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Adaptec 29160n vista support issue

I have tried to install vista home premium 64 bit on a new pc using my two previous hard drives both are maxtors connected through a adaptec 29160n scsi controller card. Setup would stall at expanding files so i tried an ide drive no problems at all, i have then tried to transfer files from one of the larger scsi drives onto vista (the ide drive) and it completly stalls vista a file as small as 256kb wouldn't even transfer.
Has anyone come across this and have they fixed it

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Vista has a major issue with allowing even the admin to move and transfer files and folders.
I have run across a fix that helped me gain more control, but you probable need to get drivers for Vista from the scsi controler card manufacturer.
and for the drives.
Vista is a terribly restrictive OS.
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