AFAIK , XP SP1 , XP SP2 doesnt have driver to support SATA and Compaq V3000 is pre-installed with Vista. And there a lots of people that still using XP such as me. Two family members bought Compaq Presario V3000 running on Vista , but they want to use XP instead.
I've been asked for help twice for this problem. And i've notice that , there also many guys out there having the same problem. Here , i'll try to help you guys using the way i've done.
1.Copy all your's XP Home / Pro installation files and folder into local drive.
2.Google and download SATA driver for XP
3.Download and install nLite
4.Use nLite to slipstream your XP installation
4.1 Browse your XP installation folder (which you've already copied to local drive)
4.2 Browse for SATA XP's driver you have downloaded
4.3 Follow the instruction
5.Use any CD burning tool to burn slipstreamed XP installation onto a blank CD
6.Restart and boot your notebook using the new XP cd
7.Install XP , done
Problems with Sound and Wireless device
But then , we'll might have problems with sound and wireless device. Even though we've installed drivers for both device , it'll still failed to functioning. This is because , we have to install UAA's driver 1st (Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio) before installing sound and wireless driver. Then you can start using your Compaq