If there are multiple choices, select the correct drivers to integrate. I will update(post) tomorrow, once I done it !! Top quality tutorial, and it worked a treat. Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware Storage HELP Can't Install raid drivers without a floppy? his comment is here
Reply With Quote 10-27-11,12:16 AM #13 TiZakit View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date Dec 2010 Location Doylestown, Ohio Do you have any air moving over that part of the I've read through the PDF manual from the Adaptec site and it doesn't have an explanation of how to install drivers without a floppy. Copy F6 Floppy Driver files from your hardware vendor (*.inf, *.sys, *.cat, *.oem) into C:\create_floppy_image\f6floppy Run C:\create_floppy_image\create_floppy_image.cmd and make sure there are no error messages. I'm gonna fix it" Me Being Crowd "He's gonna fix it, he's gonna fix it!" THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH, and Thank god for that windows iso and Virtualbox installed :) Reply
You'll need to have an XP CD or the source files contained on one stored on your hard drive, the floppy SATA/RAID driver which can be downloaded from the motherboard manufacturer's Just D, Feb 5, 2010 #1 Advertisements Seth Guest "Just D" <> wrote in message news:8d1bn.151543$... > Does anyone have experience instaling Windows 7 with additional drivers > and no floppy, At Task Selection, click Drivers and Bootable ISO.
find a cure. If you use RAID on the Marvell controller, the mobo CD/DVD should have the drivers on it. I would not mind donating. Usb Floppy Drive That's true, but I tried to switch Windows 7 to start using RAID configuration and failed.
That's just thiderastic." -txus.palacios "Clouds are silent, cold, and wet. How To Install Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver Windows 7 LutfijOct 3, 2010, 4:05 AM thanks for the quick reply bro,i've already installed windows 7 on my rig, but i'd like to use the raid features for data other than the Next you need to specify where the Windows XP installation files are. check these guys out Reply DarkeKun 8 years ago Very easy to understand, and do, hehe, even i could do it, and that says alot :) Reply Jarmo 8 years ago great help for me,
I just wanted to avoid any surprises. Seth, Feb 6, 2010 #2 Advertisements Just D Guest Hi Seth! >> Does anyone have experience instaling Windows 7 with additional drivers >> and no floppy, say, to the RAID array? F6 Driver Install Windows 7 Sanzib posted Jul 27, 2017 Cursor Jumps to the Start of text on Desktop Lexi posted Jul 26, 2017 Loading... Intel Rapid Storage Technology F6 Driver Server has USB ports and DVD drive.
It really helps me much. http://directoryhint.com/windows-7/install-gigabyte-raid-drivers-windows-7.php thanks. Don't like looking out dirty windows? foscooterOct 3, 2010, 4:54 AM With that motherboard, you still can run RAID on the ICH9R chipset, even if you already have your other drives running. Nlite
And by the way, good luck for you all. very easy to understand thanks Reply dd 7 years ago very good, thank dude..for your information :D Reply surda 7 years ago man you saved me! I had downloaded the driver's from the Adaptec website for my operating system Windows 7 64 bit and since it was an exe file I thought I could run it and weblink Stay logged in Sign up now!
This is realy very usefull.Windows xp is the best operating system. Reply MishimaSan 9 years ago Excellent blog mate - I've just put it in my favorites. Make sure Textmode driver is the selected mode and to choose the exact type of hardware chipset in your system.
All I have to work with is this unzipped file from the Adaptec's site. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? No, create an account now. That's just thiderastic." -txus.palacios "Clouds are silent, cold, and wet.
the best tutor in my life! I know XP had this problem, is that > fixed and we could use USB or some other swapped CD with drivers? LutfijOct 3, 2010, 5:03 AM hey there! check over here Windows versions before Vista can only read those drivers from a floppy disk.
Reply Joe 8 years ago Hi.Everyone.