Does x64 require a SATA RAID Driver to install non-RAID SATA D

Does x64 require a SATA RAID Driver to install non-RAID SATA D

Post by VGhlb3JldG » Sat, 16 Jul 2005 11:02:01


This information is very helpful thank you. As I stated above I have a
silicon image RAID Chip that can be set to become 4 extra SATA ports! I am
using nForce3 and have only been using Serial ATA. It made me very happy when
I installed WinXP32 SP0 7 months ago and it recognized it without a hitch.

Thanks again!
 
 
 

Does x64 require a SATA RAID Driver to install non-RAID SATA D

Post by Charlie Ru » Sun, 17 Jul 2005 00:13:05

Even if you don't _require_ drivers, the reports I saw a while back about the
speed of the native drivers suggested that updating to chip specific ones
would generally be a good move.

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Does x64 require a SATA RAID Driver to install non-RAID SATA D

Post by John Barne » Sun, 17 Jul 2005 00:24:03

Let us know if you have or know of a non RAID SATA driver for the Nforce3 or
Nforce4 chipset.
 
 
 

Does x64 require a SATA RAID Driver to install non-RAID SATA D

Post by Charlie Ru » Tue, 19 Jul 2005 14:45:37

I will, John. But since I don't have an Nvidia board at this point, I'm not
really actively looking. My second box is almost identical with my first
box -- an ASUS A8V. Makes life easier. Next one will have to be intel,
though. Just to cover my bases. (well, next one not counting the Ferrari. I'm
still hoping to get one of those in the next couple of weeks.)

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