There has to be another way so that two SATA drives can be installed independantly of one another. I feel like I have a handle on this now. Dec 30, Posts: I just used “Auto” to include this drive as an ordinary drive on IDE 3. Then it goes on, saying that the BIOS is not installed. It is in the manual, but you will need to refer to the separate included manual for the Promise is that it?
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Good news on that one, How is the Raid setup going?
Accessing RAID BIOS Setup on K7N2 Delta-ILSR
Then it goes on, saying that the BIOS is not installed. I haven’t gone that IDE 3 route myself. Fri Mar 12, 8: Thanks for the help, guys I just used “Auto” to include this drive as an ordinary drive on IDE 3. If it is ONLY at first startup, then when is the definition of “first raud Thu Mar 11, 3: Mon Feb 23, 4: There is no documentation on the drive that says that a single drive must not have a jumper!?
Home Help Search Login Register. Mon Feb 23, 1: I’ve searched here as well, but it seems to only let me setup as raid 0 or 1.
Cool, thanks for that one, wonkanoby, option 1 worked. Am I missing something here.
Can MSI K7N2 Delta ILSR SATA RAID controller do JBOD?
So how is this done? I assume this would be under integrated peripherals. I know that I must be missing something simple here, but darned if I know what it eaid.
Tue Feb 24, 2: Dec 30, Posts: I will give it a crack this afternoon when the parts come in. I have read all through the SATA manual, but it does not say anything about going into the setup utility on second and subsequent bootups. I set one of these boards up for my father earlier this month and it would not allow me to get past the RAID setup or else the machine would just sit idle if a RAID config was not identified.
Originally posted by continuum: The HPT just scans and finds the required drives and they are there. Check and see if there is an option in the bios to change the RAID controller’s configuration to rwid normal drive controller. Aug 22, Posts: I’m not familiar with that particular board from memory, but it might be there.
Jul 1, Posts: Seems he got it working now Stilup I have tried all things to reset the motherboard and they do not work: Removing the power raix connectors 3. It’s on the label on top of the HD usually Sorry to bump an old thread, but I’m having the same problem as Rob.
With his machine I had to set it up as one drive running RAID 0 to get the drive to actively boot for the install. Mon Feb 23, 7: M7n2 7, Posts: