What exactly is your current problem once again, if you don't mind?
Ok ill sum it up.
Got a Windows Vista laptop but for uni i need Windows Xp. So thought fine ill run a dual boot. Went out and bought Xp home, partitioned the drive, and wacked the disc in. Came up to install xp all fine then it goes " sorry cannot find a hard drive" After looking about on the net i see it is becuase of a SATA drive i have. So i install again but press f6 at the start it asks for the drivers on the A: drive. I got the chipset drivers from the laptop site (see above link) put them on a usb pen drive and put it in. Read the drivers fine but then said cannot contiue because setup cannot find Txtsetup.oem. Thats it where i got too.
Ok please look at this page once again...
The "Txtsetup.oem"... is in the download package
OK alrighty the txtsetup file should be here. You will have to extract the files from the exe with a program like WinRAR.
*EDIT* I Changed WinZip to WinRAR because WinZip will not do the job. /*EDIT*
*EDIT* WinRAR will not do the job either. To get a copy of the file on a computer that does not use the drivers you'll need to double click iata76_enu.exe and let the install process begin. Then bring up the task manager with Ctrl+Alt+Delete and on the process tab you need to kill both iata76_enu.exe and Setup.exe. If you don't kill the processes with the task manager but cancel them instead with the install program then txtsetup.oem will be erased.
Browse to C:\WINDOWS\Temp\IIF\Winall\Driver and you'll find the file in there. /*EDIT*
Ok ill be getting thoes drivers as soon as the site come back up! grr
ok all the driver i think i have a the txtsetup.oem but now it just wont take them off the usb memory stick. So i think its time to do a raid slipstream. Can anyone explain it too me, thanks
DONE! Well xp installing now. That raid slipstream wasnt that hard! Thanks for all your help! Was useful
Glad you finally got this done... Happy computing!
At this point my "from memory" instructions are a bit fuzzy, so I'll just say that I use a combination of this guys info and nlite. With a little study, I'm sure you can slipstream a Windows XP disk without any problems.
man, my syntax is getting bad
need more ,,,,,,,,,,
do you post using a PDA or Blackberry device? All your posts look a little strange or truncated
more like in hurry ,bad grammar
lot to chew on at home front
need to go back to school need a car
and now stuck with more home repairs
I guess could be worse
I have a friend that always communicates and writes email using a Blackberry phone. His posts and email look wierd too