At the bottom is a link I made explaining it more clearly. Have you also used the sil setup utility ie F4 on startup to set the raid up and what type of raid are you trying to set up stripe asus a7n8x e deluxe sata mirror.? Ask a question now. The GB drive was listed there. March 5,
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Today, Asus employs more than 12, employees worldwide. At first glance this would appear to be a good placement for it as it is away from the socket for optimal airflow and forward so you don’t have to bend your ATX cable.
Everything looked good until I got to the portion on what drive to use and any partitions I wanted to make.
Any thoughts on that? I don’t know if my bios chip is socketed or if its on the board.
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I have a floppy where I have seluxe good drivers version V1. Last Jump to page: As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. This won’t be an issue if you don’t tinker with your computer’s innards a lot, but it is a design issue to be aware of. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
Then the next job, before doing anything else is to get Windows fully updated.
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I installed the version 4.
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You might be able to boot from a USB pen drive. It stays deluxxe and the hard drive light is a constant ON. I cant diagnose what the problem is. The fact that Windows Setup is not finding any hard disk drive leads me to ask about the history of that GB HDD, and its current state.
I don’t have time for that right now. Make sure you are installing the non-raid driver.
Edited by jpd, 24 September – If so all is good. If I reset it will do the same problem. Thanks to everyone at bleeping for your help! When you boot from an XP installation CD, what exactly happens?
This includes the G drive. It should be easily achievable.