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Thursday, June 09, 3: I did actually find these drivers a couple of weeks ago, works like a darn for me. Windows Server ideally or Windows Server. This might be a very old thread.
Tuesday, December eaid, 9: I know this is a very old thread, but since I came across this thread looking for this exact same answer I figured someone else might too.
Best part – Windows Server R2 had built in drivers Does anybody manage to install Windows Server Standard 64 Bit on that maschine? Tuesday, September 23, 9: Rather than admit defeat, I thought it was worth ago to install Windows from within Windows Server.
So, on IBM’s support site Had to dig around quite abit to get to this. None of the above solutions did the trick, and the drives still was not detected in the installation process.
Thursday, April 01, I’d use the official Adaptec drivers for W2K8. Sign in to vote. I’m trying to install Server 64x on my x with AIC raid and I can’t seem to find a suitable driver.
I was able to get it to work. Links to the drivers can be found here: This worked like a champ on my W2K8r2 build!
Sunday, September 28, The installation started for W R2 64bit. Hi, just want to add raif comment, yes, the adatec windows driver worked for me as well.
I have been messing with this way too long. They went so far as to state: I hope this is useful to someone! You might also need other bits like.
IBM eServer xSeries / Server Create and Delete RAID Disk Array | Ri Xu Online
I don’t know if you absolutely HAVE to do this, probably not, but if you intend to use the server in a rair environment, I would recommend it. Thursday, September 29, 3: I know this is an old thread but it still may be of use to somebody. Sorry to bring this back up, but I’ve tried all of these, and I’m xsdries no luck whatsoever. Maybe that can help if u got no floppy.