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Win 7 SAS drives

Posted on 2011-02-23
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This is got to be an easy question...

when installing XP on SAS drives, you gotta hit F6 and install the SAS drivers...

Win 7...does it automatically install the SAS driver...Does Win 7 even NEED a SAS driver...???
When I install Win 7 on SATA drives, I have never seen any kind of option to install another HD driver like in XP...

How do I handle this...???
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on install there is a splash screen as if you were to format the drives. just before if you do no get an option to format etc the drive you will click load driver, and load dvd/cd usb etc... which ever applies to load drivers for the sas drives.
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