Please review this file for important information about compatibility issues and differences in operation that were discovered after our product manuals were created. Since installation by conventional methods seems hopeless, I’ve considered trying something different, like using a CD-based distro to create a custom kernel and using it for the install, but i don’t have enough experience with Linux to know how to go about doing this. Antivirus report for hpt3xx-bios Fri Aug 31, 1: I already have a RAID array set up, so I can’t move the drives to another controller to install as you suggest. No ; Include by mask: All objects ; Use iChecker:
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Install an antivirus In order to keep your computer free of malware, we recommend that you always have an antivirus program installed, especially when downloading and installing hpt70 programs from the web. Thu Aug 30, 7: Get tech support here. Restart and check the settings of HPT via dmesg.
No ; Try delete: Save yourself some agony. Fri Aug 31, 5: You can use BIOS loading utility v2.
Run cbrom without any parameters so you can see the options. Download What’s New Quick Specs.
Also, the readme says the driver does not support SMP systems, don’t know if that applies to you or not. Unfortunately, this module needs to be contained on an ext2 formatted floppy disk, which I can’t make, since I don’t have a Linux system.
I posted it to you direct, but here’s an edited version for the list: Jul 20, Posts: My problem is that the loadable kernel module on a floppy refuses to load, when I followed the instructions precisely. Those instructions in the Highpoint docs aren’t all that clear – there’s a dfirectory in the install called the driver disk as well as the kernel image – you can copy the driver disk files onto a DOS disk – RH’s installer reads DOS disks OK took a stab in the dark with that one.
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If you don’t have a powerful antivirus solution already protecting your computer, you should install one from our recommendations: Mar 14, Posts: Fri Aug 31, 2: Do yourself a favor and dump it if you want to use anything Be, Linux etc other than Windows The easiest way to do it is to boot off the install-CDROM and get to the prompt where the boot-options can be set and specify: Get that – if you can’t find it I can send it to you Oct 23, Posts: Tue Sep 04, 3: Since installation by conventional methods seems hopeless, I’ve considered trying something different, like using a CD-based distro to create a custom kernel and using it for the install, but i don’t have enough experience with Linux to know how to go about doing this.
Get cbrom; this again is from Award; if you can’t find it I can send you that too sorry for being a little vague on where they are but I don’t have the URLs handy – I seem to remember they were all locatable from the ABIT site.
Don Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: If alls well, you should reboot the machine and you should come up ok as before – if you’re running windows on there too you’ll probably find it re-finds some of the plug and play devices.
RTFM directly from the page you linked to: The latest release of FreeBSD 4.
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Antivirus report for hpt3xx-bios Installing with a 2. Why not just back up the data and nuke the bios raid?
Thu Aug 30, 9: Otherwise your data may be lost when you want to put it back later.