How do I install windows 2000 on hp proliant ml150 G3 server Sata Raid?

Posted on 2009-04-19
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
I have enabled sata raid on my hp proliant ml150 g3 server, the problem is i dont have the drivers cd, i have downloaded sata raid drivers from hp and made a floppy disk, but windows 2000 can not find storage device or hdd besides loading drivers. how can i find appropriate drivers for my server from hp site.
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    Boot off the SmartStart CD as well to make it a bit easier to configure the OS installation.

    The Smart Start CD can be downlaoded from HP

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    I have figured it out so thanks for your contribution.
    It would be too late if i waited for your solutions.
    However non of the above solution works.
    I have embedded the HP embedded storage controller drivers in to win2k cd so it can load it at startup
    and its done,

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