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I have been trying to install winxp sp3 on a raid5 array that i built with a promise tx 4310 raid card. The array is fine but when install the os it odes not recognize the array. SO I used nlite to streamline the drivers in but still no success any suggestions.
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by:ullmanneric
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I think I found it appears the driver was corrupted. re downloaded the file and it appears to be working. Will Keep everyone posted.

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When you press F6 to load drivers during setup do they load properly? If not then your guess with bad driver is correct.
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