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Can i load windows xp without using raid driver

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That depends on how you want to set up your system. If you want multiple hard-drives to work together as one, yes, you will need to load RAID drivers during startup. If you do not want multiple hard-drives to act as one large hard-drive then no, you will not need to load RAID drivers during startup.

I would not recommend loading RAID drivers if you only have one hard-drive. RAID is for two or more hard-drives in the same computer.

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