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The short answer is no. Because of the aged technology of XP it will only recognize A drive (floppy) . A USB flash drive won't work either. You have to use a slipstrem utility like "nlite" and burn a special XP CD that should have your SATA driver integrated into. You can load the SATA driver from computer makers' support site. If you have a CD burner and a working computer you can make a slipstream XP CD by following the instructions available.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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