I'm in the process of installing my XP home edition windows on my new build. (Specs are found in Profile) When I get to the part that windows begins the installation all goes well until I get to the part it asks for the F6 Sata Raid drivers. I click on the F6 function key, it reads the floppy disk then comes the choices of drivers which I have no idea which to pick. Once I've chosen which driver seems to be correct. ICH10R? I then proceed. When the install starts I then receive the message reading 'A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.' I'm learning this may have something to do with the Service Packs. I'm understanding this may be resolved by 'slip streaming' (sounds like something I might do while fishing" Can someone please give me an idea how slip streaming is done? I've tried using Nlite to slip stream the SP-2 with my Windows XP home, putting it together and burning to a CD trying that and it would not attempt a windows install. Can someone please give specific info as to how to resolve this situation. Thanks in advance.