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Problems GA-7VAXP Bios 14 Fastrak133lite 20276 ATA Raid in..

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September 3, 2004 11:48:36 AM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.gigabyte (More info?)

I am having a problem getting Striped Raid 0
drivers loaded during the Windows XP install
"F6 to load drivers" phase. The bios will build
the array no problem. When Installing I get to
"F6" fine.

When I am given the load drivers screen my only
choice there is "S" for select (there is no "O" for other).

I then insert my driver disk, which has the only the three
files I can find for loading the Fasttrak133 Lite ATA
Raid Driver:

fasttrak.cat
fasttrak.inf
fasttrak.sys

The XP installer then comes back and says it needs
file "txtsetup.oem" and errors. I have searched far and
wide for "txtsetup.oem" for the Fastrak133lite 20276
chipset and even tried to write my own (didn't work)
with no luck.

Has anyone here had sucess installing these drivers
during setup? How was it done and/or where can I get
the "txtsetup.oem" file Windows XP is crying for. Is there
any other way to build a striped raid 0 array on this
motherboard? I can see where building a mirror security
drive couold be done from within the OS, but it appears to
me a performance array needs to be inialized during the OS
setup..

Thanks in advance for any tips. Strip the nospam off
to reply directly via mail.

Mudfish

System specs:

Loading WinXP Pro SP1 Full Retail
GA-7VAXP, Bio's F14
XP2400+, 1.5 G Kingston Ram
Two WD70GB special editions (for raid array).
WD260GB special addition, storage,
Radeon 9700 Pro 128
SB Audigy.
Plexor PX708A.
Enermax 430 PS

More about : problems 7vaxp bios fastrak133lite 20276 ata raid

September 3, 2004 7:04:23 PM

Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.gigabyte (More info?)

"Mudfish(Co30)" <mudfish@nospamadelphia.net> wrote in message
news:D IednYBJKKOSx6XcRVn-qQ@adelphia.com...
>I am having a problem getting Striped Raid 0
> drivers loaded during the Windows XP install
> "F6 to load drivers" phase. The bios will build
> the array no problem. When Installing I get to
> "F6" fine.
>
> When I am given the load drivers screen my only
> choice there is "S" for select (there is no "O" for other).
>
> I then insert my driver disk, which has the only the three
> files I can find for loading the Fasttrak133 Lite ATA
> Raid Driver:
>
> fasttrak.cat
> fasttrak.inf
> fasttrak.sys
>
> The XP installer then comes back and says it needs
> file "txtsetup.oem" and errors. I have searched far and
> wide for "txtsetup.oem" for the Fastrak133lite 20276
> chipset and even tried to write my own (didn't work)
> with no luck.
>
> Has anyone here had sucess installing these drivers
> during setup? How was it done and/or where can I get
> the "txtsetup.oem" file Windows XP is crying for. Is there
> any other way to build a striped raid 0 array on this
> motherboard? I can see where building a mirror security
> drive couold be done from within the OS, but it appears to
> me a performance array needs to be inialized during the OS
> setup..
>
> Thanks in advance for any tips. Strip the nospam off
> to reply directly via mail.
>
> Mudfish
>
> System specs:
>
> Loading WinXP Pro SP1 Full Retail
> GA-7VAXP, Bio's F14
> XP2400+, 1.5 G Kingston Ram
> Two WD70GB special editions (for raid array).
> WD260GB special addition, storage,
> Radeon 9700 Pro 128
> SB Audigy.
> Plexor PX708A.
> Enermax 430 PS
>
>
>
The txtsetup.oem is included with the latest 20276 RAID drivers available
from the Gigabyte website.
Should also be in all other driver sets, otherwise you wouldn't be able to
install........
Will be one directory level up from the WinXP driver's directory.

AFAIK, when you make up the driver disk, the root directory should contain
the following files:

FASTTRAK.
README.TXT
TXTSETUP.OEM

Then create a WINXP directory that contains the following files:

FASTTRAK.INF
FASTTRAK.SYS
FASTTRAK.CAT

The files should already be in a similar layout in the driver set.

John S.
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