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Can't create RAID

I bought MSI X58 Platinum. When I try create RAID Using Pre-Installation the F6 Method, at first all right, but after formatting HDD during instalation , Win XP want disk A: with mark Intell Matrix Storage Manager. Although diskette with RAID drivers still pitting in drive. What's probllem?

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It sounds like you have created an install disk. It also sounds like you pressed F6 to install additional drivers. Your install disk probably has 2 drivers on it. You must install them separately. So--you will have to tell the install program twice to install each driver in turn. Once you do that, it should work.

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