Using the Nvidia controller with the bios raid parameters set as per the manual press f10 after post and the drives are recognised and can be configured as raid 0. Several functions may not work. The workround – either use a single sata drive or use an ide drive to install the os and then install the raid drivers, controllers, gui and set up the raid array in windows. This is said to increase performance, but there is an inherint security risk, as if one drives dies, the whole array will be broken and you will lose data. I spoke to a tech at asus support and got the following info: Bearing in mind that d is a raid array can I use ghost or disk image or that sort of program to do it?
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I know nothing about setting up RAID. Several functions may not work.
Setting up RAID with K8N-E Deluxe Mobo – Internal Hardware
You would be surprized at what type of errors could show up due to a little memory error. IF they are not included in the Raid they should be disabled. I don’t think this Faq is posted yet in Asus support site. The workround – either use a single i8n-e drive or use an ide drive to install the os and then install the raid drivers, controllers, gui and set up the raid array in windows.
And yes I have tried another floppy drive but it had no effect. Using the Nvidia controller I have changed the ram for another stick [tested ok], changed the floppy drive and the cable. K8N-E raid setup I have now given up on the SI raid controller because no matter how I set the parameters for it windows keeps telling me there are no hard drives in the computer.
I want to configure a raid 0 array using two IBM gb sata drives, problem is as follows: Please k8n-s in to reply. Bearing in mind that d is a raid array can I use ghost or disk image or that sort of program to do it? Are the bios raid settings for the 2 controllers on pages and correct. This is said to increase performance, but there is an inherint security risk, as if one drives dies, the whole array will be broken and you will lose data. These settings are for using the Dual Raid.
What happens to my C drive? As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are eaid in. The raid array is set up and ok in bios, win setup starts ok,I can load the Nvidia drivers at the f6 prompt, setup continues, it sees the hard drive, it will format it, but raaid loading more files it starts ‘windows initialization’ and the next message is ‘cannot load navraid.
Using the Nvidia controller with the bios raid parameters set as per the manual press f10 after post and the drives are recognised and can be configured as raid 0.
Asus K8N-E Deluxe User Manual: Silicon Image Raid Configurations
K8N-E raid setup many thanks for the m8n-e response. In the Chipset category of the Bios under the sub category of OnBoard Device you have enable the Raid option Rom, then enable the third master and fourth master?
K8N-E raid setup You have to load the Raid and storage controller drivers. Have see people thru here before with the same sort of problem, and in the end it was a bad floppy disk.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Community Forum Software by IP. Raid 1 you will be able to save the data on 1 dfrive. With raid-0 you store data across all the drives in the array. K8N-E raid setup I don’t know if it is relevent in your situation, but evidently there is some problem with sata hard drive detection in bioses before