Drivers For (GigaRAID ITE8212 IDE RAID Controller)
Anyone managed to find Windows 7 compatiable drivers for "GigaRAID ITE8212 IDE RAID controller"?
I tried using the Vista drivers in compatibilty mode but no luck unfortunately. Issue being is that my 2nd internal hard drive is not showing up in My Computer however it is listed in device manager. This is the only item left in device manager that isnt installed properly :-(
I checked my motherboard drivers page @ GIGABYTE - Product - Motherboard - Specification - GA-8I955X Pro but they only have Vista drivers listed.
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