39320 HOSTRAID DRIVER

I’ve tried going into the mother board bios changing the boot order from the SCSI harddrive to the CDRW – and then tried installing everything from scratc again – but the only difference is that NOW the system starts to install win xp from scratch again – instead of continuing the installation process. At the end of this file-copy process, win xp promts me to once again insert the two disks with the adaptec R drivers the host raid and normal scsi drivers for win xp I do this and the machine restarts and SHOULD then continue automatically to copy files from the win xp pro cd rom and installe win xp – only this does not happen. Maybe there’s some sort of conflict with the boot order. Believe me – I’ve tried more than 20 different configurations – and I’m TOTALLY STUCK I’ve tried only loading the host raid drive in the win xp installation starting process where I hit [F6] to load drivers , o nly loading the scsi drivers, not loading any of them at all – I’ve tried setting the two seagte disk up with NO raid 0, just normalle scsi and installing win xp on the on with scsi id 0 – but it all ends up with exactly the same – as soon as the systems restarts to continue the win xp pro in stallation process, the system stops as soon as the R scsi bios has loaded. Only thing that makes it loading past the scsi bios is when I set the cdrw as first ranked in the boot order on my mother board bios – and this will only start the win xp pro installation from scratch – this will happen every time – no matter what. Well I took your advice Ralph and went out and hit the turps.

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Download Adaptec ASCA HostRAID driver

Suggesting that I should move to Linux is not the right answer – please come up with some better stuff than that – I love my win hostfaid pro – and don’t think it’s the one to blame in this case – may be I only have myself to blame, maybe I should blame Adaptec, maybe not Could these 3 BIOS loads actually empty my base memory from free memory? You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

There’s a lot of drives in that system. I hope you have a solution to my problem – you may be my only chance – otherwise I’ll have to dump this adaptec R scsi controller and purchase a more costly LSI mega raid controller or not run with scsi raid 0 at all. I’ve build my pc from scratch and tried to power it up with only my Adaptec R and my 2 Seagate 15k. Did you also have to have the Adaptec drives on seperate floppies which you had 339320 insert during the win xp installation hitting [F6] during win xp installation start up?

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Posted April 12, As boggsie suggested, remove the CD while the rebooting countdown thing is going at the end of the text based XP setup.

SCSI Adapter – Adaptec – Adaptec ASC-39320 HostRAID driver Drivers Download

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Believe me – I’ve tried more than 20 different configurations – and I’m 393320 STUCK I’ve tried only loading the host raid drive in the win xp installation starting process where I hit [F6] to load driverso nly loading the scsi drivers, not loading any of hostraud at all – I’ve tried setting the two seagte disk up hostraix NO raid 0, just normalle scsi and installing win xp on the on with scsi id 0 – but it all ends up with exactly the same – as soon as the systems restarts to continue the win xp pro in stallation process, the system stops as soon as the R scsi bios has loaded.

At the end of this file-copy process, win xp promts me to once again insert the two disks with the adaptec R drivers the host raid and normal scsi drivers for win xp.

It should be noted that Hostraod using the Adaptec SCSI cable that came in the R package – and it has termination at the hostraic of the cable.

Also you have disconnected the IDE drives right? I’ve emailes this letter to the Adaptec support team – and I paste it here – maybe you can find a solution faster than the Adaptec group can? I’ve tried only loading the host raid drive in the win xp installation starting process where I hit [F6] to load driverso nly loading the scsi drivers, not loading any of them at all – I’ve tried setting the two seagte disk up with NO raid 0, just normalle scsi and installing win xp on the on with scsi id 0 yostraid but it all ends up with exactly the same – as soon as the systems restarts to continue the win xp pro in stallation process, the system stops as soon as the R scsi bios has loaded.

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Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. I’ve got a repsond from the Adaptec team – suggesting all kind of things – sugges using another NOT-high end graphics card in my system not a possible solution for metrying to place the R card in another pci slot pref.

Sign in with Google. Sign up for a new account in our community. I don’t know – histraid as Hostraic say I’ll try to identify the reason tonight – or maybe sunday. I need help desperately!

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So I see the light at the end of this long dark tunnel – but I feel the darkness is surrounding me right now and making it hard for me to think clearly and stay focused on the light at the end of the tunnell? Sign In Sign Up. I’ll try it later tonight Thanxxxxx again for all your help and suggestions – I wouldn’t make it without you’ guys. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.

When there is a bootable disk in the CD drive, a message should come up saying hit a key to boot from CD. This is for a Raid 0 setup.

I’ve also considered this but my conclusion is hat this is not the problem, because when I’ve tried to install win xp and the systems reboot for the first time – the system then can’t see any harddrives in the system and the is only able to see the win xp cd in the drive and hence starts the installation process of win xp from scratch alltogether.

Hopefully the Buck Hunter cna help ypou tomorrow. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. I’d try reducing the system to as basic a config as possible and install, then add components one at a time.

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