> Yes, it's not at all like Promise feels compelled to advertise the fact...
> There's nary a mention that I can find on the site even referencing Vista.
> I had to deduce what might work and then try it--and to my surprise (and
> pleasure) everything is working fine. It's also amusing to note that the
> site informs me that the TX4200 has been replaced with the TX4300, but it
> appears the same bios and drivers are shared between them...
Understood, heck, look at the support page about making the 8350
support RAID 6 -- requires a floppy to flash the BIOS first. Then
again, I'd never tweak an *active* RAID adapter. Best to do it before
any array has been set up.
When I use that adapter on a Windows server, I'll install the OS on a
separate drive first. After that, I install the RAID adapter and
drives, set up the array at the BIOS level, and then get the drivers
sorted out at the OS level so that the drives can be understood by the