Posted 14 April 2008 - 01:48 AM
I tried to install WindowsXP Pro 64 bit on my system. I slipstreamed the SATA driver required for it to see my drive. However, after installation, when the computer comes back up from its reboot, I get a BSOD then reboots again.
I get a 'STOP: 0x0000007b or something like that. So that usually points to drivers right? I know the disk is good because I have XP Home installed on the same drive on a different partition.
Let me give you some hardware info: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+, 2GB Kingston Pc3200 RAM, WD 2500 SATAII drive, on an ASROCK DUAL-SATAII mobo. My video card is an EVGA 8600GT PCI-e.
What drivers do I need for the install? Chipset drivers? I downloaded the ULI1695 drivers but when I try to add them to my Nlite install, the program doesn't see it.
How about my video card? I cant add them to the disc either. But wouldn't Windows have a generic 64 bit driver just to get it up and running so that I could add the driver from EVGA?
Im just at the point where ive gone through 5-6 cd's trying to add different combos of drivers.
Any other ideas of what I should do?