It sounds like no array exists. Remove From My Forums. If I made a mistake in installing the Adaptec driver would someone please tell me how to correct the problem. No, no need to enter the mobo BIOS and change the boot order. I’ve just received further info from Adaptec support team – and they almost conclude that my problem lies in the vodeocard I’m using. So maybe the guy at Adaptec support is right after all – he told me that the problem could be the BIOS of my video card conflicted wkith the BIOS of the Adaptec card – but as you can see from another post in this long thread – a guy from UK has almost the same system setup as I doo – the same video card, the same Adaptec R card and alomst the same Asus board my board is newer in fact – and he had no problem setting it all up the right way!
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I hope I’m slowly but steadily going towards the 39230 to my problem – as I were saying earlier on, I’m a very stubborn guy – and I would have no problem using my notebook for a month, while trying to solve my problem – if possible 8O.
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I hope you have a solution to my problem – you may be my only chance – otherwise I’ll have to adptec this adaptec R scsi controller and purchase 3932 more costly LSI mega raid controller or not run with scsi raid 0 at all.
Or sign in with one of these services. When there is a bootable disk in the CD drive, a message should come up saying hit a key to boot from CD.
Adaptec SCSI 29320/39320
I need help desperately! But I must admit that things is beginning to look a bit frustrating for me Sorry I forgot to ask you: I’m pretty experienced PC builder and seem to have run into a very irritating problem.
Did you also have to have the Adaptec drives on seperate floppies which you had to insert during the win xp installation hitting [F6] during win xp installation start up? LOL notebook tell you what Register a adapteec account.
The BIOS display during startup shows the controller and the connected drives. It’s impossible for me to find a way which will get me past the scsi bios load with out starting the win xp pro installation from scratch.
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Sign in with Twitter. As boggsie suggested, remove the CD while the rebooting countdown thing is going at the end of the text based XP setup.
Great features and good sound, but fills a narrow niche Great features and good sound, but fills a narrow niche by Ty Pendlebury. At the end of this file-copy process, win addaptec promts me to once again insert the two disks with the adaptec R drivers the host raid and normal scsi drivers for win xp.
Yeahhh I hope so too – I’m actually opening my first bottle of Carlsberg beer right now I’ve just received further info from Adaptec support team – and they almost conclude that my problem lies in the vodeocard I’m using. Posted April 11, So in my view there must be a conflict between the mother board BIOS and the Adaptec R BIOS – but why the xl can the win xp installation program then identify the RAID 0 drive in the first part of the installation process the one where I have to choose the drive in which win xp shall install on and then NTFS format it – but is not able to do so after it has rebboted for the first time – it must be a kind of conflict – may be a IRQ conflict or a sharing PCI slot conflict Already have an account?
Thursday, January 16, I’ll have to dig in hard You can also install the Adaptec software on your computer and be able to see how it is currently set up as well. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook.
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If I made a mistake in installing the Adapyec driver would someone please tell me how to correct the problem. I’d rather wait and use my slowish notebook for a month – and work on my terminator pc RAID 0 system adn get it to work finally 8. Now when XP setup does it’s first reboot, don’t hit a key, let it boot from the hard drives.
I’ll try it later tonight Typically, and I could be wrong about this, you want to also update adptec drivers such as the Chipset which the SCSI card may be plugged into as on onboard device which will also be needed in order for the SCSI drives to be seen.
I recently installed a new Motherboard in an existing system and installed Windows 7 Pro on it instead of Windows XP Pro that I had on the previous motherboard. We break it down.