Promise Technology WinXP Promise FastTrak SX4000 Free Driver Download
1.01.0.16 (6 Jun 2003)
BIOS Drivers, Motherboard Drivers, SCSIAdapter
WinXP Promise FastTrak SX4000
1.01.0.16 (6 Jun 2003)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
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Description - Adds Windows Server 2003 support
- Adds Promise RAID Console which interacts with the OS to prevent delayed writes and timeout conditions when arrays are added (created) or removed (deleted or off-line state) from the system (see included README file for instructions on installing the RAID Console INF file).
- Fixed bug where arrays would come up critical or offline upon a system reboot.
- Fixed bug where Windows would sometimes fail to boot into the OS causing a blue STOP: message.
- Fixed bug where the array cannot be detected during Windows OS installation.
- Fixed bug where the array cannot be detected in the Device Manager or Disk Management utility of Windows.
- Fixed compatibility bug between Driver and PAM that sometimes caused a Windows STOP: messag
BalajiS (DG Staff Member) on 1/24/2005
FTSX.Windows.1.02.0.6.zip (475.3 KB)
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