Satellite A500-1 - BSOD appears during the installation of Win XP

Hello

When I try to install Windows XP, it displays this screen on my laptop:

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Greetings

Hello

I think that the BSOD appears because the Win XP cannot find the HARD drive due to lack of SATA driver.

There are two solutions;

(1) you need to add a SATA driver for Win XP (done SATA driver is part of the Intel Storage Manager)

(2) or you need to set the Compatibility Mode AHCI SATA mode. This allows you to install the Win XP without the SATA drivers.

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