I’ve got the same problem. Here are the links again: I used the latest drivers available from the Asus website v1. Thread starter Xplanes Start date Jun 24, I’m anxious to see if anyone has gotten Vista Setup to recognize their Fast Trak controller
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I’ll try the asus site in case they have corectly signed x64 drivers. JackM Jun 25, Find More Posts by roofrack.
Burnt the driver files to cd then pointed the Vista installer to the XP driver directory. Failed to install the driver package [C: So we are all screwed at this point. But i havent tested the drivers yet, but just reading the version number it seems to be the same that i have tested with, and they did not work: Use the asus cd that came with the motherboard, worked for me.
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I did the old NT bit of putting the drivers on a floppy and providing that when prompted. Xplanes Jun 24, Saturday, February 10, 1: I had a more recent version then the one mentioned earlier in the thread. Sunday, January 21, 6: Originally posted by bbking hi, fastttrak case anybody has the same problem as I had: Wednesday, June 28, 1: Sunday, February fssttrak, 9: Thanks again for the help.
I used the WinXP drivers and they took without a problem. I have version 1.
It won’t read the files within any directories on the media. Sunday, April 22, 5: Tony Sperling, Sep 28, asuw So when I try to update to the newer drivers taken from the promise site as I read the asus one had a small problemdriver install fails because the asus promise fasttrak raid is not trusted.
Tuesday, October 23, I’ve got the same problem. All links are broken: Here’s the problem, XP reads the GB dynamic disk just fine, but Vista sees the dynamic disk as “offline” and will not reactivate or import.
Any ideas on what is going on here?