Going to UPgrade from W7x64 bit to W7x32 bit - that IS what I am saying.

Hi, kemical, I'll bite: what is "this" possible solution? Quoting your post:

I did a little searching for xp sata drivers for your machine and quite by accident stumbled across this possible solution?

Problem with installing XP on Acer Aspire [Solved]
Huh? And please remember: I don't want to select the BIOS's pretend IDE mode, I want to remain fully SATA compliant and identified as such.

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Oh... Er, forget I mentioned it then.. :)

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