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Integrating Drivers

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I've done a bit of searching "integrating drivers, slipstream, etc..." but I couldn't find it so here I am to ask for some help.

 

I find it increasingly annoying to even put in a floppy drive. Alas, one failed on me and I decided NOT to buy a floppy.

 

I need to do a fresh install of Win XP and I need help from 'yall to either

 

1. Guide me through the steps or

2. Point me in the right direction

 

in how to integrate the latest drivers (especially the RAID) Lanparty nF4 Ultra (modded to SLI).

 

Thank you for your help DFI gods!

 

=)

 

 

edit edit!!!

Oh, BTW... My BIOS is 704-2BT. Is there "improved" BIOS(s) out there?

 

Thanks...

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I'm assuming your boot drive is the Raptor and you don't need RAID divers. If so put the drivers on the 250GB drive and install from there.

 

Slipstreaming the drivers works well when it works. One little mix up during the integration can cause all kinds of stability problems later thats really difficult to track down.

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Yeah, the boot drive is the raptor... It's in RAID 0. Two 36 GB Raptors... So I do need the RAID driver. I always used the floppy to "load" the drivers.

 

BTW Thank you for such a quick reply.

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Thanks... Would I need to update my bios?

 

thanks.

 

no, just follow that guide exactly, it worked for me made the install painless (and again a 2nd time after installing a new cpu and reformatting)

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