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Thank you so much. On the next system I’ll try different install media, as when I tried to open up the disc in windows xp on my workstation it wouldn’t open. I unchecked the “Hide drivers that are not compatible Any recommendations or advice?
If you have an older LSI controller, you might want to try to load the Win 2k3 64bits driver related to your older controller. Post as a guest Name. It doesn’t support RAID.
Its for when I have all my late night epiphanies that I have to write down and expose before I forget. I unpacked the floppy version of the driver and the only thing I can see that would resemble drivers are dll files. And thanks to the original cer You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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So what card do you recommend instead as hardware raid for 6 drives? I’ve tried using the boot disk that dell provides They don’t supportand selecting No idea, so I googled it.
Thanks for the post. After I had one up, I ghosted it and deployed it to my others. Sign in Already have an account? When I try to load either x86 or x64 versions they both hang. I used a usb floppy and added the driver during the installation process.
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Do you know of anyone who has done this before and I am going to face a ton of issues? I even went so far as to load a bunch of non-relevant drivers onto the USB, just to see if Windows would see them. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Posted September 12, edited. Posted August 25, That being said, servwr driver is one of the ones I loaded onto the flash drive just to check. zata
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You can see that here: Posted August 26, I plan on buying an additional CPU 2.