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You need a floppydisk including the Driver for the SCSI or Sata drive - Depending which HD You are using. If the controller is in motherboard You will find the driver from motherboard webpages. If it's a separate controller card - You will find it from it's web pages. XP doesn't support too well sata if it's not the XP SP3 version media. You may need to change the sata to compatibility IDE mode to get it up and running.
The DX-WGDTC adapter is not compatible with Windows Vista. It was designed to work with Windows 98 through Windows XP. However, you can try to use it with a Windows Vista system. What will happen a lot of times is that the router will provide basic functionality but it may display some quirks, or it may drop the connection occasionally.
You can get a decent Wireless-G adapter for $30 or so, so you're probably better off just buying a Vista-compatible adapter, but if you already have this one, might as well see if it will work!
I suspect that you have already rebooted the computer with the card reader in place. If not, give that a try, this will cause Windows to load the drivers at startup, rather than as a plug and play device.
Also, you may wish to check the card reader manufacturers website for an updated XP driver.
you need a driver for the scsi controller not the drive. If the drive is attached to the motherboard directly the driver for xp will be on the IBM site for the model number of your computer. If the drive is attached to a raid card you need to get the drivers for the cards manufactuers site you dont need to pay anyone.
That particular work station comes with both IDE and SCSI drive interface controllers. The IDE drive should be used for your OS. The SCSI drives for your data storage. Now, the issue is to get the SCSI to work in RAID_0 as I understand.
You iwll need a RAID controller such as Adaptec AHA-3940AU WD SCSI Host Controller, which may be found on eBay (used) for a very affordable price. The driver software may be downloaded directly from Adaptec, so I suggest you do that in the iterim peroid, and store drivers on a USB thumb drive.