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Ok folks,
   I have a system with a raid 5 set up on 3 hard drives....windows xp media center,  sata raid controller on mother board...
Here is the issue...
the system locks on boot... seems to be a corrupted registry.... I want to recover the registry (I know how to do this) BUT, when I run the xp-disks repair console i cant see the drive(s)... I know I need to load the raid driver however I don't know which one to run or how to find it.... I believe it is running off the mother board... it is a biostar tfource 590 sli.

What I need to know is where do I find the driver for this and what is the procedure for loading it...???

thanks for the help
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1) The driver should be on the motherboard CD, or available for download from the Biostar site.

I hope this helps !
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thanks for the help....I thought it wasn't on the CD... It was it was inside an archived file....
That worked the system is back on it's feet...

Thanks again
<HawgPig~
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