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Do i need xp sp2 installed first? The built in drivers are not good:).If I have any question I wrtite here.Thank You. I want to thank you all the hard work you've put into this project of yours, it is extremely helpful and your knowledge of storage subsystems is impressive.I have searched the You do this by pressing F6 during initial XP install, and using the supplied floppy disk. have a peek here

NVidia warn that you must use at least XPSP1. Now that you're confident that your RAID array is working properly, perhaps you can tell me if mine is. I setup my NLITE build as an unattened installation wallked away after creating the first partion and formatting it. 20 minutes later the desktop appeared and built on a RAID 0 JPetz, with the number of disks and drives you have there is plenty of scope for confusion. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/nvidia-nforce-driver-dfi-lanparty-nf4-cant-connect-plz-help.626049/

b) Installed XP to a disk on a SATA channel, with the RAID BIOS Enabled but no disks enabled for RAID. PDA View Full Version : LAN 2 not what it should be... Just an idea... PS - sorry I never saw your post until today. 0 JannPadley Jul 2005 edited Jul 2005 Hi JPetz, i) I have seen similar errors to your IEXPLORE.EX_ problem.

All products and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. ONE MINOR CORRECTION. I attch you a print screen to see. It takes quite a while depending on how large your drive is to build a new array but, allegedly, data will not be lost.

It's weird that the whole thing worked well but Windows can't see the real total hard drive space used by the RAID Array. Big advantage: The download is much quicker due to the small package size.Before you are going to install a new nForce Ethernet driver, you should uninstall the previously running one (exception: Please :help: My network is down :waughh: Speedy Gonzales25-05-2006, 08:21 PMThe TV connection maybe a TV tuner? Homepage Once windows is up and running then you can install the standalone kit drivers and the NVRAID tool.

I have one SSD as primary HDD. I dunno if using a floppy disk instead of an unattended install CD would've been better but my method (or MSFN's) worked fine. Speedy Gonzales26-05-2006, 09:41 AMGood to hear its working :thumbs: That happens sometimes, when u do a format. This is where things can fall apart for some...including myself.

I read on some forums that I need to enable RAID mode for SSD. I want to ask if this drivers works with windows 8.1? (old drivers report controler error, and causes BSOD). Why this funky way? To enable all features please LoginorRegister.

Now that I think of it, I first tried setting up my 2 disks as a RAID1 mirrored array but that failed. navigate here I have also setup a RAID 0 in bios for other two disks in striped mode, but in windows I see one big HDD NDIVIA JBOD 931,52G, and I don´t know Speedy Gonzales26-05-2006, 03:04 PMIt could be software or hardware, the chipset for the NIC's, or even a BIOS issue. I setup SDD in JBOD.

I get limited or no activity. If XP cannot see drives that are just standard, empty SATA disks (not enabled for RAID), then it has a more serious and lower level problem than activation. Can't install windows on the nforce 4 RAID? Check This Out In otherwords...they are there for eyecandy as most would complain if they were not...even though they really don't do anything.

Make sure your system is scrupulously free of nasties. How to make a driver disk with the nforce RAID drivers? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

Maxtor 200G SATA on SI 3114 #1 (drive letter E) 3. 120G IDE drive (drive letter F - it once had Windows XP on it) 4.

I have tried various drivers downloaded from ABIT, original Board drivers, but I have exactly the same effect on them all, so at the moment I am running on the Stock So I... - Enabled RAID in the BIOS for a SINGLE DRIVE then installed XP then installed the standalone drivers - Reboot, enabled RAID in the BIOS for my SECOND DRIVE This is the reason why I still offer these special WHQL signed Vista/Win7/Win8 driverpacks for users with an nForce4 chipset mainboard. It seems to me, that you are running your 3 drives in Spanning (JBOD) mode.

ice91785 #2 Posted : Thursday, September 20, 2007 9:22:24 AM(UTC) Rank: MemberReputation: Groups: Registered Joined: 10/21/2005(UTC)Posts: 2,599Location: Minnesota, United States A couple of things i've had luck with in simliar I have an ASUS P5N32-E SLI PLUS with nForce650i SLI & nForce570 SLI chipset. Should I have formatted the SECOND hard drive BEFORE starting the conversion process ? this contact form When I set mine up I simply disabled the ones not being used for the XP install and enabled them after it was done. 0 TheBaron Austin, TX May 2005 edited

It is then recommended to copy all the contents EXCEPT for the RAIDTOOL folder. I believe this will be solved by MediaMan's patch for txtsetup.oem. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Please check the name and try again.

Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Does this mobo support NV firewall?? When I was trying to setup my RAID configuration I told myself this is the last thing I'd do but I was wrong. What port do you recomand to use?

For example, on my Asus A8N-E motherboard with two SATA drives, XP allows me to specify the drivers, format the (single, RAID1) drive with NTFS, copies files, then fails to copy ii) I have successfully done all of the following with Asus A8N-E and Maxtor disks; a) Installed XP to a disk on a SATA channel, with all RAID BIOS functions disabled.