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Slipstreaming Raid Drivers?

I sometimes have Raided Server 2003 servers (hardware raid) that I need to crack the password. Specifically the OS is Mirrored and UBCD does not work.

I was wondering how or with what tool I can use to slipstream the F6 Raid Drivers into the existant UBCD CD?

So far I heard of two. Autostreamer and Nlite

Will one of these work?
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imitchieCommented:
NLite will work better. Just follow the steps from the web site, hasn't failed on me yet
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snyderkvAuthor Commented:
NLite looks like it only works with operating systems. Can I use any CD I wanted?

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imitchieCommented:
yes, any OS CD. it removes the stock scsi/raid drivers and puts in only what you specify. just google for it, should turn up with plenty of references
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snyderkvAuthor Commented:
Imitchie:

Sorry to question this again but you just sayd yes any OS CD. I specifically asked if it had to be an OS CD. UBCD is not an OS it's a password cracking CD that I need to slipstream raid drivers in.

Sorry for the confustion. I will wait for your response
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imitchieCommented:
Sorry for not being clear, I consider the UBCD an OS disk (or at least bootstrapped enough to get into UI), so the answer is yes, you can.
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snyderkvAuthor Commented:
Thanks

I actually bought winkey for $100 bucks and cracked it that way. Took just a few minutes.

Thanks
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