If you do not want to register, fill this field only and the name will be used as user name for your post. Password Please enter a password for your user account. You should now have a RAID controller that requires drivers. Go into bios can change the HDD detect timeout time. Once you see a RAID controller in device manager, you are hot to trot. Once there are no hardware installation prompts or restart notifications. Further information As suggested by tanantish this is also documented in the Microsoft Knowledgebase article Error message occurs after you change the SATA mode of the boot drive KB Let me fix it myself Important This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry.
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Boot into Windows 7 and you should be prompted to restart.
Posting Guidelines Contact Moderators. Anyway, here are some helpful links I found when researching this problem: I have not done any benchmarking, but from what I have researched I am hoping to create a base image of the the OS and drivers for a backup once I have everything installed.
This is all on windows 7 64BIT. Originally Posted by Sin Dec 19, Posts: Why bother with such labor and additional restarts?! Should I install any of the drivers I have not already installed? Save changes and exit. I check under Windows Disk Manager and it does not show the new drive in there which makes sense I guess.
I am hoping to create preinsyall base image of the the OS and drivers for a backup once I have everything installed. Link only posts are and are strongly discouraged on all stack exchange sites, since links often go stale.
In the Windows start menu search box type “regedit” without the quotes then right click the entry and click “Run as Administrator” then enter your user credentials for the UAC prompt then click yes to open regedit. Re-install is never an option!
How To Install Gigabyte Sata2 Preinstall Driver –
I read hundreds of posts on multiple forums and was never able to find a solution, so I figured it out myself. I then tried Intel’s Rapid Storage Technology drivers which apparently is the same as the one offered at Gigabyte’s sitebut it resulted in exactly the same error. Install your RAID drivers.
I have downloaded all of the drivers from Gigabyte website but some of them seem unnecessary. You must have the hard drives you will be using in your RAID, a different hard drive with your current Windows 7 installation, and an external hard drive for an OS image DVDs or Blu-Rays would work, but much more time consuming. OR the drive is dead. The ICH or Gigabyte’s?
How Do I Install the AHCI Drivers After Installing Windows 7 Registry is NCQ Already
Note that passwords are case-sensitive. Thu Jul 22, 2: Shut down the computer. Remember Facebook Google Twitter. To answer most of your questions: