error.
Then it starts the installation and all looks well. The wrong Virtual memory setting can affect the installation after formatting the partition??? well well, i'm already going crazy ^^ Anyone got a tip, please, PLEASE, give me a shot, i will try most things at this point. http://rss4medics.com/setup-cannot/setup-cannot-copy-nvraid-sys.php Click the NEW button and add all the files in the folder where nLite slipstreamed the installation disk.
The drive itself can be internally dirty on the reading lens. Hope that helps. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Seems to be a lot of errors with this motherboard and setup.
I have also tried several different diskettes and drivers. After a while it said that it's not enough memory, so I changed the values for the Virtual Memory. by Hansolo68 / November 21, 2005 11:35 PM PST In reply to: Ask this question. Sep 15, 2010 #5 SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 10,695 +396 I agree with the above.
Now I don't need any F6 prompt for installing SATA drivers and Windows installation works fine.