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Thread: A7N8X, disabeling RAID search when booting?




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    Does anyone know, is there some option in the motherboard or BIOS or Windows, where I can DISABLE the RAID searching when I boot my computer? :?: I know it isnīt a big thing :rolleyes:, but it will slow down the starting up (about 5 seconds) and itīs quite useless to me, bacause I donīt have any RAID HDDīs. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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    It'll be lerking some where in your bios.:cheers:
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    There is a jumper on the board which allows you to disable the SATA controller. That's what is doing the search. Look in your manual to find the exact location of the jumper.

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    Well that was really helping... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :D

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    ...meant the rugbudude :D

    Thanks thale...I think I tried to move that specific jumper sometime, but if I remember right, my computer didnīt find the HDD after that... :rolleyes: :rolleyes: Iīll have to try again sometime. :D

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    Are you using a SATA Hard drive or a converter? I have the same board and I'm just using the regular IDE drives. I also hated the extra wait and the jumper was the only fix I could find for it.

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    Iīm using a regular uDMA/133 IDE HDD. When I tried to move that jumper back then, maybe some other thing might not worked properly... :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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