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Also, Vista supports reading RAID drivers from USB stick, so I suggest -
- putting drivers on USB
- booting Vista installation disk
- loading the RAID drivers
- selecting Repair option..
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post #12 of 13
So, SuppA-SnipA was right about doing a file copy. Apparently even though I provided the drivers to run the installation, after the first reboot of the install it was still attempting to use the 32 bit drivers from the installation. To resolve, I saved the 64bit drivers to another drive I had in the system (D: drive), booted with the install CD, and via the command prompt from the Repair Installation option (small letters below Install), I copied the 64bit jraid.sys driver to the c:\\windows\\system32\\drivers directory. As an FYI, the 32bit driver is 80K and the 64bit is 93K. All is good!!!
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Sorry, did not read elfy's his way was the right direction as well....Unfortunately with the repair option only, it kept "repairing" by installing the 32bit drivers...
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