Here is a thread on Asus’ forums about this issue: Can you tell us which parts were out of date so we can update them? I was wanting to get a couple SSDs here in the next few months and try raiding them out. If you happened to boot into Windows at this point by mistake, you’ll probably get a BSOD and an automatic reboot. Wednesday, April 11, 4: Monday, November 12, 5: Tuesday, October 4, 9:
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You last post was 5 months ago. Infact the step of enabling raid could be found on the manual of your motherboard.
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I’d recommend using one for OS and fav games, and the other for the rest. Then in the Device Manager, you may verify sb8850 the correct driver version installed: All the file names are the same, and the device names come up the same when loading, just the subfolders are different Since then, I’ve successfully completed the install, wiped it out and done it a second time – to make sure I wasn’t missing anything.
I’m running a SSD on raid mode right now along with two other drives in raid 0. Here is a thread on Asus’ forums about this issue: September 05, It’s unfortunate, but they’ve made a real cynic out of me where they’re concerned.
Windows install will now see the raid array, however you will need to partition it, and update the boot sector manually. Edited by fatman45 Tuesday, December 11, 5: You have the sb chipset do not use the driver for it from gigabyte. At first I thought, “There’s no way this is gonna work”, but continued on – thinking I had nothing to lose.
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This is an option that is available on the install disk I am using. Is it me or does this seem unnecessarily complicated to anyone else?
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Now I can’t raiid This can be used to quickly verify the driver and replace it from the Driver Zone page if required, for example if the status of hard disks can’t be detected. Anyway, to answer your question: Long story less long, here’s what worked for me The problem is, ati sb raid raid cards are expensive and I will need a new mobo just to get a RAID card as all my slots rais used up by my vid cards.
Monday, April 9, 4: Restart your computer and enter the BIOS. Cookies make wikiHow better. I can only reply in general terms as I am not very familiar with this platform. Tuesday, October 4, 8: Copy the registry text below into a new file in gaid text editor and name it someFileName. I don’t know who marked this as the answer but it doesn’t work either.