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Thread: Promise 20376 S-ATA RAID




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    my MSI K7N2 Delta motherboard contains the Promise 20376 S-ATA RAID controller
    however i only have 1 hard drive so am unable to use RAID
    would it be possible for me to connect 1 SATA hard drive to the controller and not use the raid just the SATA
    also if it is possible how would i set it up

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    sure, it shouldn't be a problem at all. It proabably depends on your mobo, but if it is like traditional onboard RAID there should be a jumper to switch between RAID and ata.

    Just take a peek though your mobo manual to see if it has anything specific on the issue.
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    ive looked and cant find a jumper and the manual doesnt say anything about it

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    ive found the info i was looking for on the MSI website

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    glad you found the answer you were looking for :)

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    ive got the drive working on the SATA connector
    the comp seems to be runing faster although it may be because i dont have 2 drives running off 1 channel anymore

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