I would just get an add-in card that works.
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"pvdg42" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "Ray D" <Ray D@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>I cannot install from xp pro sp2 to Windows Home Premium. I know I should
>> gotten the Business or Ultimate but its to late I broke the seal, lol. My
>> problem right now is that it wants the Promise driver (ultra.sys for the
>> ultra66 miniport) but it won't recognize that one and the Promise site
>> no new drivers so I have made no progress in installation at all.
>> I have to say this is the worst installation for Windows yet, all others
>> were very smooth.
> I don't believe any other edition of Vista would have changed the outcome.
> Did you run the Vista Upgrade Advisor on your PC before purchasing Vista?
> Did it identify your Ultra 66 as a potential problem?
> I ask only because a quick trip to the Promise web site seems to indicate
> that the last driver supplied for the Ultra 66 appears to be ~6 years old,
> and doesn't even list XP as a compatible OS.
> http://www.promise.com/support/downl...r&os= 0&go=GO
> If you cannot return Vista (as you say), then your best option is to
> recoup as much of the price as possible by selling it used, perhaps on