ill start this out with computer specs
Model: HP pavilion dv7
processor: AMD Turion (tm) X2 dual core Moblie RM-70
OS: vista-64bit home premium pre-installed, no disk
Now that ive got that out of the way, ill follow it up with my problem.I am wanting to dual boot vista and xp so I Partitioned my hard drive to give winXP a place to call home. After i gave the partition eough space i popped in my winXP pro cd and rebooted the computer, Press any key to boot from cd, So windows xp starts to do its thing and starts to install, gets to Starting windows and a STOP error comes up error being STOP:0X0000007B.
I researched abit around the net on this error coming to find out that i was needing a SATA driver so xp could install.
So i Determine the type of processor in the computer, then search for and downloaded the latest SATA AHCI driver from the processor manufacturer's. I beleave is the correct one, From what i read it is.
Also read that i could Disable SATA native mode. But my Laptop doesnt support this action.
So now i am looking into slipstreaming xp. This is where my problem begain. This is where i am lost on what iam suppose to do from here on out.
So i find this link from hp http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/...
Which has good info but from the steps they have listed isnt show the exact same on my computer then it does in the screen shots.
Now that i caught u up on what ive done so far, I really need someones help on what i need to do to slipstreaming xp.
I downloaded Total Commande and Ultra ISO to start this, but still haveing problems. Is there anyone out there that would please take time out of your buzy day and give a helping hand.
Thanks for taking the time to read my post and i am hopeing i get a speedy reply. have a good one