If you have another box to use, download the Automated Installation Kit
(AIK) and use the System Image Manager to inject your RAID drivers.
During setup call the unattended.xml from a USB stick. This is actually a
very easy process and works great.
EMC Microsoft Practice
"Bhavin Mistry" <BhavinMistry@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> hello all.
> i've just recently upgraded my chip and mobo and am trying to install
> ultimate 64 on my 2 wd raptors in raid 0. i am able to set up the raid 0
> using the mobo's embedded raid drivers. i also flashed the bios with the
> most updated version. upon installing vista, i get to the point where i
> to select the drive for installation. my raid isn't showing up. i've
> using the most recent raid drivers from my mobo as vista gives me the
> to look for updates on disk.
> this is my computer set up:
> amd 64 fx-62 windsor 2.8 am2 duel core
> m2r32-mvp v.0804 mobo
> 4gb ddr2 800 corsair ram
> wd raptor x2 in raid 0
> ati x1800xt in crossfire (not that i can set them up atm)
> sb x-fi xtreme music
> thanks for any and all help!