I mean if LSI for instance makes a newer revision of a card, it could theoretically still be compatible with an older controller’s format, since the way parity is calculated and stripes etc. Oct 14, Posts: If so, how did you install it? Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. Are you running the Vista 64 driver under Win7 32? Apr 30, Posts: Else users will have the same argument as they had with Vista.
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Tue Apr 13, 3: MrJackson Ars Praefectus Tribus: Else users will have the same argument as they had with Vista. Basically, the cards that work have the main chip identified as fastrack and those that don’t have the main chip identified as “PDC If so, how did you install it?
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Nov 14, Posts: Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Wednesday, July 8, However, it’s just as much a case of support. So, we use Ghost to load images onto the PC.
Works with Windows Vista. Much more flexible and easier to deal with. I was able to get it working also.
Office Office Exchange Server. Wed Apr 14, 6: Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. Mon Apr 26, 4: We break it down.
After talking to the company, they say that they’re working on the drivers for Windows 7 which would be released when Windows 7 is released. I tried looking for a driver on the manufacturer’s website, but they do not support or provide there hardware on Windows 7.
The Windows 7 drivers are now on the Promise website at: Tue Apr 13, 7: I’ll try the BIOS flash though just in case – otherwise we are boned as half the cards we ordered are the “wrong” chipset.
Solsman Dec 12, yx2300 Sun Apr 25, To do a fresh install start the installation and when you get to the screen that asks where you want to install that is when you get a chance to browse for the TX drivers. It shouldn’t be that hard!
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Tuesday, July 28, 1: People are buying 4G LTE laptops — and then not activating LTE Lenovo has found people buy fasttrac, Qualcomm-powered always-connected PCs more for their long battery life than the fact they’re always connected.
We use Dell Optiplex systems. Reflash the BIOS for one of the cards, as a test. We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read.