• Connect a USB flash drive to a USB I/O port or insert a blank CD-DVD disk into the
Download the AMD-RAID drivers from the web site to the appropriate removable storage
7.3.2 Copying AMD-RAID Drivers in a Linux ® Environment 1.
Power on the system.
Locate and use a system that is running a Windows operating system and has a USB I/O port
for the USB flash drive.
Use a browser to access the web site of your system supplier or motherboard vendor.
Insert a USB flash drive into the USB I/O port of the system.
Download the AMD-RAID drivers for the correct distribution version of Linux
. Copy the
drivers onto the USB flash drive:
• For Red Hat Linux: Copy the .iso image file (that matches the applicable distribution of
Linux to the USB flash drive . For example:
• For Ubuntu: Copy the driver files contained inside the dd-rcraid-Ubuntu [Ubuntu
version number].w.x-yz-folder into a dd directory located on a root path of the USB
flash drive. For example: