The Mother Board Motherboards. I had that same card in several iterations of Win2K3 servers, but never as a boot drive. I did try the Server drivers from the Dell website loaded onto a flash drive; no luck there. You will probably almost certainly have to supply drivers during the initial graphical portion of the reinstallation, since without drivers it’s unlikely that you will even be presented with the option for reinstallation at the appropriate point. But the GB hdd will not boot.
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RAID 0 works as configured.
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Free tech support, motherboard ID, and more. Wednesday, March 25, 6: You will probably almost certainly have to supply drivers during the initial graphical portion of the reinstallation, since without drivers swta unlikely that you will even be presented with the option for reinstallation at the appropriate point.
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Fill in your details below or click an cerx to log in: The card is made by Adaptec, they may have had something. When WHS is setup fully you can get rid of the floppy. It is not a Porsche Boxter!
Saturday, December 22, 2: Knowing now that Device Manager was able to load the driver via Windows Update, perhaps there is a driver on Microsoft.
That gives me 5 drive bays to add data. I had that same card in several iterations of Win2K3 servers, but never as a boot drive. I’m not on the WHS team, I just post a lot. If that fails, try this method: Runs like one though.
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It’s not the network switch – I’ve tried three NICs so it’s not that. Sign in to vote. After about 20 seconds of Mbps transfer speed the speed drops down to 10 or slower Mbps and it takes 4 hours to transfer only a few gigabytes.
First option did not work. Tuesday, March 24, 4: Thanks for your post and links. Has anyone tried one of these removable drive bay systems for the storage backup? WHS storage manager works better when the OS drive is the same size as the biggest drive. Stick in the floopy and load all drivers – there may be two or more – load them all Setup continues and needs to reboot – pop out the floppy and let it reboot and then put the floppy back in.
At that time I just got the standard “hardware found” dialog box. Users browsing this forum: Although everything is working I have a weird problem with transferring files to the machine. Yet to some people I still know nothing Any Thoughts from some of you seasoned pro’s out there? Try the above driver and load it from a pendrive when asked.
The best I can suspect, as perhaps grast was thinking, is that the drivers aren’t Windows certified. I did not try the XP drivers, but as Colin mentioned, it’s been my past experience that the Server drivers should work. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
Typically I use the hardware not software RAID card that the manufacturer recommends and ships the server with, like the H line for Dells.
If you wanted the card to perform, you needed to go grab the adaptec drivers and mod 1.5 to work very easily done.