Since I messed around with the new hdd’s so much I ended up removing the RAID config from them and started from scratch. Remember there are 2 so make sure you browse the floppy drive to find ALL drivers. All hdd’s are connected now and I boot up- XP recognises new hdd’s on the system and prompts me to setup. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. This will be your bootable drive you specify to boot to.
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Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. A RAID config program allowed me to convert them to non-raid. Configure your RAID array. The Promise chipset hdd’s bootup p4c8000-e as Drive C: Still waiting for a response from Asus helpdesk.
These are the ones that operate the ICH5R chipset. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. I don’t get this prompt.
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You can find detailed guides for Promise Controllers at www. Hi, Yes the hdd’s do “match”. It all worked fine. Don’t really want to install the same OS twice. There are no Intel drivers there because they havn’t been installed. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. I then install and use controllrr Intel Application Ssus Driver from the rakd cd which allows me to configure the two new hdd’s as a RAID 0 configuration.
It goes through the process of formatting after I select the type of drive. However- having said that- all the info about the chipsets and RAID is in the manual. Here you create your Array of drivers either striped or mirrored. What I’m expecting- since I’ve disconected the configured C: RAID arrays are best used for the storage of critical data files. This conversation is currently closed to new comments.
I’m now wondering if you can only use RAID configs with one chipset or the pc4800-e but not both.
ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i875P Series
Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. This is the one incidentally that I’ve sucessfully configured as the boot-up C: I have configured the BIOS as: You need to load a driver before the RAID volume can be accessed. The documentation clearly states that you can set up RAID configurations on either chipset connections.
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Once that was done then the BIOS and windows would “see” the new hdd’s easily. Since I messed around with the new arid so much I ended up removing the RAID config from them and started from scratch.
There are 2 sets of instructions for RAID setup.