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Where can I get an IDE driver?

I found IATA98.CAB on Intel download site but that is not a .sys driver. I am trying yo use boot.ini to load the driver but I CANNOT find one...
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  • stillkickin Sep 28, 2008

    Thanks for the quick response!
    1) There's the problem! I need the '.sys' driver in order to boot into Windows! I am getting the '7B' stop code that says I need an IDE controller driver.
    2) I am using a modified boot.ini (which looks for the .sys driver) boot floppy.
    3 So back to the original question: Does anyone know where I can get the interlata.sys or intelide.sys drivers? I downloaded the driver from the Intel website but it is a '.cat' file that 'contains' the needed driver. Unfortunately I cannot 'open' Intel's .cat file.
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Enabling SATA mode to AHCI after XP Install (applicable to most laptops, or systems) If you want to enable SATA mode as AHCI after installing Windows XP, then read on. It's a bit of a long read because of step-by-step instructions, but worth it.

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see: Intel 82801HEM/HBM SATA AHCI Storage Controller

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