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post #21 of 24
You need to do the IDE to ACHI/RAID hack

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=313676

Try that before you change the mode, I assume it BSOD on you when you changed it.

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post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by compuman145 View Post

You need to do the IDE to ACHI/RAID hack
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=313676
Try that before you change the mode, I assume it BSOD on you when you changed it.
Comps

I did try that, but the 'start' value was already '0'. I also went and found nvraid (or similar) and that had 'startoveride' to which I changed from '3' to '0'. I rebooted into BIOS and changed from IDE to RAID but when I restarted again it said it could not find an operating system.

I guess it's because I did it wrong, but I want to use nForce RAID drivers to see if they are any better, if not then I'd try Microsoft ones?

Could you assist me any further with how to change from IDE to RAID?

Thanks
post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by Spooke View Post

Would my OS be affected by a firmware update at all? Once it's been updated (if it's not already on the latest firmware) then if I plug it back into my system it should work exactly like before?

I have update the 830s non-destructively, and I believe in general people report no data loss when updating them.

BUT

I'd _never_ trust a firmware update not to wipe a drive.

Assume it'll wipe it, even if the chances are 99.9% that it won't, and do a windows image first.
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16GB G-Skill DDR3 1600MHz 256GB Samsung 830 SSD 512GB Samsung 830 SSD 256 GB Samsung PB22-J SSD 
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1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3 2TB Samsung Spinpoint F4 Asus BW-12B1LT Custom loop with external radbox 
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Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Crossover 27Q LED-P Crossover 27Q LED-P Optoma GT720 
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post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by BorisTheSpider View Post

I have update the 830s non-destructively, and I believe in general people report no data loss when updating them.
BUT
I'd _never_ trust a firmware update not to wipe a drive.
Assume it'll wipe it, even if the chances are 99.9% that it won't, and do a windows image first.

Thanks for the info, my SSD is already on the latest firmware.
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