The topic of installing windows came up and reminded me.
I have a system with only SATA drives (2 x 74GB) & (1 x 120 GB). I would like to install Windows on it, but Windows only allows the introduction of SATA drivers via a floppy drive. I haven't used a floppy or even purchased a 3.5" floppy in at least 3 years.
Can I just make an ISO of my XP Pro Sp1 CD and add in a driver?
Or is it going to be harder than that?
I did a quick google search, but what I found wasn't what I want to do. ISO builders and everything. I have a program that can edit ISO's. I can mount it R/W as a virtual drive, and add in any file I want.
It's where to add the files that is the problem.
Basically to make a long story short:
If I wanted to add drivers so that Windows install could use them, where would I put them on the CD?