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Should I set up Win 7 64 bit on a single X25M (not both in RAID configuration) and then hope to switch from traditional AHCI to RAID later on from within Windows?

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As much as I'd like to assist you on this ICG, I don't know enough about SSD to help walk you through RAIDing them.

Although, I would suggest to download the RAID driver direct from ASUS and use that. I don't believe that it would make much of a difference if you ran an Intel driver.

Just remember that if you go this route, that you need to load the driver with a thumbdrive and pull the drive before reboot. You might try this while not having anything plugged into the board that has any kind of storage on it. Cause Win7 will always attempt to format the device. It did that to the OCZ Sabre I had and tried to do it to the Voyager I have before I figured out what was going on and went with old skool tech to boot my system. Once I got the OS to take I swapped out to my modern devices.

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Should I set up Win 7 64 bit on a single X25M (not both in RAID configuration) and then hope to switch from traditional AHCI to RAID later on from within Windows?

Yes folks, That's Just How Desperate I AM to get this truck out of the ditch.

Kindly hold your laughter and justifiable criticism to a minimum. I am quite sensitive, you know.
it mite be best to install one ssd and one optic and then install windows
if at a later time you try to switch to raid then you will have to reinstall windows
    
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Should I set up Win 7 64 bit on a single X25M (not both in RAID configuration) and then hope to switch from traditional AHCI to RAID later on from within Windows?

Yes folks, That's Just How Desperate I AM to get this truck out of the ditch.

Kindly hold your laughter and justifiable criticism to a minimum. I am quite sensitive, you know.
Trying to find you some info...

I have read that you loose your TRIM function if you setup in the BIOS, the person who found this may not have set up the array in the following manner.

Should be, as you know..

sata 1-4 RAID
sata 5-6 IDE

From what I can see both ssd's need to have active partitions to be able to create an array you need to create the array in the RAID ROM before installing windows. How to use the RAID ROM is in the MOBO manual and looking through that doesn't make you a homo no matter what my Dad says!

How to create the driver disk for the array is also in the MOBO manual.

Why for you want dead SCSI-like tech mistah?
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I too wish I could add some unknown info for this SSD array, but as of yet I'm still holding off the SSD's till the smoke clears a little more and I can learn more about using these in RAID. Sorry Dennis, I know this is of absolutely no use to you but my 2 WD640 sata III 6GB's in RAID0 went so simply using the method ceadderman suggested (using the driver off the ASUS disk and thumb drive) I'm not sure I'd be even half as patient as you have been. I've been following your installation problem from the start, both here and on the CHV thread and can only pray that when I do cross over to SSD's at least I'll know who to ask when/if I have this kind of trouble. Hang in there buddy, I know eventually you'll get it fixed. After all, at least your in the best dang place (OCN) to find a solution.
 
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I cannot for the life of me get RAID setup on my Crosshair IV board so I can conjoin my two 80 GB Intel X25M SSD's to accommodate my Win 7 64 bit OS and Programs.

In addition to trying the RAID drivers on the Crosshair IV and the Crosshair V setup disks, I have downloaded drivers from AMD.

Here is a brief, though sad, update on my efforts:
Hey ICG,

Just use the unsigned drivers to install if they work, once you are in windows then you can update them from the ones you downloaded.

You have used the phrase "No Drives Found", So the drivers install, Win setup just does not detect the drives.

Yet, if you connect a standard HD, it is detected?

Put the DVD on the JMicro to get it out of the loop. That is something we have not tried. (let 5&6 defalt to raid)

Mine has always been on the JMicro, I cannot remember why.

Might have been a conflict with the SSDs. (It has been a while)

There has to be a way around this "issue".
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Should I set up Win 7 64 bit on a single X25M (not both in RAID configuration) and then hope to switch from traditional AHCI to RAID later on from within Windows?

Yes folks, That's Just How Desperate I AM to get this truck out of the ditch.

Kindly hold your laughter and justifiable criticism to a minimum. I am quite sensitive, you know.
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then hope to switch from traditional AHCI to RAID later on from within Windows?

Thats It!!!

Install Windows on a standard HDD with the two SSDs setup in RAID as a second drive. BTW, Install drivers for them when you get windows installed.

Then use Acronis (a drive clonning software) and clone the standard HDD to the SSDs in the RAID0.

Shut down and remove the HDD, and restart.

Go into BIOS and set the SSD Raid to your boot disk.
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Before I read the others from my good friend (hopefully HeadMixer, let me just say thank you to Sandman. You are, whatever my opinion is worth, a real Stand-Up guy; all of your kindness I sincerely appreciate.

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I've been following your installation problem from the start, both here and on the CHV thread and can only pray that when I do cross over to SSD's at least I'll know who to ask when/if I have this kind of trouble. Hang in there buddy, I know eventually you'll get it fixed. After all, at least your in the best dang place (OCN) to find a solution.
Quick reactions:

1) Yes, SSD's are still in their infancy and nobody knows for sure anything for sure (intended redundancy).

2) Yes, I am in the best place in the world to get a problem solved: #1 There are no blowhards here on OCN (by my experience) such that responders usually know what they are talking about and, most importantly, are very, very sincere in trying to assist; #2 OCN is second to no other site/group in the quality of its membership. (I know. I have been brought back nicely into the fold on occasion by a caring administrator. Class clown and all that being part of my "distinguished" resume. And I have never failed to tell them how much I appreciate their guidance.)

I'm a bit down now emotionally - and I am completely out of even "off the wall" silly stuff to try.
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Thats It!!!

Install Windows on a standard HDD with the two SSDs setup in RAID as a second drive. BTW, Install drivers for them when you get windows installed.

Then use Acronis (a drive clonning software) and clone the standard HDD to the SSDs in the RAID0.

Shut down and remove the HDD, and restart.

Go into BIOS and set the SSD Raid to your boot disk.
I have a paid up and current Acronis Home Edition and can easily do that. Right along the lines I was thinking though - but not nearly so BRILLIANT! I kept thinking of trying to set up my OS (Win 7 64 bit) on a single, non-RAID, SSD and then somehow (operative word "somehow" ) creating a full-RAID configuration.

HeadMixer, you have given me a definite and realistic direction to pursue.

But More Importantly

You have done much to repay that outstanding debt Texas has owed Tennessee for quite some time now!
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iamlongtime, very interesting post. Thanks!

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Should be, as you know..

sata 1-4 RAID
sata 5-6 IDE
Got that done.

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From what I can see both ssd's need to have active partitions to be able to create an array you need to create the array in the RAID ROM before installing windows.
"both ssd's need to have active partitions" Are you saying I could have screwed up here in not having the 2-SSD's in RAID configuration not recognized as a "valid drive" (my words cause I forget the exact error message I kept getting). What I did was create "Simple Volumes" but did not give great care as to whether or not they were marked "Active".

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How to use the RAID ROM is in the MOBO manual and looking through that doesn't make you a homo no matter what my Dad says!
Yeh, I know. I read it and I still feel pretty OK.

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How to create the driver disk for the array is also in the MOBO manual.
Yeh, and I'm sure it's stupid-easy and fail-safe. Except I have done that so many times and have failed so many times.

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Why for you want dead SCSI-like tech mistah?
O...K... Now that's an interesting question. Can you please elaborate.

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dead SCSI-like tech
Ah Hah! You read my earlier rants about RAID being for drunks, fools and people who need a hobby to kill time? Right back at ya, bro.

Actually, I have no choice. No other way to conjoin my two 80 GB SSD's than to do a deal with RAID. "... it was only business ..." (The Godfather)
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