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Maximus IV Extreme - Raid drive not spinning up in time

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Hey, so i'm having a problem with this board and two wd raptors. They're set up in raid 0. When I try to start up the computer one of the two drives isn't recognized by the raid (this is ONLY during a cold boot, after the computer has been shut down). I'm very positive this is because the drive doesn't have enough time to spin up.

Is there some sort of boot delay option within the bios so the drive has time to spin up? Gets pretty annoying that I have to go into the bios, and then just exit it so the drive has time to spin up.
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Bump....

Does anyone know of any way that I can delay the boot right after turning the computer on?
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Bump....

Does anyone know of any way that I can delay the boot right after turning the computer on?
There should be a setting or something in your BIOS that allows you to set the amount of time the "Press xxx to edit setup" prompt is displayed.
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There should be a setting or something in your BIOS that allows you to set the amount of time the "Press xxx to edit setup" prompt is displayed.
This is what I was told before I created a thread unfortunately I couldn't find an option. I posted in the maximus IV club and haven't heard anything there. Going to check again but I didn't find anything earlier
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