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Problem installing RAID drivers

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  1. nflesher87

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    Hey guys, system info on left

    so I'm installing XP and I have the RAID drivers on a floppy and all
    got through where you select the drivers and there's 2 listed:

    that's exactly what it says on the screen
    I'm assuming I need to install both since they say required (there's no info on biostar's site)
    when I try both it continues to load files and then when it gets to "Setup is starting Windows" it just sits there and goes nowhere though the HDD light is lit solid the whole time
    I've tried them each individually and here's the result:
    raid class driver gives me the BSOD drive error after "setup starts windows"
    the storage controller results in the same stalemate
    I'd say that means it's the storage controller then, but what is the deal with the huge stalemate???

    has anyone else experienced this?

    thanks for the help :respect:
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    update, I've let it sit for about 20 mins now and still nothing...
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    try cleaning the install CD from the inside center to the outside ..using straight lines from center to the outside.Maybe the disk is quirky...I had one that looked clean as a whistle but and a simular issue I cleaned with cottom cloth and wala good as gold!
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    didn't help :(

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