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Windows 2003 server SBS R2 - Blue Screen "DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" error
I am experiencing a blue screen error during the beginning of the installation of Windows 2003 Server SBS R2 with the following message:
Configuration used is:
Intel mainboard S5000PSL, Dual Xeon1.6, 4Gb RAM, 4x WD 500Gb RE2 HDD with Raid5.
Installing the OS onto a simple HDD without Raid is working fine.
If I try to install it under the Raid5 configuration, I get the above error.
Firstly, I thought about a USB Floppy Drive or Flash Drive problem due to the necessity to install Raid driver separately, since I saw a such problem existing with some USB floppy drives.
But the problem remain after I recompiled the first disc of Windows with those driver integrated, and now I found out a problem maybe with the storport.sys driver.
Does anybody have a solution or tips for solving the matter?
Many thanks in advance,
DFI LANPARTY SLI-DR
AMD 64 x2 4800+
OCZ (2 x 512) DDR600
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