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Old May 18, 2007, 06:00 AM
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"Vista can be installed onto each available spacious partition, but the active boot partition (normally on drive C) has to be within the nForce RAID array and should have the NTFS file system.
Suggestion: Before you begin with the Vista install you should check, if both preconditions are fulfilled. If drive C is not within your nForce RAID array, you have set the wrong boot order of the HARD DISK DEVICES within your BIOS. The RAID has to be set as bootable (within the RAID configuration tool) and as first bootable HDD (within BIOS). "

"If you have an nForce4 SataRaid system, you may try to boot off the Vista DVD. If you have an nForce RAID system, which is fully supported by Vista, the Vista Setup will automaticly detect your RAID array and your RAID partitions. In this case you can be lucky and won't need any assistence by reading this post."

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