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Everyone with some experience with Windows and more than one monitor connected, knows that Microsoft’s good old operating system just can’t handle multiple monitors very well.
Little has improved in Windows 7, and I was therefore faced with some odd challenges just trying to make a simple 3840×1080 pixels wide wallpaper fit properly.
The only built-in “wallpaper mode” that works with multiple monitor wallpapers is the “tile” mode. However, it didn’t work correctly on my setup, as it kind of started on the wrong display due to the internal “ranking” of my monitors, making the result look like so:
After a quick Google query or two, I happened upon the perfect tool to MacGyver this problem away:
1st Issue: The missing RAID drivers
Since they didn’t exist when Windows 7 SP1 was put together, I had to load them manually inside of Windows 7 Setup.
This was simple enough, though:
- I got on my laptop and downloaded the Intel RAID drivers from the ASUS support page for my Sabertooth X79 motherboard, then extracted the files to a USB drive.
- I unplugged the USB disk from my laptop and loaded the driver from within Windows 7 Setup by connecting the USB drive to my main computer while in the “Where do you want to install Windows?” screen. I clicked “Load Driver” and browsed to the “Driver\Disk\64bit” folder. The next screen let me choose which driver to install (only gave me one choice).
- The driver loaded in a couple of minutes and the disk showed up, just like a good student to school.
2nd Issue: “Setup was unable to create a new system partition”
This issue was a little trickier. To my disappointment, Windows 7 wouldn’t let me install on the RAID disk array I had chosen, giving the following error message:
“Setup was unable to create a new system partition or locate an existing system partition. See the Setup log files for more information”.
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