I have an Asus A8N32-SLI deluxe Mobo, AMD dual core 4200 CPU, 2 Gb RAM and four 250 Gb SATA internal drives (RAID 0+1 config), running Vista Ultimate. The ATI 11 boot CD doesn't load my Asus mobo's NVidia RAID driver so I can't see my C: drive (RAID 0+1); I can see all other drives (external USB2, external eSATA and another internal IDE drive). I created the VistaPE bootCD following Mustang's (well written) procedure including the ATI script that I bought, also created by Mustang. The CD creation process went well but I run into problems after booting off the CD. Here's what happens: 1. CD boots 2. I select VistaPE (1st option) 3. "Windows is loading files..." progress bar completes 4. I get a black error screen titled 'Windows Boot Manager' Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. Insert the Windows Installation Disc and restart to repair the problem.... File: \windows\system32\boot\winload.exe Status: 0xc000000f Info: The selected entry could not be loaded because the applicatoin is missing or corrupt. Hit [Enter] to continue. [Esc] to exit. That's as far as I get. From the directions, I'm supposed to see another menu where I can select LiteStep to boot with but I never get that far. FYI, I used a copy of my Vista DVD that resides on my C: during the VistaPE creation process. I don't think that has any impact but I'm just mentioning it anyway. I didn't add any custom drivers for my NVidia RAID since I thought I'd try this method first and that Vista would detect them on its own (as it did during my Vista installation). Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!