Highpoint HPT370A UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller Driver Download

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Supported Models

HPT370 HPT370A HPT372 HPT372A

HPT370 UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller

HPT370A UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller

HPT372 UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller

HPT372A UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller



Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

File Name


2.35 tweaked inf (1-Nov-2004)
2.35 (2003-08-04) via .inf

Uploader Notes

Version 2.35 of the HPT370 driver from highpoint-tech.com would not install for me on Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2. I found some differences between the hpt3xx.inf files of version 2.33, which worked fine, and version 2.35. Using the older hpt3xx.inf file as a guide, I tweaked the newer hpt3xx.inf file, and now version 2.35 installs!

Uploaded By

Jason Marshall (DG Member) on 1-Nov-2004

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
hpt3xx.inf 2.9 KB 1 Nov 2004
hptpro.sys 9.8 KB 27 Jan 2003
hpt3xx.sys 43.6 KB 4 Aug 2003
hpt3xx.cat 8 bytes 19 Dec 2001

How to Update HPT370A UDMA/ATA100 RAID Controller Device Drivers Quickly & Easily

Step 1 - Download Your Driver

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