Take a look at http://www.ozzu.com/ftopic28824.html
Slipstreaming is when you add files into a xp disc
You can also slipstream your disc to SP2 so no downloads
I would do a disc with SP2 slipstreamed and add your drivers in as well.
hmmm, sounds like you want to "slipstream" the drivers with XP.
Try using something like "AutoStreamer".
Basically, copy the entire contents of your Win XP CD to a folder (c:\winxpcd for example), then run Autostreamer.There is an option to cutomise the install, give it your RAID drivers, then it creats a new bootable XP CD, with the drivers included.
A little off topic, but here is a glaring example as to why the floppy is one of the most useful storage devices.
I cannot comprehen as to why they are trying to phase it out. You can copy small files to it either through windows or dos.
You can boot to it and load useful utilities, such as Memtest, etc.
They are still a host of corporate uses in the real world for its application. My wife works as a medtech, and she uses floppies for dl'ing medical files, etc.
Oh sure you can always burn using cdrw's, but first you need to be in windows, and then you need burning software, and after all that the file you need to share or mail is only a couple of megs, what a waste of space.
I hate relying on floppies, even so callled new ones. Put some files on it & tuck it away. Weeks or months later go & get that little saviour & the damn thing won't work. It's only good for the bin. I hate floppies.