Iâ€™m having a problem get XP x64 to complete its installation. When the install program restart the second time with Windows XP x64 Pro logo screen showing, system halts and goes to the Diagnostic Startup Screen, same screen you get when you hit F8 during normal Windows startup. If you select Safe Mode, system displays list of files being loaded as usual, but halts and does a hardware reboot. Any attempt to start windows after that takes you directly to Diagnostic Startup Screen. Itâ€™s a new system and I installed Windows XP Pro 32 Bit Edition, before trying to install XP x64, and all hardware test Ok. Iâ€™m using version 6.66 nForce4 SATA Drivers download for nVIDIAâ€™s Web Site for the RAID Installation floppy. RAID Driver floppy created by the CD that came with ASUS A8N-E motherboard caused the XP x64 Install to crash right after it read the drivers supplied on the ASUS CD. My system is includes the following hardware. (1) Thermaltake Tsunami VA3000 Series case. (2) Thermaltake Purge Power TWV500W W0057 Power supply. (3) AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (4) ASUS A8N-E Motherboard with BIOS Version 1005. (5) ASUS Video Graphics card EAX800XL/2DTV/256M/A (6) 2 MB DDR PC3200 Memory, Corsair TWINX2048-3200PRO, configured as Dual Channel. (7) 2 Western Digital 160GB SATA Hard Drive Configured as RAID 0, Drive WD SATA2 P/N WD1600JS (8) CD\DVD Drive, Plextor SATA P/N: PX-716SA/SW. It looks to me like there is a driver problem, but I donâ€™t know how to tell which driver and if I knew the only drivers I have that I can change are the ones on the RAID Drive floppy. All the rest come form the Windows XP x64 installation CD. One other thing I donâ€™t understand is what drivers are required in Safe Mode that are not required when the installation is in GUI Display Mode. Any pointers on how to fined the problem or as to what Iâ€™m doing wrong would be greatly appreciated.