I agree with both usasma and hyperstun. But be aware that you might need a USB floppy disk to install SATA RAID during the f6 session, and some may barely work during installation when suddenly it pops up "insert disk.." as if you haven't inserted the correct disquet in..but actually you did. What you wanna do is, compile another installation XP bootable disc with an application called NLite
, where during compilation you can insert the serial keys directly and the best part is to dump all needed SATA RAID installation files in. Then you wont need to press F6. Good luck.
ps: Because I was a bit mixed up yesterday, sorry for the misunderstanding. What I meant to say is some USB floppy may barely work during installation for I experienced one with few Sony USB floppy.
Edited by syunichi, 07 February 2008 - 07:38 PM.
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