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And one Silicon Image four ports which I will be using for raid 5 with 4 new WD ksrtl drives that are on their way. When I had set up the raid in the Windows HD management screen I just told the 2 drives to configure for speed, so that means I’m running the raid from windows own raid controller, and not from my asus mobo right???. Near where folks know what picante sauce should taste like Registered: This conversation is currently closed to new comments. Without configuring the addition drive a part of the RAID array, the system views it as a regular drive and assigns a drive letter after c:. Also, I’m already running bios version
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I finally gave up with that idea.
I haven’t had occasion contrpller try the load feature in Vista yet. Do not post advertisements, offensive material, profanity, or personal attacks. When the system boots there is an option key function that must be used to tell the system to access the RAID array.
Hope this helps 0 Votes. The IDE is C: The one thing that I didn’t try was modifying the boot. I had this happen and the RAID card need it’s driver ti even reconize the card.
Near where folks know what picante sauce should taste like Registered: Nov 18, Posts: Duh that’s what I get for posting at 1: Reset Post Submit Post. Found out it can’t be done.
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The system insisted that the IDE was drive c: I could be a little off on the particulars here, but in order to install Vista on your nVidia raid controller, you’ll need to get the drivers from nVidia if Asus doesn’t have them on their site. WOOPS have been there Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.
The first 2 are mirrored in a RAID1 array and the 3rd one is my backup storage drive. From my understanding I can install vista from inside my XP install and manually tell it to install on a certain drive, but where does the raid instructions come from if Vista is on it’s own drive and XP is not telling the system it’s a raid, and neither is the mobo???
I hope that works for you. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. Wed Mar 21, 1: I decided I was looking for the mobo’s driver so I should post here. Also, I’m already running bios version And one Silicon Image four ports which I will be using for raid 5 with 4 new WD ksrtl drives that are on their way.
The problem comes when XP reboots, it does not boot from as I think it should but the C: I hope this helps. Regardless of how I set up the bios I could not make it work. Back to Hardware Forum 5 total posts Page 1 of 1. Please remember to be considerate of other members.
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If you find any more satisfying solution to this issue I would be very interested in the details. I hope this helps 0 Controlldr. Without configuring the addition drive a part of the RAID array, the system views it as a regular drive and assigns a drive letter after c:. Contgoller, I was debating if this should be mobo or OS forum. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.