Tuesday, February 6, 4: Tried the registry edit solution, posted on the previous page? I’ve tried looking in the Gigabyte-provided files to see what the ROM rev will be after running the utility, but I can’t see it. We’re talking about a different family of RAID controller s and a different OS, but I note that the later firmware upgrade discussed in the thread you linked is the same firmware upgrade I was sent but haven’t yet tried. Friday, March 9, 6: I have a replacement system on the way from Dell. My conclusion is that the intel fake -raid is not vista compatible, until either a bios or driver update that will fix this.
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If it’s necessary to format first, then I guess the array rzid have a different drive letter My conclusion is that the intel fake -raid is not vista compatible, until either a bios or driver update that will fix this.
Have Intel confirmed that they have tried to replicate the problem with the same motherboard you are using? Tuesday, March 6, 8: Tuesday, February 20, 4: Time for an experiment.
kern/102211: [ata] detach raid member and reboot will cause panic (ICH7)
I haven’t experienced any corrpution or freezes. A bout your motherboard model, BIOS version, how many memory module and speed you use. I haven’t had any problems since. After much trial and no progress and can only say that I am in full agreement! Vista eventually installed on the machine. But like i said before my system is now running like a charm. On my previous attempts, Vista setup never came up after the first reboot! Io ho messo un MAC casuale, secondo te dovrei rimettere l’originale?
That will explain why Asus Support and some other people have no problems and the rest of us ‘s want to shoot ourselves and eat our Motherboards! Not worth sharing my method because of 1 and 2 above. The disks were quieter – no thrashing about as there had been with Maxtors. I have a replacement system on the way from Dell.
I need to keep an eye on the event logs. And now it gets interesting: Trying to sort out this raid issue.
Windows 7 installer not able to find SATA RAID device driver – Windows 7 Help Forums
The Intel bios reported that the single drive was a non-member, and the other 2 were successfully arrayed. Thursday, March 8, 8: Monday, February 26, 1: I was not able to install: I am still having the same problem. Anybody have better luck yet? Anybody know what is going on with this? S-L-O-W again, and many, many iastor rid.
Mainboard is Asus p5w dh deluxe, tried install with Marvell on and off, same result. Looks like we are all pretty much scr.
I don’t think so. For me the source-problem seems to be related to the intel-drivers, since I had no problems when running Vista RC2. Office Office Exchange Server. It should all now start up OK. This is how I could solve the problem: I suspect that ic7hmr left hand isn’t talking to the right hand.