unable to detect HDD with SCSI RAID 0

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RAID
RAID 0
SCSI
Windows 2000 Server
hi, i have win2k installed on server which gives BOD now, i want to reinstall the server but when i try to boot using windows 2k server bootable CD it gives error as HDD not detected, can anyone pls advise process to install OS on server which has RAID 0 inplace

Software/Hardware used:
windows 2000 server
ASKED: September 17, 2009  11:37 PM
UPDATED: December 15, 2009  3:52 AM

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Download the SCSI Driver for your server from the hardware manufacturer’s site (Dell/HP/?) and burn it on your Floopy Disc /CD.
When doing fresh installation of Windows 2000 or any other OS, it will ask to ‘press F6 to install third party RAID or SCSI Drivers’ during the initial file loading. Press F6 then and put in your SCSI Driver floopy disc in the floopy drive (if you have burnt the drivers on to a CD, you will need to take out the installation CD and put the driver CD in the CDROM, wait for the program to ask you the location of your third party drivers and do it then). The setup will install the SCSI driver and then you can proceed with your regular windows installation.

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