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Can't Install Windows (16 posts) Started 7 years ago by SamDenst Latest reply from SamDenst Topic Viewed 3678 times SamDenst Posts: 10 This post has been reported. Len Len64bit Friday, June 14, 2013 10:11 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Disable RAID if you are not using it.Never be afraid to ask. The Windows XP installation process breifly indicates that, in order to install "third party" or "Raid" drivers, function key "F6" must be immediately pressed and, I understand, that it will only After decoding the channel can provide a hypothetical 300MB/s or 150MB/s transfer rate depending on the SATA generation used.

If not, try that to run Startup Repair a few times, making sure Win7 or its 100mb boot partition (preferred) are marked Active: Partition - Mark as Active (Method Two) . If i have to use the jumper, my harddrive didnt come with that little plastic/metal piece that you use for it. This forum has some of the best people in the world available to help. Can a countable number of intersections of subsets or their complements be the null set?

Windows Won't Boot In Raid Mode

In the bios would the sata drive be under the southbridge part or under the spot where it shows what order stuff will boot up, cd-rom, hdd, etc. http://www.nliteos.com/ Report • #3 Ewen May 14, 2012 at 17:16:59 Sorry... Your hard drive is probably a SATA II model (up to 300mb/sec burst data transfer speeds). Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft.

Is the SATA hard drive being detected there ?If the bios is NOT detecting it there....- Check your SATA data cables. Appreciate your patience.Niki Han TechNet Community Support

Thursday, June 13, 2013 8:51 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote Hi , "The system boots from using the So the only way to revert is to clear the CMOS. Switch From Ahci To Raid Disable all logos.

I started Disk Management and noticed that the partition was not set as Active. Report • #14 Tubesandwires December 1, 2010 at 08:13:27 As OtheHill said in response 1"You may have two types of SATA controllers.""Consult your motherboard manual."The download link where you get the As for my motherboard, I have four data slots for sata hdd's, also is anything different between a "mATA" or and "ATA" motherboard? Windows does support some RAID controllers out of the box.

Thanks Yes you can still boot from a drive attached to it as long as your motherboard/bios supports booting from a controller card and most do. Switch To Ahci Windows 10 Seagate's site says that their drives don't need additional drivers. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - try this by Sue T · 10 years ago In reply to OK go to this burst data transfer speed 3.0gb/second rating is in gigaBITS per second.The hard drive uses 10 BITS per BYTE. If it shows there you need to partition and format it.

Windows Won't Boot In Ahci Mode

OK, I reviewed your manual. http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/cant-boot-from-sata-drive/ lol. Windows Won't Boot In Raid Mode Does anyone have any idea about what I could have overlooked? Windows 10 Won't Boot In Raid Mode If that doesn't help, then the next logical thing to try is installing the jumper on the SATA II drive.

When you imaged the drive, it copied the boot.ini, which points to the IDE drive. http://txtbl.com/windows-10/cannot-boot-from-ssd-after-clone.html Then after I did all of that I thought I'd install the other 2 drives. Friday, June 14, 2013 10:21 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote JW, Setting the MB controller to Automatic RAID/AHCI did the trick. First it was 1&2, then some 1&3. Windows 10 Ahci To Raid

Mysterious creeper-like explosions How can I declare independence from the United States and start my own micro nation? I just want a extra drive for storage why does this have to be so difficult. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 Window 8 X64 JMA321 View Public Profile Find More Posts by JMA321 01 Sep 2013 #6 dlkj07 windows 7 64 3 it will not boot into Windows with this card...

Then I went into BIOS and set the boot priority to go CDROM, then HDD. Change Ahci To Raid Windows 10 When I change the Intel SATA controller to RAID mode in the BIOS, two things happen: First, I can't enter the BIOS menu after reboot (the keyboard becomes unresponsive, I've read None of them have worked until now.

Len64bit Saturday, June 08, 2013 11:46 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Please go to Windows Recovery Options, open command prompt and try the following command:

Also, for the maximum benefit of SATA devices, set them to AHCI which is Advanced Host Controller Interface. Keep in mind I also have 2 other HDDs so 3 in total. So, I've been looking through the manual some more. Install Raid Drivers Windows 10 Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Hermitt Posts: 1310 This post has been reported.

The boot drive appears as G: when using the repair disk. Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 11 total posts (Page 1 of 2)   01 | 02   Next + Follow this Discussion · | Thread display: lol. http://txtbl.com/windows-10/cannot-get-windows-boot-up.html Read the bios version and then erased the flash.

PLEASE HELP :huh: Hardware & Devices Video and touchpad drivers Wont load every other bootI have tried searching for this in the forums but I cant seem to find an answer. Please help. If I where to download the Southbridge Raid Driver again and install it would it mess up my comp if it was already installed? http://i51.tinypic.com/2nv6mc3.png Report • #9 Rob_H1979 November 23, 2010 at 18:41:50 Yea, I didn't want to boot from this hard drive, i think i messed up by saying i didnt boot up,

Adapter 1 No hard disk is detected" message is now gone. I read that I should enable RAID driver in Windows (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976) since the system was installed using AHCI mode, but that didn't changed a thing. I'll post back once I get up the courage to flash the BIOS. I just bought my harddrive 2 days and no one I know could help.

On fresh reboot it mirrored/repaired the drive and then booted. =D –Will.Beninger 15 hours ago add a comment| up vote 2 down vote You've got yourself a classic Microsoft Catch-22: Can't Keep your present drive as first unless your intent is to install Vista to the new drive. Once booted and everything is powered up, of course you could plug it in "hot". The SSD's boot image is somehow not compatible with the new SATA III controller...

had to edit this, I never noticed that you have no diskette drive."Your computer case has no floppy drive installed in it, but your mboard has the floppy data header on Ok so I experimented and it looks like the the Marvell Storage Boot ROM is a sub option of the Marvell Storage Controller.