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hey guy's i have had a raid0 for my os/games for nearly a year now, and i decided to add to it so i got 2 more 512gb and put them in there own raid.

this is where the problem starts i can see the raid all fine in the bios and in the raid setup(shift+F area after bios) but my windows won't pick it up do i need to do a clean install or will the onboard raid card not support it? i don't really see the raid card not supporting it as iv'e had my HDD on the same set sata's as the raid since the beginning.

i have a sabertooth rev 2 for amd3+ if that make any difference to what raid controller it has.

it doesn't show up in disk management either
 

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hey guy's i have had a raid0 for my os/games for nearly a year now, and i decided to add to it so i got 2 more 512gb and put them in there own raid.

this is where the problem starts i can see the raid all fine in the bios and in the raid setup(shift+F area after bios) but my windows won't pick it up do i need to do a clean install or will the onboard raid card not support it? i don't really see the raid card not supporting it as iv'e had my HDD on the same set sata's as the raid since the beginning.
did you activate the virtual array in the hard disk management?
 

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If your referring to right clicking it in hard disk management and formatting and mounting it, i say yes i would've if it would show up there but it doesn't.
Install your raid drivers in windows. Sometimes you need their management software.
 

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i thought it wouldn't be needed considering my first raid is working fine... i don't like too many programs on my pc is all...
Did you try it? If its a mobo Intel raid, It has raid drivers and management software to install in OS. Also make sure your raid actually took during POST setup, if you didn't save, it wouldn't work.
 

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Did you try it? If its a mobo Intel raid, It has raid drivers and management software to install in OS. Also make sure your raid actually took during POST setup, if you didn't save, it wouldn't work.
it shows in the UEFI but i found something i can do legacy raid or uefi raid would it make a diffrence? i also reinstalled the latest raid driver's but there's no management software for it.
 
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