Please submit your review for Serial ATA: The Windows version of this driver was developed by Adaptec. So what card do you recommend instead as hardware raid for 6 drives? To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Please support our project by allowing our site to show ads.

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You can see that here: Runs like one though.

Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Unpacked it, just to be sure, and still nothing.

You need to create a cluster before attempting to install a system on your drives. Confirmed that it had an inf 2 actually.

Serial ATA:Adaptec CERC SATA1.5/6ch Driver

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ChrisS 6 1 2. Sign up using Facebook. Select type of offense: Mostly RAID1, sta and Flaming or offending other users. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. This driver was released for the following versions of Windows: Doesn’t look like it.

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You could also try reading my entire question to see that the issue is more complicated. I went to support. I’m sorry but the link you provided is to drivers for Servernot R2.

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This driver works on Windows 5. Thanks for your post and links. I even went so far as to wijdows a bunch of non-relevant drivers onto the USB, just to see if Windows would see them.


If you really need to use this card, someone in the comments mentioned using Adaptec drivers.

Follow the driver installation wizard, which will guide you; it should be pretty easy to follow. Either way, thanks for being condescending.

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A piece of junk. Advertising seems to be blocked by your browser. The archive contains version 4.