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help me with Intel Application Accelerator Driver

Posted on 2003-10-31
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Hello i have a 120 GB Seagate SATA HDD, i want to install that Intel Applications Accelerator but it ask me to configure S-ATA as RAID mode and connected one RAID HDD. wat's that and how do i do that? Thanks
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by:Huseyin1
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Hi

the programe is saying you have more than one HDD, is this correct, it recomends moving your raid HDD, basically itis asking you to open your case and physically move HDD around.

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by:ThangNhocNgayXua
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no i only have one SATA HDD
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by:philby11
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It sounds like you have downloaded the RAID version of Intel Applications Accelerator.
try this link for the standard edition
http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df-external/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=663
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by:ThangNhocNgayXua
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:(( it said imcopatible hardware, maybe it because of my new Pen 4 2.4c Ghz bus 800 CPU. i think they didn't support it yet
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well something is going wrong, something is incompatable because you are getting faulse readings/info, just ignor the message from the programe.

take care now.

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by:Callandor
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Do you actually need the IAA?  I don't think it practically contributes anything to the running of your applications.
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I totally agree with
Comment from Callandor
Date: 10/31/2003 08:00AM PST  Comment  

Do you actually need the IAA?  I don't think it practically contributes anything to the running of your applications.
 
Both my son and I downloaded and installed this program and
rather than speeding things up it actually slowed everything down as far as both myself and son were concerned and we
have both uninstalled it.  We both have Dell 4 4300, Pent 4
XP Home Ed with with 512 SDRAM
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