Windows setup - installing RAID drivers without floppy drive
I recently bought a new Desktop computer which came pre-installed with OEM XP Home edition. I already have a copy of Windows XP Pro which was running earlier on my old desktop. So I want to remove HOME and install XP Pro on this. When I start the installation process, Xp Setup prompted me to install the RAID drivers from a floppy. But the problem is RAID drivers are saved on my HDD and I don?t have any floppy drive in this system.
I copied those drivers on my USB Drive as well as on a CD. So I wanted to know if there is any other method instead of floppy drives to install RAID drivers? Please help.
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