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LSI Logic j6 PCBX520-A2 Driver for windows 2000 server

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Im installing Windows 2000 server and i need the Driver for LSI Logic PCBX520-A2 SCSI driver
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But that is for XP pro and i need it for 2000 Server will they be backwards compatible
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Yes..you can try once.
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