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IBM 61H0031 There is someone who can help me with this case? I've removed it from an old IBM330 and I would use it with a new raid controller. When I start pc I have everything ok, but I don't "see" disks at the end of the procedure. Thanks in advance

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Have you installed the drivers for the raid controller that allow you to see the disks and if you have then the disks not getting enough speed check in control pannel and Administrative Tools Computer Management then disk management and see if their there. hope this goes well

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