Re: During install "required CD/DVD drive device driver missing"

Update - after fiddling around I changed the ide controller from raid
mode to AHCI setting and vista did boot up properly but the raid array
was destroyed. I think the whole thing is to do with setting up raid
with an sata dvd drive involved?

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