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Also se723n0h1-e links above no longer work. In Windwos Server, you are able to load the drivers on a memory stick and browse the drivers.
I tried everything to get the drivers to load with R2 install. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Se7230nh-1e as answer by Craig Abbott Thursday, October 13, This is a computer translation of the original content.
Saturday, February 9, 8: Tuesday, August 17, 2: Can you post it for us?
Need drivers for Win 7 Pro for Intel Server board – senh1-e. The time now is Wednesday, August 31, 9: Anyone had luck with 3rd party tools like partition magic or is this safe with this RAID controller? Here is what I get: Sunday, August 29, 3: Does anyone have any other ideas for how I can use the rest of the space on this drive?
It is provided sr7230nh1-e general information only and should not be relied upon as complete or accurate. However there is something that worked for me if you can be bothered. Jane ,thanks for the reply.
Open the chassis and move the CMOS clear jumper from the normal operation position, at pins 1 and 2 to the CMOS clear position, covering pins 2 and 3 as indicated in the following diagram: There are no errors or anything. It has been working fine for me with the embedded raid functioning correctly.
I am facing the intolerable issue of trying to install Windows Server on a machine that has 2 drives configured for mirroring using the Intel RAID settings in the bios.
This discussion is locked. I cannot see the extra drive room anywhere; only the original volume size; and I have tried the diskpart. If anyone can help, that would be great.
Thursday, October 13, XD Thank you very much for any replies: From there you can upgrade to R2. Once complete se7230nj1-e install Service Pack 2. Yesterday, I installed my new computer and it has the following: