Easiest way is thru Nlite as PeterUK stated earlier.
If your system does not come with an internal floppy disk drive, otherwise use a software to slipstream the driver and thus creating a new OS already integrated with the F6 drivers. Make a new Bootable ISO image and burn it on a CD.
Software like Nlite allows you to do this.
Check this website for Nlite instructions:
Burn the new OS image onto a CD
Install the OS
Install all the latest drivers from the Website in the following order Chipset, GFX, Audio, Lan, Intel Storage Matrix Manager etc.
All the best,
I am just getting back to this, its been a long cold winter indeed.
I am going to be installing Win 7 instead of WinXP in the hopes that it is more stable than XP.
I read up on nlite and it does not (near as I can tell) support Win 7 so I guess I'm looking at finding an IDE floppy. Those devices seem few and far between these days. I still can't believe that a technology leader in this industry is forcing me to use a floppy, but oh well, such is corporate America now a days, mediocrity at its finest.
Thanks to all who answered my orignal question, I truly appreciate that you tried to help me. After this I will be much more careful about the motherboards I buy.