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x64 drivers for Promise FastTrak TX2 PCI (IDE)?

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I'm gonna be p***ed if I can't use my RAID card with x64. If there aren't drivers, are there any cards like this that do have x64 drivers?


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Promise has beta drivers for the fastrak s150 tx2 card on their web site.
That card has 2 SATA and one IDE connector.

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This card just has 2 IDEs. I don't see any with 64-bit drivers offered. I see some SATA adaptors though. I could get a couple of those, I guess.

Edited by Viper187, 26 August 2005 - 01:06 PM.


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sx150 is in line with the tx4000 card.. The tx2000 uses the same drivers as the fasttrak 66/100/133 cards. So, the sx150 drivers will not work (or at least not very likely) with your tx2000.

Looks like promise is only got beta x64 drivers fro their serial ata based controllers (and some what the tx4000 which is PATA because of teh sx150 driver).

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Just slipstreamed these into my x64 install and it saw my HD in IDE Mode. I'm preping a full CD now to see if they work 100%

http://www.sagernote.../Win64B_ATA.exe

EDIT:

Seems to work great.

Edited by maydax, 07 September 2005 - 11:41 PM.





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