Took it back to the shop and they tried it out and it showed straight away. I’ve emailed ASUS to see what they say, but they say not to expect an answer for 48 hours ie Tuesday!. Thanks I should have been a little more clear. Como bien dice Dreadnought, estas instalando los drivers para raid. In either case, make sure the drive is jumperd correctly. I upgraded to the latest BIOS but that doesn’t make any difference Could someone please help out as I don’t want to be stuck with a hard drive I can’t use Many thanks in advance.
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When you say it’s not in BIOS do you mean that it’s not listed as an available boot device, since I think that’s the only place that you would see it? Help please, has anyone got the support cd for this board, or can tellmewhere toget thedriversfor it coz i cant get emoff asus.
I’ve emailed ASUS to see what they say, but they say not to expect an answer for 48 hours ie Tuesday!. I will try enabling the onboard promise controller tonight.
RAID 0, ASUS K8V-X, VIA HD Controller – How to set up?
Looking forward to your findings. Hi I have a solution to this problem. I built this computer and didn’t mess with at all, just assembled the parts and it works really well and has no problems with PT. I hope this is the correct place to post this. There is no mention of RAID 0.
In either case, make sure the drive is jumperd correctly. I also moved the jumper to what I thought I was limiting the drive to 1. Enter the bios and make sure you have the sata controller enabled.
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ASUS K8V-X won’t see SATA drive
No, create an account now. The board I believe you need the raid drivers to install the OS to a sata drive. If you want to solve the Asus K8v Se Deluxe.
You can use WinRar k8f extract it. Asus All in on PC won’t boot even tho power light on chriswrayFeb 6,in forum: This trundles through OK and then asks for the floppy.
You said no yellow marks in Device Manager, but was the drive listed at all before the jumper change? Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. There’s nothing wrong with using a RAID capable disk controller. If it’s the system drive, Primary would be best and the drive should be recognized in by the XP boot CD.
Sata Raid Drivers for ASUS K8V-SE Deluxe motherboard
Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by belvederSep 14, Let’s just cover the basics first. If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Have you found the sata controller under integrated peripherals?
I think every harddisk manufacturer has a utility like this, check there.
And it’s working ie. Asus K8v Se Deluxe Manual I would suggest making a ide boot 2 seagate sata raid 0 2 g wd sata raud 0. I know that I need to copy assus drivers from the mobo disk to a floppy in order Remember, there’s 2 different drivers for the promise controller, the raid driver, and the ATA mode.
Would it be more wise to make it my main boot drive? Join the community here.