If you got again one more BSOD and a reboot, don’t fret! Marked as answer by fatman45 Wednesday, October 19, 4: Let me put it this way Cookies make wikiHow better. Tuesday, October 4, 9:
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SSD RAID ARRAY Keeps Failing (SB chipset) | TechPowerUp Forums
It would allow me to browse to the individual files, but no matter which one I selected, the response was “cannot find hardware appropriate to the driver selected” or some such nonesense. Please post it, if so. Tuesday, October 4, 8: I was using them to ensure clean installation media As you can see, this issue was well over a year ago and I can tell you there was no way to install the RAID driver at that time.
Sb50 don’t ask me how or why this works, but do try it and see what ssb850 get.
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Is this article up to date? Joined Jul 9, Messages 10, 2. Sorry to hear that JD. You don’t have to worry about that, after all you did the registry back-up, right?
Thanks for the heads up AMD!!! Is it me or does this seem unnecessarily complicated to anyone else?
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Maybe I should just go back to running a hard drive. Long story less long, here’s what worked for me But this is a brand s8b50 install so Still the same error. I will admit that the Jmicron controller you are using was known to have issues as well.
Friday, October 5, So, maybe it IS a bit driver, and poor performance is a result. Enter your e-mail address to receive news, tips, updates and special offers about Hard Disk Sentinel software.
I was having the same problem, but I have a fix for you. To improve the situation, please try to download and install the better AMD chipset and At driver from the Driver Zone section or from the webpage of the manufacturer of your motherboard. I’d describe my problem more than just venting, but the problem is fully explained above, but yet remains un-commented upon by any MS Tech providing an official response on behalf of the sponser of this fiasco.
I opened an original Windows 7 Pro disc. New posts What’s new Latest activity New profile posts. This can be done in the “repair my computer” section in the install. You will need the RAID drivers downloaded from your motherboards website on a flash drive or floppy disk.
Anyway, to answer your question: Have you had any chance to revisit this issue or any new news?
At first I thought, “There’s no way this is gonna work”, but continued on – thinking I had nothing to lose. Boot into Linux by using your own installation or a bootable Linux CD.
Windows would find the drivers appropriate for the hardware found, I would select the RAID version, and after a few seconds, would report that the drivers were unsigned, and the installation rais not supported for bit drivers.
P I raod say that I still have this issue