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I have installed a sata dvd writer TSS Corp on to my jetway a350dms motherboard . It is being detected in the bios on bootup but is not being detected in windows XP. I have checked the device manager and there is no reference to the rom at all. It is showing that I need to install the raid driver but xp wont let me install these. regards Geoff

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Hi, you can download the right driver from here:

http://www.jetway.com.tw/jw/motherboard_view.asp?productid=52&proname=A350DMS

You maybe have to disable the firewall
when you install the driver.
Do you have the latest sevice packs installed ???
If not, run windows update.

If there is a jumper on the drive it must be set as slave.
I can`t se if your mainboard has a sata connection.

Hope this will help you.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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