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GhislainGJan 2, 2013, 2:52 AM If your PC doesn't meet the minimum requirements, then the ICH10R isn't in RAID mode. maybe try a firmware upgrade etc.. I presume the SSD is your boot device? Once the process is complete, EasyRE will report its findings. check over here

Oddly enough If I look under Disk Drives in Device manager I see one disk called "Mirror" which is the volume I named the RAID 1 array while RAID was enabled was so surprised it worked I didn't attempt to get any more recent ones.I am having occasional issues with not being able to find a boot device to be honest so STOP 0x00007B (0xFFFFF8800097E8, 0xFFFFFFC000034, .... tikigod19Jan 18, 2013, 2:35 AM turns out it was the SSD causing the issue.. http://superuser.com/questions/82130/after-enabling-raid0-blue-screen-of-death

I am in stalling Windows 7 Ultimate and I don't remember seeing the prompt to push f6 to install any extra drivers. If what you really planned was to have a reliable backup system for your HDD, RAID1 is NOT that! I agree that it is awkward to switch. –William Hilsum Dec 12 '09 at 6:55 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote accepted OK, the answers here are not entirely Still didnt work though, am I miss understanding that idealogy?

Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. What a rookie mistake. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guest) Your All vendors support only that solution. share|improve this answer edited Nov 25 '14 at 1:05 Rsya Studios 2,66821121 answered Nov 24 '14 at 23:19 Rafi 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign

So I pluged in my OS drive into there and left it on IDE. IDE is the most-basic mode and treats the SATA controller in the same way legacy IDE controllers treated ATA drives: the controller itself contains almost no read/write-related logic and simply serves The only fix really is to reinstall Windows. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2215695/build-raid-causing-windows-blue-screen-crash.html Ideally, that space is in another location from your computer to guard against flood, fire, etc.

I dont know if they're designed to be installed any other way other than through windows but as you can see I tried that and that didnt work either.I really appreciate I tried to look online to find the up to date drivers but there were so many to choose from I didnt know where to start... Format accordingly (If Microsoft Windows 7 install does not format for you.) Jessica Windows Outreach Team ┬ľ IT Pro #12 winoutreach5, Dec 21, 2011 (You must log in or sign After making a bootable usb with windows 7 it failed to recognize the hard drives (I have a 32 GB SSD and 750 GB HDD).

Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... thanks! #1 JBT, Dec 11, 2011 Last edited: Dec 12, 2011 JBT Lifer Joined: Nov 28, 2001 Messages: 12,092 Likes Received: 0 Its possible I installed Windows 7 on the I then went into bios and turned the intel controller mode to RAID, and then on next restart booted from windows disc to install for the 6th time in 24 hours..When I wish to undo the Raid and make them individual drives.

Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > check my blog When the bootloader (either NTLDR in the case of Windows XP or BOOTMGR in the case of Windows Vista and Windows 7) begins to load an operating system based on the Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? thx gl #3 tweakboy, Dec 11, 2011 Informant X Senior member Joined: Jan 18, 2000 Messages: 838 Likes Received: 0 I think you have to clean install if you switch

when I installed windows I had the intel controller mode set to AHCI. My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 . asked 7 years ago viewed 5548 times active 2 years ago Blog Women in the 2016 Stack Overflow Survey Linked 1 Is it possible to enable RAID 1 without reinstalling Windows? http://quodsoftware.com/blue-screen/blue-screen-error-while-installing-windows-xp.html tikigod19Dec 31, 2012, 12:01 AM crucial m4 256gb GhislainGDec 31, 2012, 12:48 AM I would contact Crucial support as they may be able to help.

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Now it won't even stay in Windows for a minute without crashing.

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My setup was now this: C: (128 GB SSD) with windows installed on it. I couldn't get raid to work after the OS was originally installed in ahci mode so I had to reinstall the OS. #6 bryanW1995, Dec 12, 2011 iamgenius Senior member Could be coincidence though Click to expand... have a peek at these guys They mainly happen when I walk away from the machine and it sits for awhile.