Drivers Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter
Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter Driver
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Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter Driver
Installation Options When you install your Adaptec RAID controller, you can choose to create a bootable array and then install your operating system and the controller driver on that array. Alternatively, you can complete a standard installation, where the controller driver is installed on an existing operating system. Basic Installation Steps This section describes Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter installation process.
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Follow the steps for the installation option you ve chosen. Install and connect your controller and internal disk drives see Installing the Controller and Disk Drives on page If your controller has an Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter connector, you can connect external disk drives as well or instead.
Set the boot controller see Setting the Boot Controller on page Create a bootable array see Creating an Array on page Install your operating system and the controller driver see Installing the Driver and an Operating System on page Installing on an Existing Operating System 1. If you are installing the RAID controller Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter a low-profile computer cabinet, replace the original full-height bracket with the low-profile bracket included in the kit see Replacing the Full-Height Bracket with a Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter Bracket on page Adaptec RAID controllers come in two basic configurations: ZMCP uses flash memory and a supercapacitor module to protect the cache without a battery.
Follow one of these sets of instructions: To install an Adaptec RAID controller without zero maintenance cache protection, see the next section.
Be sure to handle the controller by its bracket or edges only. Turn off your computer and disconnect the power cord. Open the cabinet, following the manufacturer's instructions.
Insert the RAID controller into the expansion slot and press down gently but firmly until it clicks into place. When installed properly, the RAID controller should appear level with the expansion slot.
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Touch a grounded metal object before handling the RAID controller. Secure the bracket in the expansion slot, using the retention device for instance, a screw or lever supplied with your computer.
Ensure that the positive lead of the LED cable usually a red wire or a wire marked with a red stripe is attached to pin Adaptec Series 6 controllers Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter Optionally, connect your RAID controller's I2C connector not available on all models to an I2C connector on an internal backplane or enclosure, using an I2C cable. If you are not installing internal disk drives, close your computer cabinet, reattach the power cord, then Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter with Connecting External Devices on page On Adaptec Series Q controllers, the daughterboard is pre-installed.
The supercapacitor module is always user installed.
It assumes that the daughterboard is already installed. Adaptec Series 6Q controllers do not include a mounting plate for the supercapacitor module. You must affix the supercapacitor to the computer chassis with cable ties. For controllers with optional zero maintenance cache protection non-q controllersrefer to the AFM Installation Guide for details about installing the Adaptec RAID 7805Q PCI-E Adapter on the controller.
Do NOT remove or insert a fully charged supercapacitor module. Always discharge the unit first to avoid damage to the controller or flash backup module.
The factory ships with discharged units, so they are safe to install when you receive them.