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kemi01

[SOLVED] Highpoint RocketRAID 2721

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Hi All

 

I cannot get my new HighPoint RockedRAID 2721 RaidController to work...

Here my setup:

 

Asus Sabertooth P67

Core i7 2600k

1. PCIe Slot: GeForce 9800GT

2. PCIe Slot: RockedRaid 2721 Controller

OS X 10.7 installed with Andy's boot cd

 

The controller does not show up on the system info. I have installed the driver from the Highpoint page but it dosent work...

 

Any idea ?

 

KeMi

 

PS. sorry about my bad english !

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