Hello! I've bought a PC with components and managed to put it together. During WinXP installation I can't use the normal method of copying the SATA-drivers to a floppy because I didn't buy FDD... So the XP can't install after formatting the HD and copying the XP files on to it. It says HD read error, press Ctrl+Alt+Del to reboot... If I buy a floppy drive, how am I able to copy the drivers the the floppy because on my old laptop I don't have a FDD and none of my friends have it!?? Is there any other way? Please help me! I have tried to Slipstream a new XP-cd but I am stuck. In the gigabyte's Cd which comes with the MoBo, there are drivers but there aren't any SYS-files that you are supposed to copy to the I386-folder. Just exe-files. And it is hard to know which are the right drivers. I don't need any RAID or 64-bit drivers but maybe it desn't hurt if I try to put them there as well? I have used mainly these intructions: http://maximumpc.com/2005/01/how_to_slipstre.html Here are all names of the drivers in the Gigabyte's CD: gigaraid.exe, si3114.exe, si3114r.exe, 6410.exe, p20779.exe, p20779r.exe, MSM32.exe, MSM64.exe, si3132.exe, si3132_64.exe si3132r.exe, si3132r_64.exe, it8211.exe, GSATA32.exe, GSATA64.exe. Then there is also a small program to help to make a copy of the drivers direct to a floppy Nothing happens when I use that because as I said there is no floppy drive in my laptop. Gigabyte made it easy for every other user than me! Specs: motherboard: Gigabyte-965P-DS3, 2x1gig corsair 5300 DDRII, C2D E6400, just one 250 Gb SataII hard disk connected to SATAII0 on the MoBo. On the BIOS I have selected "Onboard SATA/IDE Ctrl mode" IDE. Do I need to tell more, please ask if I do. Please please help me, I want to get using my new computer!