Originally Posted by parsec
If you did not install Windows in RAID mode, you just can't change to RAID, the PC won't boot.
With the SATA mode set to RAID, none of the drives will suddenly become RAID arrays! You must configure each RAID array manually. I have RAID set in my BIOS, and no RAID arrays created, works just fine.
OK so since I did not install windows when raid was selected I would have to re install windows ad then setup raid?
I reinstalled windows with bios set as RAID, but no raid arrays configured, and now i am getting this error , The driver \Driver\WUDFRd failed to load for the device ACPI\PNP0A0A\2&daba3ff&1. and i researched and it seems to be a raid issue. But i cannot go back in bios nd change out of raid, since windows was installed with RAID set inbios, if I go to ahci windows wont boot.Anything i can do to fix this issue?