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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    I think one or more of your drives may be faulty or may need setup for first use with the manufacturer tools. Can you test them one by one in another system with the manufacturer tools?

    There is no such limit for X64 OS that applies to the amount mentioned in this thread.

    The maximum partition (and disk) size is a function of the operating system version. Windows XP and the original release of Windows Server 2003 have a limit of 2TB per physical disk, including all partitions. For Windows Server 2003 SP1 Windows XP x64 edition, and later versions, the maximum raw partition of 18 exabytes can be supported. (Windows file systems currently are limited to 256 terabytes each.)
    Windows and GPT FAQ: Version 1.1

    If all disks test out ok, can you please tell use EXACTLY where you have everything connected, port # and color per device.

    Then give us an image of your RAID BIOS Screen, and your settings you are using per the above mentioned settings. To make it easier, post images of BIOS pages as well if you like, I'd like to see integrated Peripherals, Advanced BIOS page, and inside Hard Disk Boot Priority in Advanced BIOS page as well.

    You are leaving things alone in Standard CMOS Correct? You do not need to make any changes in that page, at all
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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    can u tell me how to get BIOS pics?

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    Sorry, you will need to use a camera. Don't forget RAID BIOS pics as well

    Then upload to tinypic.com and post the direct URL link here, or in [img]URL Here[/img] tags

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    havent tested drives yet but wanted to post info u wanted before I went to bed...

    - 3x 1.5TBs connected to first three yel sata, 0,1,2
    - not using pur but have IDE cd connected to 40 pin

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    http://tinypic.com/a/1apef/3



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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    I need to see images of the RAID BIOS (Control + I)


    Most of that looks correct though

    Have you tried RAID, instead of RAID XHD? You may need to use an older or newer BIOS if that is not the latest as I know they were pulling and replacing BIOS due to XHD issues.

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    my bios is f11, was the latest from taiwan a few days ago...
    RAID/XHD is the only raid listed...
    heres the other pic...

    bios - Album - TinyPic - Free Image Hosting, Photo Sharing & Video Hosting

    thanks for all your time guys...hope u can figure it out for me...

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    First pic on the right it said bootable no, is there an option to change that?

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    I just looked through my raid bios my storage drive under raid 0 it says its bootable. That may be the reason your not able to to see them in the bios under boot order. I would suggest deleting the array but leave raid enabled in bios and see if it changes to bootable. then just try a raid0 setup with 2 drives then to raid 5 with all 3 drives and see if it changes. If bios F10f for the ep45-ud3p was out I could tell you it might be a bios problem.. It wouldnt hurt to drop down to bios verion F10 for you ud3r b/c in that version raid is called raid no the XHD raid.
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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    ive deleted and remade the array several times...it never says bootable...but I will try just 2 drives as u suggest and see if anything changes...
    I will also flash back to F10...

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3R v.1.1 need help with 64bit and RAID

    to chike...
    no option Im aware of...am I missing something?

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