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The reason why you are getting bluescreens is because windows is loading the wrong drivers. To correct this, download the drivers to a thumb drive. Get your windows installation disk out, boot from it, go to the recovery console, if it doesn't find your windows installation, click on load drivers (or something to that effect) and load the raid drivers. Then it should you should beable to have windows fix the problem. It will see it doesn't have those drivers, load them up. Reboot and you should be good to go.
 
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Crucial M4 256GB HP dvd1160i Windows 7 x64 Ultimate Samsung BX2231  
MonitorMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Samsung BX2231  Samsung BX2231  Panasonic 42" Plasma  Ducky Shine Green LED with Red Switches 
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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Shion314 View Post
I heard software arrays don't give you the real performance RAID does.
Your right. And unless you have an expensive RAID controller in your laptop, you won't notice a difference, as your processor will be handling the overhead either way.

Something has to process the overhead of handling the data going to the two drives. On a cheap RAID card, the drivers put the load on the CPU anyway.
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Well I fixed the problem. Just set the BIOS to RAID and set up the Volume then reinstalled W7 on my SSD. Checking the speed now I'm getting the RAID performance I want. Thanks guys.
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