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Originally Posted by sudosub;12221749 
I setup the raid0 and even formatted the two ssd's in gparted to ntfs (thinking windows would actually see them this way). When I go to load the AMD Raid driver during windows 7 x64 installation I try to load the 64 bit AMD Raid/AHCI driver and it doesn't take.

However I am able to load the 32 bit driver and then Windows displays the raid I created and am able to install windows. However, after installation, when the computer reboots for the first time, it gets to the "Starting Windows" logo splash intro and immediately BSOD's and reboots the computer. I'm guessing it is doing this because I am only able to install a 32bit driver for a 64bit OS installation? Any ideas what is wrong here or why I am not able to load the 64bit driver?

Dont know if if because you formatted the drives, just secure erase them. I had no probs when I had two Vertex 2,s in raid0 just a long process installing them as I had never done raid before with any drives. I found a lot of things slower with raid, boot time for one added 11-12 seconds and virus scan time DOUBLED from a single drive, I sold one on and went back to a single vertex

I just followed this was a breeze [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L--ByVvXqw&feature=related[/ame]

And this [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch_RDNSX5V8[/ame]

Also when u do get raid up and running dont forget to install AMD RaidXpert
and enable NCQ this will speed the set up, up...

When you do get it set up your speeds should be around here [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2sDzOVeCos[/ame]

The picture shows what to tick in RaidXpert
Edited by moonmanas - 4/9/11 at 11:14am
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Dont know if if because you formatted the drives, just secure erase them. I had no probs when I had two Vertex 2,s in raid0 just a long process installing them as I had never done raid before with any drives. I found a lot of things slower with raid, boot time for one added 11-12 seconds and virus scan time DOUBLED from a single drive, I sold one on and went back to a single vertex

I just followed this was a breeze http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L--ByVvXqw&feature=related

And this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch_RDNSX5V8

Also when u do get raid up and running dont forget to install AMD RaidXpert
and enable NCQ this will speed the set up, up...

When you do get it set up your speeds should be around here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2sDzOVeCos

The picture shows what to tick in RaidXpert

I think it has something to do with either the Gigabyte drivers and/or the settings in the bios, just cant figure out what it is.
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Ok its been a while since I set raid up, but from what I recall you enter raid in the bios to bring up the raid part of bios. input the size of disks etc, raid0 and all that. i cant think if you need to install any mobo drivers at that stage. if u do have them on a usb and point to it.

i thint the part where u exit that where you get the drive options "advanced" etc is where you need to click on load drivers and load the mobo raid drivers.

Obvisly forget what I said about AMD raidXpert!
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