Trying to install Windows 2003 Server on SS6014H-T with 4 300 GB SATA drives on a Marvell (Adaptec) 4-port controller. Downloaded the drivers from SuperMicro used F6 option to load the drivers during Windows install and got error message saying that no hard disks were found.
Setup a RAID 5 array using the BIOS utility but Windows just does not see it - any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Here is info from the server manual regarding SATA:
A Marvell SATA controller is integrated into the X6DHR-TG to provide a four-port
Serial ATA subsystem, which is RAID 0, 1 and 10 supported. The ICH5R South
Bridge of the chipset also includes a Serial ATA controller that supports two
SATA ports (RAID 0 and 1 supported). The Serial ATA drives are hot-swappable
Finally realized I was loading the wrong drivers, I needed to load drivers for the RAIDCore BC4452 Controller - of course those drivers were not easy to find, but finally got them from DotHill and everything
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