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I don't see my RAID drives after reinstalling Vista 32

My vista crashed and I already reinstalled it, but can not connect to the RAID drives (system is on IDE disk). I mean it is connected, but I don't see it in "my Computer", but could see it on "disk Management", where it was "dynamic disk, offline". Then I install newest drivers from nvidia, but now it won't show up even in "disk management", only when booting and in "computer management". How can I connect my RAID drives?
Raid is set up on nForce 570 SLI, and windows on JMicron JMB363 Serial ATA (IDE mode)

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Usually, you have to install the raid drivers during Vista installation , not after. have the device that has the raid drivers on it plugged in when you install Vista, then when you're asked the LOAD DRIVERS option, click load drivers. This will install the raid drivers prior to Vista OS installation.

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