I don't have a driver CD, I've downloaded them from the Gigabyte website. I assume putting these drivers into folders and on a CD will behave the same way as a genuine driver CD (when searching locations for drivers)? What order will I have to do things in to get up and running? Am I right in thinking:
1. Place the Vista disc into the drive of this current XP machine before shutting down
2. Insert motherboard, RAM, CPU etc, and the formatted 160GB HDD
3. The computer will detect that there are no OS installations and begin to install Vista from the CDROM
4. Install RAID, nForce2, SATA RAID etc after the Vista installation is finished
Or is that not possible, and I'll have to install the mobo drivers first? If so, how?
Also, is there a way I can tell which revision the motherboard is? I've downloaded all drivers for the Rev.1 & Rev.2 models of my mobo, but can't seem to find a difference online.
Edited by hamluis, 08 June 2011 - 01:02 PM.
Moved from System Building to Vista.