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Problem with installing WinXP-64 on a raid atached to the sil

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Moin,

i 've a problem installing WinXP on a Raid-5 on atached to the Sil Controller

I integrated the Raid-5 Driver on the disk but it doesnt see any drives (my old windows with the same drivers sees the drives) instead only my old HDD on the NV-Port is shown.

 

Does anybody know another Txtmode driver for the installation period?

 

PS:

i dont have a floppy drive so cut the F6 thing.... :P;)

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shure

 

once again the drivesare working fine under a windows installed on a sata HDD on the NV controller....but this drive wont be around for much longer so i gotta install a windows on the Raid5 Drives

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Title is confusing as I am not sure if you are trying to install Win XP x64 Edition or the x86 Edition.

There are different drivers for the RAID 5 and standard RAID 0 on the SIl Image website.

Also need to ensure the right settings is selected for the Sil Image control in bios.

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OK just to clear some things up:

 

-I want to install Win-XP 64 bit ( i thougt the title would clear that out)

-I Slipstreamed the 1.4.3.0 version of the drivers posted above

-The settings in the bios should be right because the drives work under an windows installation on a drive atached to the NV Controller (look at sig) wich hast the drivers(for raid5) installed

 

Sorry if i wasn't quite clear on that

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so.. i tried to install WinVista 64 on that thing AND IT WORKED!

downside is That my Sound doesn't work under vista and its quite unstable...

 

so i still need that XP-64 install..... does anyone has another idea where the problem can lie?

 

is there perhaps a special prog for integrating drivers into the win-xp -64 cd? (i already tried Nlite)

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Use the windows update in Vista x64 and it will find the Bforce Audio Driver for you.

 

Spend 5-10 dollars on a floppy drive and save yourself some time and aggravation

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i consider the flopppy technology outdated....even my 486 had a zipdrive that was faster and more flexible...

 

but i had no choice but to buy one.... now it works

 

@Soundx98

My vista doesnt find any drivers with the auto update do you know how to get those damn audigy 2 work under vista -64?

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