Can you please give me a hint where to find the raid drivers? Thursday, June 9, 3: You can check the status with StorMan closed source. But what about the master setting? Visit the following links: Proposed as answer by FaneGaraj Monday, August 1, At any rate it is a solution if you want to stick with the Adaptec controller.
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Wednesday, March 24, 3: I found that looked like a probable solution. If you need to reset your password, click here. I was able to get it to work. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Sunday, November 10, 7: A few months ago we purchased a Supermicro 2U server.
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You can check the status with StorMan closed source. Tuesday, December 28, 9: Any comments on how to improve that?
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge hlstraid to proceed with system and network administration. I’m running into the same issue as most people have. Thursday, August 2, Check for status of Serial ports in any language?
Friday, June 29, 8: Join our community today! Remove From My Forums. I’d use the official Adaptec drivers for W2K8. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. I read somewhere this can cause bus hoostraid and stuff, and is not received well by raid controllers. Although the Asus driver did work, the performance wasn’t acceptable hosgraid me. I did actually find these drivers a couple of weeks ago, works like a darn for me.
SCSI Adapter – Adaptec – Adaptec AIC-7902B HostRAID driver Computer Driver Updates
My hardware supplier insists both channels behave separately and I can add the device safely. Thursday, April 1, I know this is an old thread but it still may be of use to somebody.
Sign in to vote. Tuesday, March 23, 3: It may require the Raid controller or hard drive driver. But, I use Windows Server Backup to create an 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.
All the links above do not seem to work. I hope this is useful to someone!
DriverZone.com: The place to find device driver updates.
I’d previously used it as a temporary Exchange server to migrate from one which was about to die. It also recognizes my tape drive. I then got it to do a fresh install, and within there must be hostraidd for my particular Raid card, as it installed perfectly first time.