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What do you mean by into the windows setup?
I was verifying if you were talking about the Windows 7 setup screen for where you were not seeing the array. I guess part of my first post did apply. But since you have Windows installed already you should be able to install the RAID driver from the disc and hopefully alleviate the problem.
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post #12 of 14
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I wasn't aware mobo disc contained those drivers. Or that drivers were required for RAID created in BIOS. That and I was under impression Win7 install, unlike xp, put all those drivers in place.

I'll check the disc for drivers. How would I go about initiating their installation? I don't see anything on the splash screen to the effect of RAID drivers.
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Fire up your disk and see what you have. You should be able to install the drivers straight from windows.
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I wasn't aware mobo disc contained those drivers. Or that drivers were required for RAID created in BIOS. That and I was under impression Win7 install, unlike xp, put all those drivers in place.

I'll check the disc for drivers. How would I go about initiating their installation? I don't see anything on the splash screen to the effect of RAID drivers.
You create the array from your built in controller that your motherboard recognizes, but Windows still needs the software to recognize it. Windows 7 has a nice library of drivers, but it's far from complete. There are still instances where you need to install the driver yourself. As for your particular motherboard and driver disc I can't really comment on. You can always download the drivers from their website as well.
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