Hello, i got a little problem with installing windows xp on my computer. Here is my rig athlon x 2 6000+ 2GB AND M2N4-SLI ( ASUS THO) motherboard. So when im trying to install my windows it says it misses some of the drivers. So called nvidia raid controller and mass stroage controller. When i try to install them installation says: nvrdx64.sys is corrupted!!. I tried millions of floppy disks, but it still doesnt work, and there's no problems with floppy drive. I tried both 32x and 64x systems. PLZZ HELP
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Are you sure there is no problems with the drive? Are you trying to install a RAID array? If not, you don't need to do the F6 option in Setup.
Try taking one of the floppies, formatting it, running a full surface scan, then copying the files over. I had to do that this weekend to get my RAID drivers to work. It's obvious you have another PC with a floppy drive. Try using that drive in the other computer and see what happens.
Actually you can get errors in Windows Setup. I know. It happened to me this weekend, so you're wrong. You're right though that he needs to explain the problem better, but it sounds like his NVidia RAID driver is corrupt and he's using a floppy disk, which leads me (and everyone else) to believe that he is trying to install RAID drivers in Windows Setup. If it were corrupt while installing Windows, he would not have been able to progress through the setup (assuming he is installing RAID). If he's not installing RAID, he doesn't need RAID drivers (which you no doubt know). If he does try to install a RAID disk and it's progressing past the point of selecting the partition and beyond, then it's likely a HDD problem.
Also, while doing a simple Google search on the driver you mention being motherboard only, this was the first result:
"When I press F6 to install these drivers I get the message: 'The file nvrdx64.sys is corrupted'"
This problem can occur as a result of a corrupt file, a corrupt floppy disk, or a malfunctioning floppy drive. I would suggest purchasing a brand new floppy, making sure the drivers are downloaded properly from the nVidia website (and that they are for the right controller). and work from there. If you are still having a problem, you can either try and swap out the floppy drive, or a more failsafe yet time-consuming method would be to slipstream the RAID drivers onto the windows installation. I have encountered the problem you are having before, and was usually resolved by using a new, properly formatted floppy disk.