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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    You may need to reinstall windows if the file system is corrupted, otherwise no.
    If I've formated the primary partiton too.

    Set SATA and Native mode as they were before and setup rain again.
    Done

    Or you can skip optimized default for now, just increase MCH Core.
    Done and nothing works


    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    What is CPU and PCI Drive under Advanced Clock Control?
    900-800 mV in F11d Bios

    700-700 mV in F10 Bios

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    Quote Originally Posted by artdrivers View Post
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    The Gskill F2-8500CL5D-4GBPK memory voltage should be manually set to 2.1v in BIOS.
    I had set memory voltage manually when I upgraded memory but system keept unstable. Now are set in auto due I use optimized default as was said to me here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ack View Post
    Or you can skip optimized default for now, just increase MCH Core.
    Done and nothing works
    How do you mean? Still crash/freez/BSOD? How high did you set MCH Core?


    Quote Originally Posted by ack
    900-800 mV in F11d Bios

    700-700 mV in F10 Bios
    800-900 means optimized defaults, 700-700 fail-safe defaults.

    EDIT: try to disable XMP and Performance Enhance set to standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    How do you mean? Still crash/freez/BSOD? How high did you set MCH Core?
    Black screen and white cursor blinks after a "DMI pool" message.

    Now I've preloaded P45 Intel rapid Storage Raid drivers for win 7 64bits during the win 7 64bits installation process by USB via. (When I previously installed win 7 32bits, raid settings were automatically detected)


    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    EDIT: try to disable XMP and
    I'm going to check that option.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Performance Enhance set to standard.
    That has been already done.

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    Ack, is your windows going to be on the arrays, or are they spare drives?

    You want your MAIN OS disk or array to start with port 0 yellow, then set RAID at the upper portion of the BIOS (Just checking to be sure you are not setting RAID at the middle/bottom). Then connect any spare drives on the ports following your main OS drive/array.

    And be sure your MAIN OS disk or array is at the top of the list in Advanced BIOS setting Hard Disk Boot Priority. Remove any USB Devices you have connected except for mouse/KB as those will be fine. You do not have to install drivers for RAID with windows 7, they are included, but you can if you want. If you do, only insert your USB stick when you get to the load driver section, then you can leave it connected until the install is finished.

    Integrated Peripherals

    Intel Controller (Yellow Ports)
    SATA RAID/AHCI Mode (Intel ICH10R Southbridge) ............. RAID
    SATA Port0-3 Native Mode ................................... Enabled (or Disabled, both will work)

    You may want to test a cleanly burned install disk, as the one you are using may be messed up. If you burn again please be sure you use the slowest setting for the burn, this is very important.

    If you continue to have hassles, just install windows with one stick of memory, you can put the second one in later as this is not important to install with all memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ack, is your windows going to be on the arrays, or are they spare drives?
    My windows is placed in a spare non-raid disk
    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You want your MAIN OS disk or array to start with port 0 yellow, then set RAID at the upper portion of the BIOS (Just checking to be sure you are not setting RAID at the middle/bottom). Then connect any spare drives on the ports following your main OS drive/array.
    My primary partition is placed in a non-raid disk on port 0 since it was created in order to avoid this kind of problems
    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    And be sure your MAIN OS disk or array is at the top of the list in Advanced BIOS setting Hard Disk Boot Priority.
    I'm pretty sure of that. I've booted it with F12 key even

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    Remove any USB Devices you have connected except for mouse/KB as those will be fine.
    Done, even I disable usb storage function from BIOS with no success.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You do not have to install drivers for RAID with windows 7, they are included, but you can if you want. If you do, only insert your USB stick when you get to the load driver section, then you can leave it connected until the install is finished.
    Yes, I've done exactly this on my last try.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Integrated Peripherals

    Intel Controller (Yellow Ports)
    SATA RAID/AHCI Mode (Intel ICH10R Southbridge) ............. RAID
    SATA Port0-3 Native Mode ................................... Enabled (or Disabled, both will work)
    I've tested both options with no success

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You may want to test a cleanly burned install disk, as the one you are using may be messed up. If you burn again please be sure you use the slowest setting for the burn, this is very important.
    I've burned two copies of the win 7, and then I've borrowed a tested copy from a friend. Any difference, everyrhing looks equal.


    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    If you continue to have hassles, just install windows with one stick of memory, you can put the second one in later as this is not important to install with all memory.
    I really think the cause of this problem is here.
    ICHR10 RAID 5 windows 7 installation - drivers - windows-7

    The resolution which was found on Microsoft's web site was using an unattended answer file (they provide) and the extracted drivers for the video card. The DMI drivers did not ship with the Win 7 DVD. There is no VGA output on the video card for the OS to default to, therefore the apparent failed installation. The OS was waiting for input, I just couldn't see it because no DMI drivers were available.

    I' had gotten the same behaviour installing Win vista 7 64 bits in an Asus with ICH9R. Now I don't have much time to waste searching how can I extract my Gigabyte GTX 460 1GB GPU 64 bit driver, in order to preload it during win7 installs. I need my system working just now, so I'll upgraded to win XP pro 32 bits (yes, you have read "upgraded") for a couple of weeks or months untill I learn a safe way for a win 7 64 bits installation.

    Thank you very much for everybody.I really appreciate your help.

    If I get some news I'll post it here.
    Last edited by ack; 05-11-2011 at 09:22 PM.

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    I've just starting to install win xp and when it have started has become to erase my whole RAID 0 volume.

    "erasing orphan segment file 34354545"

    I supose BSODs and system unstability have corrupted all my data.

    I'm now ****ting bricks.

    If some disk survives the purge, no more RAID till Bulldozer.

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    Sorry to hear that, maybe it would be better not to connect the RAID until everything is stable.
    How come it erased the RAID?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    How come it erased the RAID?
    At win XP start up, blue screen that looks like chdisk start to erase random files in my raid0 partititions. After that I had to format them in order to assure no more data will be lost.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I'm kind of lost, it all began with memory problems didn't it?
    Maybe you make a new thread after all and we try to sort it out step by step.
    I have just tried switching from IDE to RAID mode with Windows 7(Home Premum 64-bit) installed and it worked smoothly.
    I suggest you leave the RAID for later, install Windows 7 and make sure memory is stable, later you can switch to RAID and setup a RAID.

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