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The time now is 02:06. When a legacy product becomes a minority they just drop support because it's not worth their time. Booting during bios slows down, all drives fail to be detected, etc. At first I thought I had found the solution to this problem by pointing to the raid drivers that were on the motherboard disk, but even then the drives are not http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/283003-32-win7-doesn-raid-array
Windows 10 Not Seeing Raid
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In my bios, i have the raid array being set as bootable drive, second in line to my optical drive, which is the primary boot device. They use some version of those SI drivers themselves when they write the firmware and BIOS for their controller. I'm glad it's not the motherboard haha. http://www.overclock.net/t/1446696/help-windows-install-does-not-see-my-raid0-and-i-cant-figure-out-why You can't boot from a GPT partition.
My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom workstation /// Lenovo X61t tablet notebook OS Windows 7 RTM x64 CPU Core i7 980X @ 4.04GHz OC /// Core Duo L7500 @ 1.6GHz Intel Raid Drivers Also the raid array is my only connected disk, other than my optical drive. The operating system will not automatically partition and format the newly added space. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...
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I have deleted and rebuilt the array thinking that might have been the issue, but it has not changed anything. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/14998-windows-7-cant-find-raid-hdd.html My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom workstation /// Lenovo X61t tablet notebook OS Windows 7 RTM x64 CPU Core i7 980X @ 4.04GHz OC /// Core Duo L7500 @ 1.6GHz Windows 10 Not Seeing Raid Home Windows 7 install doesn't see RAID 10 drive after Adaptec 6805 drivers are loade by Russ_ on Feb 29, 2016 at 1:55 UTC | Server Hardware 0Spice Down Next: Home Windows 10 Raid Drivers I have the Silicon Image Ultra ATA/133 IDE RAID PCI Host Controller Card.
Windows 7 is loaded onto a bootable USB flash-drive (Originally was using a DVD-RW but it was causing grief as it wasn't detecting any drivers) On boot-up I hit Ctrl+F to http://fortecrm.net/windows-10/cannot-run-windows-16-bit-application.html Anything? If the RAID array created exceeds 2TB in total capacity please make sure that the version of Windows is able to support partitions greater than 2TB. Memory and Storage Jun 7, 2016 RAID on Windows Home Server Memory and Storage Oct 10, 2015 Windows Error: "Item cannot be found". Raid Controller Not Recognizing Drives
How can this issue be resolved? It sits there never loading. If you have larger then 2TB array then GPT is your choice if not then either is fine. #4 hennessy1, Mar 16, 2011 Matt_Stevens Senior member Joined: Dec 17, 2009 get redirected here So yes, apparently you'll need a driver from your controller maker.
Thanks. Windows 10 Raid Setup Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If anyone can discern from all this info if there is a setting wrong or if I am doing something wrong please let me know!
I have no idea and do not want to choose the wrong on.
I looked at the Silicon Image site, and they have drivers for a chipset that sort of looks like that one, but probably won't work. At this point I press Shift+F10 to bring up command prompt. I also went into Gparted and created a GPT partition table and formatted the single partition to NTFS. I believe the Windows install normally takes care of this but I did Windows 10 Raid 0 Follow the Partition wizard to partition and format the drive.
Thanks. Solutions? if anyone can explain to me what is happening here or how to fix it I would GREATLY appreciate it! http://fortecrm.net/windows-10/cannot-see-windows-pc-on-mac-network.html Drivers Can not find drive for Gigabyte Onboard Raid-ControllerGreetings!
But no mention of Win7. Plug that in when the machine boots. Turns out the initialization that occurs when i created the raid array that is supposed to erase the MBR only actually removed it from one drive, not both. I'm requesting an RMA from the retailer and this should solve the problem.
I'm a little clueless about what to do next. Once done, the drive should now be accessible either in 'My Computer' or Windows Explorer. If asked to convert the drive/array to Dynamic or Basic disk, Adaptec recommends leaving it at Basic. (Check with Microsoft for further information regarding a Basic vs Dynamic disk). New Posts Seeing UEFI splash screen, upon wake from sleep, Win10 64-bit, Z170 Latest: sandorski, Nov 8, 2016 at 2:04 AM Operating Systems XMP question Latest: VirtualLarry, Nov 8, 2016 at
the ONLY thing i saw was people saying "drivers, drivers, drivers." I done did the damned drivers! Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Does anyone know why there is so many sub-divisions of companies that duplicate brand name products rather than the brand name selling their product? So I am back one step to using windows 8 64 bit for my install, which isn't really a huge deal i guess but certainly irritating, since I also own a
I'm thinking since this is an all new system, Windows 7 64bit, I can go ahead and use the newer GPT?