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I recently upgraded my school server computer from 32 bit window xp to 64 bit window7. After that my raid drives were not detected. My raid drives are AMCC 9650SE-8LPML model, though. I think I need to find a 3ware raid controller driver. However, I couldn't find a suitable driver program for Window 7 (64 bit) from the web. Would you help me how to solve the problem?

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Supposedly, there are no additional drivers required. Windows 7 should be able to use it by default:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/Windows-7/en-us/Details.aspx?type=Hardware&p=3ware%209650SE-8LPML%20RAID%20Controller&v=3ware&uid=&pf=2&pi=8&c=Graphics%20Cards%20%26%20Components&sc=Other%20Components&os=32-bit

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