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Try Putting the 12.7.0.1022 driver on a USB Stick then at installation choose Load Driver
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post #2172 of 3922
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Originally Posted by Fraizer View Post

then its ask me drivers to continue the installtion.. i thinked this intel drivers are included in windows 8... or somthing wrong...
No, that is totally normal for RAID systems, which are managed by the Intel EFI SataDriver v12.x.x.xxxx.
You have to load an Intel RST(e) RAID driver v11.6 or higher as F6 driver. Do what garikfox has written. Copy the Intel RST(e) driver v12.7.0.1022 onto an USB Flash drive and load it. Then your RAID array will be detected by Win8 Setup.
post #2173 of 3922
yes sorry my english its not good and i am verry tired ^^

by error i take the dvd of windows 7... now i put the correct one the windows 8 and its ask me files in installation. I choose in bios this options : disabled cms and secure boot : windows uefi

and now windows 8 installation launch correctly but its ask me drivers i put your drivers of your first post in usb dongle and its ok but i have to choose the correct drivers in this big list...

if you have anidea to make me choose the correct one its welcome if not i have to try one by one ^^

thank you garikfox wink.gif
post #2174 of 3922
i had a similar problem using intel raid in windows 8. booting would take forever and it would not detect one of the hard drives even though it was perfectly fine. tried changing multiple settings in bios to fix it but finally i just gave up and changed the drives to ahci.
post #2175 of 3922
of course i did what he tell me like you ferando wink.gif


then i did this and its working but after the system reboot to continue this installation widows have blue error withe a smiley like this frown.gif after anotre blue screen withe if i remeber this error code 0x0000001 ican choose escape to go to uefi bios or F8 etc...

maybe i choose the wrong drivers line... :/


i have a Asus Maximus VI Gene withe last bios 0711 withe last RST Orom but i dont knwo what is the good one... maybe i heve this error for this...



i choose the line 64bits withe Raid
Edited by Fraizer - 7/14/13 at 1:00pm
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@ Fraizer:

The correct line is the 3rd from the bottom. It is the only one for an Intel Desktop SATA RAID Controller.
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yes fernando its the one i try the first time and its not work.

i make just now another try and this time windows 8 x64 install perfect ! But i dont knwo what happend.... somthing in bios uefi ? because in usb dongle in dont put the files for 32bits ?...

if you have any idea to understand you are welcome (i will make many windows 8 installtion in my job and i dont want to experiment problem like this :/
post #2178 of 3922
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if you have any idea to understand you are welcome (i will make many windows 8 installtion in my job and i dont want to experiment problem like this :/
There is nothing to worry about, if you
1. offer the correct INF file (in your case: iaStorAC.inf) of the suitable 32bit/64bit driver folder and
2. choose the Intel SATA AHCI/RAID Controller of your board/system.
I have done it very often and never ran into a problem.
post #2179 of 3922
thank you Fernando smile.gif

i have a last question i dont think its from rst orom but its normal in automatic my intel network card sync to 100mbits ? and when i want to put manualy 1gbits its disconected and tell me no lan ? (i use this on a DSL box withe 4x 1gbits switch)

something i need to update in the bios ?
Edited by Fraizer - 7/14/13 at 3:01pm
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i dont think its from rst orom but its normal in automatic my intel network card sync to 100mbits ? and when i want to put manualy 1gbits its disconected and tell me no lan ?
No, that is not normal. Maybe you should update the Ethernet driver.
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somthing i need to update in the bios ?
You can update the LAN ROM, if you want, but I am not sure, that it will solve your problem.
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