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Sounds right, boot off of it and if it recognizes the drive than its good, if it doesn't than try again, but the SATA AHCI driver sounds correct as long as you downloaded the right one for your chipset.
    
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Originally Posted by jasoncho92 View Post
I would like to know how to use a usb drive act as a floppy. His laptop doesnt have a floppy drive so thats the only way i can do that.

And i got the drivers for the HDD controller but i dont know what to do with it
1. Get HP Drive Key Boot Utility from HP.com

2. Get 32-bit Floppy Configuration Utility for Intel® Matrix Storage Manager

3. Extract f6flpy32.zip to create f6flpy32.exe

4. Extract f6flpy32.exe with winrar or other similar program to create F32.IMA

5. Install HP Drive Key Boot Utility

6. Plug-in empty USB flash drive (all information will be destroyed)

7. Run HP Drive Key Boot Utility

8. Select USB flash drive letter

9. Select Create new or replace existing configuration

10. Select Floppy Disk

11. Select Image from file and browse for F32.IMA

12. Click Next, then Finish.

13. Reboot system with USB flash drive connected

14. Enter BIOS and under USB options set USB flash drive as floppy or forced FDD

15 On main screen set Legacy Diskette option to Disabled

16. Save BIOS setting and reboot

17. Boot from windows XP CD

18. Press F6

19. Load drivers from USB flash drive

20. Do not remove USB flash drive until first reboot

Its not to dificult to do. I used Winrar to extract the files.

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Thanks for the help but i just streamlined the drivers into the install and it worked.
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