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Getting event id error 7026 for scm and

bob733 asked
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09

Getting event id 7026 error for source : service Control Manager with the symbolic name
The description says "The following boot-start or system-start drivers(s) failed to load: nvraid

I clicked for more information and it siaid to verify thea the drivers (I guess nvraid) are configured correctly and
verigy that the computer is running the most current version of the drivers.

I should say that I have 3 monitors.  One is being driven by the nvidia card that came with the machine, and the other is another nvidia card driving two other monitors.

Can anyone tell me what is wrong, and how I can fix this and then go on to the next 500 point question>
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NVRAID id the raid controller comes with NFORCE mobo.
it seems that you have some issues with it.


I went to both of these urls and see nothing that pertains to my problem.... what am i missing here?
you do have NFORCE mobo,right?

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I called dell.  I found out this is to control a raid 2 disk configuration and the error was occuring because I elected not to go with a raid.  so problem really is not a problem.

any way, what i was tring to point out is that this is not display adapter but RAID controler issue.


appreciate the help..; and gave you the points for it.. thanks

you welcome!
and thank you...
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