Vista Business updates don't like RAID1

One machine in my office is used as a file server i.e. all files by all
the staff members are stored in that machine. I have installed *licensed
Vista Business* in that machine. Yeah, I am brave (or is that called
stupid?) :p

For data safety, I have *RAID1* in that machine (RAID card and two HDs
*mirroring* the data).

Many times after update, Vista cannot recognise RAID and therefore
cannot boot. I have to boot from the DVD and re-install RAID card
drivers :( :rolleyes:

Any solution to this?

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