You must log in or sign up to reply here. Should I maybe give up this version and reinstall windows on the one you suggested a few posts back? Thanks for your time. I’ve tried to uninstall the drivers. All I have to do is go to “new,” set the allocation so that it now shows mb reserved and then the “remainder.
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Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: GeezerButler Wise Guy Joined: Hopefully the above is your board.
Do you recommend me to try again with I get a “no signed device drivers were found” message from Win7 setup. Hey guys, Okay i have the following Motherboard: Lou56 win7 3 posts. Second question, is there a good tutorial at technet.
I have used RAID 0 in the past and now use single disc, personally I have not noticed any real performance differences. I ended up ass the Bios to Factory, Selecting the drive Xpert to speedup presume Raid 0and Storage config to AHCI, and Win 7 installed onto the two drive with any tweaks or changes or having to load addition drivers The bad part is that this is and MSI driver installer so it wouldn’t help in the installation process.
Thought that if I flashed the bios and got a later option rom that things would get better.
This page is truly amazing btw, thanks for this! As in other installs, I don’t need to go to the drivers icon? Hope it helps answer some questions.
Thank you so much. And it worked, got the drivers in the new windows but the raid is not working. Only idea which comes to my mind is booting from W7 install disc and trying Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.
It still shows as 1 drive in bios but in windows it’s still 2 separate drives. Which RAID driver version did you install?
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I have read several threads in several forums and I don’t think that was ever said. Yes you are correct, that is all you need to do.
Setting up RAID 0 on Asus P5Q
Regards Dieter alias Fernando. Yes, uninstalled the software. This way you probably can solve your main RAID problems. Find More Posts by pbcopter.