Installing Windows Server 2003 with no floppy drive to install SCSI drivers

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Drivers
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
OS installation
SCSI Drives
Windows Server 2003 Installation
I have to install windows 2003 in a server machine. It contains SCSI hard disks and the Hard Disk is connected to the motherboard with RAID controller Card. When I try to install windows 2003, the OS is not recognize the Hard Disks. So I cant Install the Operating System to the server machine.The machine conot have a floppy drive slot in the motherbord,the OS take the SCSI driver only from the floppy.

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You can do in two ways:
1 – Buy a USB floppy drive
2 – Create a slip-streamed CD that includes the drivers. <a href=”http://www.petri.co.il/windows_2003_sp1_slipstreaming.htm”>Here </a>you find a tutorial for creating the cd

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