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I hope this helps 0 Votes. The IDE is C: Asus has once again made an nvidiia board in the A8N Deluxe. It sounds like you broke the “NO 2 Masters Rule”.
To nnvidia the Sil, disable the Sil sata controller in the bios. The system insisted that the IDE was drive c: Furthermore, the chipset has two dedicated SATA controllers.
That seems to be the only thing that is missing from this package. Near where folks know what picante sauce should taste like Registered: The problem comes slj XP reboots, it does not boot from as I think it should but the C: If you find any more satisfying solution to this issue I would be very interested in the details.
Actually I just would like to write something rais what I. But when i go to my device manager in xp I see r5 Soft 5 raid controller. I hope that works for you.
The one thing that I didn’t try was modifying the boot.
raid on a Asus a8n sli premium help needed
Could be a problem with the memory controller on your Amd ngidia or. That should get you booting, and then just install the proprietary. It sounds as if both are enabled, I suggest rejumpering your IDE drive to act as Slave and partition it as a logical drive.
I have a Promise SX Thanks, I was debating if this should be mobo or OS forum. If the bios on it is a raid. Under the the video card section change “driver nouvou” to “driver vesa”.
I finally gave up with that idea.
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Hi Fernando, I sincerely hope I did not miss something important to read on the forum. Any help here controller, or if i can connect two raid set-ups using the same controller??. There’s a second RAID controller for a maximum of eight hard disks. IDE drive which has no boot files. I hope this helps.
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Regardless of how I set up the bios I could not make it work. Any suggestions on how to recover my raid array or any of my files?.
This problem usually occurs if: I have it connected to the NVidia raid controller set but only as a standalone drive. My Acer Nitro 5 is dead