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    Default UD7 P67 and raid 0

    have W7 on a spinner in port 2, c300's in ports 0 and 1, enable raid, reboot , hit ctrl + i and setup array, exit ( all drives were in achi before raid setup ) i am getting that quick bsod at windows screen, like it has achi and ide mixed up, there must be something i am missing in the bios, been on evga for years, the bios is tripping me up somewhere....
    what i want is to boot into W7 on the spinner so I can test diff stripe sizes before i install to the ssd's...thanks

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    Default Re: UD7 P67 and raid 0

    Do you have the main OS win 7 setup as AHCI or RAID? If not you need to go in and do the following registry edits, then reboot back to the OS and install the Intel RST program/drivers.

    Here is the registry edits you need to make.
    Enable switching between all IDE/AHCI/RAID modes by changing "Start" Values in these keys to 0 (Win 7 / Vista ONLY)
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    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Msahci\Start
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Pciide\Start  
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStorV\Start

    And here is the RST download, you want the third link
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sear...ntel%C2%AE+RST)

    If you want to use Intel 6Gb/s RAID, be sure you are using the two white ports, and then put your win 7 disk on the black one under those.

    Then in the BIOS you must enable RAID at the top section of Integrated Peripherals, which I assume you did because you were in the Intel RAID ROM.

    Sounds like your win 7 wasn't setup for AHCI/RAID possibly? That or you are using F7b BIOS maybe? If the latter is the case please go back to F7a or F6x

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    Default Re: UD7 P67 and raid 0

    i am on bios f6x, all three settings in the registry are already set to 0 in the start column, i have the irst drivers installed on my spinny drive, which is in achi mode

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    all good, couple of reboots and the spinner and ssd's are playing nice together, thanks bud

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    Default Re: UD7 P67 and raid 0

    couple quick bench's, two volumes on the same array, first is 128 stripe and second is 64 stripe...love the new mobo by the way...




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    Default Re: UD7 P67 and raid 0

    4 c300's... 2 on 6 gb ports and 2 on 3 gb ports






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    Default Re: UD7 P67 and raid 0

    Nice man!

    I just replied to your post at Crucial, is that mix of 3Gb/s and 6Gb/s RAID?

    If not, can you please test that next? Thanks!

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    Default Re: UD7 P67 and raid 0

    you are correct in the setup, what kind of grief and is it even possible to raid across the intel and marvelle 6 gb ports, i realize that i would most likely not be able to boot off it but curious as to what it might be able to do

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