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can't install Vista 32bit on KR7A-RAID..Help.

Ah Huat
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      06-02-2008, 04:58 PM
i can't install vista 32bit on my kr7a-raid, after boot up from a dvdrom and
finish loading file, during the initial install (no even start select the
hdd) always stop after saw the vista wallpaper and nothing come out....
"normally" will come out some "wellcome" massage or some "licence agreement"
i try the VISTA compatibility wizard and show no problem, then i start boot
from the dvd to install, the problem come out..
i also try to install the vista in windows xp .(click the "install now" from
the dvd autorun) .. then the pc restart and same problem....
already remove the sound card , nic, modem.... just GF4 mx (also try ATI
9600pro AGP), AMD 2000+, 768mb ram , 40GB HDD, DVDRom. and the bios is the
latest version(also reset the biso to all defaults setting).

thanks.. anyone try install vista on this mb?

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      06-09-2008, 02:51 PM

Ah Huat wrote:

> Hi..
> i can't install vista 32bit on my kr7a-raid,

Why would you want to ?


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      06-09-2008, 02:52 PM

Seeker wrote:

> If you have raid hard drives you have to install the drivers into Windows as
> its begging its install process.

And keep your eyes peeled for it. It wasn't that obvious IIRC.


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