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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-09-2009, 11:13 PM - Thread Starter
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well to start out.when installing windows 7,i get to a screen that tells me to update my Uli sata/raid controller driver,well i did all what the instruction told me to do.And still asking for the driver update.any ideas or anyway around this problem?

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Nvidia bought ULI and buried that chipset! That chipset is one of the best ever devised, Complete AGP and PCI-E compatibility. Blame Nvidia.

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hey folks
i've got the same problem, did anyone find a solution?
i extract of your signature that you've installed win 7 already?

i'd be verry happy if win 7 would run.. i have a copy of the 'professional' version.
hope that anyone can help me!
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I know this is an old thread, but I've seen this question all over the internets. I had the same problem with older hardware and Windows 7. So, if you have an Asus a8r32 mvp deluxe and are trying to get your RAID setup to work with Windows 7, this is what I did:
  • Download the uli drivers from nvidia http.download.nvidia.com/uli/uli_integrated220.zip
  • Extract the executable.
  • Download 7zip and extract all of the files from the executable
  • Go to your device manager and right click on the RAID controller icon that will be with the unknown devices. Choose install driver.
  • You MUST choose to navigate to the file that you have downloaded (first click the Browse to... button, then click the "Let me pick from a list...")
  • i just clicked 'show all devices' then 'Have Disk'
  • Navigate to where you extracted the files and go to one of the following folders:
    SATA/M5288/AMD64 for x64 and SATA/M5288/i386 for x86. (I can only confirm that the x64 one works... I haven't tried it for 32bit.)
  • Restart and your RAID arrays should show up.

I would imagine that you can use this method to install Windows 7 to a RAID array by using the driver in that folder at startup, but I don't know for sure. Maybe someone could test that and report back?

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Hi, i've tested your method for windows seven 32 bit professional.
The drivers run. all works fine.

I had a problem when restarting the system. But i hope it isn't caused by raid driver.
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Hi, i've tested your method for windows seven 32 bit professional.
The drivers run. all works fine.

I had a problem when restarting the system. But i hope it isn't caused by raid driver.
Awesome, glad to see it worked. Hopefully people with the same problem will be directed here.

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