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RAID Driver pc gets restarted after showin a blue screen "Dumping physical memory"...i got to knw frm the log file that my RAID driver is not do i install it....i have tried the mother board cd but in vain....I have a MSI MotherBoard

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  • nezam Oct 19, 2007

    This is nezam

    I have the Original cd

    But My System does not detect the installshield file,,,i have SATA hard disk...i dunno if i have problem with my RAM...but lemme be sure...can u tell me how to install RAID???

  • nezam Oct 19, 2007

    i dunno i have prob wid ma RAM but i m sure abt the RAID Driver Prob

    I have The Original Cd

    But my system Does not detect the req Install Shield the autoplay screen all other drivers are shown installed...but it does not talk abt RAID...Plz Help!



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It can happent for 2 reason :

1) You have a problem with RAM MEMORIE OR

2) U need to install driver for HDD ( raid driver )


U should olso dust Power Suply and Cooler onto procesor!

To install Raid driver u need to have ORIGINAL CD OFF MOTHER BOARD .If u haven't tell me i will help u!

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