Hiya, I changed mobos from an abit AN9-32X to an Asus M4A88TD, I'm running winxp32. Everything is working fine, but it keeps on running [on startup] the found new hardware wizard for the "IDE channel" hardware, and prompts me 6 times with the message "Driver is not intended for this platform". The 6 times corresponds to the number of references to IDE channel in my Device Manager (there are 3 "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller" devices as well). My machine boots off the IDE drive (no raid), and it's accessible. I've tried deleting these devices, but they keep coming back. I have a suspicion there's an old IDE driver kicking about, the Abit was nforce-based, and used to have a custom IDE driver. Maybe it's not removed, but I have no idea how to remove it, it's not in add/remove programs. If I try to do "update driver", it copies atapi.sys from somewhere, but produces the same message. Any ideas on how to proceed, or how to replace atapi.sys if that's somehow been affected? Or maybe I misunderstand something about the board and new ide/sata/raid configs.