Removing RAID Tool

  JS1206 12:31 PM 28 Mar 12
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I've just removed RAID Tool from my lap-top. I now can't start my computer-all i get is the message "we apologise for the inconvenience bur windows did not start successfully. It's giving me the option to start in safe mode, last known good reconfiguration or start windows normally, however none of these work, and it is just going into a loop, trying to open and then back to the same screen. Any ideas?

  finerty 14:06 PM 28 Mar 12

What operating system, make and model of the lappie are you using and do you have a driver cd.

  JS1206 17:08 PM 28 Mar 12

It's a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo M1437G, running Windows XP and I don't have a driver cd.

  finerty 15:01 PM 29 Mar 12

is there any cd with the laptop, maybe you can use it to restore it.

  BRYNIT 21:56 PM 29 Mar 12

Click here This is a link to the Fujitsu Siemens Amilo M1437G web page where you can download all drivers available.

If you download the VIA SATA RAID VT6421 file (hopefully it's the one you have uninstalled)Unzip the file and have a look at the read me file this hopefully should tell you how to reinstall.

  BRYNIT 21:59 PM 29 Mar 12

Above link did not work?

Click here and search for the drivers.

  lotvic 23:14 PM 29 Mar 12

BRYNIT's link, hopefully this fujitsu link works ClickHere and then click on XP for the operating system

  JS1206 23:15 PM 30 Mar 12

Thanks for the suggestions, but I no longer have the cd i got with the laptop-lent it to a friend and didn't get it back! I can't download the drivers because the main fault is that I can't get the laptop to open up! I'm using a different machine to post this. Think I might be stuck!

  ronalddonald 02:32 AM 02 Apr 12

I would suggest that you click on lotvics post click here. copy and paste Fujitsu Siemens Amilo M1437G and click continue. look for Microsoft windows os and click windows xp home and download the drivers, if you can try downloading them onto a pen drive and try installing onto your laptop. hopefully might work wont know until u give it a try.

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