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RAID driver I unable to establish which RAID driver needed. Uses Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM v7.5.0.1017 ICH9R. NEC c5200-042 RD38xxxx..... Intel Chipset C33

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  • mike_rusling Jul 19, 2008

    This is a preinstall, no os disks, XP Pro.

    Machine does not have a floppy either.

    I have only just located a board tha appeas to have similar characteristics as the NEC dog I am working on. Hope that provides some sort of solution..

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Best way to set up raid is using a floppy drive . What are you trying to instal it on XP or Vista ? Vista has much better raid support than XP does

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