If you could summarise the pertinent information from the linked to page then at least if the link does die, people will have some idea what earlier visitors found useful. Anyway I think that wraps it up, try at your own risk and always backup first. I installed the Intel Storage Matrix software anyway to gain access to the Storage Console component and on reboot it worked just as good. In general as long as you don’t have any uninstalled hardware in device manager you are good to go. I’ve tried a different power connector nonetheless and I will grab a different SATA cable tomorrow from work. Congrats to the Winners!
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Since you are booting using other controller, it’s all hunky dory! If you receive the User Account Control dialog box, click Continue.
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Therefore, make sure that you follow these steps carefully. Page 1 of 2 Jump to page: Originally Posted by Sin Quote message in reply? Disconnect your main Windows 7 from your system before to install a fresh copy of Windows 7 on the spare hard drive.
I tested it prior to installing the Intel Storage Matrix v8. Using your favorite image creating software I use Acronis or Ghostcreate an image of your Windows 7 partition and restore the image to the desired partition on your newly created RAID. After booting up you should receive no hardware installation prompts.
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To answer most of your questions: I’ve got this Gigabyte Motherboard: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. OR the drive is dead. Why bother with such labor and additional restarts?!
I’d like to proceed with the assumption that the drive is good brand new and I can feel it spinning Boot into linux a live CD is sufficient and run the command lspci -vvnn. Hey buddy – I just pretty much preinsyall through this exact scenario except I have taken 2 x RAID 0 disks from failed external Lacie drive and have plugged them into my desktop hoping to salvage my data.
I’ve looked through the manual and I don’t see what needs to be done either. So far I have installed the following drivers: Windows Registry Editor Version 5. Install your RAID drivers.
Page 1 of 2. So far I have installed the following drivers: Save changes and exit. Verify that your computer boots up and all hardware is installed and there are no prompts to restart.
I read hundreds of posts on multiple forums and was never able to find a solution, so I figured it out myself. Unless it is the Nvidia nforce raid driver from a couple years back that would bluescreen your box no matter what after installing.
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Anyway, here are some helpful links I found when researching this problem: Unless it is the Nvidia nforce raid driver from a couple years back that would bluescreen your box no matter what after installing. Feb 9, Posts: Once you see a RAID controller in device manager, you are hot to trot. Anyway I think that wraps it up, try at your own risk and always backup first. Most easy way to install drivers to offline target OS is the following: Go into bios can change the HDD detect timeout time.