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Sohrab SandhuRe: Windows 7 Installer not recognising SATA drive
by on Jun 1, 2012 at 10:08:23 pm

[Steve Modica] " Can you just remove the raid card? Not much point in raiding a single disk. :)"

Yes I could do that, but that would mean backing up some odd 350Gb data lying on the other partition first.

I tried downloading the RAID drivers for windows 7 and load them via USB during windows installation but alas that too did not work :( There is a workaround for this (by going into BIOS settings) but that is just for PC.

Do macs have anything similar to BIOS settings in PC?



Sohrab

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