HPT 370 RAID CONTROLLER DRIVERFebruary 13, 2020
Wed Jan 02, 1: Maybe I’ll try them out and then use the driver rollback feature. ChristopherB Ars Centurion Tribus: Everything is working nicely now. Also, I don’t think Highpoint ever released 2. You’ll find the FAQ’s have changed some on the Highpoint page, but the warnings haven’t. Boot up is very slow
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If you remove a disk from the controller but the software does not notice this event, it is also unable to notice the event when you plug another disk back to that location. Belmont Ars Tribunus Angusticlavius Registered: Crashed all the time.
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I don’t know what would happen if I tried flashing it now. ATAPI support depends on the driver version being used. As I said, the 2. Tue Jan 01, 4: Please review this file for important contropler about compatibility issues and differences in operation that were discovered after our product manuals were created.
Anybody have problems with WinXP and HPT370 controllers?
I then used the 2. Also, here’s a quote from the highpoint: During install, gave repeated messages about Tons of problems, I was surprised it even installed in the first place.
You can use BIOS loading utility v2. This is all installing from the CD. Start XP setup as normal. Belmont, I had the similar problems with Win98SE with the 2.
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It installed fine, but I would get numerous lockups and other various bad things. Sun Jan 06, 4: Feb 25, Posts: Anyway, first attempt at clean install was a failure.
Got the message during install “cannot find “battery””. Next time, it installed, then duing the install, it gave me a number of error messages. This can cause mega probels.
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Don’t know what to do with the thing. To solve this problem you can do the upgrade as below: Oh, did I hpg that I am using the newest Drivers and Bios. Maybe I’ll try them out and then use the driver rollback feature.
XP hard locks when I tried installing detonator drivers 6th: When you actually talked to Highpoint, pht told you this and were very open about it. You must force a refresh action before changing the disk. Wed Jan 02, 1: And not right in this case either. Have any more specific info on the problem? I have to think this is due to the RAID controllers.
Everything is working nicely now. After OS installation complete, you can put them back.