Go the the manufacturer's website and search for you specific model in their online support page. There should be something there to download.
Driversguide.com has most every driver in existence. You can search there for you specific driver and download it for free after obtaining a free membership.
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Re: SCSI and RAID controller
It's a bit difficult to help you when you provide NO INFORMATION. what kind of controller- chipset? manufacturer? motherboard manufacturer? What are you trying to do with it ETC. PLEASE be thorough- a quick little "find me drivers" in the generic section does us no good without any information
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You may need raid controller driver for HP proliant ml 350. Copy raid controller driver in flopy disc, insert it in flopy drive, insert cd in cd driver, boot server from cd and start installation process, as soon as you see Press F6 if you need to install third party scsi drivers or raid controller, press F6 and follow the instruction. It will then ask you to select RAID driver file and then will continue to windows xp installation.
Visit the motherboard manufacturers website for the drivers you need. Even if you don't use the RAID function the hardware is still built on the motherboard and you will need the drivers for windows to communicate with the hardware correctly. You might also find the drivers on the "Driver" CD that came with the motherboard.
first you need to prepare the scsi drives ie host raid adapter scsi drivers are server raid cotroller 6 scsi drivers by using the serevr raid support cd dikettitools proper os drivers to floppy and boot with widows cd at the time starting boot press f6 to specify the scsi drivers then all scsi hdd will detect for installatio.
load the software driver for this card then open the window of this software by opening it from program files , you would see help on this soft ware . select raid 1, else is done auto .you must have minimum two drives to make a raid
You can right click on it and either roll back the driver or update. Usually if you go to www.update.microsoft.com you can search for updates. Always choose custom install so you can see what it is installing. Let me know what happens seth
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.
my guess is no but since i haven't dealt with this type of server i'm going to suggest you go to hp.
if you just goto hp.com and search on live chat and a link will come up.. they should be able to help unless it's too old since i'm not sure what generation we are on now..