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I need to install drivers on new SCSI card on 2000 server.

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I have a 2000 server that had the SCSI card go out.  I replaced it with one that I had on Hand.  The card is an Adaptec 29320A SCSI card.   When I go to boot up it starts to bring up the Windows screen adn then goes to the blue screen saying that it can not find an accesable boot device.  I know that I need to install the drivers for it.  What is the simplest way to load the drivers for the new SCSI card so it can continue booting up and actually install the new driver?
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