The workround – either use a single sata drive or use an ide drive to install the os and then install the raid drivers, controllers, gui and set up the raid array in windows. Raid 0 and Raid 1. I tried putting the Nvidia drivers on a cd but it wont touch them, keeps on trying to access the floppy. All times are GMT I did use an ide drive – windows installed ok then after putting in the raid software I set up my raid 0 – windows recognised it and I now have a c drive of 60gb [ide] and a d drive of gb [2 x gb sata drives] The only problem I have now is how to transfer the os from c to d so that I can remove the ide drive. Also, will I see the seperate partitions? Joined Nov Posts 8,

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You currently have javascript disabled. And yes I have tried another floppy drive but it had no effect. Raid0 will wipe out all rid data as you will need to change how the drives data is stored. If I skip all the floppy files then it just cycles round to start the setup over again.

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Though would not think it should affect things never know though. In the Chipset category of the Bios under the sub category of OnBoard Device you have enable the Raid option Rom, then enable the third master and fourth master? Are you using the “Primary Slave” in a Raid array? Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled.

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Start WinXP pro setup from cd, at prompt load both Nvidia raid drivers [leave floppy in]setup carries on – recognises the drive – formats – then at windows install it stops with ‘cannot load file nvraid. I don’t think this Faq is posted yet in Asus support site. So at the moment I am completely lost – I dont know what to try next, [go on holiday might be a good idea] however any suggestions would be most gratefully received, anything at all that might help point me in the right direction.

If I disable raid in bios, put a single disk on either controller then windows will install on that disk with no problems. Follow us on Twitter!

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I have experimented with both controllers using the NvRaid controller at the moment.

Posted 17 April – The time now is Community Forum Software by IP. This is said to increase performance, but there is an inherint security risk, as if one drives dies, the whole array will be broken and you will lose data.

I tried putting the Nvidia drivers on a cd but it wont touch them, keeps on trying to access the floppy. Joined Nov Posts 8, Welcome to BleepingComputera free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Breaking Protections in Hardware Cryptocurrency Wallets. This method should be used if you want your data to be secured and safe.

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If I do, what happens to the data on the drives that are already going? The workround – either use a single sata drive or use an ide drive to install the os and then install the k8-ne drivers, controllers, gui and set up the raid array in windows.

Several functions may not work. K8N-E raid setup Sound to me like the problems I had with a bad floppy I did use an ide drive – windows installed ok then after putting in the raid software I set up my raid 0 – windows recognised it and Eaid now have a c drive of 60gb [ide] and a d drive of gb [2 x gb sata drives] The only problem I have now is how to transfer the os from c to d so that I eaid remove the ide drive.

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Removed and replaced everything else but it still does the same thing. Using the site is easy and fun. Have see people thru here before with the same sort of problem, and in the end it was a bad floppy disk.

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 k8nn-e unless you are logged in. You would be surprized at what type of errors could show up due to a little memory error.