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Old 05-21-2012, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default Installing OS on RAID 0

I'd like to install Windows XP and 7 on a RAID 0 setup.

How would I go about doing this, as XP needs RAID drivers I think, how could I get these, or would I really only be able to instal W7, as I have no floppy drive.

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Old 05-21-2012, 09:28 AM   #2
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Default Re: Installing OS on RAID 0

There are ways around it that you can use - here for example.

However, for the sake of 10, you could just get a USB floppy drive - I have one lurking around for just these reasons (and it's useful if you have anything else on floppy you may want to look at again...)

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Default Re: Installing OS on RAID 0

If you're lucky, the Windows disk will preload the driver.

If not, your best bet is to put the driver on a USB floppy drive. Using the CD that came with the motherboard won't work in this case because Windows doesn't have a driver for the storage controller.
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