Might get spanked for this, we’ll see but the file I mentioned is attached and that is what it was called. Sunday, November 8, 1: I feel like I’m a bit late to the party, but here’s a solution which I just got running last night: Just shows you can never rely on anything. I cannot move forward without a solution Did you uninstall the v5.

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Friday, November 13, 3: If so, make sure Hyper-Threading is on. Not an IT pro? Found it via cnet, but it’s only for this specific chipset.

Office Office Exchange Server. Friday, November 13, 2: Point it to a usb flash drive or floppy with the extracted drivers. I am still having an issue after rebooting and after loading disk.

SCSI Adapter – LSI Logic – LSI Logic Ultra160 PCI SCSI Adapter; 53C1010-33 Device Drivers Download

Does anyone can collect the drivers zipped file and upload to share together?! Opened up vLite http: Sunday, November 8, 4: Anyhow, switched on this morning, “attempting ,si boot from HDD”. Do you think the real issue is that bios setting? Let me if that works or what you have tried.


It so tired to find a Vista and extract the 53C files. This was my real issue. Do it get thru the first reboot? If I succeed, I’ll keep you posted.

You are right and I did and this did not seem to solve my problem. Windows 7 IT Pro. The original disk with Xp on it fired up without any problems, so we are currently transferring all the data back from the tape to a new HDD. Lsl is not supported.

I have disabled the onboard lsi u and installed an Adpatec A which is supported by windows 7 hostraid disabled. Sunday, November 8, 1: Edited by jeanfor Friday, November 13, 3: I get the following message below The following issues are preventing Windows from upgrading.

LSI Logic Ultra PCI SCSI Adapter 53C Device

Tags for this Thread driverslsiwindows 7. The drivers that I have are the latest drivers and there are no other drivers. PS If you want to make sure your scsi controller is fully supported by Windows 7 get an Adaptec A hostraid disabled, hostraid is not lgoic yet by 7 and adaptec has not decided to make a driver for windows 7.


Friday, November 13, 7: I reviewed my bios settings one more time and saw the Hyperthreading was turned off.

I was able to get a previous version from the HP site for x workstation. Dear Jeanfor and Nano Warp, I thank you very much for your support, but I couldn’t solve the problem anyway.

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EVGA Z68 ftw mb core i5 lots of sata drives and some vintage scsi hard disks. Post-install on first boot, say “Yes” or whatever to that effect when Windows 7 asks “Do you want to use the unsigned driver”? I was able to get an old Precison with onboard AIC intstalled using old drivers.