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nvidia scsi raid controller problem


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jbraun13

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i had to reinstall all of my nvidia drivers but now whenever i reboot my system it say that it found new hardware which is my nvidia scsi raid controller, i go to install the drivers, it finds the drivers and proceeds to install, then after the install is done it says there was an error installing it. i put in the nvidia cd it came with and reinstalled everything but it still won't work. what do i do?
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Did you delete the card from device manager before reinstalling the driver?
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no i didnt
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Delete the card from device manager and restart your machine. Let windows look for a driver and install it.
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ok i did that and it found the drivers. it again installs it but right after the install it sayss there was a problem with the installation..
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does the message give you any other information about the installation?
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i ended up reinstalling windows xp and all of my drivers, started fresh. and it solved my problem. thanks for all of ur help.
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