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"Enter RAID Utility" isn't needed when booting up


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Denisejm

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I have a floppy drive so I placed the file on it. After it downloaded to the floppy, nothing happened.

Also, I have yellow question marks in Device Manager for several Maxtor One Touch II ext hdds. I used the installation disk, which basically just installed Retrospect, and it still shows that there is no driver for them, but they work fine.

Edited by Denisejm, 03 June 2008 - 10:38 AM.

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when you disconnect the external drives and boot, do you get the same problem?
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I haven't checked but it's been that way since I changed from a 32-bit os to x64.
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I downloaded the "Make VIA RAID Driver Disk V5.01beta for Windows 2000XPXP 64bit" file and saved it to a folder on my C drive. I opened it. The only other option besides "Make Disk" is "ASUS Setup." I'm processing some files right now so I'll try it tomorrow morning.
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