VIA VT8237A RAID CONTROLLER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||886.8 KB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 7/8/10, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X 10.X|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
VIA VT8237A RAID CONTROLLER DRIVER
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Although it's a decent board and should be stable enough for a file server. Originally Posted by Slackovado Also I'd use a small hard disk for the OS itself because it's simpler to manage that way and your data is separate and safer that way in case a mishap happens with the OS.
Originally Posted by Slackovado So if you decide to mess with you Slackware configuration you can unmount your raid and rest easy that it will not get messed up if something goes wrong. I'll keep that in mind.
Originally Posted by Slackovado P. I'll be upgrading my Slackware I won't be buying this system for a month or so, so any advice in the mean time is much appreciated.
The size should be GB. Originally Posted by onebuck You can then use the Knoppix livecd to boot the system in question.
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You can then do a 'lspci -vv' from console to then see what the kernel recognizes to load the modules to support the device s on the motherboard. Great advice, VIA VT8237A RAID Controller you, but the problem is that I'd have to buy the system before testing it.
Originally Posted by onebuck I use ext3 which is journaled and reliable standard for most of my systems. Some say the same for ReiserFS but still that can be a biased opinion.
I will read up on XFS, though. Choose to select the location of the new driver manually and browse to the folder where you extracted the driver 5.
VIA VT8237A RAID Controller If you already have the driver installed and want to update to a newer version got to "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer" 6. Click "Have Disk" 7. Browse to the folder where you extracted the driver and click Ok Important Notes - During the installation of this file, be sure that you are logged in as the Administrator or as a user with Administrative rights.
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