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DominosJR
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    • DominosJR has written a new post "[HOT] Win10 Update makes nForce RAID arrays unaccessable" 07.17.2017

      In post #311 you say

      Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #311
      To make it as easy for you as possible to create your individually customized Win10 v1607 ISO file, I have prepared and uploaded everything you may need (except the ISO file itself) into my OneDrive folder named "Test files for nForce RAID users".

      Here is the link: >Test files for nForce RAID users<This is what you will find there:

      1. The MS in-box INF file named scsidev.inf v10.0.14393.0 mod+signed by me (usable with 32bit and 64bit Win10 v1607 Editions)
      2. Some especially modified NVIDIA nForce SATARAID drivers, all of them in 2 slightly different variants:
      ___a) "for mod scsidev" (for being used together with my mod+signed scsidev.inf file for customizing the Win10 v1607 ISO file, the INF files do not contain the word "Array")
      ___b) "for orig scsidev" (may be used once the OS is successfully installed to prevent later problems during a Windows Update, INF files additionally contain some HardwareIDs of the original MS in-box scsidev.inf file incl. the word "Array")
      These are the drivers I am offering:
      ___32/64 bit nForce SATARAID drivers v9.99.09 mod+signed by me
      ___32/64 bit nForce SATARAID drivers v10.6.0.23 mod+signed by me
      ___32/64 bit nForce SATARAID drivers v11.1.0.43 mod+signed by me


      but the OneDrive files only have a 32-bit version shown in the v11.1.0.43 folder of the SataRAID drivers. Is there a 64-bit version or is the one labeled "32-bit" good for either form of installation?

      Thanks

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