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Windows 7 Install Issue


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#1 jruggiero

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 05:22 PM

Hi, I recently bought a new PC from CyberpowerPC and chose not to have them install an operating system because i want to put Windows 7 on it like i have on my laptop.

I got the computer and hooked it all up, booted it, put the 7 cd in the DVD/CD drive and went to install.

Once i reached the screen on the install where it asks where i would like to install windows 7, nothing came up.

I went to load drivers, and browse, but it only shows up as removable disk c, d, etc.

On startup, my BIOS recognized the hard drives (which are 1GB total (500 x 2) in a RAID-0) config.

What should i do?!

I didn't recieve any HDD drivers with my computer, only ATI drivers and Gigabyte drivers for my mobo.

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#2 jruggiero

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 05:56 PM

anyone?!

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Posted 20 October 2009 - 06:57 PM

According to this (post 7), the Gigabyte driver should allow Windows 7 to recognize the array.
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