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SATA drivers for XP

Post by hvac » Tue Mar 18, 2008 6:01 pm

could someone add SATA drivers for XP so win xp could be installed on a system that came with Vista after formating the drive to remove Vista.

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Post by Siginet » Tue Mar 18, 2008 6:39 pm

Check out www.driverpacks.net. That is the best method for adding all sata drivers. ;)
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Post by Snakus » Wed Mar 19, 2008 4:06 am

Or try nLite utility.
I works nice for me.;)

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Post by longo213 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 7:23 am

I personally prefer my own list of SATA drivers which are covering most of southbridges used on todays motherboards and laptops.

- ALi IDE driver v. 1.5.1.0 (used on some ATi Xpress200/ULi combo chipsets)
- ULi M5228 v. 5.0.2.8 (SATA/RAID mode for ALi/ULi based chipsets)
- ULi M5281 v. 5.0.2.9 (SATA/RAID mode for ALi/ULi based chipsets)
- ULi M5287 v. 1.0.5.8 (SATA/RAID mode for ALi/ULi based chipsets)
- ATi IDE v. 1.00.0000.3
- ATi IDE ATA 133 v. 5.0.0.3
- Silicon-Image 3112 AHCI v. 1.3.68.2 (native SATA mode of ATI chipsets SB400 a SB450)
- Silicon-Image 3112r RAID v. 1.1.56.1 (native RAID mode of ATI chipsets SB400 a SB450)
- ATi AHCI driver v. 2.506.1540.28 (native RAID a AHCI mode of ATi SB600 southbridge)
- ATi AHCI driver v. 2.506.1540.28 (native RAID a AHCI mode of ATi SB600 southbridge)
- ATi AHCI driver v. 3.1.1540.25 (native RAID a AHCI mode of ATi SB700 southbridge)
- Intel Matrix Storage v. 7.8.0.1012 (RAID & AHCI mode of Intel southbridges, modified to support ICH9 AHCI as mentioned on MSFN board)
- JMicron SATA/RAID v. 1.17.31.00 (RAID a AHCI mode of external controllers used on many new boards)
- NVIDIA AHCI driver v. 10.1.0.20 (AHCI or IDE mode of most NVIDIA SB, modified)
- NVIDIA RAID driver v. 10.1.0.20 (RAID mode of most NVIDIA SB with RAID support, modified)
- SiS IDE driver 5.1.1039.2041
- SiS RAID/AHCI v. 5.1.1039.1090 (for southbridges SiS964/964P, and SiS180/SiS181 controllers)
- SiS RAID/AHCI v. 5.1.1039.2110 (for southbridges SiS965/965L)
- SiS RAID/AHCI v. 5.1.1039.3020 (for southbridges SiS966/968)
- VIA IDE/mini-IDE v. 6.0.6000.182 (IDE mode for VIA chipsets)
- VIA AHCI/SATA IDE v. 6.0.6000.230 (AHCI mode for VIA chipsets VIA)
- VIA RAID v. 5.1.6000.562 (RAID mode for VIA chipsets VIA)
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Post by longo213 » Sun Mar 23, 2008 7:21 am

Hi

As I said in my previous post, I prefer direct integration only of most necessary drivers of most used controllers, just enough for seamless OS installation.
But my pack supports also ICH9 AHCI mode (for DEV_5029), most of NVIDIA's controllers in one archive and something what DriverPacks don't - drivers for newest ATI/AMD's SB700 (ahcix86 v. 3.1.1540.25).

Do not planning to maintain it as a pack, addon or whatever - but If someone of you guys would find my collection of SATA drivers useful, you can download it on Rapidshare.

SATA drivers pack (no version number or so - just a bunch of files sorted into respective directories)

Oh, I forgot to mention - there are also drivers for NVIDIA SMU (System Management Unint) and ASUS's ATK100 monitoring device. The first one is useful on laptops and newest mobos based on NVIDIA chipsets, the second on is only for laptops and mobos from ASUStek - but won't hurt to have it "ready" :)

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Post by ccl0 » Mon Mar 24, 2008 5:42 pm

longo213 wrote:Hi

As I said in my previous post, I prefer direct integration only of most necessary drivers of most used controllers, just enough for seamless OS installation.
But my pack supports also ICH9 AHCI mode (for DEV_5029), most of NVIDIA's controllers in one archive and something what DriverPacks don't - drivers for newest ATI/AMD's SB700 (ahcix86 v. 3.1.1540.25).

Do not planning to maintain it as a pack, addon or whatever - but If someone of you guys would find my collection of SATA drivers useful, you can download it on Rapidshare.

SATA drivers pack (no version number or so - just a bunch of files sorted into respective directories)

Oh, I forgot to mention - there are also drivers for NVIDIA SMU (System Management Unint) and ASUS's ATK100 monitoring device. The first one is useful on laptops and newest mobos based on NVIDIA chipsets, the second on is only for laptops and mobos from ASUStek - but won't hurt to have it "ready" :)

that looks pretty useful. i'll give it a try :)

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Post by longo213 » Mon Mar 24, 2008 8:11 pm

To make things clear - this is NOT an addon or "driverpack". It's a SIMPLE COMPILATION of drivers for most used SATA controllers (plus some system files).
You have to unpack it and integrate them with nLite in usual way.
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Post by Smith76 » Thu Mar 27, 2008 8:48 am

longo213

please would you be so kind and creato f an addon of this or explain to me how did you integrate thise your drivers with nLite... I have try a couple times but no luck

My steps (didnt work for me then)
1.extract your rar file after download.. to SATA drivers pack
2.then run nLite and mark Drivers - Next
3.Insert (then which single or multipe drive folder) and show SATA driver pack folder (or what?)
4.then txtmode driver or regular driver....
......
or please would you be so kind and ask someone to creat addon from yours sata drivers

my opinion is that this pack is very good and it would help a lot of people..

best regards to all

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Post by pen25jf » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:05 am

Doesn't Driverpacks.net have a third-party add-on pack similiar to this? I could be wrong, but they have a bunch of good add-on packs for HID, etc.

No, dont work for them :lol:

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Post by longo213 » Thu Mar 27, 2008 12:00 pm

Smith76 wrote:3.Insert (then which single or multipe drive folder) and show SATA driver pack folder (or what?)
4.then txtmode driver or regular driver....
Hi

Simply add one driver after another, going thru every folder - it's not the best way, I agree - but I can live with that :)
Don't care about the txtmode or regular - take what nLite offers you as first. It depends on the fact, if in the folder is txtsetup.oem file or not.
pen25jf wrote:Doesn't Driverpacks.net have a third-party add-on pack similiar to this? I could be wrong, but they have a bunch of good add-on packs for HID, etc.
Yes, they do - but as I said before, I don't use it and I only integrate SATA drivers I choose.
pen25jf wrote:No, dont work for them :lol:
Me neither :)

Btw, I will update the collection with newest ATI SB and IDE filter drivers.

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Post by pen25jf » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:53 pm

Cool thanks, probably a good pack to have :wink:

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Post by longo213 » Thu Mar 27, 2008 9:04 pm

As I promised, I updated my SATA drivers collection with newest drivers. This is NOT an addon nor DriverPack mini-package, it's just an simple compilation of drivers for most used SATA controllers and few drivers for overlooked system devices.
For integrating into XP source you have to unpack the drivers somewhere and then add one INF file after another into the list using nLite.


- ALi IDE driver v. 1.5.1.0 (used on some ATi Xpress200/ULi combo chipsets)
- ULi M5228 v. 5.0.2.8 (SATA/RAID mode for ALi/ULi based chipsets)
- ULi M5281 v. 5.0.2.9 (SATA/RAID mode for ALi/ULi based chipsets)
- ULi M5287 v. 1.0.5.8 (SATA/RAID mode for ALi/ULi based chipsets)
- ATi IDE v. 1.00.0000.3 (IDE mode on obsolete ATI chipsets like SB3xx)
- ATi IDE ATA 133 v. 5.1.0.8
(IDE/native SATA IDE mode for ATI chipsets from SB450 to SB700)
- Silicon-Image 3112 AHCI v. 1.3.68.2 (native SATA mode of ATI chipsets SB400 a SB450)
- Silicon-Image 3112r RAID v. 1.1.56.1 (native RAID mode of ATI chipsets SB400 a SB450)
- ATi AHCI driver v. 2.506.1540.28 (native RAID a AHCI mode of ATi SB600 southbridge)
- ATi AHCI driver v. 3.1.1540.25 (native RAID a AHCI mode of ATi SB700 southbridge)
- Intel Matrix Storage v. 7.8.0.1012 (RAID & AHCI mode of Intel southbridges, modified to support ICH9 AHCI as mentioned on MSFN board)
- JMicron SATA/RAID v. 1.17.32.06
(RAID a AHCI mode of external controllers used on many new boards)
- NVIDIA AHCI driver v. 10.1.0.20 (AHCI or IDE mode of most NVIDIA SB, modified)
- NVIDIA RAID driver v. 10.1.0.20 (RAID mode of most NVIDIA SB with RAID support, modified)
- SiS IDE driver 5.1.1039.2041
- SiS RAID/AHCI v. 5.1.1039.1090 (for southbridges SiS964/964P, and SiS180/SiS181 controllers)
- SiS RAID/AHCI v. 5.1.1039.2110 (for southbridges SiS965/965L)
- SiS RAID/AHCI v. 5.1.1039.3020 (for southbridges SiS966/968)
- VIA IDE/mini-IDE v. 6.0.6000.182 (IDE mode for VIA chipsets)
- VIA AHCI/SATA IDE v. 6.0.6000.230 (AHCI mode for VIA chipsets VIA)
- VIA RAID v. 5.1.6000.574
(RAID mode for VIA chipsets VIA, modified INF to support one HW ID which VIA removed in this version for unknown reason)

Other useful system drivers
- NVIDIA SMU v. 5.1.2600.0134 (NVIDIA System Management Unit driver, useful on all NV based laptops and new desktop chipsets)
- ASUS ATK100 v. 1043.2.31.100 (drivers for system monitoring used on all laptops and most motherboards from ASUStek)



Changelog:
- modified txtsetup.oem in Intel folder to support ICH9/9R (DEV_2923). More details in this thread on MSFN board.
- updated ATI&AMD IDE/ATA133 driver to version 5.1.0.8. You won't find this in IGP Catalyts for XP - for some reason they are ony in Vista's package. However, XP is not only supported, but this is the perfect driver for owners of SB600 and SB700 based boards.
Previous version was in fact just INF file to configure built-in MS driver, this one has driver on it's own, supporting most of the devices based on SB450 to SB700 in IDE/SATA IDE mode.
- updated JMicron SATA/RAID driver
- updated VIA SATA/RAID driver


Download the SATA Drivers Collection 03/08

If you want to use the pack for whatever reason, go for it. If you want to create an addon or DriverPack, you're welcome. If you want to test it for me and report some issues back, I would be glad to help and make some minor changes to make it better.
Otherwise, NO WARRANTY!

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Post by pen25jf » Fri Mar 28, 2008 10:59 am

Thanks, I'll give it a shot this weekend.

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Post by hatem20 » Sat Apr 12, 2008 4:33 am

thank you

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Post by Outbreaker » Tue May 06, 2008 9:55 am

THX longo213 keep up the good work. And you are right direct integration is better because if i use driverpack then i can not start the Recovery Console from the Winodws XP CD.

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Post by longo213 » Wed May 07, 2008 5:22 am

Many thanks :)

I'll update the drivers collection over the weekend :) I was thinking to reedit all oemsetup files to make the integration easier.

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Post by LonGleY-orig » Tue May 13, 2008 8:43 am

longo213: We are expecting! :]

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Post by longo213 » Tue May 13, 2008 3:24 pm

Jeez... :) sry guys, some real life issues happened, no big drama, just time consuming... :) But I didn't forget you ;)

Hope to post them tomorrow evening (CET).

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Post by Broly10000 » Wed May 14, 2008 3:09 am

Will this substitute the F6 for loading RAID drivers?? If thats the case Sweet.

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Post by Outbreaker » Wed May 14, 2008 12:58 pm

@Broly10000
Yes

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Post by bobotlito » Thu May 15, 2008 5:07 am

hi longo213

i'd be really greatful if you can upload your sata drivers anywhere other than rapidshare or megaupload. The latters really break my heart. :cry:

here's one free and convenient hosting:
http://www.mediafire.com/

thanks :P

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Post by Outbreaker » Wed Jun 11, 2008 5:33 am

MMM someone has forgot us :D.

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Post by Bhishmar » Wed Jun 11, 2008 12:28 pm

Hi all
While waiting for longo231's post to update the SATA drivers collection,
I have a question for the experts here.

Does the final Windows XP SP3 Service Pack (RTM 5512) after integrating (slipstreaming) with install CD, contain the latest SATA drivers, so that "F6" is not required for installing XP into SATA/RAID interface/hard-disks?

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Post by cosy » Wed Jun 11, 2008 12:55 pm

Bhishmar wrote: Does the final Windows XP SP3 Service Pack (RTM 5512) after integrating (slipstreaming) with install CD, contain the latest SATA drivers, so that "F6" is not required for installing XP into SATA/RAID interface/hard-disks?
I'm not an expert but the answer to your question is "NO"

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Post by longo213 » Wed Jun 11, 2008 1:10 pm

Bhishmar wrote:Does the final Windows XP SP3 Service Pack (RTM 5512) after integrating (slipstreaming) with install CD, contain the latest SATA drivers, so that "F6" is not required for installing XP into SATA/RAID interface/hard-disks?
Nope.

And yes, I finally found some spare time :) Don't hold your breath, but.... :)

Anyway - bobotlito, Mediafire seems like very good service, I'll use it instead of RS. Thanks!

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Post by roirraW "edor" » Wed Jun 11, 2008 1:41 pm

Bhishmar wrote:Hi all
While waiting for longo231's post to update the SATA drivers collection,
I have a question for the experts here.

Does the final Windows XP SP3 Service Pack (RTM 5512) after integrating (slipstreaming) with install CD, contain the latest SATA drivers, so that "F6" is not required for installing XP into SATA/RAID interface/hard-disks?

regards
Just an FYI in addition to the answer to your question that others have given, AFAIK Service Packs don't include any drivers.
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Post by 5eraph » Wed Jun 11, 2008 2:05 pm

[quote="roirraW "edor""]AFAIK Service Packs don't include any drivers.[/quote]
That's not quite true. The file SP?.cab is full of them. I'd imagine they're a mix of newer files than those included in driver.cab and files that weren't originally included.

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Post by roirraW "edor" » Wed Jun 11, 2008 3:07 pm

Hmph! :) I stand corrected. LOL.
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Post by Bhishmar » Wed Jun 11, 2008 9:31 pm

5eraph wrote:[quote="roirraW "edor""]AFAIK Service Packs don't include any drivers.
That's not quite true. The file SP?.cab is full of them. I'd imagine they're a mix of newer files than those included in driver.cab and files that weren't originally included.[/quote]
The very idea of a servicepack release, other than fixing serious issues, is (or must be) to add driver capabilities to enable the os to work with devices marketted prior to the release of the oS/servicepack.
It is a pity M$ is so lazy, so as not to stick to this basic premise. Or they dont want XP+SP3 to become popular vizaviz Vista!!!

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Post by DirtyTodd » Mon Jun 30, 2008 2:53 am

Can i use driver pack from www.driverpacks.net with RVM_Integrator_1.5.3 or do i need DPs_BASE to integrate them reply thanks in advance

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Post by 5eraph » Mon Jun 30, 2008 3:02 am

You need BASE.

A friendly reminder: DriverPacks are always done last, just before creating your ISO.

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Post by DirtyTodd » Mon Jun 30, 2008 5:37 am

Thanks

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Post by wazer » Wed Jul 02, 2008 5:17 am

Would it be possible for one of you guys on these forums to make an addon driver pack out of "SATA Drivers Collection 03/08" so we could integrate it :), that would be nice. thanks.

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Post by hatem20 » Mon Jul 07, 2008 9:08 pm

how i integrated it ??

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Post by Outbreaker » Thu Jul 10, 2008 3:57 am

With driverpack the Recovery Console from Winodws XP CD don't work anymore.

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Post by Outbreaker » Fri Sep 12, 2008 6:00 am

No one with addon skills interested to continue this pack ?
driverpacks = not working whit AHCI mode and some Laptops ther is no option to turn it off.

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Post by ccl0 » Fri Sep 12, 2008 10:44 am

seems like longo213 has disappeared

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Post by SymSpaceT » Sun Nov 16, 2008 2:24 pm

Hello folks,

in light of the "no sata drivers in WinXP SP3" opinion here, can somebody explain why my plain WinXP SP3 installs on a sata-II machine without any problems?

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Post by XIII » Sun Nov 16, 2008 4:07 pm

SymSpaceT wrote:in light of the "no sata drivers in WinXP SP3" opinion here, can somebody explain why my plain WinXP SP3 installs on a sata-II machine without any problems?
A possible explanation is that your drive is set to IDE mode (instead of AHCI or RAID) in the BIOS of your PC.
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Post by SymSpaceT » Sun Nov 16, 2008 4:21 pm

Thanks. I'll check.

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Post by SymSpaceT » Tue Aug 04, 2009 6:30 am

Hello longo213!


Any inclination on updating this "pack"? I have been using it with success.

Cheers:

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Post by zilan » Thu Sep 10, 2009 11:02 am

no new update? where is longo? :(

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Post by =[FEAR]=JIGSAW » Thu Sep 10, 2009 2:23 pm

Outbreaker wrote:With driverpack the Recovery Console from Winodws XP CD don't work anymore.
Press F10 at the F6 message popup......
This will auto-load the "Recovery Console"
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Post by eksasol » Thu Sep 10, 2009 3:22 pm

Thanks for the SATA drivers. I did the same thing, but for wifi drivers.

I can upload the collection if anyone is interested. I haven't had a chance to test all the drivers since I don't own every wifi cards.

Actually with nLite you don't have to add INF files individually, there is an option to select an entire folder.

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