ATI RAID Driver
Interface with ATI Hybrid CrossFireX supportIntegrated SATA 3Gb/s with RAID functionFeatures high speed Gigabit Ethernet and IEEEHigh quality dB. Insert the RAID Floppy Driver Disk before press “S” to load RAID Drivers or Professional Edition, Choose “ATI AHCI Compatible RAID Controller-x86 platform”. This package provides the necessary installation files of MSI P23 (FX) ATI RAID Driver version for Windows 7. If you already.
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ATI RAID Driver
Lost in setting up raid with ATI SB7x0/SB8x0/SB9x0
Server ornever the current one. Gigabyte's website and user manual both state supported operating systems in the product specifications: If the chipset company does not support Windows Server OS on the chipset, the board manufacturer will not be ATI RAID to ATI RAID it.
Its common knowledge to experienced users. So, now I have three useless motherboard How many years must you wait?
Your comments doesn't change my mind! So, my conclustion is: Stop all "lies" on ATI RAID marketing dokuments on your web-site and inform your costumers about the limitations or write the driver for Windows server.
GhislainG Nov 7,8: Then in the Device Manager, you may verify that the correct driver ATI RAID installed: The generic health value reported for secondary further drives of each arrays gives only an estimate: ATI RAID values corresponds to the generic health displayed in AMD RaidXpert tool for the appropriate hard disk, just Hard Disk Sentinel can also show ATI RAID complete hard disk ATI RAID for at least one member of each RAID arrays configured.
No improvement made by AMD for years The problem is that even if we both developers and thousands of users asked them in the years, they seem advance in the wrong direction as newer drivers even offer LESS functions they even removed the ability to detect any, even generic status of the secondary drives. This is not helpful at all.
ATI RAID It's like telling "turn on the light" when you ask, "how can I see in the dark": Nobody tells you that you need to make a swap partition and a root partition and how big they need to be. Google for it, you ATI RAID find lot's off info but all general stuff.
Why is there no How ATI RAID with steps on how to partition your disks and where the mount points have to be. After installation, restart the computer.
If you want to change from one mode to another after the ATI RAID has been applied, appropriate drivers are required. Bear in mind that ATI RAID you modify these settings without installing proper files first, the operating system will not be able to boot until changes are reverted or required drivers are applied.