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Windows Won't Boot In Raid Mode

Always change the mode in BIOS before installing windows. Use run command (Winkey+r) and type "msconfig", hit enter. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 4. spamhead10-23-2014, 08:03 AMBoth arrays were created on the Board once installed. It is now listed as bootable. Windows 10 Won't Boot In Ahci Mode Hence Browse for the Intel Sata Raid Driver on a separate USB Thumb when running the Win7 SetUp.. #16 Z15CAM, Nov 25, 2014 Last edited: Nov 25, 2014 Synymata Junior

I mean it makes no sense. Windows 10 Won't Boot In Raid Mode Since it's a new machine, I opted for a fresh install. I think one of the reasons I used in justification was that I can simply pull any AHCI disk from one system and read it from another in some . . http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1970725/windows-boot-attempting-setup-raid.html broncogr10-18-2014, 01:48 PMLooks like my issue isn't unique as there are more cases popping up : http://www.overclock.net/t/1510001/asus-rampage-v-extreme-owners-thread/1470#post_23019020 Issue must be identified and resolved, any more information needed I will be happy

New Posts Can we stop talking about autonomous cars? Switch To Ahci Windows 10 As I will be away from my pc for the day could someone having the same issue remove all disks from the pc, clear cmos, remove power cord and battery for Which you have to access each time to boot from the ssd. broncogr10-18-2014, 03:58 PMFound more posts by people having the same issue: http://www.overclock.net/t/1510001/asus-rampage-v-extreme-owners-thread/1050#post_22966555 http://www.overclock.net/t/1510001/asus-rampage-v-extreme-owners-thread/1050#post_22966505 http://www.overclock.net/t/1510001/asus-rampage-v-extreme-owners-thread/780#post_22901718 http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?52370-New-bios-0706&p=442760&viewfull=1#post442760 kossiewossie10-18-2014, 05:34 PMMotherboard model: Asus Rampage V Extreme UEFI Version: 0801 CPU:Intel Core i7 5960X 4.5ghz

Windows 10 Won't Boot In Raid Mode

I want to use an SSD as the boot drive, and have 2x3tb HDDs in RAID 0 work alongside it.Specs:Asus P9X79-E WS Motherboard4930K CPU840 Pro SSD OS Drive - connected to https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/asus-x99-wont-allow-bootable-raid.2399481/ So naturally you will have to setup your RAID array again. Windows Won't Boot In Raid Mode Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support BSOD Help and Support » User Name Remember Me? Change Ahci To Raid Windows 10 Flashed bios 0802 Removed all sata cables from board cleared cmos, shutdown.

Thanks in advance to anybody would can help. check over here After that, install Windows with the SATA RAID drivers ready on a thumb drive. After the successful flash I turned RAID mode back on and powered down. Once it rebooted, it booted my old windows install on an HDD. Switch From Ahci To Raid

I put the mobo CD in and it doesn't recognize the CD.I'm really frustrated because RAID is still something that I am new at and it's really hard to figure this You can not post a blank message. I wish to upgrade to new BIOS but i dont want to lose the Array again..... his comment is here Proceed with Windows install after using the " Install Drivers " option. #13 Diogenes2, Nov 25, 2014 Z15CAM Golden Member Joined: Nov 20, 2010 Messages: 1,800 Likes Received: 3 That

But yes, there are different ways of doing things, that work better or worse depending on what suits your work-style.. #15 Diogenes2, Nov 25, 2014 Z15CAM Golden Member Joined: Nov Inaccessible Boot Device Windows 10 Raid After saving I will see Windows start to load, then it will blue screen. The time now is 08:25.

Since this looks like a UEFI issue I think the following will suffice: Motherboard model: Rampage V Extreme UEFI Version: 0801 CPU:5960X Memory kit part number (s) and amount in GB:

The latest Intel RST driver can be download and installed later - This is irreverent to the Basic MS Win7 SATA Raid Mode Driver. This also happens when a new BIOS is flashed as it consequently clears defaults. The max stripe size is 64kb while the intel is 128kb. Windows Won T Boot In Ahci Mode Thanks again Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3.

Are you trying to make your RAID 1 array faster? During this time the SATA mode in the bios was set to AHCI. Latest mention I have seen for this is here : http://www.overclock.net/t/1510001/asus-rampage-v-extreme-owners-thread/1450#post_23017456 [email protected], could we please have this issue investigated? http://skdcom.com/windows-10/how-to-fix-ssd-boot-errors.html emergency. #20 BonzaiDuck, Nov 1, 2016 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Loading...

Everything in the Device Manager is recognized (I've nothing left to install). http://imgur.com/a/my4xh #4 Earwax, Sep 12, 2014 Earwax Senior member Joined: Oct 2, 2001 Messages: 215 Likes Received: 0 Anyone else that is having this issue, this workaround appears to be till I read this, but all I did was go into the CSM and change the UEFI to legacy only and saved (which makes those setting Enabled\uefi and legacy oprom\legacy\legacy\legacy) and disable RAID0 volume, boot to [Sata1] 2.

Any ideas on how I can configure my BIOS to allow the RAID 0 array to be a bootable drive? #1 Earwax, Sep 12, 2014 ochadd Senior member Joined: May I have the use of my notebook (w/ broken DVD burner, still reads) running Win7 Ult x86 so apparently I cannot make my USB flash drive x64 bootable from what I've One holds the OS and the other is for Data Setting defaults in bios and rebooting. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology >

How do I make the ssd visible in the boot priority list? You simply create the array first by configuring the motherboard BIOS, then by entering the controller BIOS and setting it up. Except I had stupidly done step 4 before steps 1-3. Additional note: I tried the same on an illegal Windows 7 and there it failed.

I assume you are talking "Compatibility Support Module". If you receive the User Account Control dialog box, click Continue. Granted I certainly would not place DOS BackUp Images on a RAID Array ;o) I see no use to Boot into a Raid-0 array when you can use the RAID-O media