I have a pc with Windows Xp pro on it and its not booting into windows, the perennial reboot situation. I decided to repair windows but because its a SATA drive on an Asrock P4V88 motherboard it detects no hard drive. I copied the RAID drivers on a floppy disc, rebooted, hit F6 but keep getting the message "File txtsetup.oem caused an unexpected error (1024) at line 1747 in d:/xpsprtm/base/boot/setup/oemdisk". Sometimes its line 1742. I have downloaded the drivers off the Asrock website and also copied off the motherboard cd but neither work. The manual says to produce a SATA driver disc you need to boot with the Mobo cd in the drive and follow instructions to produce a driver disc, I tried this also but keep getting the message, Sector not found. Cannot redirect input from file''. I have tried other floppy disc and floppy drives, I have swapped the cd drive for a new DVD writer but nothing seems to help. I have ran diagnostic checks on memory and hard drive and both seem to be good. I have tried exerything I can think of but seem to be going round in circles. I have been into the BIOS and the only settings for SATA are "RAID" or "Disable". there is only one hard drive but I have to choose RAID as otherwise it doesn't find the drive in the BIOS. I am hoping one of you guys have some words of wisdom to help me out here.