Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Hi, Yes the hdd’s do “match”. Join the community here , it only takes a minute. I disconected the system disks, connected both new disks to the Intel connectors and booted up. The Promise Controller is not You must log in or sign up to reply here.

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There are no Intel drivers there because they havn’t been installed. This conversation is currently closed to new comments. I checked on a few things.

ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe – motherboard – ATX – Socket 478 – i875P Series

You just have to know what you’re looking for. Yes, my password is: I disconected the system disks, connected both new disks to the Intel connectors and booted up.

Configure your RAID array. Reset Post Submit Post. Any advice on this would be appreciated. This will be your bootable drive you specify to boot to.

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I’m running Windows XP Pro. The Promise chipset hdd’s bootup fine as Drive C: You can find detailed guides for Promise Controllers at www.

Funny when you answer your own question pc4800-e it! This should start the Intel Raid configuration process. The information there may be helpful. Once you create the array, you’ll reboot. The OS would then recognise this setup too with the proper drivers for both chipsets installed and identified in Device Manager.

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I have assu the BIOS as: RAID arrays are best used for the storage of critical data files. You need to load a driver before the RAID volume can be accessed. Here you create your Array of drivers either striped or mirrored. These are the ones that operate the ICH5R chipset. I think the manual isn’t clear enough on setting up a second RAID.

Still waiting for a response from Asus helpdesk. You have 2 sets of SATA connectors on the motherboard.


I also have tried the other option: It goes through the process of formatting after I select the type of drive. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. Once that was done then the BIOS and windows would “see” the new hdd’s easily. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.

I’m now wondering if you can only use RAID configs with one chipset or the other but not both. A RAID config program allowed me to convert them to non-raid. All hdd’s are connected now and I boot up- XP recognises new hdd’s on the system and prompts me to setup.