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Where does Vista 64bit store Raid Drivers?

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Where does Vista Home Premium 64bit store Raid Drivers in the Windows Directory?
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%systemroot%\System32\Drivers
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what raid controller?
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It is actually a function of the driver.

If you know the name of the driver, then run regedit and search for that string.  You'll have multiple hits but keep pressing next and you'll eventually see where it saves it.
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