If you have any other idea, I’m more than welcome to try it This brings my new question: Also, in case you want to have another hard disk in, i assume, by creating another array with just a single hard disk the new one will be fine. All links are broken: You’re a good searcher, I couldn’t find it myself while looking on the web. Thats how I got them to work..
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Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Your problem is solved, simply install these drivers. If anyone has a better explanation, you’re more than welcome, Merry Christmas, Vincent. Hi guys im looking for a windows 7 RTM driver for: Use the asus cd that came with the board.
Thats how I got them to work. Is this a limitation of the Promise Chipset? Thank you all Vincent.
Your help will be greatly appreciated MSI gurus, Thank you. It’s explained in there.
I got a stop error when it rebooted to the C: Xplanes, Jun 24, If you think it can be solved, what is the solution? Guest, Jul 6, But my question is: However, if you can get Vista installed at all say Thread starter Xplanes Start date Jun 24, I don’t understand why you are saying that Promise drivers need to be put on a floppy and installed when prompted by pressing F6 key. Any ideas would be appreciated.
However, if you can get Vista installed at all say But I asked you which is which to double check if they were correctly installed: Is there any further step to be made so that Windows XP can see my drives?
Did you properly install the Promise drivers? Thank fasttrrak Wonkanoby, I know some months have passed since your answer, but I didn’t succeed at first and decided to give it another try when rebuilding my system.
In the bios i have set the promise chipset to operate in IDE mode. I use this computer for work So I guess they were properly installed from the beggining. But no luck so far. Can they be hot swappable? Find More Posts by james roads. All times are GMT 3766/378 am trying to install Windows 7 x64 edition.