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happgilmore

Win 2003 w/ Raid driver Nlite

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Hi - I;m new here.

I am attempting to create a Win 2003 CD w/ PERC 4e/di raid driver. I am using NLite per Dell tech. I believe I have added it to the ISO, but the Windows install (recovery) still doesn't see my drives.

I must be missing something, but don't know what step.

Please help. last ini file attached, but that was my 3rd attempt.

All are met with error message stating cannot see any drives.

Thanks

Paul

LAST SESSION (205809.22-11.28.23).INI

Edited by happgilmore
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Not sure if Win7x64 will bite you on that or not.

This is as much an nLite question as it is an Unattended question.

nLite FAQ.

Please be aware of the EULA for nLite (also in the FAQ, in case you missed it).

Appears that you integrated the PNP-way instead of TXT-mode way. (see FAQ for difference).

edit - and another poster has suggested setting nLite program to "XP Compatibility Mode" to properly function.

Edited by submix8c
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I am using NLite per Dell tech.

Dell recommending nLite now? I hope this doesn't mean that Dell actually uses it! :o

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"Per Dell Tech" probably means "a Forum member". Sometimes the forum has good info, but mostly not so hot, seeing as how I've had the most "experience" with Dell and done many "searches" for info on them. Take that "Tech" with a grain of salt... at least the OP had been guided to a useful site. ;)

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