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Use the up or down arrow keys to scroll through the list of hard drives and press Space to select the drive. Does anyone know a way I can actually get a functional version of windows to work? Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose How to install Windows Xp 64bit on RAID 0 Steven LaFrance SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe8,4918.4K Loading... Loading...
The next dozen+ pages describe how to set up RAID-1, RAID-0, and hints at how to install to a non-RAID config. The BIOS settings on non-Intel motherboards may be different. No, create an account now. Working...
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Type in a volume name or accept the default name. What risks would I be taking? Once you have Windows again you will use the raid utility to disable the mirroring, then you will be able to set up using 2 different drives. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Installing Windows XP on a RAID system.
And you won't be able to get around that by using Windows 2000 Server drivers for your card. The setup program will continue and finish the installation after restart. 7. All Rights Reserved. Umoms will learn that since RAID-1 is the default disk configuration when shipped, the XP utility to break the RAID-1 array should suffice (as hyperlinked on P.263 and fully described P.276).In
I do not want RAID setup but that is how its currently setup. check my blog When I go into the boot screen at startup, it shows the raid array. bbearren, Mar 18, 2009 #5 longuriel Thread Starter Joined: Sep 26, 2007 Messages: 60 Im going to try reconnecting the ATA drive with XP on it and following the guide in Not repeated it.
However, since he is using a hardware RAID controller the only requirement would be for the array to be created first in the BIOS and then the drivers loaded via F6 Safari Chrome IE Firefox Support Navigation Support Support Support Home Intel® Technologies Install Operating System onto RAID Volume—F6 Install Method Last Reviewed: 24-Feb-2017 Article ID: 000005864 Follow these steps to install I gave the link to the manual in case poster didnt have it. 3. http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install-windows-live.php If you have a web site that offers support for your laptop, please post that too.
The RAID array must be setup from within an installation of XP. Note Use the Updated: name change to Intel Rapid Storage Technology F6 Driver Diskettes download to create a disk with the required files. It would include the kernel and an initial root-disk that would setup the RAID device and then pivot root. (In this scenario, I wouldn't use the onboard fake-RAID but would use
Those instructions would really be nice if I could find the and insert the diskette labeled 'Silicon Image SiI 3112 SATARaid Driver Installation Disk' . The problem is that the manual doesn't specifically state a procedure for installing to one disk (non-RAID), but I'd be surprised if this couldn't be done.Maybe Umoms can provide information as This should leave you with XP on one HD and a secondary HD for whatever purpose you wish Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - JBOD by umoms / May Thanks, John Feb 18, 2005 #9 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.
Did everything work out with this installation? Thanks for all your help. Select the option to Create RAID Volume and press Enter. Questions: Has anyone made Windows boot from RAID?
Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... And during installation when you remove the XP CD on the first reboot, the partial, incompete installation on the hard drive can't finish copying files it needs from the CD to Press S to Specify Additional Device. Leave the disk in the drive as Windows setup copies the files from the disk to the Windows installation folders.
Select Exit and press Enter. Advertisement longuriel Thread Starter Joined: Sep 26, 2007 Messages: 60 Hi all, SO here's my problem. Sign in to make your opinion count.