Sign up for a new account in our community. The system insisted that the IDE was drive c: 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:. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Sign in Already have an account? Find More Posts by seth

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The wholesaler has not had a similar problem reported. I have the same board and the same problem as you with my server. Find More Posts by bobkn. WOOPS have been there The first 2 are mirrored in a RAID1 array and the 3rd one is my backup storage drive.

Thanks, that was worth trying, however, no joy.

Flying Fox Gerbil God. Windows 7 Ultimate x Regardless of how I set up the bios I could not make it work. I decided to try downgrading the Saata bios to as I read a post about the bios limiting the number of drives, however, I’m having a heck of a time trying to get a USB Flash stick to boot I don’t really want to hook up a floppy or CD drive on the outside chance that a bios downgrade will work. Find More Posts by TVeblen. Go into the SATA card bios and make sure no raid options are set up.


If the bios on it is a raid bios, might try reading this thread http: I hope someone can help me out! The problem comes when XP reboots, it does not boot from as I think it should but the C: 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.

Windows 7 Pro X64 SP1. Windows 7 Ultimate x64 3. Win 7 Ultimate x Here is his zip file.

Yeah, that was a bit of an oversight, wasn’t it. It sounds as if both are enabled, I suggest rejumpering your IDE drive to act as Slave and partition it as a logical drive. Do you know what ass show up for an nVidia chipset?

Posted March 19, I haven’t been able to access the card’s bios, but I’ve flashed the bios to the non-raid version from a windows box.

This conversation is currently closed to new comments. I’ve had my system working for a couple weeks now: Tue Aug 22, 5: Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.


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I finally gave up assu that idea. I’m hoping someone with knowledge of this mobo can help with a last ditch attempt to get it working for more than 9 drives.

Similar help and support threads. Otherwise, it freezes after the card’s bios is invoked. I was going to change that now using this method: It looks like the board does not support AHCI.