I’d use the official Adaptec drivers for W2K8. Wednesday, June 8, 2: That may not have been a result of the driver itself as it could have been the lack of cache memory for the array. Sunday, September 28, So, on IBM’s support site Had to dig around quite abit to get to this. Proposed as answer by mcampling Tuesday, March 23, 3: Friday, August 31, 5:
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Sorry to bring this back up, but I’ve tried all of these, and I’m having no luck whatsoever. Thursday, September 29, 3: Sunday, November 10, 7: Thursday, June 9, 3: You might also need other bits like. Windows Server ideally or Windows Server. Not an IT pro?
PCI\VEN_&DEV_D – AIC(B) U w/HostRAID | Device Hunt
I’ve since had it running since December and it has been fine. Just came back tonight to post my findings only to have you beat me to the punch.
Wednesday, March 24, 3: Sign in to vote. Links to the drivers can be found here: Monday, March 22, 6: Saturday, September 20, Thursday, April 1, Tuesday, Ai 16, 6: Just download the Windows 64bit driver from their site and copy to a flash drive Select the driver.
Although the Asus driver did work, the performance wasn’t acceptable rsid me. Monday, September 22, 8: I installed Windows Server R2 using the driver from Asus. Proposed as answer by FaneGaraj Monday, August 1, I was able to get it to work.
Setup Win2k8 on IBM x does not find raid drive
I’d use the official Adaptec raod for W2K8. Rather than admit defeat, I thought it was worth ago to install Windows from within Windows Server.
Remove From My Forums. It works well now. Can wic please give me a hint where to find the raid drivers? Thursday, August 2, By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Tuesday, March 23, 3: Maybe that can help if u got no floppy.
Adaptec SCSI Controller Aic-7902w PERC 320/dc N5694
I’m running into the same issue as most people have. This might be a very old thread. But, I use Windows Server Backup to create aif image which you should be able to use to restore onto another server should this happen provided you have all the necessary hardware drivers for the replacement server.
So, on IBM’s support site Had to dig around quite abit to get to this. But I have found a Solution for these Xic that aslo works.