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  • Gunn
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    Originally posted by STORMDAVE View Post
    JoJo I just saw your email...I wasn't in town yesterday, so just had the chance to check it today. I don't have a 1800 number for customer support, unfortunately ;)

    Anyways, it seems that your C: drive is on a RAID? Why though? Always keep your OS drive and video drives separate. Maybe I am wrong here.

    Anyways, when you install XP 32bit SP2 and your C: drive is on a RAID you need to hit F6 (I think) to load the drivers so it can install the OS.

    But it looks like you figured out the problem...and yes you can physically glue a motherboard together but not sure it would work :D
    Thanks Stormy,

    Yup! I figured it out. Now I receive Moscow perfectly.

    JoJo

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  • STORMDAVE
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    JoJo I just saw your email...I wasn't in town yesterday, so just had the chance to check it today. I don't have a 1800 number for customer support, unfortunately ;)

    Anyways, it seems that your C: drive is on a RAID? Why though? Always keep your OS drive and video drives separate. Maybe I am wrong here.

    Anyways, when you install XP 32bit SP2 and your C: drive is on a RAID you need to hit F6 (I think) to load the drivers so it can install the OS.

    But it looks like you figured out the problem...and yes you can physically glue a motherboard together but not sure it would work :D

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  • Gunn
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    Thanks Fish and to the rest of you: Neeeh,nahnahna nahnaaaaah! I figured it out myself and there are only a few pieces left over. Can you glue a motherboard together?

    JoJo

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  • fish4specs
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    I don't know much about raid set-ups but there is a site that might help. http://www.techspot.com/ There you'll find a very helpful forum community. They have helped me with several Comp proplems. Just be sure to give as much system detail as poss. (ie: MoBo, CPU, Ram, OS, PS, Vid card and anything else you can think of). Sorry I couldn't give you any direct help but maybe Techspot can help.
    Good Luck
    Dan
    ps Not to imply that this isn't a helpful forum community, It very deffinately is! Just techspot is more computer techie oriented and tends to deal directly with these type issues. System setups, hardware conflicts, etc.
    Last edited by fish4specs; 02-18-2008, 04:52 PM.

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  • Gunn
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    Wow, seventy views and zero answers. C'mon people, I shower every day and my leprosy is under control.

    JoJo

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  • Gunn
    started a topic Not about Edius.

    Not about Edius.

    I had to change my new computer from Windows 64bit to Windows 32bit. I have five internal drives. One is my C drive and the remaining drives are to be a raid. I downloaded the 32bit drivers and installed the C drive (lots of trouble when you do not have a floppy drive in the house). The only option that worked was "server raid". I had been advised to set C drive as "server ahci" but the system just would not recognize C drive. Is this going to work? I am sorry to use this forum for this question but I have nowhere else to go. Hp is pleasant but I do think they know their product and my friends know less than I do....sad. If anyone can mentor me on this, it would be appreciated.

    JoJo 770-978-3686
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