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Vista warning: Reset to device \Device\RaidPort0 was issued

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Anyone else running Vista with ther 680i chipset?

Running Vista (Ult 32bit). One issue I'm seening is an warning in the event viewer, stating:

nvstor Reset to device \\Device\\RaidPort0 was issued

(So "nvstor" is the Nvidia device driver for the SATA controller)

Happens about once a day (ish), but when it happens the whole system locks up. Note that I am not using an RAID at all, standard JBOD and RAID is disabled in the BIOS.

HW List:

- Asus P5N32-E SLI NF680i SLI, S 775
- Intel Core 2 Duo E6600, Socket 775
- Zalman CNPS9700-NT nVidia Tritium
- 320MB XFX 8800GTS XT, PCI-E (x16)
- 2GB (2x1GB) Corsair Twinx XMS2, DDR
- 74 Gb Western Digital WD740ADFD Rap

Did a search on the web and found a potential fix was to disabling "Native Command Queuing", which I have tried - so only time will tell.

Anyone else seen this?
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post #2 of 6
Nope...not yet anyway*crosses fingers*I'm using the Evga NF68 and Vist Ult. 64,though it's a driver issue so prolly doesnt matter.I have gone out of my way to use anything but the Nvidia drivers.They seem to be made to f#@k a good system up.
post #3 of 6
No problems with my 680i and vista.
post #4 of 6
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Think I might have found something wrong....

The drivers listed were under the "Storage Controllers" in the Device manager, and looking at the driver files, they seemed to include a set of RAID related files.

Manually updates the drivers from the "sata_ide" driver directory, and now they've moved to the "IDE ATA" device section, have a different version number and no longer reference the RAID related driver files.

I guess it's just wait and see if the lockups still keep happening.
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post #5 of 6
I had the same issue in Home Premium Vista 64bit edition on my 650 nforce motherboard.

If you are not actually using a RAID array in your system and you just have SATA drives that are giving you this problem (like I did) then you can just go into your Device Manager under "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers" and uninstall the offending Nvidia RAID drivers. This worked for me and I haven't seen this error since then.
post #6 of 6
Thanks cactuar, I had the same problem as you except in Windows 7 (and 3 years later lol), and your solution worked for me as well.

On top of removing "Device 0" and "Device 1" from "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers" in Device Manager and then scanning again for hardware changes, I also disabled the NVIDIA nForce RAID Controller under "Storage Controllers" in Device Manager as well. I knew the RAID Storage Controller had something to do with it, because when I actually removed it my PC froze up for quite a while.

So far so good.
Edited by shanfrancisco - 8/31/10 at 7:50am
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