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Old 21st April 2006, 09:01 PM
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Promise tx4200 raid driver install problem

Im trying to put a promise tx4200 raid card in my FC3 installation. The card is in and the array is built, raid 1. where im getting hung up is after i downloaded the drivers from promise i unpacked them only to find the instructions say to write the driver to a floppy drive. the computer im trying to install this on doesnt have a floppy drive nor a connection to put one in. the file is a .img file and it contains the sh setup. im not sure what to do to access the file, or unpack the img file to a folder so i can run sh setup out that. i hope this makes. please let me know if you need any more info.

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dell sc420
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